Fahrrad fahren in der Nordeifel, © Eifel Tourismus, D. Ketz

Eifel Peak Route with De­tour to Vo­gels­ang

Nordeifel Tour­is­mus GmbH

3 nights’ ac­com­mod­a­tion with break­fast in a double room, packed lunches, lug­gage trans­fer, cyc­ling map for dis­trict of Eu­skirchen, pub­lic trans­port pass

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The 230-kilometre-long Eifel Peak Route is a varied and physically challenging cycling trail. Your efforts will be rewarded, however, with breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside. The diverse highlights along the way include Blankenheim with its castle, Oleftal dam, the Wohlfahrt show mine, Hellenthal Wildlife Park and Raptor Centre, the historic old town of Monschau, the Rursee, Urftsee and Obersee lakes, Vogelsang International Park, the LVR Open-Air Museum in Kommern, Mechernich mining museum, the nuclear bunker near Kall and the nature discovery centre in Nettersheim.

The start and end points of this tour are both on the Cologne to Trier railway line, so you can easily arrive and depart by train. It is also possible to start and finish at different points on request.


First stage: Blankenheim – Hellenthal (70 km)
Second stage: Hellenthal – Gemünd (70 km)
Third stage: Gemünd – Blankenheim (50 km)

Included in the package

  •         3 nights’ accommodation in a double room with breakfast
  •         Luggage transfer
  •         Cycling map for the district of Euskirchen
  •         “Gästecard” public transport pass



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Travel period

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2021

Duration in days



From EUR 189.00 per person sharing a double room


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Fahrrad fahren in der Nordeifel, © Eifel Tourismus, D. Ketz
Fahrrad fahren in der Nordeifel, © Nordeifel Tourismus GmbH, Eifel Tourismus, D. Ketz
Ausflug in die Nordeifel, © Apart Fotodesign - Nordeifel Tourismus GmbH
Fahrrad fahren auf der Eifel-Höhen-Route, © Apart Fotodesign - Nordeifel Tourismus GmbH

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