We are now entering the "Blaue Ländchen" (Blue Country), the community of Nastätten, in the western Taunus, also known as the land of springs, streams and mills. The "Blaues Ländchen" is bordered by the Rhine Valley with the Loreley Rock (UNESCO World Heritage Site "Upper Middle Rhine Valley"), the idyllic Lahn Valley with its thermal baths, the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Limes" with its very well-preserved walls and forts, and the wild Wispertal. Embedded in this charming landscape is the community of Nastätten with its 31 individual communities and the town of Nastätten. Here is also the regional museum "Life and Work", which shows the living and working world of the ancestors in lovingly equipped booths on more than 1500 square meters of exhibition space.
The municipality of Berg is 290 meters above sea level and was first mentioned in 1260. The Limes runs right past Berg. Its course is based on a prehistoric mountain trail. At the end of the village in the direction of Hunzel, a rest area with a beautiful view, a viewing window and an information board was created. A land consolidation project was started in Berg, which included the visualization of the Limes. Here, the Limes hiking trail was moved closer to the Mühlbach. The course of the Limes in the direction of Hunzel was made visible by large trees. A Roman-Germanic fruit trail with trees of old fruit varieties was created directly on the hiking trail east of the village. Hikers will find accommodation in Berg.