On January 18, 2007, storm Kyrill destroyed large areas of forest in Südwestfalen. In Schanze, the forest on a state-owned site has been preserved as Kyrill left it. On a path more than 1000 m long, visitors can experience the chaos left behind by Kyrill directly and up close. For wheelchair users and families with small children, a part of the path, of 250 meters, has been made barrier-free. The Kyrill-Pfad is located on the left side at the end of the village Schanze in the Schmallenberg Sauerland. It begins at the Ranger Station-Schanze. Parking is available at the hikers' parking lot at the beginning of the village of Schanze. From the Bad Berleburg-Kühude hikers' parking lot, you can reach the Kyrill-Pfad via the WaldSkulpturenWeg in about 1 hour. The Kyrill-Pfad begins on the right side shortly after the sculpture "Krummstab". The Rothaarsteig rangers offer guided hikes on the Kyrill-Pfad by appointment.(Source: Wittgensteiner Wanderland)The Kyrill-Pfad is one of the 43 Sauerland-Seelenorte in the Sauerland-Wanderdörfer
. The history of the soul place of Michael Gleich and other useful information can be found at www.sauerland-seelenorte.de.Weitere
Info about your hike along the Kyill-Pfad can be found at the following link https://bit.ly/38UM8yE.