Luxembourg Schelmelee & Rammelee Rock formations

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Gert Lucas

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The “Schelmelee” rock formation impresses here, one of the typical overhanging rocks, which served as housing or shelter by people from the Stone Age to the recent past. Fifteen minutes later the spectacular rock group on Consdorf's Territory has been reached; the "Rammelee". This whole, wildly romantic rock mass is distinguished by the most bizarre boulders and cliffs, amidst an impressive flora, especially the evergreen holly (ilex aquifolium). After the breathtaking passage of the "Rammelee" ascending to the viewpoint, a flat path leads back out of the forest. On an asphalted road, once through the forest, then again through the open plain, we have a wonderful panoramic view of the village and Consdorf is almost reached again. On a last stretch of forest path, we pass the brook "Bierbaach" and after a rather difficult ascent to the "Burgkapp" the starting point is once again in sight.

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