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Moselle-Camino Treis-Karden - Beilstein - Bullay

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Mosel valleys and Hunsrück heights on the Jacob's Pilgrimage Route. 
difficult
Distance 27.6 km
8:00 h
795 m
757 m
Experience and discover the diversity of the Mosel valley, pure nature, castles, vineyards and of course the romantic Mosel run. The 'Mosel Camino', between Koblenz and Trier, is part of the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. The yellow scallop shell on a blue background marks the pilgrimage and hiking trail, which is almost 160 km long (approx. 180 km with detours and visits). The converging ribs of the shell act as an arrow pointing the way to Trier.

 

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Once walking down the famous Heinz-Rühmann film stairs in Beilstein... 
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Zeller Land Tourismus GmbH
Update: July 05, 2021
Difficulty
difficult
Technique
Stamina
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Landscape
Highest point
433 m
Lowest point
79 m
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Start

St. Castor Street, Treis-Karden (83 m)
Coordinates:
DD
50.183441, 7.301416
DMS
50°11'00.4"N 7°18'05.1"E
UTM
32U 378734 5560407
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Destination

Bullay

Turn-by-turn directions

Again, cross a Moselle bridge back to the Hunsrück side of the Moselle to Treis; there, turn right and cross the main road to the end of the village. Below the Wildburg, the trail leads gradually uphill on bumpy ground to the Beurenkern. A few hundred metres after the Beurenhof, turn right into the Flaumbachtal valley. Soon you will see the Maria Engelport monastery. Continue through the forest uphill to the K 36; turn right there, 200m on the road, then turn left into the forest at the 'Schafstall' hut. Continue down to Beilstein with the Capuchin monastery church and Metternich ruins. Then a good stretch on the K 42 (asphalt road) and through the forest back up to the Hunsrück heights, where you soon come to the L 200. Cross this to reach the 'Alte Schanze' via a sunken path, then an open meadow path (with 'bee TV'). Cross the L 98 there and continue in a south-easterly direction to the chapel called 'Lindenhäuschen'. Continue along the road, then turn right into the forest at the 'Panoramhütte'. After about 1½ hours, you reach the Moselle valley again in Bullay.

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Getting there

St. Castor-Street, 56253 Treis-Karden

Coordinates

DD
50.183441, 7.301416
DMS
50°11'00.4"N 7°18'05.1"E
UTM
32U 378734 5560407
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Author’s map recommendations

Hiking map Zellerland
ISBN 978-3-944620-12-1

Zeller Land Tourism GmbH
Balduinstr. 44
56856 Zell (Mosel)
Tel. 06542/9622-0
www.zellerland.de 

 

Mosel Camino:

http://www.mosel-camino.info/streckenfuehrung-2.html 

Equipment

We recommend sturdy shoes 

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Difficulty
difficult
Distance
27.6 km
Duration
8:00 h
Ascent
795 m
Descent
757 m
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