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Active on holiday

Whether on foot or by bike, the Middle Rhine Valley offers wonderful motives. In an area with the highest density of castles in the world, visitors to the Jakobsberg are offered not only enough material for an excursion, but also for a whole active holiday. Discover fantastic hiking and cycling routes.

RheinBurgenWeg

RheinBurgenWeg

The RheinBurgenWeg runs for 200km from Remagen to Bingen, past the Rhenish Slate Mountains, the Ahr Valley - Germany's northernmost wine-growing region, Andernach with the world's largest cold-water geyser, past Koblenz and further along the UNESCO World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley. You will encounter legends and sagas at every turn on this demanding tour. Tip: Hike along the path to the "Vierseenblick" - only four small sections of the Rhine loop are visible here - the "four lakes".

https://www.rheinburgenweg.com/en
https://www.rhine-tourism.com/#start

Ehrbachklamm

Ehrbachklamm

The Ehrbachklamm is a side valley of the Moselle and probably one of the most charming gorges in southwest Germany. Hikers can expect fantastic vantage points and numerous resting places here. Impressive are also the water games, the water wheel of the Daubisberg mill, the medieval slate mine and the Schöneck castle, which line the path.

www.wanderinstitut.de

© Dominik Ketz/ Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH

Rheinradweg

Rhine Cycling Path

Cycling along the Rhine - the best way is on the Rhine cycle path! This 120km long route crosses the Rhine valley from north to south. Scenic features and sights always tempt you to take a break. On the Rhine Cycle Path you will encounter interesting things from pre-Roman times, legends from the Middle Ages and timeless Rhine romanticism.

www.boppard-tourismus.de
www.loreleyinfo.de

© Dominik Ketz/ Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH