The “Aquatower” Berdorf allows you to dive into the fascinating world of water at a height of 55 meters.
The 1,250 m treetop walk and its spectacular view tower overlooking the Saarschleife (the Saar Loop) have been open to the public since the 2016. Experience the unique landscape and landmark of the Saarland from a new perspective!
Berdorf is widely known for its great climbing and bouldering spots.
The Golf Club Christnach is located in Little Switzerland and next to the German-Luxembourg Nature Park. It offers you rounds of golf in a wonderful landscape which combines the feeling of golf and pure nature. National and international championships take place on this 18-Hole Course.
Come and unwind in the Moselle valley. Flowing between the vineyards where the grapes for the great Moselle wine ripen, the romantic Moselle river froms the border between the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and Germany. This is a region to be explored at leisure, whether by boat, by bicycle or on foot.
And just a few kilometers from the river a different yet equally enchanting landscape awaits discovery! Here, you can wander through scattered orchards, stroll through tranquil villages, and breathe in the clean air of our hills and meadows.
Simply unwind in Luxembourg’s Moselle Region!
On a length of 112 km, the Mullerthal Trail passes through all the natural particularities of the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s “Little Switzerland”. Natural paths lead through forests and pastures and can be combined with impressive canyons and bizarre rock formations.
The Municipal Administration of Vianden is proud to present the new “Ourdall Promenade” between Stolzembourg and Vianden. This marked trail, which can be enjoyed by both hikers and cyclists, extends for 8.5 km along the lower basin of the Our. Fascinating impressions as well as a dozen information panels inform people about the history of the region, the river, borders, industry, etc.
The 8.5 km course can be easily used by people of all ages, and in many places there is a way to organize the bus return (Line 570). The most ambitious can also walk the Ourdall Promenade and then take the connected circuits for their return, such as the Nat’Our Route 4 and Nat’Our Route 5. The main departure points with parking and bus stop are for the northern part. from the promenade the border bridge of Stolzembourg / Keppeshausen, in the middle of the cemetery in Bivels and for the southern part the cemetery in Vianden. Additional information can be found on the Vianden tourist information website (www.vianden-info.lu)
We allow ourselves to give you some impressions of the walk, and we invite you to come and visit our region with these splendid views and its unspoilt nature.
Source, text, links and photos: vianden.lu