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By foot

Close to the Eifel-Camp the international Ardennes-Eifel circular trail, the north-south running Josef-Schramm trail (Kreuzau-Trier), the east-west running Rhine-Rureifel trail (Brohl-Lützig – Monschau) and the Ahr valley trail (Blankenheim / spring of the river Ahr – Sinzig / mouth of the river Ahr) cross.

Most hikers arrive at the Eifel-Camp from the direction of the Ahr valley. Inbetween the “Reetzer Mühle” and the village of Ahrhütte the major road is crossed by the former railway-line. A walking trail follows up the hill south of this crossing. If you follow this trail you will arrive at another junction after a few hundred metres; the “Hubertushof” is located on the left side. Turn left and then right just before reaching the “Hubertushof”. The Eifel-Camp will come into view after a short while. Follow the Weilerbach until you reach the bank of Lake Freilingen. The Eifel-Camp’s entrance is located only a few metres to the left. The distance between the Ahr valley and the Eifel-Camp is c. 2 km.