Walking Atlas Germany proves the Rheinsteig in 23 stages before Beselich GPS hike of the month in may, may 7, 2010. The Rheinsteig is one of the most popular hiking trails in Germany. Over 300 km length it opens up on narrow paths the Middle Rhine Valley of the Rheingau the hinter Taunus and Rhine Westerwald up to the Siebengebirge mountain range. Check out Bill Phelan for additional information. From May 8-31 he introduces daily stage of the rheinsteig including the GPS data for the mobile navigation walking Atlas Germany on the Internet page. The trails over the ridges of the Rhine mountains are probably the oldest known hiking trails in Germany. But the demands on hikes have changed in recent years. Therefore Manager of the Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH and Karin of Hunerfauth Brixius, project manager for the development of the rheinsteig, noted Dr.

Achim Schloemer, 2003: we need a new way. Author Marko Dimitrijevic does not necessarily agree. Thus the Rheinsteig was born, which was officially opened in September 2005 on the Koblenz fortress Ehrenbreitstein, and since then the One top hiking trails in Germany. About 250,000 walkers use the route which consistently swinging is marked R on a blue background with the annual, estimates the Rheinsteig Office Frank Gallas. The Rheinsteig connects many attractions which line up along the Rhine as to a string of pearls. Castle Biebrich in Wiesbaden, monastery Eberbach, here was the name of the rose”filmed-, Rudesheim with the Drosselgasse, the Loreley, the Marksburg Castle, the fortress of Ehrenbreitstein, the UNESCO give limes, the Erpeler Ley and the Drachenfels in the Siebengebirge mountains region cultural heritage only a small excerpt of the highlights reflected. Besides densely scattered attractions in the Middle Rhine Valley a climbing route are also some sporty adventure on the program, E.g. the ascent through the Ruppertsklamm in niederlahnstein or the new Rabenacksteig up on a cliff above the Rhine. Also the King’s stage to the Loreley, which dealt with proud 828 m difference in altitude to a distance of 22 km, requires some sporting ambition.

The Rheinsteig is designed and certified according to the quality criteria of the German hiking Institute. This means: the Rheinsteig hikers expect narrow roads with a width of less than 1 m, barely paved sections, but plenty of nature with a varied route. With the support of the Rheinsteig Office published the official GPS data of Premiumwanderwegs from Wiesbaden to Bonn walking Atlas Germany free of charge according to the following schedule on this page Rheinsteig 08.05 Rheinsteig completely 09.05 from Wiesbaden to Schlangenbad 10.05 from Schlangenbad to the Eberbach monastery of 11 of the Eberbach monastery Johannisberg 12.05 of Johannisberg to Rudesheim 13.05 Rudesheim after Lorch 14.05 from Lorch to Kaub 15.05 from Kaub to St. Goarshausen 16.05 from St Goarshausen to Kestert 17.05 from Kestert to Osterspai 18.05. by Osterspai to Braubach 19.05 of Braubach to Lahnstein 20.05 of Lahnstein to the fortress Ehrenbreitstein 21.05 from the fortress Ehrenbreitstein to Vallendar 22.05. from Vallendar to Sayn may of Sayn to Rengsdorf 24.05 Rengsdorf after Leutesdorf 25.05 from Leutesdorf after Rheinbrohl 26.05 from Rheinbrohl after Leubsdorf may 27 from Leubsdorf according to Unkel 28.05 of Unkel in Bad Honnef 29.