Hiking holidays in Rheinhessen
Who claims Germany only has bad weather? Here, you will enjoy more hours of sunshine than in any other region of the country. So, tie your laces, shoulder your rucksack, and go hiking in Rhineland-Palatinate!
Stroll through picturesque vineyards as far as your feet will carry you. Explore small villages and lively towns along the way and stop to rest at one of the many inns. In Rheinhessen, enjoyment comes first, no matter what we do.
Ambitious hikers will find the Rheinhessen stage of the St. James Pilgrim's Route from Bingen to Worms a challenging hiking trail from west to east. You can alternatively explore the flora, fauna, and geology of the hilly landscape on shorter themed trails. Particularly recommendable: The three new predicate hiking trails "Hiwweltouren" - "Hiwwel" hereby designate our characteristic local hills. But also, the famous Rhine terraces are worth a visit.
The Selztal Terroir Routes are just the thing for those looking for wonderful views and impressions. The "Kulturweg Petersberg" accompanies you in the footsteps of history and culture.
In winter, you can explore the surroundings of Jordan's Untermühle by roaming snow-covered meadows or hiking the winter landscape right outside your doorstep. The cold air and this soothing form of exercise will really whet your appetite for of a glass of wine; enjoying it by the fireplace in the Vinothek will be a great incentive.