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WAMO 01 Best of Moselrise - 10 days

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WAMO 01
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Mountain trails with fantastic views of the river meanders Mosel, vineyards, wooded mountain ranges, countless castles and the best panorama spots above the water: your hiking week between Trier and Koblenz is full of highlights. You will discover idyllic small half-timbered villages, hike through unique evergreen boxwood forests, climb rocky mountain trails and cross the steepest vineyards in Europe. Impressive rest areas and viewing pavilions await you with fantastic views and rustic winegrowers' parlors invite you to enjoy the wonderful Moselcry in. With Trier, the oldest city in Germany, the popular Eltz Castle, as well as the historic Roman hilltop settlements and temples, cultural enjoyment is not neglected. Look forward to fantastic hikes between the mountain ranges of the Eifel, the Hunsrück and the Moselvalley!

Trier, the oldest city in Germany, attracts with numerous historical sights. Don't miss the famous Porta Nigra, Roman excavations and the magnificent St. Peter's Cathedral. A stroll through the lively old town is perfect to get in the mood for the upcoming hiking week.
Hotel example: Deutscher Hof

 

To start your journey, cross the Mosel and climb up to the colorful sandstone rocks at the Trier city forest. On a magnificent mountain trail with a deep view of the Mosel and long-distance views to the Hunsrück, it goes to Biewer and the foothills of the Eifel. You hike through extensive forests and plateaus to the Ehranger Kanzel and down to the Kyll River, through the Eifel forests to Schweich. Take the train to the charming Moselort Bullay with its numerous ostrich farms.
Hotel example: Holiday home at Lindenplatz

 

With the legendary Moselweinbahn takes you via Germany's longest hillside viaduct to the start of the hike in the Art Nouveau town of Traben-Trabach. You walk steeply uphill to Grevenstein Castle and on the Franzosensteig via spiral staircases and paths right through the ruins. The view down to the river is also spectacular. An alpine hike along the Kirster Grat will take you to Enkirch, where the historic half-timbered houses are worth a visit. Through vineyards and vines, it goes to Bullay, where in the evening there is a tasting of the best Moselcry waiting for you.
Hotel example: Holiday home at Lindenplatz

 

Beautiful paths lead you high above the river up to the Petersberg, where the summit cross offers impressive views of the depths Moselloop offers. After descending and crossing the river at Neef, climb the Calmont on the other side. You will discover the steepest vineyard in Europe, where the vineyards have an incline of up to 55°. Via a Roman hilltop settlement with a view of the “Eller Todesangst” rock needle, you climb past the Galgenlay pavilion and take the train to Cochem.
Hotel example: Cochemer Jung

 

You visit Beilstein, the “most beautiful of all Moselorte” with its lovely half-timbered houses and the Carmelite monastery. Continue to the Fankel barrage and be in close contact with it Mosel along the shore. It's worth taking a break in Bruttig before hiking back up through the Kabainerbach gorge. Right through the vineyards you cross the rocky mountain flanks of the Brauselay, which rises above the river as a legendary black cliff. In the afternoon you can admire the Cochem castle from the water during an enjoyable boat trip.
Hotel example: Cochemer Jung

 

On foot or by chairlift to the Pinnerkreuz, a magnificent rock pulpit above Cochem. Forest trails high above the river take you to the legendary “Wingerts Budche” rest hut. The nature reserve Dortebachtal, the Pomeranian Forest and the trail through the Schilzergraben promise pleasantly shady freshness. Through green vineyards you reach the Martberg, where a well-restored Roman temple complex invites you to visit. Narrow paths meander through dense forest down into the valley and to the finish in Treis-Karden.
Hotel example: Petry Castle Hotel

 

The impressive box tree path welcomes you with evergreen forests and steep rocky steps. From Müden you can hike on historic pilgrimage paths up into the highlands to the legendary Eltz Castle. After a stop in the beer garden up to the Maifeld and along the cliff over small climbing passages to Hatzenport. Those who still have strength can climb the Rabenlay over slate rocks.
Hotel example: Hotel Anker

 

Today you cross the Mosel twice. From Alken to the Thurant spur castle, which is well worth seeing, and over rocky paths down to the more than 1000-year-old Michaelskapelle, one of the oldest churches in the Mosel. Then hike through the vines to the pilgrimage church on the Bleidenberg. Best views as far as the Vulkaneifel accompany you on the wonderful high-altitude trail to Oberfell. Across a sunny plateau to the panoramic Hitzlay cliff - enjoy the view before hiking down to Niederfell and over the Moselgoldbrücke reach today's destination.
Hotel example: Hotel Simonis

 

At the end, numerous highlights await you: the castle ruins of the Koberner Niederburg, the Romanesque Matthias Chapel and always panoramic mountain paths. The Blumslay viewing area offers spectacular views of the massive 136m high construction Moselvalley bridge. One last time we go through the lush vineyards to Güls-Koblenz, the official end of the Moselrising. By train to the center of Koblenz, where you reach the “Deutsches Eck”, the confluence of Mosel and Rhine, bring your impressive hiking trip to an enjoyable end.
Hotel example: Hotel Brenner

 

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  •      Overnight stays as stated
  •      breakfast
  •      Luggage transfer
  •      1 Panorama boat trip Cochem (10-day tour)
  •      1 wine tasting Moselcry (DE, EN)
  •      Well-planned route guidance
  •      Detailed travel documents 1 x per room (DE, EN, FR)
  •      Navigation app and GPS data
  •      Service hotline

 

Basic price in € per person

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Double room including breakfast Cat I
23.03.2024 - 28.04.2024 1.039,00 €
29.04.2024 - 02.06.2024 1.129,00 €
03.06.2024 - 11.08.2024 1.189,00 €
12.08.2024 - 01.09.2024 1.129,00 €
02.09.2024 - 22.09.2024 1.189,00 €
23.09.2024 - 13.10.2024 1.039,00 €
Single room including breakfast Cat I
23.03.2024 - 28.04.2024 1.418,00 €
29.04.2024 - 02.06.2024 1.508,00 €
03.06.2024 - 11.08.2024 1.568,00 €
12.08.2024 - 01.09.2024 1.508,00 €
02.09.2024 - 22.09.2024 1.568,00 €
23.09.2024 - 13.10.2024 1.418,00 €

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WAMO 01

WAMO 01 Best of Moselrise - 10 days

Duration
10 days
Overnight stays
9 nights
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Daily travel starts from March 23.03rd. – 13.10.

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Basic price in € per person * 2024 Cat I
Double room including breakfast From €1039
Single room including breakfast From €1418

Attention: This trip is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.

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Note for people with reduced mobility:

The hiking trip is generally not suitable for people with limited mobility. However, individual customer requests are possible in individual cases (e.g. rooms suitable for disabled people).

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Not included in the price: Cultural development tax, bed tax, arrival and departure, transfers, excursions, entrance and sightseeing fees, city maps, ferry fees, insurance, tips and personal expenses.
This trip is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Maps presented are for illustrative purposes only and do not reflect geographical reality.

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