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Mosel Cycle Path Section 10: From Löf to Koblenz

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  • Blick auf Alken und die Burg Thurant
    / Blick auf Alken und die Burg Thurant
    Photo: Simone Pfeiffer, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Rastplatz am Razejungewingert in Lehmen
    Photo: Simone Pfeiffer, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Schloss von der Leyen in Kobern-Gondorf
    Photo: Simone Pfeiffer, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Schloss Liebieg in Kobern-Gondorf
    Photo: Simone Pfeiffer, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Tatzelwurmbrunnen in Kobern-Gondorf
    Photo: Simone Pfeiffer, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Fachwerkhaus in Kobern-Gondorf
    Photo: Simone Pfeiffer, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Steillagen in Winningen
    Photo: Simone Pfeiffer, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Weinhexbrunnen und Vinothek in Winningen
    Photo: Simone Pfeiffer, Mosellandtouristik GmbH
  • / Blick auf das Deutsche Eck in Koblenz
    Photo: Mosellandtouristik GmbH, Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH, © D. Ketz
m 200 150 100 25 20 15 10 5 km Lauschpunkt am … (Kobern-Gondorf) Lauschpunkt am Mosel-Radweg (Winningen) Schloss von der Leyen Deutsches Eck mit Kaiserdenkmal Museum Winningen Vinothek im Winninger Spital Burg Thurant Schloss Liebieg
The last section of the tour offers the opportunity to enjoy the typical Moselle landscape with its small villages.
Distance 25.8 km
1:50 h
33 m
44 m
This final stretch leads along the left bank of the Moselle, from Löf to the outskirts of Koblenz; the Deutsches Eck is then reached via the right side of the river. There are still several typical Moselle wine-making villages waiting to be explored along the last kilometres of the Moselle Cycle Route through the Terrassenmosel (Terrace Moselle) region, which owes its name to the steep slopes where vines grow on narrow terraces secured by dry stone walls. In Kobern-Gondorf, for example, there's a medieval market place with fountain featuring a mythical alpine dragon as well as what is thought to be the oldest half-timbered building in Germany, dating from 1320. Pretty traditional half-timbered houses also characterise the wine-making village of Winningen, which is considered one of Germany’s most beautiful villages. Its welcoming wineries are perfect for a stop before continuing on the cycle tour to Koblenz. The Deutsches Eck, where the Moselle flows into the Rhine, signals the end of this last stretch and therefore also the end of the Moselle Cycle Route. A visit to Koblenz, with its inviting winding lanes and little squares as well as numerous sights and attractions, is the perfect way to end the cycle tour. How about a cable car ride to the impressive Ehrenbreitstein fortress or a tour of the old town with its numerous churches, historic town houses and museums?

Author’s recommendation

The Razejunge vineyard picnic area just before Lehmen is a lovely spot for a break.
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Update: September 09, 2021
Highest point
83 m
Lowest point
62 m
Best time of year

Safety information

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

Tips and hints

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Löf (76 m)
50.239907, 7.441111
50°14'23.7"N 7°26'28.0"E
32U 388838 5566467



Turn-by-turn directions

The left cycle lane passes through Löf and continues onwards along the B 416 to Kattenes. After leaving the village, follow the cycle path on the left side of the main road. Be sure to follow the Moselle Cycle Route signs roughly 500 metres after leaving Kattenes! The main route turns left under a railway underpass. From there, the cycle path runs above the railway tracks, through the vineyards to Lehmen. Follow the road through the village. After Lehmen, turn left at the fork in the road, continue through the cut in the rocks and along a left bend before turning right towards Gondorf. Follow the road through the village, past the railway station to Kobern until you reach Kastorbachstraße. Turn left and immediately right again onto Fährstraße, which leads straight ahead to the market place. The route then leads out of the village, through vineyards on the left side of the tracks, under a motorway bridge to Winningen. At the fountain, turn right into Bachstaße and continue until you reach the railway embankment. Keep left here, carefully cross the road and then bear left before the station, continue through the vineyards to Güls. Follow the signs through the centre until you reach the banks of the Moselle. Turn left onto the right-hand cycle lane on the B 416 along the river to the Kurt Schumacher Bridge. Turn right on the cycle path and continue over the bridge, turn left at the end of the bridge through the underpass and take an immediate right turn. Cross the riverside road then turn right back onto the cycle path. Follow the path until you reach the Deutsches Eck. 


all notes on protected areas

Public transport


Löf: Train station on the Moselle line (regional train only)

Koblenz: Koblenz Hbf main station (last station on the Moselle line), stop “Stadtmitte” (located on the left side of the Rhine)

Getting there

Starting point: Löf via the B 416 between Treis-Karden and Koblenz

Destination: Koblenz via the A 48 AS Koblenz-Nord and the B 9 or A 61 AS Koblenz-Waldesch and B 327


Löf: Parking is possible along the B 416

Koblenz-Güls: Car park on the street “Am Turnerheim”, reachable via access road


50.239907, 7.441111
50°14'23.7"N 7°26'28.0"E
32U 388838 5566467
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,,, Tel. 0049 (0) 6531/97330) 

Author’s map recommendations (responsible for the infrastructure and route descriptions in the Rhineland Palatinate section)


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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25.8 km
1:50 h
33 m
44 m
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