Up and down, the Wiedweg, sometimes as a path, sometimes as a trail, leads over and along the Wied in a varied and eventful way. Attractive views are guaranteed!
The Wiedweg is divided into seven sections and can be hiked individually: The Wiedweg is a "modern classic" among the Westerwald hiking trails. Making it a "Quality Trail Wanderbares Deutschland" certified by the German Hiking Association was a special challenge. The Westerwald Association marked the first route back in 1992, and in May 2009 the association opened a newly designed adventure trail along the Wied. Especially in the upper reaches, numerous changes were made to the route in the area of the nature reserve. The hiker is now guided through the beauties of the Westerwald as close to nature and water as possible. Up and down it goes through meadows and forests with unforgettable views on the approximately 100 kilometre long Wiedweg.
The Wiedweg, which is a good 100 km long, owes its name to the river of the same name. As the longest river in the Westerwald, the Wied meanders from its source at the Westerwälder Seeenplatte to its mouth at the Rhine in Neuwied.
By car via the A3 to the Montabaur exit, via the B255 and B8 to Freilingen and the L303 to Linden.
To the starting point: Take bus line 115 to Hachenburg and from there continue by taxi to Linden to the Wiedquelle.
No direct connection between Neuwied-Irlich and Linden. We recommend the transfer with a taxi company.
57629 Linden (approx. 500 m from Wiedquelle): Wiedbachhalle, Waldstraße 12 & Linden cemetery, end of Waldstraße.
56567 Neuwied-Irlich: Kurtrierer Straße 24
Not suitable for prams
Not suitable for wheelchair users
Sturdy shoes recommended!