It is a tourist area around Strohplatz, but you don't notice it because all the tourists are in the villages around the Moselle. So you can walk here undisturbed without meeting anyone. There are beautiful walking routes that have been set out in this region, and some walks from Strohplatz itself. The walking routes never descend/ascending more than a few hundred meters and do contain very attractive green forest paths and waterfalls.
Hiking trails from the region are called Traumschleifen and are absolutely passable without map or smartphone - I'm sure because with virtually no route we've ever used a map or smartphone. The closest ones are listed at Points of interest interactive map (Dutch), the ones around Strohplatz itself are plotted here.
Evening round. Nice if you want to take a walk, but not too far. About 45 minutes?
Village village. Short walk without major climbs. About 45 minutes.
Mill route. Beautifully diverse landscape. About 2.5 hours?
View route. Nice long walk through beautiful nature and great view at the end. About 2.5 hours?
Weather station route. Long walk through many beautiful deciduous forests, with picnic area and back through the open field. About 4 hours?
And there are a few more great regional walks that run right past here:
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