Winterberg - Züschen

Züschen is one of the oldest villages in the Sauerland, a federal gold village and a state-approved climatic health resort. In the historic village center below the Catholic Parish Church of St. John Baptist - is also Borg's barn, an old half-timbered gable house, lovingly preserved and restored, a gem for folk art, painting and concerts.

A little further south the rivers Ahre and Sonneborn unite to form the Nuhne. In this corner of the river the "Nuhneursprung" was created, which illustrates the reference to the myths and legends that have shaped Züschen in its long history. A trip to the Homberg, home of the "Snow World Züschen", is not only worthwhile in winter. From there it is not far to the "Ziegenhellen", with 816 meters above sea level one of the highest mountains in the Rothaargebirge and equipped with a beautiful lookout tower. The old railroad line is now a very popular bike path. Below is the "Bullenwiese" with barbecue and playground. Below the Homberg lies compactly the camping site as well as the tennis courts with the artificial turf sports field.