The Pulsbachklamm is a small but very beautiful and idyllic entrance of the Rheinsteig
trail between St. Goarshausen and
Here the Pulsbach (a brook) runs into the Rhine just after the Ehrenthaler Werth at Rhine-km 561.
This gorge with moss and many sorts of ferns (e.g. deer tongue) leads to the Rheinsteig trail or further to Prath along narrow paths and climbs. On the Rheinsteig trail you can go downriver to Kestert or upriver to St.Goarshausen-Wellmich with Castle Maus, housing an Eagles and Falcons Park. On the way to Castle Maus you can have a rest at the hide Augustusstollen that also has a small grill site. For the walk through the Pulsbachklamm you need hiking boots.
There is a large parking for cars and busses to the left of the road B 42 to Koblenz on the right Rhine bank.
You get to the entrance of the Pulsbachklamm by following the Rhine bank towards
Translator: Thanks to Freddy Storm - a speedy Flem
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