The Vennbahn bike path, was internationally awarded on several occasions and is one of the longest rail bike paths in Europe, leading through three countries: Germany, Belgium, and Luxembourg. The path stretches from Aachen, straight through East Belgium, to Troisvierges, offering 125 km of fascinating landscapes, border country atmosphere, history, and stories of the Vennbahn.
After St Vith, the track is again freshly tarred. Just a short stretch through the woods, then under the high-flying span of the motorway bridge and one passes through the pretty village of Neidingen. Once more the laughter of brooks and streams along the way form a soundtrack to the ever-changing landscape as it rolls by. Emerging into daylight from the first tunnel at Lommersweiler, the unfolding panorama of the picturesque Our valley is revealed. Towards Hemmeres one crosses the German-Belgian frontier once more. Back on Belgian soil the charming chapel of Weweler soon appears on the horizon, enthroned high upon the Ourberg of Reuland. The impressive ruins of Reuland Castle mark the close of this stage.