You would like to experience the Moselle?
Great idea: The Moselsteig from Trier to Koblenz a majestic classic!
Enjoy the Moselle valley on wonderful hiking days between lovely wine villages, steep mountain slopes of Eifel and Hunsrück, once mighty castles of the Trier, Chur-Main and Cologne archbishoprics. Enjoy the Mosel hospitality at every turn. High-altitude trails with fantastic views of the Moselle river bends, vineyards, wooded mountain ranges, countless castles and the best panoramic spots above the water: your hiking week is full of highlights.
On your way from the former imperial city of the Roman Empire, Trier, to the Deutsches Eck (German Corner) in the heart of Koblenz, you will pass – always following the Mosel loops – charming wine-growing villages under Germany’s steepest vineyard, the Calmont, and the imperial castle of Cochem. On the way, you will have plenty of time to stop at the countless Straußenwirtschaften and wine cellars and get to know the world of winegrowers.
You will discover idyllic little half-timbered villages, hike through unique evergreen boxwood forests, climb rocky high trails and cross the steepest vineyards in Europe. Imposing rest areas and lookout pavilions await you with fantastic distant views and rustic winegrowers’ taverns invite you to enjoy the wonderful Moselle wine.
With Trier, the oldest city in Germany, the popular Eltz Castle, as well as the historic Roman hilltop settlements and temple complexes, cultural enjoyment is not neglected either. Look forward to fantastic hikes between the mountain ranges of the Eifel, the Hunsrück and the Mosel valley!
You will stay in real Moselan, regionally typical, very good middle class hotels of the 3*** category – always with their own wine magic.
Daily breakfast buffet or extended breakfast included
When booking half board incl. 5 x 3-course dinners, not in Trier and Koblenz, possibly in neighboring restaurants.
For the most part, you’ll hike on good trails and paths, graveled wine trails and secluded forest trails. The panoramic trails lead in sections over steep terrain and rocks, here surefootedness is required. The ascents and descents to the heights of the Moselle valley are easily manageable with good basic fitness. A shortening of the stages is possible almost at any time comfortably by train.
The trip is not suitable for persons with reduced mobility. Please contact us for detailed information if needed.
Both Koblenz and Trier are easily accessible by local and long-distance train. The Moselle Valley Railway is an experience!
More information about the schedules can also be found at www.bahn.de.
Car & Parking
Parking possible in unguarded public parking lot near the hotel. Limited hotel parking spaces are available, unfortunately pre-booking is not possible.
Return journey Koblenz – Trier
The Moselle Valley Railway connects Koblenz and Trier mostly at hourly intervals. Take your time for the return journey. You train ride is a real experience. They are on the road for about 1 1/2 hours. Feel free to get off in between and enjoy one last beautiful Moselle day on your trip. For schedules and tickets, visit www.bahn.de.
First bake small rolls ?!
No problem – this trip has two little sisters.
> With the tour 195b you are only 8 days on the road.
> The trip 195c leads you in 5 days through the heart of the Moselle valley.
If you like, you can build an individual vacation around your hiking tour with additional nights. Additional nights are generally possible at all stage destinations. In Trier and in Koblenz we would even like to suggest you to stay one more day each.
Things to see on the way ...
- The old Roman city of Trier with the world-famous Porta Nigra, the cathedral, the Imperial Baths and a lot of joie de vivre.
- The lovely Moselle landscape with its wines, mountains, bridges, castles and cities
- The guard on the Rhine with emperor and fortress in Koblenz
- Cochem with its famous Reichsburg
- Eltz Castle in the Eltz Valley near Moselkern