The Lillach is one of the very rare lime stone creeks (Kalktuffbäche) in Germany.
From Weißenohe village starting, you reach the Lillach source over the romantic Teufelsgraben
(Yellow line trail) after two kilometers. In 1976, the sintering stages were in the Lillach due
their beauty and uniqueness to a laminar natural monument applicable.
Since 1995, in a protected area of the "Franconian Switzerland nature park".
The sintering stages are Over 10,000 Years old and originated in the last ice age.
The Lillach near Weißenohe
The white-throated dipper (Cinclus cinclus), also known as the European dipper or just dipper,
is an aquatic passerine bird found in Europe, Middle East, Central Asia and the Indian Subcontinent.
The species is divided into several subspecies, based primarily on colour differences,
particularly of the pectoral band. The white-throated dipper is Norway's national bird.