This hiking trail starts and ends in the famous pilgrimage site of Klausen in the beautiful Moselle-Eifel region. Along the way there are numerous panoramic views of the region.
Klausen is a much visited place of pilgrimage. Not only pilgrims find their way to Klausen on foot via the Eifel or Moselle Camino. Since 1997, the motorcycle pilgrimage has been attracting bikers every year to the start of the motorcycle season, since 2014 tractors have been chugging to Chiusa and their owners have had their vehicles blessed for an always good ride. Many visitors also come from the nearby Moselle valley, have wine in their luggage and start their personal pilgrimage. Hence the name: because the wine pilgrimage path connects the pilgrimage place Klausen with the Moselle wine places Piesport and Osann-Monzel. Some passages lead along the Moselle Camino and old pilgrim paths.Insights into the hiking tour:Due to the special routing, the hike offers wonderful views of the Eifel, the Hunsrück and the Moselle valley. There are nice places to stop for refreshments in the wine village of Osann-Monzel, and great rest and view points await you at many points along the route.
A visit to the abbey garden is worthwhile. On the upper level numerous herbs are planted and given names and the view into the Salm valley is also very beautiful.
Updated: November 05, 2020
Getting thereComing from Bernkastel, follow the B53 in the direction of Trier. In Mühlheim, cross the bridge and change to the other side of the Moselle. Then follow the L47 uphill to Klausen.
ParkingParking facilities in the Eberhardtstraße in Klausen
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