Round tour Bad Neuenahr No. 4 - Through the Wingsbach up to wooded heights
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Kloster KalvarienbergPhoto: Dominik Ketz, Ahrtal-Tourismus Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler e.V.
The hike starts in the picturesque Wingsbach Valley and leads through the forest through the Hungertal and over the ridge of the Schnälzhardt back towards the Ahr.
Rest stopsWeingut Maibachfarm
Safety informationNo special safety instructions are required.
After crossing the Wingsbach a few times, the trail moves away from the stream and leads into Hungertal. From here it goes uphill again into the forest through coniferous and deciduous forest passages until you reach two stately Douglas fir trees. Then, after a short ascent without any significant gradient, the trail continues through a beautiful pine forest. After about 2 kilometres, the trail only goes downhill through a beautiful mixed forest and to the edge of the forest and the vineyard above Ahrweiler. The trail then leads back along the vineyards to the hikers' car park.
The detailed route description with information on places to stop for refreshments, beautiful views and altitude profiles can be found in the hiking book: "Rund um Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler. Die 15 schönsten Wanderwege" by J.P. Bachem Verlag (ISBN 978-3-7616-2844-7).
Public-transport-friendlyOn the 470 timetable line (Rhine Valley line) from the north or south to Remagen. Change there to the "Ahrtalbahn". The train stops in the city area at the following points: Heimersheim, Bad Neuenahr, Ahrweiler-Bahnhof, Ahrweiler Markt, Walporzheim.
Getting thereComing from the north via the A61 to the Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler motorway junction. The short A 573 feeder motorway leads to Bad Neuenahr, Ahrweiler and the other districts.Coming from the south, leave the motorway at the exit Sinzig / Bad Neuenahr and then follow the feeder motorway A 571 and the bypass B 266 in the direction of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler.
ParkingFree hikers' car park on site.
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