The Rahmer Wald is an extensive forest area between the Dortmund districts of Rahm, Westerfilde and Huckarde.

© Stadt Dortmund, Daniel Sadrowski
© Stadt Dortmund, Daniel Sadrowski
Luftbild Rahmer Wald
© Benito Barajas

The 38-hectare nature reserve Mastbruch, a mining-related landslide, is located in the forest. Westhusen Castle is right in the center of the Rahmer Forest.

Today, the Rahmer Forest serves primarily as a local recreation and leisure area. The Wischlingen District Park borders the Rahmer Forest to the south.

If you are now interested in going for a walk, you can find beautiful hiking routes around the Rahmer Forest under the following link:

Die 15 schönsten Wanderungen rund um den Rahmer Wald | Komoot