© Mosellandtouristik GmbH, Dominik Ketz, Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH

Cycle tour around Cochem - Tour 1: Round trip on the Mosel Cycle Path via Bremm to Cochem

  • easy
  • 53,58 km
  • 3 hours 48 minutes
  • 49 m
  • 116 m
  • 80 m
  • 60 / 100
  • 20 / 100

The Mosel Cycle Path accompanies the Moselle in all its curves and loops and a wide variety of landscapes, mostly directly near the shore. Today's tour takes you from Cochem via Bremm back to Cochem.

You start in Cochem, from where you follow the Mosel Cycle Path upstream.

Passing the beautiful wine villages of Ernst, Ellenz-Poltersdorf, Senhals, Nehren and Ediger-Eller, you will reach the wine village of Bremm in the heart of the Calmont region after about 25.5 kilometers. At the height of Neef you cross the Moselle bridge to start your way back.

The route continues down the Moselle - from the monastery ruins of Stuben partly on an unpaved farm track - until shortly before Senheim. Via Mesenich and Briedern you finally reach the famous town of Beilstein with the ruins of Metternich Castle. You follow the Mosel Cycle Path to the right of the Mosel via Bruttig-Fankel and Valwig to Cochem-Cond, where you cross the Moselle bridge to finally reach your starting point Cochem again after about 54 kilometers.

Along the route, numerous restaurants, wine taverns and wine farms invite you to make a stop.

General information


Mainly flat terrain along the Moselle. The path is mainly asphalted, in some places paved or gravelled. 

Getting there
Public transit

Viele Wege führen an die Mosel. Ob mit Bahn oder Auto/Wohnmobil, die Mosel ist immer eine Reise wert. Die folgenden Informationen können dir nützlich bei deiner Reiseplanung sein. 


  • Crushed Rock (10%)
  • Street (25%)
  • Asphalt Coating (20%)
  • Unknown (27%)
  • Path (6%)
  • Hiking Trail (12%)


This tour is presented by: Mosel. Faszination Urlaub, Author: Mosellandtouristik GmbH

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