The starting point of this circular hiking trail is the car park Feisternachtbach valley. The trail crosses over the L309 and the Hillscheider brook, and above the brook goes through moderately high mixed woodland, past steep cliffs and the Tannenhof’s fish ponds. The trail again crosses over the L309. In serpentines uphill and then further on at Hirzbach up the valley. Through old high forests the path is first gentle and later goes steeply uphill to round the Kuckucksberg. The path crosses the L309 and the Hillscheider stream and leads above the stream through medium-high mixed forest past steep rock cliffs and the fish ponds of the Tannenhof. The path crosses the L309 again. In serpentines it goes uphill and further up the valley on the Hirzbach. Through old forest, it is initially leisurely, later steeply uphill around the Kuckucksberg.
Soon it goes past the waterworks to the Bembermühle. The following ascent leads to Limeswall, a relic from the Roman period hidden in the forest, which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2005. Even before the first houses in Höhr-Grenzhausen, the path circles the flank of the Puschenkopf almost parallel to the height and continues to the Saustallkopf. The path now runs in wide serpentines down into the Feisternachtbach valley, crosses the stream and leads down the left bank to a small lake with a hut and further back to the starting point.