The Landstuhl and Thaleischweiler-Froeschen union communities will sponsor an adventure day called “Car-Free Wallhalb Valley” from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
The county roads between Nardini-Klinikum, the German hospital, in Landstuhl and Thaleischweiler-Froeschen will be closed to motorized traffic. Bikers, hikers and skaters will be able to enjoy the trail going through the Palatinate mill valley without having to watch out for cars and motorcycles.
The official event opening will be at 10 a.m. at the entrance of Thaleischweiler-Froeschen. The 25-kilometer route will then lead along historical mills to Wallhalben, Mittelbrunn and on to Landstuhl.
A total of seven eating and drinking stations and one bike service station will be set up. Hungry visitors can taste wurst salad, schnitzel in a roll or ice cream at Kneispermuehle, salmon and trout in Wallhalben, pasta and salad at Landgrafen-Muehle, barbecue specialites at Knoppermuehle, gyros in Mittlebrunn and regional specialties at Nardini-Klinikum St. Johannis in Landstuhl.
First aid stations will be set up in Thaleischweiler-Froeschen and Mittelbrunn.
In Mittelbrunn, the local dog club will offer musical entertainment by the Pfaelzer Rhuthmusfetzer at noon and a dance performance by local youth at 1 p.m.
For details, visit www.landstuhl.de/kultur-freizeit/veranstaltungen.html or www.pfaelzer-muehlenland.de.