With its bizarre landscape, steep rock faces, narrow gorges and cracks, Devil's Gorge is a popular attraction.
Narrow gorges and crevasses, overgrown with moss and lichen, huge rock towers, mighty boulders with strange formations - a wild and primitive landscape characterizes the Ferschweiler Plateau and its surroundings.
Towards the end of the last Ice Age, around 12,000 years ago, alternating periods of freezing and thawing resulted in massive rockfalls on the edge of the plateau. At that time, a large block of sandstone broke away from the wall of the plateau, opening a crevasse 28 meters deep, which fascinates all who have walked it: the Devil's Gorge.
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