This high plateau is a scenic speciality in the middle of the Schmallenberger Sauerland. Here the hills are gently rolling and many small half-timbered villages dominate the picture - sometimes visible from afar.
Families in particular appreciate holidays here, as there is plenty of space to play and romp around and the opportunity to learn where the milk comes from. Fans of church painting will also get their money's worth as there are three late Romanesque churches with remarkable apse paintings to be discovered. Along the way there are also numerous signs of the deeply rooted faith of the people in the form of small chapels or wayside crosses.
Along the farmer's land route, the members of the Verkehrsverein Bauernland take care of the needs of the guests on site with a lot of commitment and new ideas. They provide well signposted hiking routes, well-kept benches and rest areas and take care of the appearance of the villages.
These places are: Arpe, Berghausen, Bracht, Ebbinghof, Felbecke, Harbecke, Hebbecke, Heiminghausen, Kückelheim, Mailar, Menkhausen, Niederberndorf, Oberberndorf, Obringhausen, Rotbusch, Werpe, Wormbach.