Whether by the power of the wind or your own hand, the mystical sounds of the detailed instruments, make young and old pause for a moment to listen to the wonderful sounds and become more aware of the surroundings.
When the wind blows from the west, the song of the wind fiddle resounds, recalling the destructive force of the storm Kyrill in 2007.
The standing harp or the tree harp also invite visitors to try and elicit soothing sounds.
The circular trail can be walked from the Torhaus parking lot. It is signposted with a black K on a yellow background. The boards at individual stations also explain the instruments in Braille.
In 2007, the Ministry for the Environment and Nature Conservation, Agriculture and Consumer Protection organized an ideas competition among the nature parks in North Rhine-Westphalia, the result of which was the Sound Forest. The project "Klangwald" was part of the contribution "Mythos Wald" with which the Arnsberg Forest Nature Park successfully competed and finally won 1st place.
How to get there:
The sound forest is located, among other places, on the Rennweg. Start at the Torhaus Möhnesee, where there are also plenty of parking spaces.
Parking lot Torhaus:
Arnsberg street 4