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Fall colors & hiking in the Moselle region

OK – I know that “Fall colors & hiking in the Moselle region” isn’t the most exciting name for a blog but I hope that the preview picture(s) still made you curious enough to stop by on our website and check out this post about our weekend in the Moselle region. This is the region in Germany where they make the best Riesling wines, where they have the steepest vineyard in Europe and where they have the most amazing hikes. They have awesome food, exciting Klettersteigs (Via Ferrata) and über friendly locals. But more important: their fall colors were beyond impressive. Longer blogs will follow after our upcoming trip for Nepal, but for now we’ll share some pictures with you. Maybe, if you hurry up, you can still drive over and catch some of the colors. We hope you’ll enjoy our pictures of the fall colors & hiking in the Moselle region!

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(Disclaimer: we were guests of the Moselle region on this trip)
Want to read more about our (hiking) trips in Germany? Then you may enjoy those:
Hiking in the Harz: climbing Brocken
5 Magic Moments: the Rothaarsteig in pictures
The Urban Outdoors of Munich
Thank you for sharing!


Anto is a 30-something outdoor fan who travels the world about 100 days a year, combined with a full-time office job. She loves to go hiking, enjoys a good class of wine and can usually be found with an iPhone in her hand. Favorite destinations: New Zealand, Patagonia, Austria and Alaska.


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