The area of the Wanterbaach and Siweschlëff is certainly one of the most impressive parts of the landscape in the Luxembourg sandstone. The steep rock faces and the narrow gorges (LU: Schlëff) are characterised by a special microclimate – one of the foundations for the extraordinary biodiversity there – especially among the ferns and mosses for which the region is known far beyond its borders. Geology and landscape forms, near-natural forests and biodiversity as well as the history of settlement are just some of the topics that are taken up on a circular trail.

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