Moselle cycle path Zell (Mosel) - Cochem
- start: Town hall Zell (Mosel) or one of the places on the round tour
- destination: Cochem or one of the other places on the round tour
- 36,36 km
- 2 hours 30 minutes
- 56 m
- 121 m
- 80 m
- 40 / 100
- 60 / 100
Encounter with the "Zeller Schwarze Katz" and the steepest vineyard in Europe.
The Moselle cycle path begins at the "Zeller Schwarze Katz" fountain in Zell (Mosel), over the historic railway bridge in Bullay, it goes to the left side of the Moselle and from there straight on to Cochem. Alf is nestled between the forest and vineyards. Passing the Alfer Baachspauter, it goes to St. Aldegund - with its lovingly restored half-timbered houses, the journey continues to Bremm. The wine village, with its narrow, winding streets, lies at the foot of the steepest vineyard in Europe - the Calmont. Those who face the challenge of climbing the steepest vineyard in Europe on the "Calmont via ferrata" will find one of the most beautiful views over the Moselle valley at the summit cross. The bike tour continues along the idyllic wine towns of Ediger-Eller, Nehren and Senhals to Ellenz-Poltersdorf. Here you have the opportunity to take a ferry to the other bank of the Moselle to visit Beilstein, the "Sleeping Beauty of the Moselle" with its small alleys, the famous half-timbered backdrop and the Metternich Castle looming over the town. Back on the left bank of the Moselle, the stage destination Cochem is finally reached via Ernst. The picturesque town offers the best conditions for the end of the day: winding streets lead to the market square with its old gabled houses, the baroque town hall and the Martinsbrunnen. You can stroll along the lively Moselle promenade between wine bars and cafés. The imposing Imperial Castle from the 11th century dominates the cityscape from almost every perspective and is definitely worth a visit.
Start: "Zeller Schwarze Katz" fountain - town hall Zell (Mosel) - cross the street and follow the course of the Moselle to Bullay - there cross the railway bridge and turn right onto the Moselle cycle path in the direction of Alf - at the roundabout take the first right in the direction of St. Aldegund - follow the cycle path to Bernkastel-Kues.
Bike equipment required
The museums in the region have a lot to offer. Immerse yourself in bygone times and learn everything about viticulture and life on the Moselle. Wine and local history museum of the city of Zell (Mosel).
Wine and local history museum of the town of Zell (Mosel)
Zell (Mosel): change to the opposite side of the Moselle via the B53 (via the Bullay double-decker bridge or the Zell-Kaimt car bridge). Then straight on to the market square (Rathaus, Balduinstr. 44, 56856 Zell (Mosel).
Cochem: via the B49
Zell (Mosel): chargeable parking along the Moselle promenade. Free parking spaces in the streets "Brandenburg" and "Zum Bahnhof".
Cochem: Most parking spaces in Cochem are chargeable. There is a large car park behind the train station.
via the Bullay and Cochem train stations
Mosel-Radweg Perl-Koblenz ISBN 978-3-89920-198-7
Cycling and hiking map Cochem-Zell ISBN 978-3-7473-0097-8
Available at the Tourist Information Zeller Land, Balduinstr. 44, 56856 Zell (Mosel)
- Asphalt Coating (3%)
- Street (11%)
- Unknown (85%)
- Path (1%)
This tour is presented by: zeller-land-tourenerfassung, Author: Zeller Land Tourismus GmbH