Trail currently closed T 3 - Moselle mountain romanticism


The trail begins on the Moselle bank Trarbach and leads straight on to the Weihertorplatz and then behind the town mill left into the Teichweg. We follow this watercourse to the weir and then take a footpath along gardens to the Wildbadmühle. From here the path follows the country road past the Gräffs Mill to the Moselle thermal baths. Via a small staircase we reach the slightly ascending path to the Wildstein. This mysterious cult site (about 289 m above sea level) impresses with its rock and stone formations. A serpentine path now leads past the so-called "Red Spring" to Wildbadstraße and the former spa centre Bad Wildstein. This was built in the Art Nouveau era around 1883 and served as a bathhouse until 1990. 100 m further on we cross the Kautenbach over a wooden bridge and reach the Waidmannspfad. This narrow ascending path through the deciduous forest offers wonderful views into the romantic Kautenbach valley. In the high forest, a wide path continues to the highest point of the hike. Passing the stud farm "Simmernacher Scheune" we meet the T4, on which we now reach Trarbach again via the Unheller Küppchen.

characteristics

Trail currently closed T 3 - Moselle mountain romanticism
medium
4:00 h
12,2 km
446 m
450 m



source Moselregion Traben-Trarbach Kröv · author: Wiebke Pfitzmann

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