Walk through mixed beech forests, across meadows, past stone walls and past a Roman-era spring before arriving in Kesten or Osann-Monzel
After a leisurely breakfast, ascend through a maze of carefully maintained vineyards. Be sure to pause on the way up to catch your breath and take in the surrounding valley views. Continue through mixed beech forests, across meadows and past stone walls before reaching a Roman-era spring. Enjoy a refreshing drink straight from the source!.
Tonight you will be staying in Kesten or Osann-Monzel (depending on availability). Both are small wine towns, nestled on the sunny left bank of the Moselle
Consignes de sécurité
There is no stop for snacks and drinks on the route Therefore you have to take enough water and provisions with you.
Informations et liens complémentaires
Moselbahn - A steam train which ran until 1962 from Bullay to Trier. It is known in German as the Moselstrecke, i.e. "Moselle line". It is often called the Moselbahn links der Mosel ("Moselle railway left of the Moselle"). It was abandoned in the 1960s. The line was built as part of the Cannons Railway (Kanonenbahn) and opened in 1879.
Moselloreley - It is a natural monument rising almost vertically from the banks of the Moselle. Between 1852 and 1872 and between 1937 and 1939, glance copper ore and potter's ore were mined in the rock formation.
We recommend wearing hiking boots that are well broken-in, plus a rain jacket and waterproof trousers in wet weather, as well as taking sun cream and a hat on nicer days.
In your information pack, you’ll find a detailed list of all the required hiking gear, including some good hiking boots, appropriate clothing, a rain jacket and a backpack.