Siebengebirge The Siebengebirge (lit. "seven mountains" in German) is a German range of hills to the East of the Rhine southeast of Bonn, consisting of more than 40 mountains and hills. It is located in the municipalities of Bad Honnef  and Königswinter. It is of volcanic origin and came into being between 28 and 15 million years ago. It is a ideal place to visit quarries of basalt and trahite. There are mainly lava domes and magmatic intrusions to be fond. Much of the territory covered by the Siebengebirge belongs to the Naturpark Siebengebirge. The highest peak is the Ölberg at 460 metres. It is a popular tourist destination for hiking, because of its natural beauty. Large parts of the range are part of the Siebengebirge nature reserve and are subject to environmental protection regulations. Panorama- view from Ölberg double click on panorama HOME Location: 59°40' N, 7°14' E Elevation: 460 m