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Pfälzer Weinsteig

Pfälzer Weinsteig

Difficult
53:37
111 mi
2.1 mph
18,125 ft
17,950 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
12.2 mi
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Burg Battenberg

Hiking Highlight

18.1 mi
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Bismarckturm

Hiking Highlight

21.7 mi
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Römerplatz

Bike Touring Highlight

22.8 mi
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Flaggenturm

Hiking Highlight

38.2 mi
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Weinbiethaus

Hiking Highlight

42.1 mi
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Aussichtspunkt Bergstein

Hiking Highlight

48.8 mi
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Hambacher Schloss

Hiking Highlight

51.5 mi
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Hohe-Loog-Haus

Hiking Highlight

61.1 mi
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Schloss Ludwigshöhe

Hiking Highlight

64.5 mi
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St. Anna Hütte

Hiking Highlight

65.7 mi
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Trifelsblick-Hütte

Hiking Highlight

70.1 mi
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Burgruine Neuscharfeneck

Hiking Highlight

81.0 mi
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Jungpfalzhütte

Hiking Highlight

85.6 mi
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Burg Trifels

Hiking Highlight

88.1 mi
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Burgruine Neukastel

Hiking Highlight

91.5 mi
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Madenburg

Hiking Highlight

94.6 mi
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Burg Landeck

Hiking Highlight

96.1 mi
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Winzergasse

Hiking Highlight

108 mi
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Burgruine Guttenberg

Hiking Highlight

111 mi
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Deutsches Weintor

Hiking Highlight

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Mountain Hiking Path: 14.8 mi
Hiking Path: 93.2 mi
Path: 3.09 mi
Street: 265 yd
Road: 173 yd
State Road: < 109 yd

Surfaces

Alpine: 2.11 mi
Natural: 22.4 mi
Unpaved: 59.0 mi
Gravel: 8.17 mi
Paved: 12.9 mi
Asphalt: 4.43 mi
Unknown: 2.39 mi

Weather Forecast

Pfalz planned a hike.

May 19, 2017

Comments

  • Pfalz

    The Palatinate Vineyard is pure Palatinate: alternately leads the 170-kilometer long path on dreamy paths through entertaining forest passages and sunlit sections in the Palatinate vineyard.Stage 1: from Bockenheim to Neuleiningen
    The first stage of the Palatinate Weinsteig, the longest of the three Palatinate predicate hiking trails leads from the architecturally striking house of the German Wine Route in Bockenheim through the sun-drenched Palatinate Reebenmeer via Mertesheim and Grünstadter Berg to the picturesque castle village of Neuleiningen.
    Stage 2: From Neuleiningen to Bad Dürkheim
    The second stage of the Pfälzer Weinsteig takes us from the pretty, 750-year-old wine and castle village of Neuleiningen to the spa town of Bad Dürkheim. In addition to the highest Bismarck tower in the Palatinate, we discover on the varied route also a Germanic cult place and a ring wall from the Celtic era.
    Stage 3: From Bad Dürkheim to Deidesheim
    The third stage takes us from the picturesque Römerplatz in Bad Dürkheim over the Poppen and Burgtal to the promising Wachenburg ruins. Passing the heath holes, we descend to the small town of Deidesheim, a pearl of the German Wine Route.
    Stage 4: From Deidesheim to Neustadt a. d. wine Route
    In the picturesque old town of Deidesheim we start the fourth stage and hike through vineyards, the Palatinate Forest and along idyllic streams to the summit of the Weinbiet. A varied, promising descent then brings us down to Neustadt an der Weinstraße, one of the largest wine-growing communities in Germany.
    Stage 5: From Neustadt a. d. Wine Route to St. Martin
    Today we are facing the longest stage of the vineyard. Not only do we discover numerous interesting natural monuments such as the Gypsy Rock, the Hambacher Bergstein or the impressive Felsenmeer, but with the 673 m high Kalmit we climb the highest peak of the Palatinate Forest.

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  • Pfalz

    Stage 6: From St. Martin to Burrweiler
    Starting from the picturesque village of St. Martin we hike on charming paths and paths always along the Haardtrand along to Burrweiler. Special highlights on the route are the idyllically situated Hilschweiher, the Villa Ludwigshöhe, a Mariengrotte as well as the promising St. Anna-Kapelle and the St. Anna-Haus.
    Stage 7: From Burrweiler to Dernbach
    On the seventh Weinsteig stage we get to know three other idyllically situated huts of the Palatine Forest Association. In addition, we discover one of the most beautiful views of the Palatinate Forest and the Rhine plain on the particularly scenic round about the Orensberg.
    Stage 8: From Dernbach to Annweiler am Trifels
    From Dernbach we walk through forests and meadows to Eußerthal and on to Gräfenhausen, the westernmost wine-growing community of the Palatinate. Then it goes over the heights of the Great Adelberg, past the lookout point Krappenfels and down to the town of Annweiler, which lies at the foot of the majestic Reichsburg Trifels.
    Stage 9: From Annweiler am Trifels to Klingenmünster
    The ninth Weinsteig stage spoils us with numerous highlights of the Palatinate. Not less than eight promising ruins and castles are located on or in the immediate vicinity of our route, including the Imperial Castle Trifels and the ruin Madenburg. We also discover imposing sandstone massifs.
    Stage 10: From Klingenmünster to Bad Bergzabern
    The shortest stage of the Weinsteig takes us through forests, meadows and vineyards from Klingenmünster via the southern Palatinate resorts of Gleiszellen and Pleisweiler to the lively spa town of Bad Bergzabern, where we can discover the magnificent old town and relax in the Südpfalz Therme ,
    Stage 11: From Bad Bergzabern to Schweigen-Rechtenbach
    On the final stage of the Weinsteig we hike through dense forests of Bad Bergzabern over the picturesque village Dörrenbach, also called Sleeping Beauty of the Palatinate, to the southern beginning of the German Wine Route, the German Wine Gate in Schweigen-Rechtenbach.

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    • May 12, 2017

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Pfälzer Weinsteig