Explore the Great Outdoors

Put on your walking boots and join us on a tour of discovery. Discover beautiful landscapes with breathtaking views, historic sites, remote corners as well as the colorful life on your journey. Trails with varying degrees of difficulty offer everybody unforgettable days in the mystic Rhine Valley.

Here is a summary of some interesting routes:

The Rhenish Route of legends

Walk in the footsteps of the most famous myths and sagas of the Rhine, like the saga of Roland the knight or in Königswinter, Siegfried’s battle with the dragon. For groups we can arrange a special dinner show.

The Red Wine Walking Trail

Covering 35 km, this trail connects the famous wine villages of the Ahr Valley halfway between Bodendorf and Altenahr. The trail can be combined very nicely with a walk along the riverside path too. The Ahr Valley train will take you back to Remagen.

The Calmont

The via ferrata is in Europe’s steepest vineyard at Bremm/Moselle. You should be surefooted and you must not be afraid of heights if you want to attempt this route. Great views will reward you for your efforts.

Here you can find our package trips for this activity: Walking.

The Rheinsteig / The Rheinburgenweg / The River Rhine Trail

The long distance walking trail runs on both sides of the Rhine in the hills between Bonn and Wiesbaden. Enjoy breathtaking views of steep vine covered slopes and majestic castles. The trail starts in Remagen opposite the Pinger hotel at the train station.

 

The “Ruppertsklamm”

Fancy climbing? Several passages of the adventurous Ruppertsklamm are secured with cables and make sure you will enjoy a challenging ascent. The Gorge is about a mile long and has a 235 meter high slope. The entrance to the gorge is situated near Lahnstein on the B260 travelling towards Bad Ems.

We recommend the following routes:

Walk along the Rhine
Walk along the Rhine to Kripp, take the ferry to Linz, and then the “Kasbachtalbahn” (01.05 -. 31.10.) through Kasbachtal to Kalenborn. Walk to the Steffens-Brauerei brewery, over the “Erpeler Ley” near Erpel (approx. 15 km).

Rhine trail Riesling tour:
Take the train to Bad Breisig – Ferry to Bad Hönningen – Rheinsteig walk to Leutesdorf (approximately 20 km). Return to Erpel by train and catch a ferrry to Remagen.

Rail & Hike:
Take the “Vulkan-Express” through the picturesque Brohl Valley to “Engeln. ” Walk on the geo trail to the Olbrück castle and on to Oberzissen. Return to Remagen by train (Not available all year around!)

The Red Wine Trail:
Take the Ahr Valley railway to Altenahr. On the red wine walking trail to Mayschoß, visit the oldest winegrowers cooperative in Germany – Rech – Dernau – Ahrweiler (medieval city fortifications, museum,
Roman Villa). Return to Remagen by train (15 km).

In the Footsteps of the Romans:
Take the train to Andernach. Over the Hohe Buche mountain and the Roman mine, this trail goes to Bad Breisig. Afterwards, relax in the hot springs at the ” Römertherme ” baths.

Siebengebirge, “Seven Hills” National Park:
Follow the “Rhine trail” from Erpel to “Leyberg”, Bad Honnef or the Lowenburg ruins (455 m) over Königswinter. Travel back to Remagen by boat (Easter – October) or by train (about 18 – 25 km).

On the Rhine Trail:
to the yacht harbor in Oberwinter, to “Rolandsbogen ” and the wildlife park in Rolandseck (approximately 13 km).

 

Travel costs for train and boat fares are not included in the price.