The cultural landscape of the RheinBurgenWeg trail is incredibly beautiful. The breath-taking, varied paths wind their way over hills and through lush valleys. The trail is ideal for anyone with a thirst for adventure and knowledge, for anyone who wants to escape the stresses of their job and those who just want to take some time out. The RheinBurgenWeg trail offers a colourful mix of adventure and contemplation.
Distance 201.7 km
The RheinBurgenWeg trail runs for approx. 200km through a unique cultural landscape from the Mäuseturm tower at Bingen to the Roland Arch near Remagen. Along the way you will experience the many different aspects of the Rhenish Massif, the northernmost wine-producing area in Germany in the Ahr Valley and the world's largest cold water geyser in Andernach. From here, the trail continues to Koblenz, gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Upper Middle Rhine Valley. The RheinBurgenWeg trail runs through the entire valley and brings the hiker along the left bank of the Rhine to Remagen.
Update: July 05, 2022
Rest stopsBurg Rheinstein
Loreleyblick Maria Ruh
Gedeonseck Aussichtspunkt & Restaurant - DERZEIT GESCHLOSSEN
Getting thereThe B 9 runs along the Rhine from Bingen to Rolandseck. Various bridges and ferries make it possible to cross the Rhine.
ParkingBingen at the car ferry (O 421921 N 5535904)
Bingen at the B9 (O 419815 N 5535734)
Rolandseck at the ferry terminal (O 373295 N 5610375)
Rolandseck at the Rolandsbogen (O 373018 N 5611350)
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