Unterwegs auf dem Rhöner Schöpfungspfad
Photo: Wolfgang Fallier, CC0, Rhön GmbH
God said, "let there be light". But Peter couldn't find the switch. Nonsense, that was completely different! The story of creation is told and brought to life for children along this path.
Distance 2.2 km
Highest point666 m
Lowest point610 m
The small circuit runs through Föhlritz along the forest and meadows and halfway there is an idyllic refuge - ideal for a leisurely snack break. The seven interactive stations show the entire story of creation explained for children. The well-known saying "Let there be light" is illustrated, for example, by a visual axis in spectral colors. At the fountain the children can play with the water and not only understand the creation of the plants and trees through the labeling of the trees, but also learn the tree species for school at the same time. The sun, moon and stars can be found in a small hiking hut and the feeling of being between heaven and earth can be experienced while rocking. Animal carvings embody the diversity of animals of all kinds. At the last stop, the mind finally gets some peace, because here the whole family can relax on sky beds. But not only the loungers are fantastic! The views of the upper Feldatal, the Thuringian Forrest and the Hessian Rhön are unbelievable to breathtaking.
The detour along the Öchse to the ruins of Sankt Annen should definitely be planned for hiking. For children, playing at the Kläschenbrunnen is a real highlight.
The tourist routes of the Rhön are mostly used by other active people (hikers, mountain bikers, cyclists, walkers, riders, cross-country skiers, etc.).
We ask all active nature sports enthusiasts to show consideration for one another. The same applies of course to nature - it is worth protecting. In the Rhön, therefore, nature sports should only be practiced in daylight on designated paths and areas.
"Let there be light" - line of sight spectral colors
water - fountain
Creation of plants and trees - labeling of trees
Sun, moon and stars - in the little hiker's hut
Between heaven and earth - air or nest swing
Variety - animals of all kinds
Time of rest - resting on sky beds
Small round about Föhlritz, along meadows and forest
The refuge is halfway
many views in the upper Feldatal, to the Thuringian Forest and into the Hessian Rhön
all notes on protected areas
The hiking bus lines 120 or 130 of the VU Wartburgmobil run from Bad Salzungen to Dermbach all year round and daily. From there you can take bus number 132 from the Dermbach bus station to Föhlritz from Monday to Friday.
For those arriving by car, the parking lot in Föhlritz and the parking lot below the Dermbacher Hütte are available.