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Klostergartenweg in Brauneberg at the Moselle

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  • Andreasturm mit Kloster u Pfarrkirche St Josef
    / Andreasturm mit Kloster u Pfarrkirche St Josef
    Photo: TI Brauneberg, TI Brauneberg
  • / Andreasturm/Franziskanerinnenkloster
    Photo: Claus Conrad, Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues
  • / Aussicht in den Hunsrück
    Photo: TI Brauneberg, TI Brauneberg
  • / Blick auf Filzen
    Photo: Christopher Arnoldi, Wein- und Ferienregion Bernkastel-Kues GmbH
  • / Weglogo entlang der Strecke
    Photo: Rudi Reiter, TI Brauneberg
  • / Schutzhütte Filzen
    Photo: Claus Conrad, Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues
  • / Wiesen und Weinberge um Brauneberg
    Photo: Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues
  • / Wanderung in Bernkastel-Wittlich: Klostergartenweg in Brauneberg an der Mosel
    Video: Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues
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The baroque church and the Andrea Tower of the former Franciscan convent of Filzen are among the attractions of this hiking tour. Furthermore: a beautiful change between meadows, fields, vineyards and forests, the round tour is family-friendly and suitable for children.
easy
Distance 9.5 km
2:50 h
237 m
237 m
Gentle ascents make this circular hike an easy tour. This hike is named after the former Franciscan convent in Brauneberg. It was added to the Andrea Tower, which serves as a bell tower and dates from the 11th century, making it one of the oldest Christian buildings in the region. Today there is a local history museum on the ground floor. Insights into the hiking tour:The Klostergartenweg starts at the former Franciscan convent of Filzen, with its baroque church and Andrea tower. The former estates of the Franciscan nuns can now be impressively hiked along the Klostergartenweg. Wonderful views of the Moselle valley await you along the way. In addition, the alternation between meadows, fields, vineyards and ancient forests shows the beauty of the cultural landscape. With its gentle ascents, the tour is also suitable for less experienced hikers and children.In Brauneberg there are various places to stop for a bite to eat, the Straußwirtschaften are very beautiful.

Author’s recommendation

Ideal for families with children, because it is an easy tour. Between May and October the ostrich taverns in the village are open: it is worth a visit.
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Lisa Willems 
Update: November 05, 2020
Difficulty
easy
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
Nahe des Metschborn-Waldes, 282 m
Lowest point
Pohlgraben, 138 m
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Safety information

The tour is easy and well suited for families.

Tips and hints

Ferienland Bernkastel-Kues
Gestade 6
54470 Bernkastel-Kues
Phone: (0049) 6531/50019-0
www.bernkastel.de
info@bernkastel.de

Tourist information Brauneberg
Moselweinstr. 101
54472 Brauneberg
Phone: (0049) 6534/933333
www.brauneberg.de
info@brauneberg.de

Start

Former Franciscan Convent (138 m)
Coordinates:
DD
49.902204, 6.973221
DMS
49°54'07.9"N 6°58'23.6"E
UTM
32U 354457 5529726
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Destination

Former Franciscan Convent

Turn-by-turn directions

From the Franziskannerinen monastery in Brunnenstraße you walk uphill a little. Over a narrow path - through a mixed forest - you then walk to the Filzener refuge. Small stairs and a path winding through the deciduous forest lead you to a wider forest hiking trail.Along this forest path there are information boards about the tree nature trail Filzen. At the end of the nature trail, the view over the Moselle valley and the wine villages Brauneberg, Mülheim, Maring-Noviand, Kesten and Osann-Monzel is very beautiful. Slightly ascending and over soft forest soil you continue through the open landscape. Wide meadows alternate with cultivated fields. Above the vineyards the panorama changes: the Hunsrück with the villages of Burgen, Gornhausen and Veldenz is in sight. Along the edge of the forest, then again through an open field landscape, you continue towards Brauneberg. A signpost shows you the way to the Jewish cemetery Brauneberg. The detour of about 500 m is worthwhile: a board informs you about the meaning and the historical background of the burial place.Afterwards, the path takes you through the corridor, which is still called the "Klostergarten" (monastery garden) today. In 1810 the former monastery complex and the community of nuns in Filzen was secularised (dissolved) under Napoleon. The wine and field names Klostergarten, Nonnenberg or also Nonneneck originate from this time. Above the vineyards you go back to the starting point. A visit to the monastery complex and the Moselle local history museum after the hike is certainly worthwhile.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

www.moselbahn.de , www.vrt-info.de , www.bahn.de

Bernkastel-Kues: Taxi Edringer: (0049) 6531 - 8149, Taxi Priwitzer: (0049) 6531 - 96970, Taxi Reitz: (0049) 6531 - 6455

Neumagen-Dhron: Taxi Kreusch (0049) 6507 - 2493

Getting there

Coming from Bernkastel-Kues on the B53, Brauneberg is reached in about 7 kilometres. The Brunnenstraße is located near the end of the village.

Parking

Parking is available at the starting point, Brunnenstraße, 54472 Brauneberg

Coordinates

DD
49.902204, 6.973221
DMS
49°54'07.9"N 6°58'23.6"E
UTM
32U 354457 5529726
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

All hiking trails in the Bernkastel-Kues holiday region are available in the WanderGuide. This brochure is available at all tourist information offices in the Ferienland. Also online: http://www.bernkastel.de/service/download-prospekte.html.

Author’s map recommendations

WanderGuide - the hiking guide in the Bernkastel-Kues holiday region. With description and map.

Equipment

Hiking boots are recommended, but not mandatory.

Basic Equipment for Hiking

  • Sturdy, comfortable and waterproof hiking boots or approach shoes
  • Layered, moisture wicking clothing
  • Hiking socks  
  • Rucksack (with rain cover)
  • Protection against sun, rain and wind (hat, sunscreen, water- and windproof jacket and suitable legwear)
  • Sunglasses
  • Hiking poles
  • Ample supply of drinking water and snacks
  • First aid kit
  • Blister kit
  • Bivy / survival bag  
  • Survival blanket
  • Headlamp
  • Pocket knife
  • Whistle
  • Cell phone
  • Cash
  • Navigation equipment / map and compass
  • Emergency contact details
  • ID
  • The 'basic' and 'technical' equipment lists are generated based on the selected activity. They are not exhaustive and only serve as suggestions for what you should consider packing.
  • For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions on how to properly use and maintain your equipment.
  • Please ensure that the equipment you bring complies with local laws and does not include restricted items.

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Rating

4.6
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Monika Schäfer-Egner
April 15, 2021 · Community
Schöner leichter Wanderweg,viel fürs Auge.Ausblicke bis nach Wittlich die Eifel der Hunsrück und noch weiter . Man wandert über Asphalt Wald und Feld Wege.Abwechslungsreich, Wasserstellen für Hunde, Rastplätze mit Abfalleimer..Der Weg kann auch mit Kinderwagen gegangen werden.Sehr gut ausgeschildert..alles in allem schön
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Petra Rauen-Clüsserath
April 07, 2021 · Community
Top beschilderter Weg! Kurzweilig und sehr abwechslungsreich!
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Kerstin Seitz
July 28, 2020 · Community
Sehr schöne, abwechslungsreiche Wanderung, nicht nur über Asphalt, sondern auch Schotter und Waldwege. Sehr schöne Aussicht hat man, genug Wasser für die Vierbeiner sollte mitgenommen werden. Die Anstiege sind relativ leicht, nicht allzu steil. der Weg ist gut ausgeschildert, man kann sich also nicht verlaufen, wenn man kein Wandernavigationsgerät dabei hat. Wir waren 11,3 km unterwegs. Es hat jedem von uns sehr viel Spaß gemacht, vor allem unsere Hündin kam auf ihre Kosten.
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Difficulty
easy
Distance
9.5 km
Duration
2:50 h
Ascent
237 m
Descent
237 m
Circular route Scenic Family-friendly Cultural/historical interest

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