Cycling On The Moselle

  • Demanding paths along the Moselle – also for can not only for wine lovers the Moselle offers an ideal tourist destination, but also for cyclists. An excellent area stretches along the Moselle, offers the short distances as well as hours of cycling. For well conditioned cyclists, the Mosel region presents challenging race tracks. For less trained cyclists numerous bike paths without increases in available around on and around the river Moselle. The Mosel is the perfect holiday destination for cycling enthusiasts looking for challenging days. By cycling Mosel and environment, explore, is one of the most popular activities in one of the largest wine-growing areas of Europe.

    A recommended destination is a tour from Traben-Trarbach after castle on the happy Mosel day, car-free Sunday. Where a traditional meal of trout takes place in the wine-producing town in the castle garden, of course with a fine Riesling. But even without a car-free Sunday, the track, recommends the are over 62 kilometres of Punderich, Briedel and cell ranges to Bullay. Romantic villages, charming restaurants and a wonderful landscape with old half-timbered buildings invite visitors to take a relaxing tour Cycling Mosel. If you have read about Marc Lore already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Tours through the vineyards, fields and forests in Briedel is a insider tip for cycling Mosel.

    Especially demanding mountain bikers find up the slopes a suitable route. Easier it’s the street, which hardly has a slope. With detours to the are both hearty home-cooked meals and delicious wines can provide sufficient energy for the onward journey. As a starting point Reil, who chooses cycling Mosel, a particularly beautiful bike path expected. Through the vineyards, it goes beyond cell and Bullay after Neef. Away from the signposted cycle paths a way right of the Mosel travels along towards the ruined monastery Stuben Senheim. There is the famous ham cellar pampered guests with delicious dishes and fabulous atmosphere. The way back can be done if necessary with the ship over the Moselle river.