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Long-distance cycle trail

Moselle Cycle Route Section 8: From Bullay to Cochem

Long-distance cycle trail · Moseltal
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  • Fachwerkkulisse in Beilstein
    / Fachwerkkulisse in Beilstein
    Photo: Mosellandtouristik GmbH, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Moselschleife Bremmer Calmont
    Photo: Madlaine Louis, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Blick auf Cochem
    Photo: Tourist-Information Ferienland Cochem
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Highlights of this stretch include Europe's steepest vineyard, the Calmont, and the connected romantic wine-making village of Bremm, as well as Beilstein, which is also known as the “sleeping beauty” of the Moselle region thanks to its idyllic lanes and its landscape of traditional half-timbered houses.
easy
31.1 km
2:11 h
69 m
96 m
The eighth section of the Moselle Cycle Route starts at the historic railway bridge in Bullay and leads along the left bank of the Moselle to Cochem. The wine-producing village of Bremm, with its narrow winding streets, is located at the foot of the Calmont and is reached via Alf and St. Aldegund. Anyone ready to take on the challenge of the steepest vineyard in Europe by means of the Calmont fixed rope route is rewarded by the most beautiful views of the Moselle Valley at the hilltop cross. The cycle tour continues through the idyllic wine-producing villages of Ediger-Eller, Nehren and Senhals to Ellenz-Poltersdorf. Here, there is the option to take a ferry to the other side of the river to visit Beilstein, the Moselle’s “Sleeping Beauty”, with its winding narrow lanes and its famous backdrop of traditional half-timbered buildings. Back on the left bank of the river, the route runs through Ernst and onto Cochem, the destination for this part of the tour. The picturesque little town is perfect for rounding off the day in. Winding, narrow lanes lead to the market place with its old gabled houses, market fountain and a Baroque style town hall. The vibrant Moselle promenade offers the opportunity to wonder between wine taverns and cafés. The imposing 11th century Reichsburg Castle dominates the town's landscape from almost every perspective and is most definitely worth a visit.

Author’s recommendation

Enjoy a glass of the world-famous Calmont wine in Bremm or take part in a guided tour through enchanting Beilstein.
outdooractive.com User
Author
Simone Pfeiffer
Updated: April 02, 2020

Difficulty
easy
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
107 m
Lowest point
80 m
Best time of year
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Safety information

A list of any currently closed route sections and relevant detours, e.g. due to roadworks, can be found here.

Tips, hints and links

Mosellandtouristik GmbH

Kordelweg 1

54470 Bernkastel-Kues

Telephone +49 (0) 6531/97330

info@mosellandtouristik.de

www.visitmosel.de

 

A review of your Outdooractive tour experience would be great. This gives us valuable feedback and helps others to plan their own tours. Thanks! 

 

Suggestions, observations or something that isn't quite right? Get in touch with us via email at: radwege@lbm.rlp.de

(www.radwanderland.de - responsible for the infrastructure and route descriptions in the Rhineland Palatinate section).

Start

Bullay (106 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
50.047983, 7.131934
UTM
32U 366258 5545637
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Destination

Cochem

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public transport friendly

Bullay: Train station on the Moselle line

Cochem: Train station on the Moselle line

www.vrminfo.de

Getting there

Starting point: Bullay via the B 53

Destination: Cochem via the B 49

Parking

Bullay: Parking at Bullay train station 

Cochem: The majority of parking available in Cochem is pay and display. A large parking lot is located behind the train station.

Coordinates

Geographic
50.047983, 7.131934
UTM
32U 366258 5545637
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

  • Bikeline cycle tour planner "Mosel-Radweg: Von Metz an den Rhein" (published by Esterbauer) 
  • Free brochure: “Meine Radreise”. An overview of all cycle paths in the Moselle region is included in this brochure. Descriptions of the 10 sections of the Moselle Cycle Route from Perl to Koblenz are also provided as well as descriptions of other enjoyable cycle routes. As well as this, the brochure contains important information and tips for your holiday and for planning your cycle route. (Available from Mosellandtouristik GmbH, www.visitmosel.de, info@mosellandtouristik.de, Tel. 0049 (0) 6531/97330) 

Author’s map recommendations

www.radwanderland.de (responsible for the infrastructure and route descriptions in the Rhineland Palatinate section)

Equipment

A smartphone to access the audio tour "Lauschpunkte am Mosel-Radweg": Get to know the Moselle region via a series of listening stop-off points. 40 listening stations between Perl and Koblenz encourage you to take a closer look and guide you to surprising discoveries along the way. The “Lauschtour” audio tour app can be downloaded free of charge from the Apple App Store or Google Play.

 

Remember to take your cycle tour book and your camera.


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Difficulty
easy
Distance
31.1 km
Duration
2:11h
Ascent
69 m
Descent
96 m
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