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Geo Path Hoherodskopf Geological history adventure - on the Geo path from Hoherodskopf to Hochwaldhausen. Numerous large information boards and rock exhibits offer an exciting insight into various geological eras. Read more Map overview Geo path Download Info boards  
Geotope Uhuklippen with a devil's table - Location, reachability & accessibility  
Location, reachability & accessibility The geotopes are located south of the road in the Schelgeswiesen forest. Parking is available at the "Pflanzgartenhaus" in Hochwaldhausen. The geotopes are freely accessible and are located on the route of the Volcano-ring as well as Geo-path between Hoherodskopf and Ilbeshausen-Hochwaldhausen. …  
VolcanoExperience - Regularly Bookable Group Tours  
Regularly Bookable Group Tours  
Home - Rustic, legendary and unique - the Vogelsberg Volcanic Region  
Rustic, legendary and unique - the Vogelsberg Volcanic Region Fire and water - these elements created and shaped the legendary Vogelsberg: experience the eventful history of the Vogelsberg Volcanic Region, which is with about 2,500 km² the largest contiguous volcanic area in Central Europe. Join us on a journey into the fiery past - in the…  
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!!!POSTPONED!!! Unfortunately the GeoTop 2020 (04. - 07. June) in the Vogelsberg had to be called off and is rescheduled for 2021! Here you will find additional important information. !!!POSTPONED!!!  
Geology of the Volcanic Region Vogelsberg - The inner structure of the Vogelsberg  
The inner structure of the Vogelsberg The Vogelsberg – not only basalt! The inner structure of the Vogelsberg consists essentially of a succession of rock units, which above all influence the groundwater and leachate of the region. Basalt and tuff Basalt and tuff (solidified volcanic ash) build up the Vogelsberg in alternating layers. In…  
Geology of the Volcanic Region Vogelsberg - Geology of the Volcanic Region Vogelsberg  
Geology of the Volcanic Region Vogelsberg The Vogelsberg - in the heart of Hesse - is the largest volcanic complex in Central Europe with an area of about 2500 km² and a diameter of about 65 km. Isolated basalt occurrences in the vicinity of the Vogelsberg indicate a significantly larger extension of the basalt cover, which even reaches as far as…  
Ulrichstein - Geotope selection  
Geotope selection Dicke Steine, Eckmannshain Dr. Jakob-Bruchhaeuser-Hoehe Gilgbachtal – Gruendchen Hut willow with reading stone walls, Wohnfeld Natural monument Mullstaa, Am Stein, Koelzenhain Natural monument Schleuningsteine, Koelzenhain Castle hill Ulrichstein Natural monument "Wildhollloch" im Lohwald, Unter-Seibertenrod…  
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