A scenic and varied tour through the vineyards between Kallstadt and Bad Dürkheim. Along the way are the remains of the Weilberg Roman vineyard in the south of Kallstadt and the Michaelskapelle (St Michael's Chapel), historical witnesses of various eras, and the Dürkheim Giant Barrel, one of the region's most bizarre attractions.
After the hike, the varied Kallstadt gastronomy is open to you for a stop.
Safety informationThe route runs mainly on so-called farm tracks. These are used for agricultural purposes and are used by tractors and harvesters all year round. We would like to point out that the use of the paths is at your own risk and ask for mutual consideration in the interest of all. The farm tracks may be soiled by agricultural traffic. After rainy days and especially in winter, the paths can be wet and slippery.
Tips and hints
Freinsheim Holiday Region, i-Punkt Kallstadt, Tel : 06322/667838, www.urlaubsregion-freinsheim.de
from the north:
A6 motorway (Mannheim/Kaiserslautern, Grünstadt exit) towards Bad Dürkheim, on B271 (German Wine Route) via Herxheim am Berg to Kallstadt.
From the south:
Motorway A61 at the Ludwigshafen junction onto the A650 towards Bad Dürkheim. At the end of the extension, go straight on in the direction of Gewerbegebiet Trift/Grünstadt. At the 2nd traffic light, turn right towards Ungstein. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards Ungstein/Grünstadt. After 50m, turn right towards Kallstadt (B271).