RheinBurgenWeg

RheinBurgenWeg, Sankt Goar: Address, RheinBurgenWeg Reviews: 4.5/5

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BJ_for_Tripad
Greater London, UK14 contributions
Wonderful views of the Rhine Valley and Lorelei rock
Sep. 2017 • Couples
The weather was poor and I am shamed to admit that we drove through the village of Urbar above Sankt Goar and parked close to the Loreleyblick Maria Ruh restaurant. You can join the Rhine Castles trail at this point and visit about 3 viewpoints (there are information boards with maps) without walking far !
Written October 8, 2017
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Kent S
Niantic, CT56 contributions
Trail to Burg Rheinfels in St Goar
Aug. 2015 • Solo
If you start at the St Goar Bahnhof you can walk up to Burg Rheinfels or take a street zug from the river front. To hike up take a left after coming down the stairs from the station, then take a tunnel to the left under the tracks. Next work your way up the strairs until you have a choice of going right or left. The right will take you to Burg Rheinfels. About a 45 min hike from the station. To walk back town cross a wooden bridge near the hotel and follow the privat weg past the villa. Take left at the 1st or 2nd set of stairs back towards St Goar. The 1st left takes you by some interesting tower from the town walls. The trail is marked with a red R .
Written October 16, 2015
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IanCLondon
London278 contributions
Wonderful long-distance trail
Jul. 2015 • Solo
The Rheinburgenweg (Rhine Castles Trail) runs from Bingen to Rolandseck, between Remagen and Bonn. It takes a course much closer to the Rhine than the Rheinhöhenweg but is not above the odd plunge deep into the nearby forests. You can stay in any of the riverside settlements and use the hourly train service along the river to get to the start and end points of the section of the walk you intend to do. St Goar makes a particularly good base as its railway station is in the town centre close to several hotels. The walking involves quite a bit of up and down, but the going is very easy for the most part with only the occasional rocky or very steep section. Highly recommended!
Written July 12, 2015
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