The Red Wine Trail in the Ahr Valley

As one of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany, the appeal of the Ahr Valley Red Wine Trail lies in the rural beauty of the landscape. From Bad Bodendorf via Bad Neuenahr the Red Wine Trail leads along the vine-clad slopes to Altenahr. The Red Wine Trail is 35 km long and offers hikers stunning views of the ruggedly picturesque Ahr Valley. Whether you walk the Red Wine Trail in spring, summer, autumn, or winter, you’re bound to be captivated by the charm of the Ahr Valley, with its jagged rock formations and uniquely beautiful sloping vineyards.

Full of variety and interest: the Red Wine Trail

Apart from its stunning views, the appeal of the Red Wine Trail lies in its variety. Tracing the route of the Ahr riverbed, the Red Wine Trail offers hikers a varied hiking path through stunning rural landscape. The Red Wine Trail begins on the railway forecourt at Bad Bodendorf and leads upstream through the Ahr Valley to Altenahr. Of course, it’s also possible to begin your hike through the “Valley of the Red Grapes” in Altenahr .

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The Red Wine Trail: its distances and stages

Altenahr – Mayschoß 4,0 km
Mayschoß – Rech 3,0 km
Rech – Dernau 4,0 km
Dernau – Marienthal 4,0 km
Marienthal – Walporzheim 3,1 km
Walporzheim – Ahrweiler 3,4 km
Ahrweiler – Bad Neuenahr 6,7 km
Bad Neuenahr – Heppingen 2,3 km
Heppingen – Heimersheim 1,1 km
Heimersheim – Lohrsdorf 1,4 km
Lohrsdorf – Bad Bodendorf 2,0 km
Overall Length 35 km