To the headwaters of the Lister
The Lister is a tributary of the Listertalsperre, about 19 km long. It rises in the high moor "Grundlose", one of the numerous moors in the Ebbegebirge. The Ebbemoors are home to very rare plants such as bog line, sundew or cranberry. These moors are so unique that the area has been designated as a nature reserve with European-wide significance. The area of the entire protected area covers almost 1,000 ha. The bog "Grundlose" is located after about 15 min walk on the left side of the hiking trail A 3 and is easily recognizable by the growth of bog birch trees.
The numerous marked hiking trails allow both short walks and longer day hikes up to the Nordhelle, with 663 m above sea level the highest elevation of the Ebbegebirge.
Coordinates for the navigation system (WGS 84):
GPS: N 51° 6' 41.2056 E 7° 40' 51.6684
UTM: 32U 407671.26 5663045.43
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(Source: Sauerland Rothaargebirge Nature Park e.V.)