Etappe 13 Von Gerhardshof nach Bingen – Der Rheinburgenweg
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
komoot planned a hike.
August 1, 2018
Since the regular Rheinburgenweg between Trechtinghausen and Bingen is impassable in many places due to storm damage, the official diversion from Gerhardshof leads you on silent forest paths to the stage destination.Your thirteenth and last leg on the Rheinburgenweg begins in Gerhardshof. The trail winds gently uphill to the wooded summit of Schlägleberg. From here the stage for the rest of the day is mostly downhill. First you follow the course of the Morgenbach for a short distance and then turn right onto the Waldgeisterpfad.Here various artists have carved faces and grimaces into trees. Some you recognize immediately, with others you have to look several times. Follow the hiking trail through the forest until you reach the Kreuzbach stream. This ripples through an idyllic valley downhill in the direction of the Rhine. You walk along the stream until you reach the Forsthaus Heiligkreuz.After a leisurely break in the Forsthaus you leave the valley and follow the trail on the slopes of the Rhine Valley to your destination in Bingen. At the end of your last stage on the Rheinburgenweg you will be said goodbye to the smallest castle in the Rhine Valley. From the spacious park on the banks of the Rhine, you have a perfect view of the mouse tower, perched on a small island in the middle of the Rhine.
July 31, 2018
Hasn't the storm damage been remedied at some point?
June 20, 2020