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We parked the car in Bremm an completed an approximately 10 km loop which partly included the klettersteig, but also the berg kapelle (mountain chapel) and the gipfel kreuz (mountain cross). The walk gives you breathtaking views across the horseshoe bend of the Mosel river...More
The Moselle valley from Trier to Koblenz is a little gem along the Moselle river. Surrounded by impressive slopes and vineyards, it is worth the trip. I did not expect though to see a so astonishing view at Bremm. Along the Calmont Klettersteig path you...More
this place is one of the many scenic places along the river. this one being special that it's the most steep vineyard along the river. if you're up for it you can walk/climb up and end with a rewarding view
We did the hike from Bremm and then the loop up the mountain and back to Bremm. It took us three hours, but we stopped a few times and my wife took it very carefully on the way back down the steep slopes. Some parts...More
My 15-year-old daughter and myself had a nice climb on Calmont Klettersteig, crossing what is considered Europe's steepest vinyards. The whole trip took us about 2.5 hours plus some picnick time. Other than my daughter I found some bits a little challenging (e.g. climbing up...More
The drive from north to Bremm is amazing. As it takes from behind the valley up to the spot. Through the farms and on narrow roads. The best time to reach would be after dawn or before dusk. Make sure you reach well before to...More
the steep climb up the klettersteig gives you a sense of achievement, breathe the fresh air, enjoy the forests, vineyards, stunning views and nature. If you dislike heights, narrow paths and strong shoes and want a gentler walk to the top of the Klettersteig, take...More