Follow the A1 freeway to the end (Blankenheim junction), stay left on the freeway at the end and follow the lane to the junction. Turn left onto the L115 and follow it in the direction of Lommersdorf for about 5 kilometers. Turn left onto the K9 (later L74) in the direction of Ohlenhard / Wershofen and follow this for approx. 6 KM. Directly at the entrance of Wershofen, before the big lime tree, turn left into Nordstraße, which you follow for about one kilometer. Then you will see the flags of the Waldakademie flying on the right side of the road.
Directions to the Waldakademie
Directions from the north
Directions from the south and east
Follow the A61 freeway to the Wehr junction (33) and then follow the B 412 for about 23 km in the direction of the Nürburgring. Turn right onto Bundesstraße 258 in the direction of Nürburgring / Blankenheim and follow this road for approx. 17 km until you reach the village of Müsch. There you turn right onto the L73 in the direction of Schuld and follow the L73 for approx. 8 km until the junction L73 / L74 (approx. 1 KM after the village of Fuchshofen). Here you turn left onto the L74 and follow it for about 4.5 km until you reach the village of Wershofen. You drive into the village and in the first left turn straight ahead into the Nordstraße, which you follow for 300 meters. Then you will see the flags of the Waldakademie flying on the left side of the road.
Arrival with the electric car
Since March 2023 we have installed four charging points for electric cars. So if you want to arrive with the electric car, you can charge with us with up to 22 kW.
Arrival by bike
If you like it sporty, you can of course cycle to Wershofen. Bicycle racks are available.
By bike e.g. from Bad Münstereifel, Euskirchen or Ahrbrück
The bicycle routes in the surrounding area, especially along the Ahr cycle path (as far as Schuld), are definitely worthwhile. Depending on the start, it is of course also a good idea to travel by train to surrounding stations before you get in the saddle. Please inform yourself in advance about the current passability due to the flood damage.
By bike from Cologne
Yes, even this - admittedly demanding - route is well worth it. For example, our supporters from SAUBER ENERGIE recently made their way to us by bike in a "Tour d'Eifel" - read about it here!
The route can take between 4-6 hours of riding time, depending on your pace and breaks. Plan enough time for rest stops and exploration to fully appreciate the beauty of the surroundings.