|Length||240 km (149 mi)|
|Location||North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland-Palatinate, Hesse, Germany|
|Trailheads||Bonn→Alsheim (left side), Bonn-Beuel→Wiesbaden (right side)|
|Sights||Numerous castles at the river Rhine.|
The Rheinhöhenweg Trail is a popular hiking trail on the mountains of the Rhine Valley. It leads from the Lower Rhine in Bonn passing the Loreley up to the Upper Rhine. There is a Rheinhöhenweg Trail on both sides of the Rhine River. On the left side it goes from Bonn to Alsheim, which is to the south of Mainz, with a total length of 240 km. On the right side it goes from Bonn-Beuel to Wiesbaden with a total length of 272 km. Both trails together have a combined length of over 500 km. The Rheinhöhenweg Trail is marked by a black R on a white background. The trails on the left and on the right side are frequently connected by hiking trails called "Rheinhöhen Connection Trails", marked by the sign "RV".
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