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Etappe 3: Von Philippsheim nach Trier – Kyll-Radweg

Etappe 3: Von Philippsheim nach Trier – Kyll-Radweg

24.5 mi
9.5 mph
1,425 ft
1,650 ft
Intermediate bike ride. Good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may be unpaved and difficult to ride.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
7.99 mi

Wunderschöne Strecke durch das Kylltal

Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

10.4 mi

An der Kyll

Bike Touring Highlight

14.0 mi

Blick zur Burg Ramstein

Bike Touring Highlight

20.0 mi


Bike Touring Highlight

23.2 mi

Riesenrad am Moselufer

Bike Touring Highlight

24.2 mi


Bike Touring Highlight

24.5 mi

Tour Profile


Singletrack: 192 yd
Path: 2.96 mi
Access Road: 179 yd
Cycleway: 15.7 mi
Street: 2.64 mi
Road: 1.72 mi
State Road: 311 yd
Off-grid (unknown): 1.11 mi


Unpaved: 2.24 mi
Cobblestones: 0.35 mi
Paved: 1.58 mi
Asphalt: 19.1 mi
Unknown: 1.19 mi
  • Includes off-grid segments

    Navigation instructions may be limited.

Weather Forecast

Jesko von Werthern planned a bike ride.

February 1, 2021


  • Jesko von Werthern

    You leave Philippsheim and find yourself right back in the country. The Kyll describes wide loops through the landscape on its way to Trier.
    On the last stage, the Kyll cycle path trumps again with nature experiences and highlights.
    The old train station in Speicher was built from the typical Eifel sandstone and is always worth a break. In general, it is not difficult to find good places to take a break here.The next castle that comes into view is the Ramstein ruin. It can be viewed after registration. There is also a hotel with an attached restaurant.Shortly before it flows into the Moselle, there is currently (as of February 2021) a line closure between Kordel and Trier-Ehrang until the end of 2021. Therefore, the tour includes an off-grid section at this point. But you can switch to the road on the other bank. There is also a shuttle bus between the two train stations from April to October.Whatever you decide, at Pfalzel you finally reach the confluence of the Kyll into the Moselle. But the tour doesn't end there. You follow the Moselle for a while and can already admire the mighty city of Trier on the other bank.The oldest bridge in Germany, the Römerbrücke, finally brings you over to the city. Your journey on the Kyll cycle path ends there. The discoveries don't have to be over here, on the contrary. There is a lot to experience and see in Trier. It would be a real shame to get on the train or continue cycling before you have seen the famous old town around the Porta Nigra.

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    • February 6, 2021

Jesko von Werthern

Etappe 3: Von Philippsheim nach Trier – Kyll-Radweg