Booser Doppelmaar - Vulkanparkstation
The "Booser Doppelmaar", located west of the municipality of Boos, are two large flat boilers in the countryside, one of which is a dry maar, the other now a pond. They owe their origins to the explosive confluence of rising hot magma and water. In outcrops, the layers deposited during the volcanic eruptions can still be observed today.
Along the "Krater-Tour", a 4.5 km long circular hiking trail, information boards provide information about volcanism and the local flora and fauna, among other things.
The Traumpfad "Booser Doppelmaartour" leads over a length of about 9 km and through the two Maarkessel. If you have less time or fitness, you can hike during the dreamlike landscape of the volcanic Eastern Eifel with the Traumpfädchen "Eifelturmpfad Boos" on about 4 km.
Our tip: Absolutely climb the 25 m high "Booser Eifelturm" on the "Schneeberg"!