For Sauerlanders it is the metropolis, for the neighboring Ruhrgebiet the relaxing forest town on the doorstep. Between the Ruhrtal and Lenne valleys, between river meadows and low mountain ranges, there is plenty of countryside. As the largest city in the Sauerland, Iserlohn combines urban life and nature in an ideal way.
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No wonder that the "Waldstadt" is also the starting point of the Sauerland Waldroute and the Drahthandelsweg leads hikers from here via Altena to Lüdenscheid. The new Ruhr-Lenne-Achter opens up the town for cyclists - with a rail connection. A relaxed round around the Seilersee awaits you - in the evening even with the lights on - or in the same place an adrenaline kick at the favorites of the ice hockey league. As a likeable underdog as charming as the entire city. The historic Maste-Barendorf factory is the "Needle of the World" for friends of industrial culture. In the Dechenhöhle with the German Cave Museum, brand-new LEDs put the spectacular stalactite backdrop in the right light. Today vegetables directly from the farm, tomorrow shopping in the city. Simply beautiful. Lovingly maintained half-timbered houses and Wilhelminian style facades everywhere. Universities included. With the applause of the Park Theater behind you, the sound of the city forest in your ears and the smell of coffee in your nose - welcome to Iserlohn!