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  1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    November 20, 2020

    02:21
    5.02 mi
    2.1 mph
    725 ft
    725 ft
    1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues

      On the trail of nature "offers every nature lover, hiker and knowledge-hungry person a varied hike around the community of Lösnich.
      The theme trail "On the trail of nature" leads around the wine town of Lösnich towards Kindel, past forest slopes and through vineyards. From the parking lot at the Bürgerhaus, follow the snail "Lotta" along the "Earth" element over the Lösnicher refuge and the Jewish cemetery up into the forest to the Kaisergarten rest area. Along the outskirts of the village you can reach the Lösnich forest via vineyard trails. The element "air" leads you over the "Kietz". You can explore aerial songs, cloud images and sundials on the information boards on this section. On the left, the path continues through the forest towards the Kluckert spring. From this old water house you follow the traces of the element "water", the windings of the Kluckert spring up to the small refuge above the wine village Kindel. Until the next, the Kindeler Römerhütte, you hike very idyllically towards the vineyards. From the crossroads there, follow the winding vineyard paths over the well-known excavation of "Sucellus". From the Kluckertbrunnen you have reached the center of Lösnich again. On the right in the direction of the banks of the Moselle, you will find the local tourist information office in the Alber Simon / Villa Simon winery. This is where the quiz is resolved.
      You walk through the historic Moselle village past the Catholic parish church St. Vitus back to the starting point at the community center.

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      • November 20, 2020

  2. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    November 6, 2020

    02:25
    5.44 mi
    2.3 mph
    475 ft
    475 ft
    1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues

      The cultural trail to the testimonies of the secular and ecclesiastical past runs around the twin community of Zeltingen-Rachtig between Trier and Kurköln.
      You can get on this trail at various points, e.g. at the information board number 1 opposite the Hotel Deutschherrenhof in the Rachtig district. At first you walk through the old town center of Rachtig to the old church, which is already in the middle of the vineyards. A few steps back the vineyards are shared. Keeping to the left, you climb through the cultivated areas up to the viewing platform at the Pastorenkehre. The previously parallel wine experience path turns left here, while the culture path now leads you pretty much at a height above Zeltingen to the Roman holy house. You continue on the "Alten Heerstraße" until you come to the remains of the Rosenburg. Then the path leads you back along the branch path to the castle ruins towards Zeltingen. You follow the further branch path along the banks of the Moselle and come below the Rosenburg to the Zeltinger sundial, the largest fully functional sundial in German vineyards. Past the later seat of the Kurkölner and along the river bank you get to the market place of Zeltingen. The hike between Kurköln and the German rulers officially ends here. You can walk back to the starting point in Rachtig through the center of Zeltingen or along the banks of the Moselle.

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      • November 20, 2020

  3. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    October 9, 2020

    1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues

      The circular hike leads into the vineyards near Zeltingen-Rachtig. A special highlight is the variety garden, where native, Mediterranean and exotic shrubs and trees have been planted on a former vineyard area to test whether they can adapt to the given climate.You start at the Zeltingen-Rachtig fire station, which is perfect as an orientation and starting point for this hike. Behind the guard, a small path leads up the slope into the "Kingdom of Heaven". Surrounded by colorful vines, you continue to walk relaxed towards the Hochmosel Bridge. After you have wandered under the impressive building with a height of 160 meters, keep to the right and come to an inviting rest bench.Your feet rested for a moment and then you continue hiking through the vineyards to the St. Stephanusbrunnen. There you can refresh yourself and then dive into the forest. Soon afterwards you pass the Schlossberg vineyard and then slowly descend through the variety garden back down towards the valley. In the cultivar garden, 50 different types of fruit and berries from all over the world grow on a sunny steep slope. With a view of the St. Stephanus church, you follow the path back to the starting point in Zeltingen-Rachtig.

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      • October 13, 2020

  4. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    October 9, 2020

    02:06
    4.53 mi
    2.2 mph
    575 ft
    575 ft
    1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues

      This circular hike impresses with its quiet forest areas and wonderful views over the vineyards to the Moselle. It is worth stopping at the various resting and viewing areas and enjoying.The starting point of the Himmelreich hike is the “An der Traver Ruh” hiking car park. You walk a short distance along Schanzenstraße in the direction of the Schäferei district before you turn right into the forest. On easily accessible forest paths, you hike through the beautiful autumn forest and over the colorful leaves that are already on the ground. The route initially climbs slightly and then loses altitude again. After two and a half kilometers, the trees thin out and you can enjoy a magical view of the Moselle valley. A little later, the rest area "Auf’m Hahn" invites you to take a break with foresight.Rested, you continue through the colorful autumn forest and after half of the route the forest path changes to a vineyard path. Along the slope edge you hike high above the Moselle through the picturesque landscape. Back in the Schäferei district, it is worth stopping at the Philipps-Eckstein winegrowing business before starting the last ascent through Schanzenstrasse back to the hiking car park. Not far from the parking lot there is a nice vantage point called “Traver Kupp” for a final panorama.

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      • October 13, 2020

  5. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    October 9, 2020

    01:59
    4.38 mi
    2.2 mph
    500 ft
    475 ft
    1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues

      The Honigberg tour near Maring-Noviand offers gentle vineyards and wide views over the Liesertal. Due to the slight incline, this scenic tour is suitable for the whole family.It starts at the beautiful Siebenborn monastery courtyard, where the Arthur Melsheimer winery is located. From there you walk over the Lieser and turn left at the playground. You walk along the river bank in Maring-Noviand to the foot of the Honigberg. The sun-drenched paths lead through the vines, which shine golden yellow in autumn. At the point where the Liesertal merges into the Moselle valley, you can feel the characteristic properties of the Moselle slate, because here the path is bordered on one side by a massive rock wall.After the rock passage you will touch the place Lieser before it goes up to higher elevations. There you can enjoy an enchanting view of the Moselle, Mülheim and the vineyards. After five kilometers you will reach the Schöne Aussicht refuge, where you can soak up the wonderful panorama again. Then the Weinbergweg turns into a forest path. Surrounded by colorful leaves, you hike back in Liesertal and to the monastery courtyard, where you can stop off at the monastery mill.

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      • October 13, 2020

  6. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    October 9, 2020

    01:55
    4.33 mi
    2.3 mph
    375 ft
    400 ft
    1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues

      The "Brauneberger Juffer" vineyard extends over the sun-drenched slopes of the Moselle. Usually vineyards are named after the neighboring place, in Brauneberg it was the other way around: until 1925 the place was called Dusemond. Without steep inclines, this circular hike is also suitable for children.The hiking car park on the Brauneberg, which is opposite the place of the same name on the other bank of the Moselle, is the starting point of this hike. From there you hike in the direction of Osann-Monzel - on one side of the path colorful autumn forest, on the other side gentle vineyards. On the way you have almost continuously changing views over the Moselle loops and the wine town of Brauneberg with its crooked church tower. After almost two kilometers on the sun-drenched hiking trail, you will reach the “Monzeler Kitten” viewpoint, named after the local vineyard.It continues gently downhill closer to the banks of the Moselle. The hiking trail now runs parallel to the main road on the Moselle through the vines. At the foot of the Brauneberg there is a restored Roman wine press - the Romans already appreciated the wine from this area. The Roman wine presses that were found here are the oldest north of the Alps and make the Middle Moselle the cradle of wine growing in Germany. Then continue towards Liesertal, where you turn left and follow the path back to higher elevations. With a view of the Moselle, it goes back to the starting point on the Brauneberg.

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      • October 13, 2020

  7. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    October 9, 2020

    02:57
    5.90 mi
    2.0 mph
    1,175 ft
    1,150 ft
    1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues

      The name already suggests: In the Goldbachtal, the valuable precious metal used to be dug, but only a few found it. The gold fountain in the center of Andel and rest areas at former gold panning sites are a reminder of this time.You start on the banks of the Moselle, where a small lighthouse gives you that North Sea feeling. In the center of Andel you will pass the gold digger fountain and the Andeler church. Following the forest road, you reach the outskirts and from there walk along the edge of the forest. The path begins to rise more and more and soon you can hear the Goldbach babbling. Surrounded by colorful mixed forests, you always walk along the stream, where different resting places by the water invite you to take a break.Near the source of the Goldbach you have reached the highest point of the hike and turn sharply left. The path meanders through the forest and brings you to Wilhelmshöhe, where an incredible view of the Moselle valley awaits you. Under a roof made of colorful leaves you march on to the Andeler refuge. Here, too, you can enjoy beautiful distant views. From the meadow at the refuge, a small path leads you to the intersection of forest and vineyards. The lower course of the Goldbach accompanies you back to Andel.

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      • October 13, 2020

  8. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    October 9, 2020

    02:15
    4.98 mi
    2.2 mph
    525 ft
    500 ft
    1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues

      This hike leads through the colorful cultural landscape around the pilgrimage site of Klausen, which, with the two districts of Krames and Pohlbach, offers many “little escapes” for quiet contemplation.The Marienbrunnen is the starting point of the tour. Now you have to decide whether you want to visit the beautiful pilgrimage church of the Visitation of Mary right at the beginning or at the end of the hike - it's definitely worth it. From the Marienbrunnen you walk to the Abtsgarten, which impresses with its colorful flower and herb beds. You continue to the district of Krames, where you will pass pretty farmhouses.There follows a short section along the banks of the babbling Kramesbach, before you cross a road and follow the path at the edge of the forest. Passing recultivated gravel pits you get to Pohlbach, where you can visit the Margaret Church.You leave the district of Klausen behind you and dive into the forest again. The path begins to climb gently and takes you up to the Maria Rast refuge. The name says it all and from the benches you can enjoy a fantastic view of the hilly landscape. Then it goes down into the Badenbachtal and a little later you are back at the starting point in Klausen.

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      • October 13, 2020

  9. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    October 9, 2020

    04:55
    10.6 mi
    2.2 mph
    1,450 ft
    1,450 ft
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      On the Römerweg Hunsrück you hike in the footsteps of Roman legionaries - along the route they show you the way on small signs. In addition, you can expect wide views of the Eifel, picturesque stream valleys and rugged rock formations.From Gornhausen it goes south. After a few meters you turn right and on soft forest paths that are covered with colorful leaves in autumn, you hike up a hill. A fantastic Eifel panorama awaits you at the Kaisergarten. Then you will meet the old Roman road, which once connected the Roman settlement Belginum and the Moselle fort Neumagen.Past the “Richterborn” spring you will reach a rest area and after a break you will descend into the valley to Hirzlei. It is worth taking a detour up to the pulpit, a rocky lookout point with a view of the Frohnbachtal. In autumn you can see a sea of colorful leaves here. From Hirzlei you hike slightly uphill again to the settlement Klaramühle, where you can stop at the small forest café. Strengthened, you then follow the route steadily uphill to the impressive Barbelley rock. It goes back to Gornhausen through the forest and over open fields.

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      • October 13, 2020

  10. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues planned a hike.

    October 8, 2020

    1. Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues

      With its remote villages and quiet forests, the Hunsrück forms a clear contrast to the turbulent Moselle valley. If you are looking for pure nature, silence and peace in a charming landscape, you have come to the right place.The starting point of the Hochgerichtsweg is in Kleinich and from there you hike over fields and through a small forest to Oberkleinich. At the rest area at the old beech tree, a broad view of the Hunsrück opens up. You can also visit the local history museum in the old mill in Oberkleinich. You follow the path rising gently and reach the extensive forest area "Hochgerichtsheide". You walk on the old Poststrasse, a former long-distance post route of the Thurn und Taxis family.At the small refuge you turn left and get over the Halsterhöhe to the edge of the forest. There you can enjoy a wide view over the barrows of the archeology park "Belginum" and the colorful landscape of the Hunsrück. Informative panels provide interesting facts about life in the time of the Celtic and Roman colonization. Now it's back to the autumnal colorful forest - sometimes over wide paths, sometimes over narrow paths you hike to Götzeroth, where a great view awaits you. After a short detour into the valley of the Kautenbach, you are back at the starting point in Kleinich.

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      • October 13, 2020

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