The tour starts in Bockenheim, near Worms, and runs in a north-south direction to Schweigen-Rechtenbach, located on the border to Alsace. Over a length of approx. 100 km, you will experience a varied landscape with wide views.
The trail leads mainly through the Palatinate vineyards, but also meanders repeatedly into the foothills of the UNESCO biosphere reserve Pfälzerwald, incidentally the largest contiguous forest area in Germany. Numerous rest and refreshment stops, including the rustic Palatinate Forest huts, famous wine villages, but also sights from different eras, such as Hambach Castle or Villa Ludwigshöhe, invite you to make a stop. It's easy to sample wines from the Palatinate winegrowers. The connections to train and bus stops are ideal, allowing individual stage planning.