Rheinsteig

Due to their good train, bus and ship connections, both Rüdesheim and Assmannshausen are optimum starting points for either one-way trails or loops. Above all, the premium hiking trail Rheinsteig, with a length of 320 km, promises “high-level hiking” between Bonn and Wiesbaden through the Upper Middle Rhine Valley UNESCO world heritage site.
You can find more information on www.rheinsteig.de/en

Rheingau Monastery Trail

The Rheingau monasteries are an important component of the cultural landscape of Rheingau. They provide insights into the past and faith, and offer a place of quiet and contemplation. This popular pilgrimage route features, for example, the Eberbach Monastery near Eltville, the Marienkirch church in Rüdesheim-Aulhausen, the Nothgottes Monastery, and the St. Hildegard Abbey. The Rheingau Monastery Trail has been awarded the title of quality trail by Wanderbares Deutschland!

Rheinsteig

Due to their good train, bus and ship connections, both Rüdesheim and Assmannshausen are optimum starting points for either one-way trails or loops. Above all, the premium hiking trail Rheinsteig, with a length of 320 km, promises “high-level hiking” between Bonn and Wiesbaden through the Upper Middle Rhine Valley UNESCO world heritage site.
You can find more information on www.rheinsteig.de/en

Rheingau Monastery Trail

The Rheingau monasteries are an important component of the cultural landscape of Rheingau. They provide insights into the past and faith, and offer a place of quiet and contemplation. This popular pilgrimage route features, for example, the Eberbach Monastery near Eltville, the Marienkirch church in Rüdesheim-Aulhausen, the Nothgottes Monastery, and the St. Hildegard Abbey. The Rheingau Monastery Trail has been awarded the title of quality trail by Wanderbares Deutschland!

Assmannshausen wild herb hiking trail

The wild herb hiking trail is located where castles, Rhine and wine come together to form a special natural and cultural landscape, which has even been awarded the status of UNESCO world heritage site. This red wine town in the Rheingau represents a unique herb experience destination. The trail passes through vineyards, past the Assmannshausen Höllenberg slope, old quarry stone walls, sparse forest edges and species-rich grasslands. The herb restaurants provide culinary offerings seasoned with herbs, wine and regional specialties. You can find more information (in German) at www.wildes-in-der-rotweinzone.de/wandern

The Rüdesheimer Hildegard Trail

The 6.7 kilometre loop leads through the vineyards to the pilgrimage church in Eibingen and the St. Hildegard Abbey. At viewpoints, you obtain insights into Hildegard’s life. The trail leads to the Brömserburg Castle and then into the Rüdesheim vineyard landscape. Through Eibingen, you reach the abbey and then continue walking along the slope with a wide view of the Rhine valley. The trail is marked with the symbol of Hildegard of Bingen, which can be found on www.bingen.de/en/hildegard-of-bingen. More information is available under www.rheingau.com/en/active/hiking/hildegard-of-bingen-trail

Assmannshausen wild herb hiking trail

The wild herb hiking trail is located where castles, Rhine and wine come together to form a special natural and cultural landscape, which has even been awarded the status of UNESCO world heritage site. This red wine town in the Rheingau represents a unique herb experience destination. The trail passes through vineyards, past the Assmannshausen Höllenberg slope, old quarry stone walls, sparse forest edges and species-rich grasslands. The herb restaurants provide culinary offerings seasoned with herbs, wine and regional specialties. You can find more information (in German) at www.wildes-in-der-rotweinzone.de/wandern

The Rüdesheim Hildegard Trail

The 6.7 kilometre loop leads through the vineyards to the pilgrimage church in Eibingen and the St. Hildegard Abbey. At viewpoints, you obtain insights into Hildegard’s life. The trail leads to the Brömserburg Castle and then into the Rüdesheim vineyard landscape. Through Eibingen, you reach the abbey and then continue walking along the slope with a wide view of the Rhine valley. The trail is marked with the symbol of Hildegard of Bingen, which can be found on www.bingen.de/en/hildegard-of-bingen. More information is available under www.rheingau.com/en/active/hiking/hildegard-of-bingen-trail

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