- You're traveling a distance of 8 miles on this moderate trail. The average length of all hikes in the Saarland is 27 miles.
- The hike is one of the family friendly trails in the region. What’s even better: You can also bring the family’s best friend on this dog friendly hike.
- You shouldn’t forget to bring your hiking boots. There are some sections on the trail where sturdy footwear is required. There are places to buy beverages and food along the track. However it’s always recommended to bring enough water and food along with you.
Starting in Weierweiler, the Georgi Panoramic Tour really keeps what it name already promises. Through Ruwerbachtal natural reserve, you hike past fields, meadows, and swamps. At Hölzbachtal, another natural reserve, you walk through pristine nature, and finally get to the spot that gave this trail its name: the unique panoramic view over Mitlosheim. Hiking on over hills and valleys, you get to enjoy more views, and finally walk back to Weierweiler.
As parts of the trail are wet, and you walk through thick forests at times, you should opt for sturdy shoes and robust clothing.
Follow motorway A1 to Nonnweiler-Primstal. In Primstal, keep left and drive onto L148 to get to Dagstuhl. Turn right towards Wadern, where you change onto L151 towards Weiskirchen. Just before that village, turn left onto L152 and keep towards Nunkirchen/Schmelz. This way gets you to Thailen, where you keep right at the centre to get to Weierweiler.
Alternatively, take motorway A8 and exit at Merzig, where you continue towards Losheim on L157. Just before Losheim you reach B268, turn right and change onto L157 towards Weiskirchen. Just before leaving Rappweiler, keep right to get the smaller road to Weierweiler.
There is space for cars at car park Batschweiler Weg.
You can take a train to Merzig, where bus number R1 will take you to Mitlosheim hassler, or to Rappweiler Kirche, both of which are only a few minutes' walk from where this tour starts.