Pfälzerwald - Krumholzerstuhl

Weisenheim am Berg

Krummholzerstuhl - Pfälzerwald

Krummholzerstuhl - Pfälzerwald
67273 Weisenheim am Berg


More than 1800 years ago, the rock served the Romans as a quarry. Stone coffins are said to have been made from its rock, as were parts of the city wall of the former imperial city of Worms on the Rhine. In any case, the Krumholzer Stuhl also served as an important boundary marker for the Ganerben, as evidenced by numerous boundary signs in the stone. You can reach the Krumholzerstuhl via the hiking trails Ganerbenweg and Historischer Rundwanderweg Leistadt. Hiking maps are available at our two tour information centres in Freinsheim and Kallstadt.

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