At the intersection of the Hochsauerländer Rothaargebirge, Lennebergland and Ebbegebirge lies the community of Kirchhundem. For hikers the area is a firm term, as the Rothaarsteig of Schmallenberg coming on the way into the Siegerland leads by the district of Kirchhundem. But of course there are many more hiking trails around Kirchhundem. And one of them is the big Kirchundemer Rundwanderweg, also called K-Weg or Hundempaad.
Marked with a white K in a circle, the Kirchhundemer Rundwanderweg leads in four daily stages around the municipal area of Kirchhundem. You can start for example in Altenhundem. From here you can walk over the Hohe Bracht (588m) with the popular lookout tower up to the Rahrbacher Höhe.
Via Welschen Ennest the Hundempaad leads to the Rothaarvorhöhen near Heinsberg and heads for the Rhein-Weser-Turm. From here it goes then past Oberhundem back to Altenhundem.