Ramblers Walking Holidays – Walking The Moselle Trail

A week walking some spectacular highlights of the Moselsteig long distance path
The Moselle Trail, like the slow flowing river it follows, meanders through villages and countryside seemingly unchanged by the centuries. Paths through vineyards lead to half-timbered houses with flower-bedecked balconies. Castles look down from the craggy peaks, whilst pleasure boats and barges navigate  the waters.

The Moselle is a beautiful area tucked away in the south western part of Germany. The Moselle Valley is best known for its world-famous wines.

Description

A history spanning more than 2000 years is evident from the striking castles perched high on the hilltops, forests, vineyards, charming villages and riverside towns.

A recent addition to the area has been the creation of the Moselsteig trail, which follows the twists and turns of the river for 226 miles, from Perl in the south to Koblenz in the north, where the Moselle flows into the Rhine.

We spend the week walking sections of the trail’s true highlights, offering a varied walking programme with splendid contrasting views.

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