Via step bars and ladders high up to the Collis tower.
The "Collis Steilpfad" with climbing routes and 160 metres in altitude and a length of 1.2 kilometres has an alpine character and, thanks to the Koblenz Alpine Club and the Zell (Mosel) local history and tourist office, is perfectly secured with step bars as well as ladders and wire ropes. Those who do not want to climb can avoid the con the steep path along old vineyard walls.
Starting point: "Zeller Schwarze Katz"- fountain - uphill follow the course of the market road towards Cuxborn - Zeller Kehr - past the square tower to the fork in the road - turn left into the Kabertchenweg - after about 20 metres you enter the climbing route, which you can bypass on the "Collis steep path" - when you reach the Rommeney path, keep to the right - after about 150 metres you reach the entrance to the second section - at the end of the steep path you reach the Collis tower.
A head for heights and surefootedness is required for the climbing route.
Suppose you still haven't had enough of the beautiful landscape. In that case, you can continue to follow the "Collis-Rundwanderweg" through the vineyards. At the "Löhnshöhe" view point Here you will finally reach the "Lönshöhe" viewpoint, via which you can make your way back to Zell (Mosel).
Take the B53 to the opposite side of the Moselle (over the Bullay double-decker bridge or the motorway bridge in Zell-Kaimt). Then keep straight on until you reach the town hall/tourist information office.
D-56856 Zell (Mosel)
Parking spaces along the banks of the Moselle in Zell (Mosel) (subject to charges)
free parking in the streets "Brandenburg" and "Zum Bahnhof
by train to Bullay and from there with the lines 720, 721 or 750 to Zell (Mosel) Lindenplatz
This tour is presented by: Zeller Land Tourismus GmbH
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