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Stage 5 :
From Sankt Vith
to Burg Reuland

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From Sankt Vith to Burg-Reuland
Nature's Beauty : Pedal through the Our Valley

Cross idyllic landscapes along the Our, pass through the Lommersweiler tunnel, and finish with a spectacular panoramic view from the ruins of Reuland Castle.

  14,7 km

Distance

  1/3

Difficulty

  1h00

Duration

  Multi-stage

Route

Discover the beauty of East Belgium
on your way through nature

Practical Information

Public Transport

www.letec.be

Equipment

Suitable for all types of bicycles

GPS

50.280562, 6.130216

Adress for your GPS:
Vennbahnstrasse 2, 4780 St. Vith

GPX data stage:

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Difficulty level

Easy

Tourist information offices on the stage

TI St. Vith
TI Reuland-Ouren

Stage 5

From Sankt Vith to Burg-Reuland

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Stage 5

From Sankt Vith to Burg-Reuland

The fifth stage of the Vennbahn starts at the former railway station in Sankt Vith and leads you past Neidingen through small river meadows and idyllic landscapes. On the way, you will pass a coolish tunnel in Lommersweiler, which will take you to the picturesque valley of the Our. After a few kilometres, the charming chapel of Weweler appears on the horizon, perched high on the Our hill near Reuland. From here, your stage destination Burg-Reuland is not far away. Make sure to enjoy the the wonderful view of the Our valley from the top of the castle ruins in Reuland.

Sankt Vith: Museum and Picturesque Landscapes

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Sankt Vith: Museum and Picturesque Landscapes

The former railway station building of Sankt Vith now houses the museum "Zwischen Venn und Schneifel" ("Between the Fens and the Schneifel"). Here, the eventful history of Sankt Vith is vividly documented. After the visit, you can immerse yourself into nature again and enjoy the picturesque landscapes between Neidingen and Lommersweiler along the Braunlauf river.

Lommersweiler Tunnel and Burg-Reuland Castle Ruins

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Lommersweiler Tunnel and Burg-Reuland Castle Ruins

In Lommersweiler, the route leads you through an exciting tunnel, at the end of which you'll enter the scenic Our Valley. After a short detour to Germany via the village of Hemmeres, the chapel of Weweler announces Burg-Reuland. While the café in Burg-Reuland is the perfect place for a rest, you should take the opportunity to visit the castle ruins after your break. The fifth stage of the Vennbahn ends right here in Burg-Reuland.

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Find your way

Follow these signs.

 

Safety notice: A few tips for a trouble-free journey

  • Use of the Vennbahn cycling and hiking trail is at your own risk
  • No liability is assumed for any damage resulting from negligence on the part of the user
  • The Vennbahn is only for use by non-motorised traffic (speed limit: 30 km/h, E-bikes: max. 25 km/h, E-Scooter: max. 18 km/h)
  • The respective national Highway Code shall apply
  • The markings and signposting shall always be decisive
  • Always proceed at a controlled speed so that you can avoid any obstacles in good time
  • In case of an accident, call 112 and tell them your location

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Frequently Asked Questions

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The fifth stage of the Vennbahn starts in Sankt Vith.

The museum on the former station site in St. Vith, the Lommersweiler tunnel, and the castle ruins of Reuland are among the highlights of the fifth stage of the Vennbahn.