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Klettersteige on the Moselle

Via ferratas or klettersteig are becoming increasingly popular. You will find several climbing routes along the Moselle, some of which are relatively close to our hotel.

Calmont Klettersteig

Ediger-Eller an der Mosel

The Calmont is one of the highest vineyards of the Moselle and you need to be in good shape for the steep climb. The Calmont in Bremm is certainly the steepest vineyard in Europe.

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Collies Steep Path

Zell an der Mosel

To climb Collies Steep Path in Zell am Mosel, you have to climb 180 meters up to the Collies Tower. There are short, but quite challenging, steep sections. At the finish, the climbing hiker is rewarded with a beautiful Moselle panorama.

Klettersteig Thörnischer Ritsch

Thörnisch an der Mittelmosel

In 2006, some vineyard trails for hikers were connected to the Thörnicher Ritsch vineyard. The klettersteig Thörnicher Ritsch is the steepest of these. The start is at the parking lot on the B 53 between Klüsserath and Ensch. On arrival you will immediately be faced with the steep via ferrata. This is only 500 m long, and leads to a viewing platform with benches and a table. Here you have a picturesque view of the vineyards on the left and right of the Moselle.

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Kletterweg Erdener Treppchen / Prälat

Erden an der Mittelmosel

Straight through the vineyards of Erdener Treppchen and Prälat, this via ferrata has three different routes. The difficulty levels or lengths of the routes (2.9 to 4.3 km) are marked with green, yellow and red. After completing the route a breathtaking view of the Moselle Valley will be the ultimate reward for your efforts.

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