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Contact (Route)

D-55606 Kirn
Telefon 0 67 52 / 13 76 10


Deutscher Wanderverband
Wilhelmshöher Allee 157-159
D-34121 Kassel

Tel.: +49 (0)561-93873-0

Weinwanderweg Rhein-Nahe

Length, Start/End
98km, Kirn - Bingen am Rhein
Highest elevation: 327m

Altitude profile
Weinwanderweg Rhein-Nahe


1. Kirn - Weiler bei Monzingen 13 km
2. Weiler bei Monzingen - Staudernheim 15 km
3. Staudernheim - Niederhausen 17 km
4. Niederhausen - Bad Kreuznach 17 km
5. Bad Kreuznach - Guldental 18 km
6. Guldental - Bingen a. Rhein 18 km

Just outside the town is the Tullius Tusculanum winery in Bad Sobernheim-Steinhardt, where you can sample the wines made on-site and sit down to a Roman meal in authentically styled surroundings.

Through vineyards along the Nahe river to the Rhine

The Nahe river is a tributary of the Rhine known for the enchanting beauty of its valley. Internationally famous in wine circles, the region is also popular with walkers in the know. The route offers safe and easy walking, mainly on vineyard paths with numerous idyllic resting spots and spectacular viewpoints. And for those wishing to stop off for a glass of Nahe wine, there are plenty of wineries and traditional vintner's taverns along the way.

Variety and quality are hallmarks shared by the Nahe wine and the trail that explores the region where they are made. Mighty rock faces, deep ravines, imposing castles, broad forests, lush meadows and charming wine-growing villages line the route between the banks of the Nahe and the forests of the Soonwald-Nahe nature reserve. Beginning in Kirn, the trail runs the length of the Middle and Upper Nahe wine-growing regions before it ends where the river joins the Rhine at Bingen.

Here, the emphasis is firmly on enjoying the finer things in life. The Nahe region is, after all, famous for its spiessbraten (onion-marinated and flame-grilled steaks) accompanied by a delicious locally produced wine. Hills covered with row upon row of vines roll gently from the wooded uplands to the banks of the Nahe. Vibrant green in the spring and summer, the leafy trees turn wonderful shades of auburn and brown in the autumn, and connoisseurs flock to the region to taste the new season's wine. Running mainly along gravel or asphalt tracks that open up the vineyards to walkers, the wine trail can be walked in all weather. Circular trails on either side of the route offer further insights into the world of wine in the region.

Travel Information

Public transport: The towns at the start/end of the route are easily accessible by train; many places en route are served by buses from the Rhine-Nahe transport network.


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