Hiking in silence
Hiking on Wisper Trails
The new Wisper Trails comprises a total of 14 circular hiking trails, 1 round walking route and a 44-kilometer route. With the certification by the German Hiking Institute, "Premium hiking in the Wispertaunus" has officially been a reality since 2019. Where the two natural areas Wispertal and Taunus meet, there is an almost untouched hiking area.
The new Wisper Trails includes a total of 14 round hiking trails and a 44-kilometer long route.
With the certification of the German Hiking Institute "Premium Hiking in Wispertaunus" now officially becomes reality. Where the two natural areas of Wispertal and Taunus meet, there is an almost untouched hiking area.
On the way to happiness
Exactly 9.3 kilometers, the trail "Rhein-Wisper-Glück" leads lucky seekers through a world of wonders. "This circular route offers great views over the Rhine Valley, which accompany the hiker over long distances and constantly changing," it says on the website of the German Hiking Institute. Quaint forests, dry stone walls, heat-loving vegetation, old vineyards and cultural and historical treasures, such as the castle ruine “Nollig”, are right on the path. Ninety percent of the way is nature's path and make your feet happy.
"The truth lies in wine" - In Vino Veritas
On this beautiful 9.5 km long Wisper Trail you should definitely have a glass of wine with you and enjoy the wonderful views on one of the benches built for this purpose. And those who have not yet been to the Rhine Valley will be amazed and pay their respects to the wine. Because right at the beginning of the trail, on the steep ascent to the World Heritage vineyard, you will understand how strenuous wine growing is in the Middle Rhine Valley. You start directly from the Hotel Im Schulhaus. Do not forget to take a packed lunch - our "lunch break" - with you for a rest.
Information about the Wisper Trails
Interesting facts about the 16 Wisper Trails, such as route descriptions, temporary closures and impassable areas, access, parking and refreshment stops and much more are described in detail on the Wisper Trails website. You can also find the latest news on the Wisper Trails Facebook page.