Siebengebirge hiking: Bad Honnef – Rommersdorf, a charming winegrower village, is a good trailhead to discover the Siebengebirge. Hiking trails through the valleys Annatal and Tretschbachtal take you through the southern, humid corner of the Siebengebirge.
After leaving the beautiful neighborhood of Bad Honnef-Rommersdorf, you enter the perhaps the most picturesque corner of the Siebengebirge, the humid valleys Annatal and Tretschbachtal.
Do you like wild romantic sceneries? Then the Tretschbachtal, one of the most beautiful valleys in the Siebengebirge Nature Park, is definitely the right trail for you.
Mount Löwenburg (455 m), one of the name-giving seven mountains in the Siebengebirge, is located in the city of Bad Honnef. You have to climb a bit at the end of your way up to the top, but it’s worth all your efforts.
The Einsiedlertal Valley takes you from Bad Honnef up into the Siebengebirge, direction Löwenburg. In English, it would be “Hermits’ Valley”, and if you like wild romantic sceneries, you will enjoy this trail.