The Lemberg is a hill on the River Nahe between the villages of Niederhausen (Nahe), Oberhausen an der Nahe and Feilbingert. At 422 metres, it is the highest hill on the Nahe.
Linguistic researchers believe the derivation of the name Lemberg is Lindberg ("lime hill") and local poets call it the "King of the Nahegau" (König des Nahegaus). The magmatic rock, porphyry, which is found here points to its volcanic origin.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Waldgasthaus "Lemberghütte" located 205m/673ft NNW of the summit.
By elevation Lemberg is
# 1 out of 1 in NSG Lemberg # 29 out of 136 in Landkreis Bad Kreuznach # 32 out of 92 in Naturpark Soonwald-Nahe
By prominence Lemberg is
# 1 out of 1 in NSG Lemberg # 59 out of 3148 in Rhineland-Palatinate # 3 out of 136 in Landkreis Bad Kreuznach # 3 out of 92 in Naturpark Soonwald-Nahe
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