Kalkeifel-Radweg: Der Nohner Wasserfall lohnt einen Zwischenstopp, © Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH/D. Ketz
  • Distance: 21.7 km
  • Duration: 2:0 h
  • Difficulty: easy

The Chalk Eifel cycle route


The cycle route runs through the Ahbach valley to connect the Kyll and Ahl cycle routes. The tour leads to a part of the Eifel which has been dominated by chalk quarrying since the Roman times, and which has many different attractions to offer. Highlights on the Eifel cycle route are the European model town of Hillesheim, Burg Kerpen castle, the Kloster Niederehe monastery and the “growing” waterfall at Dreimühlen. On forest paths and on a disused railway track almost throughout, it crosses the water divide between the Ahr and Moselle basins without steep inclines. Combined with the Ahr, Moselle, Kyll and Rhine cycle routes, shorter and longer circular trips are possible between the Ahr, Rhine, Moselle and Kyll rivers.

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  • Radwege Eifel: Wegmarkierung Logo Kalkeifel-Radweg
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Along the route

Growing waterfall Dreimühlen

Wasserfall bei Nohn, © Foto Achim Meurer, https://achimmeurer.com/
The Dreimühlen waterfall is probably the most interesting waterfall in the Eifel. It was formed from limestone deposits of three spring tributaries of the Ahbach. Due to the constant deposition, the sinter bank is constantly "growing", which is where the name "growing waterfall" comes from. Details ansehen
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More information about this route

Start: Ahrdorf am Ahr-Radweg

Destination: Hillesheim-Bolsdorf am Kyll-Radweg

Distance: 21.7 km

Duration: 2:0 h

Difficulty: easy

Ascent: 172 m

Descent: 102 m

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