Venn-Eifel-Mosel-Runde planned a bike ride.
December 20, 2021
This is the entire route of the Venn-Eifel-Mosel-Runde in one piece.
The detailed description and a suggested division into six stages can be found in the associated collection komoot.de/collection/886994/fluesse-festungen-und-fantastische-radwege-die-venn-eifel-mosel-runde.
March 25, 2019
The last leg of your journey begins with a drive through the narrow valley of the wild Prüm, past the Irrel waterfalls. Then you follow the Prüm, until it flows into the Sauer.
You are now on the border with Luxembourg. Here it is worth a short detour to Echternach with its beautiful old town.
Then you… read more
Your day starts with an idyllic drive through the Alfbachtal. The bike path meanders through a beautiful and natural landscape, in which you can see the one or the other beaver with a bit of luck.
In Pronsfeld the Alfbach flows into the Prüm. At the former station of Pronsfeld old wagons and locomotives… read more
Your stage today is all about the Vennbahnradweg. It is a model railway track in the border area between Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg. At the track there are always relics and buildings from the railway past to admire. These include viaducts and train tunnels.
Some former stations were not only restored… read more
Your day begins with a ride on beautiful cycle paths through the Kyll Valley, past small villages and castle ruins. After 13 kilometers you reach the Kronenburger See. Above the lake towers the tiny medieval old town of Kronenburg. The townscape has hardly changed for over 400 years and is dominated… read more
Today you continue your journey in the valley of the rushing Kyll, the longest and most water-rich river in the southern Eifel.
The valley widens and there are many cultural treasures left and right of the river. These include the former Cistercian monastery in Stankt Thomas or the mighty Bertradaburg… read more
You start your journey on the Venn-Eifel-Mosel-Runde in the lively city of Trier on the Römerbrücke, the oldest bridge in Germany. You follow the Moselle to Pfalzel, the historic district of Trier with its famous ramparts and the oldest inhabited stone house in Germany.
At the confluence of the Kyll you… read more