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Aggertalhöhle (Agger valley cave)

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  • Engelskirchen

Die kleinere von zwei Höhlen in Ründeroth, aber die die man überhaupt besichtigen kann.

The Aggertalhöhle at a total length of 1,071 m is the longest cave in the Rhineland. The total height difference in the cave is 31 m. This is found along a run of reef limestone at Hobräcker Schichten, which in geological terms is to be categorised as being from the Middle Devonian period.


The course of the tour is 270 m long with a height difference of approx. 10 m and is easy to walk. The entrance hall and main entrance are also wheelchair accessible. The temperatures remain constant at 6 - 8 degrees all year round.


The tour usually takes 45 - 50 minutes. The first tour begins at 10:00 am. They then continue at 75 minute intervals. There is also the option of buying a keepsake or souvenir.

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Contact

Aggertalhöhle (Agger valley cave)
Im Krümmel 39
51766 Engelskirchen - Ründeroth
Deutschland

Phone: +49 2263 / 70702
E-mail:
Website: www.aggertalhoehle.de

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