Do you want to explore the secret world underground? Then the Kluterthöhle in Ennepetal is the right place for you. The cave stretches over a distance of approx. five kilometres and has a total of 360 paths. It emerged more than 300 million years ago. On a tour through the cave, you walk through a layer of reef limestone with a thickness of 12.5 metres. The Kluterthöhle in Ennepetal lies above the water table so you can walk through it and keep your feet dry. Occasionally there are even a few stalactites – however, many have been completely destroyed by human hands.
The Kluterthöhle as a curative treatment
For people with allergies, a visit to the Kluterthöhle is to be especially recommended, the cave is used as a curative treatment for various allergies and respiratory diseases.
Dive into the secret world of the Kluterthöhle
The tours through the cave in Ennepetal are organised according to topic and are aimed at different target groups. There are various offers, including for class trips or groups with children. These include the treasure hunt which is suitable for children from four years old and the experience tour for children from eight years old. Those planning a company outing who opt for the popular XX-treme tour will learn about the secret nature and get to know yourself in a new way.