Distance : 53 Km Duration : 03:30 Difficulty : Easy
Your hiking or cycling experience.
Find, plan and track your trails using GPX files
- Download a GPX or KML application. Simply search for a GPX or KML reader in your Appstore.
- Download the GPX or KML file below with your trail information and open it with the app.
- Start your bike tour and stay on track
The tour is accessible from 31 July to 29 August and leads through the valley of the Sauer as well as along the Moselle. From Wasserbillig, the tour leads across the open plateau.
After starting the tour in Wasserbillig, you first cycle along the Moselle and then up the hill to the village of Münschecker. From there you cycle to Manternach, which also has a train station, and you then continue on to Berbourg. Shortly after Bech, you join the PC2 national cycle path and ride to Wolpert. You pass through a tunnel under the N11 road. From Wolpert, you cycle to Consdorf and Scheidgen. From here, you cycle leisurely down into the valley to Echternach, where a visit to the medieval town centre is recommended. The route continues along the Sûre river. You pass through some picturesque villages here and then cycle through Moersdorf. From a tourist point of view, all these villages belong to the Mullerthal region – Luxembourg’s “Little Switzerland”. You cycle along the PC3 national cycle path, enjoying views of the Sûre valley. After Moersdorf, you enter the Moselle region, known for its wine, vineyards and beautiful villages.
You start the tour in Wasserbillig and first cycle along the Moselle, then you begin the climb up to Münschecker. Incidentally, there is a train station in Wasserbillig. After Münschecker you ride on to Manternach and then begin a slightly longer stretch to Berbourg and Bech. Shortly after Bech, you take the PC2 cycle path to Wolpert, where you ride through a tunnel beneath the N11 national road. From there, you cycle to Consdorf and then on to Scheidgen. Before the leisurely ride from Scheidgen down into the valley to Echternach, you pass through the impressive “canyon” gorge. From Echternach you cycle along the PC 3 national cycle path along the Sûre towards Rosport. The first village you pass along the Sûre is Steinheim, where you can take a break at the Hotel Gruber. Then continue to the right along the edge of the forest and, after crossing the N10 before Rosport, you pass the production site of the famous Rosport table water. Rosport is also the birthplace of the inventor of lead accumulators, Henri Tudor. The Musée Tudor is dedicated to him and is located next to the premises of the Rosport municipal administration.
Continue along the cycle path the Sûre river. You will then come to Hinkel, where you can take a break at the “Kulturhaff Millermoler”, which is located directly on the cycle path. The tour then continues to Born, where the famous Ramborn Cider is produced, and where you can enjoy refreshments at the Op der Terraass restaurant.
You then pass through Moersdorf and reach Mertert, where the Sûre flows into the Moselle, and then you arrive back at the starting point in Wasserbillig.
The tour can be started at any point and will be signposted and accessible in both directions from 31 July to 29 August.
Even if you are travelling on roads with reduced traffic, please follow the traffic regulations and bear in mind that residents and farmers may cross your path.
Closed roads (note: residents may pass):
● CR 137 Berbourg – Bech
Along the “Vëlosummer” routes, cyclists can collect stickers and win great prizes. When you buy something, have a drink, eat or pay admission at one of the participating businesses, you receive a sticker. You can stick these on a collection card in the handy postcard format (available in the participating businesses). Once you’ve collected five stickers, you can enter the competition by sending in the card.
By bus or train to Wasserbillig. The round trip can also be started at other places, e.g. Mertert, Manternach, Echternach or Rosport.
Parking in Wasserbillig, Mertert, Echternach and Rosport.
Visit the Tudor Musée in Rosport and browse around the Ramborn Shop in Born and try one of the delicious ciders there.