© Stadt Kirchberg

7 hills - 7 benches circular route

At a glance

  • Start: Historical fountain at the Neumarkt, 08107 Kirchberg, Neumarkt 10
  • Destination: Anton-Günther-Berghaus, Borbergweg 10, 08107 Kirchberg
  • Medium
  • 11,99 km
  • 3 hours 25 minutes
  • 332 m
  • 460 m
  • 330 m

A charming circular trail over the seven hills in and around Kirchberg with benches to rest on and beautiful views. At the end, the Anton-Günther-Berghaus on the Borberg invites you to take a break. You return to the starting point via part of the Jakobsweg (Way of St. James).

Starting at the historic fountain at Neumarkt, which is adorned by a sculpture by Kleinhans, the hiking trail leads over the 7 hills Geiersberg, Kreuzhübel, Krähenberg, Kratzberg, Ottensberg/Quirlsberg and Schießhausberg to Borberg. Benches have been set up on each of the hills to invite you to linger. Beautiful views reward the hiker. At the end, the Anton Günther House invites you to take a break. And those who climb the steps of the König-Albert-Turm can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view.


Marking: Signposts with the name of the hills and the logo representing the 7 hills in a flower, from Neumarkt to Borberg.

Trail marker: yellow stripe on a white background.

If you want to return to the starting point, use part of the Way of St. James, signposted with the shell.

Tour dashboard


  • Unknown (4%)
  • Street (4%)
  • Tarmac (27%)
  • Gravel (8%)
  • Hiking trail (52%)
  • Path (6%)


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