Hängeseilbrücken im Butzerbachtal, © Eifel Tourismus GmbH, D. Ketz
  • Strecke: 9.4 km
  • Duration: 4:00 h
  • Schwierigkeit: intermediate

Roman Path


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Narrow paths lead through the forest granting spectacular views. Many traces of the Roman past lie directly on the way. The diversified path leads past the waterfalls and numerous sights. The trail runs through one of the most beautiful hiking areas in the district of Trier-Saarburg. The castle Ramstein, Genovevahöhle (cave), Celtic ring walls, parts of the Roman "Langmauer" and finally the Roman mine "Pützlöcher" can be seen on the 10 km long circular route between Kordel and Butzweiler. A hike can hardly be more exciting!

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Start: Parking Castle Ramstein

Destination: Parking Castle Ramstein

Distance: 9.4 km

Duration: 4:00 h

Difficulty: intermediate

Tour-type: Hiking

Ascent: 531 m

Descent: 531 m


  • Round tour
  • Family-friendly

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This is a demanding route but Hikers will be rewarded with numerous highlights. Start is at the cemetery in Sirzenich. The first great view is to the highest elevation "the Galgenberg". Even numerous Trier districts can be seen from here. The narrow path leads you through a dense and fairy-tale forest area. The water treading basin offers a cooler during the summer months. Narrow paths and beautiful forest paths meander towards Sirzenicher stream. Before reaching the lowest point of the tour, you will pass impressive rock formations.While reaching the city limits of Trier, the route leads over a wooden bridge to the Sirzenicher stream. From here starts the wild adventure. Following the course of the stream. 7 bridges facilitate the crossing. The Sirzenicher waterfall forms the end of this fantastic backdrop. The place is perfect for a break and to listen to the rippling of the water.From here, we walk back through the forest to Sirzenich.