T 10 - On Goethe's tracks in Traben-Trarbach


This path starts at the tourist information office and leads through the Bahnstraße to the market place. It continues through the Marktstraße to the Kordelstraße, which leads up into the vineyards. Here we walk with a view of the Moselle to Rosenhof in the district of Rissbach. At the new Moselle bridge we cross the road to cross the bridge to Wolf. At the end of the bridge we follow the cycle path to Wolf. Along the bank we reach the camping site and take the uphill road "Im Schatzgarten". Immediately turn left again into the street "Am Spielplatz". Here you can admire some beautiful half-timbered houses and the "Spitzhäuschen". Our path now leads past the Protestant Church through Wedenhofstraße. At the end of the Maiweg we turn right up the street and immediately left again along the buildings of the youth farm "Martin-Luther-King". Here we follow this path below the vineyards towards Trarbach. On a small hill we reach the memorial plaque to Goethe's Sturmfahrt. We continue past the former Waldschenke and the Hotel Gonzlay until we reach the Wolfer Weg. Finally, we pass the Buddha Museum and Rose Garden with Binding Memorial Plaque to today's Middle Moselle Museum, where Goethe spent the night after his storm ride.

characteristics

T 10 - On Goethe's tracks in Traben-Trarbach
easy
2:15 h
8,7 km
32 m
60 m



source Moselregion Traben-Trarbach Kröv · author: Ingrid Ströher

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