Eifel Active

Hiking Experience

More and more people are drawn to fresh air in their free time to recover from the stress of everyday life. The Eifel on the edge of the Rhine/Ruhr region offers the ideal routes for all levels of difficulty, but also for every time window.
On the optimally signposted long-distance hiking trail Eifelsteig hikers' hearts beat faster for a week or two. Most hikers walk these routes on day trips and thus gain an impression of the diversity of the Eifel landscape. The EifelSchleifen and EifelSpuren are also popular, varied circular hiking trails between 4 and 22 km.



Sporty through the Eifel

The Eifel is an El Dorado for cyclists of all kinds. No matter if you prefer a leisurely ride on one of the numerous cycle paths or cross-country by mountain bike through forest and mud. Racing cyclists train their fitness on one of the many climbs in the area or test their fitness at the mountain time trial in the neighbouring village of Fuchshofen.

The Nürburgring also offers a wide range of activities for all interests around biking with its Rad Arena.

We also have e-bikes ready for you... Feel free to talk to us!

Children in the Eifel

For children the Eifel is a big playground. Here the little ones can and do let off steam. On beautiful summer days you can go swimming in the nearby Freilinger Lake or splash around in the Ahr. Bad weather can be bridged wonderfully in the Eifelbad Bad Münstereifel, where the big adventure slide is great fun! The whole family will have a great day in the Eifelpark Gondorf, a successful mixture of amusement park and game reserve.  In the game parks of Daun, Kasselburg or Gerolstein, young and old alike will get their money's worth. Some are even home to wolves and bears. Only 10 minutes by car from Landhaus am Aremberg is a small idyll. The Eifalia butterfly garden is an unexpected highlight!

Green Hell

The Nürburgring and its legendary Nordschleife is cult and myth at the same time! Even people without petrol in their blood are fascinated by the Ring. F1 driver Sir Jackie Stewart unceremoniously christened the 20.83-kilometre-long track of the Nordschleife "Green Hell" and even today you still have the opportunity to "enjoy" the constant ups and downs with your own car during the tourist drives. Those who like it even faster, simply get into the Ring-Taxi including a professional driver.
On beautiful days a large number of spectators gather along the track and cheer on the big and small racing drivers, rubber smell is guaranteed!
In the Ring°Werk, the motorsport experience museum, you get very close to the myth of the Nürburgring..