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Biblischer Weinpfad | Kirrweiler

Themed/educational trail · Palatinate
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  • Ausblick auf das Hambacher Schloß
    / Ausblick auf das Hambacher Schloß
    Photo: Gemeinde Kirrweiler
  • / Schöne Aussichten
    Photo: Gemeinde Kirrweiler
  • / Ausblick auf Kirrweiler
    Photo: Gemeinde Kirrweiler
  • / Stele No 12 "Der Himmel"
    Photo: Gemeinde Kirrweiler
  • / Stele No 1 "Wein-Stock und Bibel"
    Photo: Gemeinde Kirrweiler
  • / Marienkapelle
    Photo: Gemeinde Kirrweiler
  • / Kirrweiler von Venningen
  • / Alter Wagen
    Photo: Gemeinde Kirrweiler
m 500 400 300 200 2,5 2,0 1,5 1,0 0,5 km Stele 1 - Wein-Stock und Bibel Stele 1 - Wein-Stock und Bibel Marienkapelle Marienkapelle Stele 11 - Das Abendmahl Stele 6 - Lebenswasser - Rebenblut Stele 7 - Lebensgefahr Stele 8 - Friede Stele 5 - Jesus der Weinstock

Auf dem ca. 2,5 km langen Rundweg kann man an 12 Stationen Wein und Bibel neu entdecken.

 

easy
2.6 km
2:30 h
13 m
13 m

Der Biblische Weinpfad führt über leicht begehbare, ebene Wege, die auch für Personen mit Handikap problemlos zu bewältigen sind. Die ersten vier Stelen (Wein-Stock und Bibel, der Baum des Lebens, Weinberg - Volk Gottes, der Eber wühlt um) stehen jeweils links des Weges direkt hinter der Marienkapelle. Die fünfte Stele (Jesus der Weinstock) befindet sich ein Stück weiter auf der rechten Seite. Danach biegt der Weg nach links ab. Kurz vor der Autobahn befindet sich die sechste Stele (Lebenswasser - Rebenblut), wo der Weg dann links abbiegt. Kurz danach biegt der Weg wieder links ab zur siebten Stele (Lebensgefahr). Zur achten Stele (Friede) geht es weiter gerade aus. Danach führt der Weg rechts ab zur neunten Stele (Wein und Liebe). Auf gerader Strecke findet man rechts vom Weg noch die zehnte und elfte Stele (die Hochzeit von Kana, das Abendmahl). An der Libanonzeder führt der Weg nach links wieder Richtung Marienkapelle. Kurz vor der Kapelle steht die letzte Stele (der Himmel).

Author’s recommendation

Lassen Sie es sich nicht nehmen der Pfarrkirche Kreuzerhöhung und dem Pfarrgarten einen Besuch abzustatten!

outdooractive.com User
Author
Christine Dawson-Erasmy
Updated: June 13, 2019

Difficulty
easy
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
147 m
Lowest point
141 m
Best time of year
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Safety information

Der Biblische Weinpfad führt über leicht beggehbare, ebene Wege, welche auch mit Kinderwagen oder für Personen mit Handikap  problemlos zu bewältigen sind.

Es sind keine besonderen Sicherheitshinweise zu beachten.

Equipment

Es ist keine besondere Ausrüstung erforderlich.

Tips, hints and links

Einkehrmöglichkeiten im Ort:

 

Zum Schwanen, Hauptstraße 3, Tel.:  06321/58068

Zum Erwin, Gartenstraße 6, Tel.: 06321/59806

Gutsausschank Hermann Zöller, Marktstraße 16, Tel.: 06321/58287

Restaurant Edelhof, Kirchstraße 18, Tel.: 06321/9523155

Weingut Raabe, Hauptstraße 110

Weinstube "Oberschloßschänke", Hauptstraße 62, Tel.: 06321/58327

Start

Marienkapelle, Friedhofstraße, 67489 Kirrweiler (145 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
49.303978, 8.165840
UTM
32U 439359 5461583

Destination

Marienkapelle, Friedhofstraße, 67489 Kirrweiler

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public transport friendly

Wanderbahnhof Maikammer-Kirrweiler, entweder zu Fuß oder mit dem Palatina Bus über die Autobahnbrücke zur Dorfmitte. Die Marienkapelle befindet sich nur ein paar Minuten zu Fuß von der Dorfmitte entfernt (am Friedhof).

Getting there

A 65, Abfahrt Edenkoben, Maikammer, St. Martin, Kirrweiler. L 516 Deutsche Weinstraße. In der Ortsmitte angekommen Friedhofstraße Richtung Lachen-Speyerdorf nehmen. Der biblische Weinpfad beginnt direkt hinter der Marienkapelle am Friedhof.

Parking

Parkplatz an der Marienkapelle (hinter dem Friedhof)

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Kostenloser Flyer und Begleitbroschüre (Schutzgebühr €2,-) "Der Biblische Weinpfad zu Kirrweiler, Wein und Bibel neu entdecken" erhältlich im i-Punkt in Kirrweiler, Hauptstr.7, 67489 Kirrweiler, Tel.: 06321/5079, i-punkt@kirrweiler.de

 

Author’s map recommendations

Pietruska Pocket Map "Wandern, Radfahren, Erholen Verbandsgemeinde Maikammer" 3. Auflage, Detailmaßstab 1:25 000

Disability access

Badge Accessibility certified
Accessibility certified

Walking disability and wheelchair users

partially accessible
  • Parking for people with disabilities
  • Step-free access to the building/object/terrain (via elevator/ramp if necessary)
  • All other rooms and facilities available to the guests are infinitely accessible by elevator or ramp
  • 90 cm minimum width of all passageways/doors
  • Toilets for people with disabilities
  • Lateral accessible toilet for a wheelchair
  • Hinged grab rail in the toilet at least on the accessible side

All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility tested - barrier-free for people with walking disabilities and partially barrier-free for wheelchair users ".

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report at the end of this text.

  • There are two marked parking spaces for people with disabilities at the chapel of Mary (behind the cemetery) (parking space size: 350 cm x 500 cm; distance to the starting point approx. 30 m).
  • The path between the car park and the beginning of the Biblical Wine Path is low in vibrations due to its surface characteristics and easy to walk and drive on.
  • The Biblical Wine Path is accessible via the Maikammer-Kirrweiler hiking station, either on foot or by the Palatina Bus via the motorway bridge to the village center. The chapel of Mary is loctaed at walking distance from the center of the village (at the cemetery).
  • The circular path is approx. 2.5 km long, at least 200 cm wide and stepless. The maximum longitudinal inclination is 6 % over a distance of 10 m.
  • The surface of the path is mainly vibration-free and easy to walk and drive on (e.g. asphalt, concrete pavement).
  • There are seats at a distance of at least 500 m.
  • There are no sloping areas.
  • There are unsecured slopes.
  • The circular path is mostly car-free, but runs on a farm road that is heavily used by tractors, especially during the grape harvest.
  • No crossing of a road used by motor vehicles is necessary on the circular path.
  • The path is not signposted for cyclists, skaters or riders, etc.
  • The path is continuously signposted.
  • In total there are 12 stations along the path. The stations are visible, perceptible or recognizable while sitting. At the information board at the starting point of the path there is a box with flyers of the Biblical Wine Path, in these flyers QR codes are printed to call up the audio contributions of the individual stations. Additionally the audio contributions are available on the Rhineland-Palatinate App (further information on the Webseite of the Rhineland-Palatinate tourism GmbH ).
  • At a distance of approx. 400 m from the starting point of the path there is the "Kulturscheune" with a public toilet and a further parking space for people with disabilities.

Public toilet for people with disabilities in the "Kulturscheune"

  • The toilet is open from May to the end of October.
  • The manoeuvring spaces are:
    • behind the door, in front of the toilet and washbasin 129 cm x 180 cm;
    • to the left and right of the toilet at least 95 cm x 71 cm.
  • There are handles which can be folded up on both sides of the toilet.
  • The washbasin is wheelchair compatible.
  • The mirror can be seen while standing or sitting.
  • There is an alarm trigger (cord).
PDF report on accessibility for Walking disability and wheelchair users

Hearing impaired and deaf

not classified

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report at the end of this text.

  • There are two marked parking spaces for people with disabilities at the chapel of Mary (behind the cemetery) (parking space size: 350 cm x 500 cm; distance to the starting point approx. 30 m).
  • The Biblical Wine Path is accessible via the Maikammer-Kirrweiler hiking station, either on foot or by the Palatina Bus via the motorway bridge to the village center. The chapel of Mary is loctaed at walking distance from the center of the village (at the cemetery).
  • The circular path is approx. 2.5 km long.
  • There are no sloping areas.
  • There are unsecured slopes.
  • The circular path is mostly car-free, but runs on a farm road that is heavily used by tractors, especially during the grape harvest.
  • No crossing of a road used by motor vehicles is necessary on the circular path.
  • The path is not signposted for cyclists, skaters or riders etc.
  • The path is continuously signposted.
  • In total there are 12 stations along the path. The information at the stations is available in written form. They are not provided in German Sign Language. At the information board at the starting point of the path there is a box with flyers of the Biblical Wine Path. These flyers contain QR codes to call up the audio contributions of the individual stations. Additionally the audio contributions are available on the Rhineland-Palatinate App (further information on the Webseite of the Rhineland-Palatinate tourism GmbH ).
  • There are no adjustable listening stations, no audio induction loops, etc.
  • At a distance of approx. 400 m from the starting point of the path there is the "Kulturscheune" with a public toilet and a further parking space for people with disabilities.
PDF report on accessibility for Hearing impaired and deaf

Visually impaired and blind

not classified
  • Assistance dogs are welcome

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report at the end of this text.

  • Assistance dogs (guide dogs, guide dogs for the blind etc.) are allowed.
  • There are two marked parking spaces for people with disabilities at the chapel of Mary (behind the cemetery) (parking space size: 350 cm x 500 cm; distance to the starting point approx. 30 m).
  • The Biblical Wine Path is accessible via the Maikammer-Kirrweiler hiking station, either on foot or by the Palatina Bus via the motorway bridge to the village center. The chapel of Mary is loctaed at walking distance from the center of the village (at the cemetery).
  • The circular path is approx. 2.5 km long, at least 200 cm wide and stepless.
  • There are no high-contrast or tactile floor indicators. The path boundaries are predominantly visually rich in contrast and tactile.
  • There are seats at a distance of at least 500 m.
  • There are no sloping areas.
  • There are unsecured slopes.
  • The circular path is mostly car-free, but runs on a farm road that is heavily used by tractors, especially during the grape harvest.
  • No crossing of a road used by motor vehicles is necessary on the circular path.
  • The path is not signposted for cyclists, skaters or riders etc.
  • The path is continuously signposted.
  • In total there are 12 stations along the path. The information at the stations is available in written form. They are not provided in German Sign Language. At the information board at the starting point of the path there is a box with flyers of the Biblical Wine Path. These flyers contain QR codes to call up the audio contributions of the individual stations. Additionally the audio contributions are available on the Rhineland-Palatinate App (further information on the Webseite of the Rhineland-Palatinate tourism GmbH ).
  • There are no adjustable listening stations, no audio induction loops, etc.
  • At a distance of approx. 400 m from the starting point of the path there is the "Kulturscheune" with a public toilet and a further parking space for people with disabilities.
PDF report on accessibility for Visually impaired and blind

Cognitive disability

not classified

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report at the end of this text.

  • There are two marked parking spaces for people with disabilities at the chapel of Mary (behind the cemetery) (parking space size: 350 cm x 500 cm; distance to the starting point approx. 30 m).
  • The Biblical Wine Path is accessible via the Maikammer-Kirrweiler hiking station, either on foot or by the Palatina Bus via the motorway bridge to the village center. The chapel of Mary is loctaed at walking distance from the center of the village (at the cemetery).
  • The circular path is approx. 2.5 km long.
  • There are seats at a distance of at least 500 m.
  • There are no sloping areas.
  • There are unsecured slopes.
  • The circular path is mostly car-free, but runs on a farm road that is heavily used by tractors, especially during the grape harvest.
  • No crossing of a road used by motor vehicles is necessary on the circular path.
  • The path is not signposted for cyclists, skaters or riders etc.
  • The path is continuously signposted.
  • In total there are 12 stations along the path. The information at the stations is available in written form. They are not provided in German Sign Language. At the information board at the starting point of the path there is a box with flyers of the Biblical Wine Path. These flyers contain QR codes to call up the audio contributions of the individual stations. Additionally the audio contributions are available on the Rhineland-Palatinate App (further information on the Webseite of the Rhineland-Palatinate tourism GmbH ).
  • There are no adjustable listening stations, no audio induction loops, etc.
  • At a distance of approx. 400 m from the starting point of the path there is the "Kulturscheune" with a public toilet and a further parking space for people with disabilities.
PDF report on accessibility for Cognitive disability
This audit report was prepared by: Reisen für Alle
Period of certification: February 01, 2019 - January 31, 2022

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Difficulty
easy
Distance
2.6 km
Duration
2:30h
Ascent
13 m
Descent
13 m
Disability access Public transport friendly Loop Scenic Family friendly Cultural/historical value Disability access Suitable for strollers

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