details of the routes

Circuit M4 Medernach, 7.1 km ± 2,0 h, level of difficulty easy, Departure at Town Hall Medernach, alongside Ernz Blanche, Leedebaach, Villa Arend-Fixmer, Knepgen, then back to Town Hall Medernach. 
Circuit M5 Medernach, 8,4 km ± 2,5 h, level of difficulty medium, Departure at Town Hall Medernach, towards Fiirtgen, Reineschhaff, Gillenshaff, Schwanterhaff, Villa Arend-Fixmer, Knepgen, then back to Town Hall Medernach. 
Circuit E6 Ermsdorf, 7,1 km +-2,0 h, level of difficulty hard, Departure at Ermsdorf cemetary, towards Eppeldorf, through the village of Ermsdorf back to the cemetary
Circuit E7 Ermsdorf,4,1 km +-1,25 h, level of difficulty easy, Departure at Ermsdorf, Gilsduerferstrooss, towards Wéssert forest, passing Brücherheck and back to Ermsdorf Gilsduerferstrooss.
Circuit E8 Ermsdorf, 6,2 km +-2,0 h, level of difficulty medium, Departure in Stegen, through forests Groussreiserbésch, Gebranntebësch, via Haasselbierg back to Stegen.
Circuit E9 Ermsdorf, 6,1 km +-2,0 h, level of difficulty medium, Departure at Folkendange, towards Moserhaff, Schroedeschhaff, above Reisermillen back to Folkendange.
Auto Pédestre Ermsdorf, 6,6 km +-2,0 h, level of difficulty medium, Departure at Ermsdorf church, towards Eppeldorf, before Eppeldorf towards Neimillen, above Neimillen back towards Ermsdorf Gilsduerferstrooss and the church.
Auto Pédestre Nommern   level of difficulty hard, Departure Parking Route Nommern - Larochette, Noumerlé'en and its rocks with remains of a roman camp (Aalbuurg) Return towards parking.
Auto Pédestre Nommern 2, 7,0 km ± 2,0 h, level of difficulty medium, Departure at Town Hall Nommern, towards Ale Wee, Seitert, then back to Town Hall Nommern. All routes are signposted in both directions.
Circuit L1 - Larochette, 2.3 km ± 0,75 h, level of difficulty medium, Departure at Town Hall Larochette, via Osterbur towards castle and then back to Town Hall.
Circuit L2 - Larochette, 8,8 km, ± 2,5 h, evel of difficulty easy, Departure at Town Hall Larochette, passing next to Castle Meysembourg, back to "Verluerenkascht" and Town Hall. Download Route on the right side 
Circuit L3 Larochette, 11,5 km, ± 3,5 h, level of difficulty medium, Departure at Town Hall Larochette towards Himmelsbierg, Teiperlay, Soup (Heffingen), Ernzen, Meysembourg, Goudelterhaff, Weyderterhaff then back to Town Hall.
Circuit L4 Larochette, 11,0 km, ± 4,0 h  level of difficulty hard, Departure at Town Hall Larochette then Goudelterhaff, the Nommerlayen Rocks with remains of a roman camp (Aalbuurg), Olymp, chapel, castle, then back to Town Hall. 
Circuit L5-Larochette, 6,7 km, ± 2,0 h, level of difficulty medium, Departure at Town Hall Larochette, castle, Heischenkreuz, camping Kengert, Eisenkimmerchen, Uelegsmillen, Medernach then back to Town Hall. 
Auto Pédestre Larochette, 11,0 km, ± 3,5 h, level of difficulty hard, Departure at Town Hall Larochette, on the tracks of the former train Jhangeli, Verluerenkascht, Chapelle St Roch, Castle, Osterbour, Leedebaach, Himmelsbierg then back to Town Hall.

 

Walking tours through mysterious rocky landscapes and enchanting woods in Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland.

The Mullerthal Trail with its 112 km is composed by 3 big tracks (Route 1, Route 2, Route 3). Route 1 and Route 2 pass through the City of Echternach which is largely known as the cultural and historic highlight of the region.

The three routes each have their distinction: Besides the cultural highlights, Route 1 shows the typical landscape elements which are the rocks, forests and pastures.

Route 2 passes through the heart of Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland and offers most spectacular rock formations.

Route 3 features next to the rock formations many stream valleys and romantic castles.

The routes are all connected but can also be hiked separately. The hikes are all quite individual as departures can be undertaken from the various localities.

Furthermore, the Mullerthal Trail offers four tracks, the ExtraTours, which can also be characterized as very attractive hiking tracks. They can be considered as departures as well as additional tours when all the other hikes have been undertaken already.

The Mullerthal Trail and the ExtraTours have been signalled completely which gives you a great feeling of security and prevents from having bad surprises.

more information: : www.mullerthal-trail.lu