In a cauldron where four romantic valleys meet

"The village, bambergian, catholic, has 94 inhabitants, a grinding and cutting mill, a brick distillery but no inn. Behringersmuhle is located in a very interesting area in a basin where the four valleys of the thalers flowed together, namely, the gobweinsteiner, the engelhardsberger, the kirchahorner and the tuchersfelder valley. The view to gobweinstein is beautiful, but it is even more surprising and beautiful when you walk up a stretch of the fubweg towards schweigelberg and look down into the valley – then you see the confluence of the rivers, and on the opposite high, the romantically situated gobweinstein. Formerly behringersmuhle belonged to the lords of hirschaid. When the iron mines were still in operation, there was an iron hammer there", josef heller wrote in his famous travel guide "muggendorf and its surroundings or french switzerland" from 1829 about the village. Today, behringersmuhle is the terminus of the museum railroad, the center of numerous hiking trails and the valley station for guests who want to travel up to gobweinstein. The decorative map shows a lithograph of behringersmuhle from the year 1900.