The Lahn Cycle Path 2014

The Lahn flows from the Rothaargebirge mountain range towards the Rhine between the Westerwald and Taunus mountain range. Even though it was made navigable up until Wetzlar in the 19th century, it has retained its natural character and flows through one of Hesse’s largest nature conservation areas. It is accompanied by the Lahn Cycle Path, which takes you through the charming towns Marburg, Wetzlar, Limburg and Bad Ems. There are many monasteries, castles and fortresses along the way. The Dutch royal dynasty and the Luxembourgish dukes also originated in the Lahn valley and the duchy of Nassau. Search for traces of the past or simply enjoy your cycle holiday on pleasant cycle paths in a region, which is still undiscovered by many.


The Lahn Cycle Path- an insiders´ tip among cycle paths

Cyclist, Bad Ems


Old castles- Important monasteries

Castle RunkelCathedral, Limburg


Beautiful and green cycle paths await you at the Lahn

Cyclist at the Lahn


There is much to discover at the Lahn Cycle Path. We are looking forward to your visit!

Simon Mink - The Lahn Cycle Path Service

Simon Mink

Managing Director
Radweg-Reisen GmbH