On The Dam Trail Through The Bergisches Land And Sauerland
February 12, 2021
With GPS by Hagen of ten reservoirs up to Biedenkopf in the Hessian Lahn-Dill – Bergland Beselich, August 19, 2011. Even though the summer 2011 so far disappointing shows: off next week temperatures of over 30 degrees are logged again. This is the ideal weather to spend a day on the Lake. Ten Lakes has the dam way in the offer, which runs on 165 km length of Hagen through the Bergisches Land in the Ebbegebirge and then continue through the Siegerland to Biedenkopf. Saturday (August 20) until the end of the month the GPS Hiking Atlas published by the tour in nine stages on the page. In Germany, there are about 300 dams. A quarter of them are in North Rhine-Westphalia and again the most reservoirs in the Bergisches Land and the sauerland region can be found. Since it is not surprising, when one of the main paths of the SGV is dedicated to this topic and controls ten dams in an exciting West-East route.
Starting point of the path of the dam is the City Garden of Hagen. From here it goes into the forest to the Kokchoo dam (19 ha) and of the Ennepetalsperre (109ha). There follow Neyetalsperre (68 ha), Schevelinger dam (8 ha), Kerspetalsperre (150 ha) and Lingesetalsperre (39 ha), before then the Bansal dam (5ha), a popular recreation area in the transition from Bergisches Land in the Sauerland. Then, the X is 3 on the popular Tower on the Roma (506m) and the Aggertalsperre (120ha). Through the foothills of the ebbegebirge is the Biggesee (876 hectares), the second largest lake in North Rhine-Westphalia.
You can see its dimensions with a boat trip. Or one is called road train to the nationally known Atta cave with the Biggolino. Behind the Biggesee, reached the dam way the Siegerland, and takes home of the most popular Pilsner brand in Germany in the Littfelder reason with the famous Kindel mountain tower by Krombach.