Located between the Rheinsteig and the Eifelsteig, the Moselsteig is a bit of the underdog when it comes to hiking in Germany. The Moselsteig Trail has not been around as long as its two 'big' brothers and not every hiker has heard of it. This makes the Moselsteig perhaps Germany's best-kept hiking secret. Follow the footsteps of the Romans, discover the most beautiful vineyards, and end your hiking days with a delicious glass of wine. The good life can be found on the banks of the Mosel River. Read our blog post, check out the route and stages, and prepare yourself for the Moselsteig. Auf geht's!
The 365-kilometer Moselsteig is divided into 24 stages that can be walked in both directions. The Moselsteig follows the entire German Mosel River from Perl on the German-French-Luxembourg border to the mouth of the river at the Deutsches Eck in Koblenz. Koblenz is also the finish point of the Eifelsteig Trail the starting point of the famous Rheinsteig Trail.