The Mosel Cycle Route is one of the most popular long-distance routes for cyclists and combines wine culture with a varied landscape and towns worth seeing. On the mostly asphalt cycle route, which is close to the riverbank, you can experience all the unique features of the Mosel valley: rustic wineries, world-famous vineyards, ancient sites and romantic castles. Due to its proximity to the river, the Mosel Cycle Path has an essentially flat elevation profile. This makes it ideal for cycling tours with children and the use of bicycle trailers and tandems. From the gentle valleys of the Upper Mosel, through the wooded vineyards of the Middle Mosel, to the rocky terraced Mosel, the fascinating Mosel valley can be experienced in a relaxed way on a bike!
Mosel Cycle Path Section 7: From Traben-Trarbach to Bullay
Mosel Cycle Path Section 8: From Bullay to Cochem
Mosel Cycle Path (in full): From Perl to Koblenz
Audiopoint along the Moselle Cycle Path (Pünderich)
Audiopoint along the Moselle Cycle Path (St. Aldegund)
Audiopoint along the Moselle Cycle Path (Zell (Moselle))
40 listening stations invite you to get to know the Mosel during a little listening break. At the four listening points in the Zell region, learn more about the longest hillside viaduct in Germany, how the name of the world-famous vineyard "Zeller Schwarze Katz" came about, what effects the freezing winter of 1997 had on the local community of Alf and why there are two churches in St. Aldegund. The "Lauschtour App" is available free of charge in the Apple App Store or on Google Play. It can be saved offline so that no internet reception is necessary when travelling.