Starting from the Deutschneudorf church (1), consecrated in 1736, we hike uphill. Past the old fire station (2), turn your gaze once again at the 3rd station, the old baptismal bell, and enjoy the view of the Erzgebirge ridge.
Continue past the football pitch and turn right shortly before leaving the village onto Kupferweg towards Brüderwiese.
At the end of this small settlement, at a small resting place, we find the 4th station. Here again the beautiful view across the Schweinitz valley into the Bohemian region. After a few kilometres we reach Deutscheinsiedel.
During a short walk through the village, it takes us past the border crossing to the Czech Republic on the right and to the church of Deutscheinsiedel(5). This church was consecrated in 1905 and, like its sister in Deutschneudorf, is open for daily visits in the summer months.
We follow the signs and after a few metres we turn left into a settlement and soon reach the road to Seiffen. At the end of the village we turn left and walk along forest paths and the Russia-Germany earthen road to the Seiffen Open-Air Museum (6).
Be careful, there is a small loop and you have to walk back a bit before you turn right into the Ahornberg path. Here we cross the Oberheidelberger Straße and at the end of the settlement we walk on old mountain paths parallel to the signposted Kammweg Erzgebirge down to the world-famous mountain church of Seiffen (7/8).
We see the toy village of Seiffen, the small houses of the miners and toy makers. Above the village, the 741m high Reicheltberg mountain greets us. Only a few metres above the church we find the next station, the "Geyerin" (9), a natural stage created by collapsed mine workings.
We hike further and further uphill and arrive with many beautiful views of Ahornberg (823m), Reicheltberg, the small mountain town of Sayda or the church of Maly Haj (Kleinhan).
This takes us to the cemetery of the scattered settlement of Oberseiffenbach with the old school bell (10). After Oberseiffenbach, we turn into the Zänkerweg and reach the large open space Klötzerhübel, turn left and come to the gem "Kapelle am Weg" (11) and descend to the village of Oberlochmühle (12).
Above the village, we turn right onto the Kupferleiten path and reach the old mountain town of Hora Svaté Kateriny (Saint Catherine's Mountain) opposite. At a resting place we find our 13th stop here, the old eternity bell.
Now we descend to the Adventure Mine Amber Room (14) and the shaft cavern (15). Through the Morgengründel, past several small ponds and biotopes, we come to the Anton Guenther Stone with the hour bell (16) and after a short time we return to the starting point of this description.