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Aspelbachtal, Niederfell

The combined hiking and bike path leads through the quaint “Aspelbachtal”; a valley which is known for its attractive and well kept hiking paths. The valley is called “The Switzerland of Niederfell” for its beauty. It will lead you up the mountain to the “Hunsrück” area. Enjoy the peace and quiet of the valley or have a fun day out with your family. ´
length: 9 km
altitude difference: ca. 75m – 423m above sea level
level of difficulty: medium

Baybachtal, Burgen

This appealing hiking path starts in Reifenthal. From its starting point the way leads past an abandoned mill along a small stream down into the valley. For some segments of the path steel cables will help you to climb across the rocks. If you wish you may walk the path starting in Burgen. The path will then lead uphill.
Length: 24 km
Altitude difference: ca. 380m – 70m above sea level
Level of difficulty: medium – difficult, you must have shoes suitable for hiking

 

Schrumpftal, Hatzenport

Ideal for anybody who wants to enjoy the landscape during a peaceful ramble. This is a great tour through the romantic “Schrumpftal” valley. The “Schrumpftal” connects the Lower Mosel to the “Maifeld” area. The path follows the stream past a couple of passionately restored mills.
Length: 7 km
Altitude difference: ca. 80m – 270m above sea level
Level of difficulty: gradually ascending, ideal for families

 

Weinlehrpfad, Winningen

This route through the vineyards of Winningen offers information on wine and winegrowing on 30 boards. It starts in Winningen in the street called “Am Rosenberg“. If you would like to have even more information on wine and winegrowing we recommend booking a guided tour.
Length: 1, 2 Kilometer
Altitude difference: ca. 100m – 200m above sea level
Level of difficulty: gradually ascending, ideal for a small walk

 

WeinWetterWeg, Hatzenport

The “WeinWetterWeg” – the “WineWeatherPath”- is part of the “Mosel.Erlebnis.Route” – the “Mosel.Experience.Route”. The “WineWeatherPath” loops east from Hatzenport past the “Rabenlay” viewpoint down to Löf. Heading southwest it leads you to “Castle Bischofstein” and further on to Lasserg.
Length: 11 km
Level of difficulty: There are three different levels of difficulty to this hiking path. Some stages of the path are easily manageable and ideal for families. Others have a rather alpine character, therefore you must not be afraid of heights and you must be in good shape.
For further information (in German language) please click: www.weinwetterweg.de

 

Zeitreise Alken – Oberfell

This path takes you on a journey through time: It’s a theme hiking path which illustrates how people used to live in this area during the last 800.000 years. You will follow in the footsteps of Stone Age men as well as in those of Celts and Knights.
Length: 6 km
Altitude difference: ca. 100m - ca. 200m above sea level
Level of difficulty: ascending – ideal for families
For further information (in German language) please click:
www.themenweg-zeitreise.de/A1024/welcome.html