My city Jena
It is actually a spring which is the starting point of the stream called "Pennickenbach" and continues through Wöllnitz.
The fresh water can be drunk. It is a famous spot to take a rest because many ways are crossing here. So you are never alone in the middle of the forest.
It is called Fürstenbrunnen (means: fountain of the prince) because the prince Kurfürst Johann Friedrich was meeting his students here after beeing freed from prison.
Here are some suggested routes which passes through this point. You want to add your own route, contact us. It is very easy and we will register it with your own name.
visiting Lobdeburg, Sommerlinde, Fürstenbrünnen, and Fuchsturm
Hiking length: 9.95 km
visiting Teufelslöcher, Kupferplatte, Diebeskrippe, and Fürstenbrunnen
Hiking length: 10.53 km
visiting Lobdeburg, Johannisberg, Fürstenbrunnen, Diebeskrippe, and Kupferplatte
Hiking length: 14.71 km