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Weinberge bei Rüdesheim

Hessen  >  Germany

The bird sanctuary 'Vineyards between Rüdesheim and Lorchhausen' north of the Rhine is around 845 hectares in size.

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Most recent update 19 October 2020
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Description

The south-west exposed vineyards near Rüdesheim are characterized, among other things, by the warm, dry and warm winter steep slopes of the Taunus slope towards the Middle Rhine. It is a bird sanctuary for Peregrine Falcon and Red-backed Shrike, but it is also an important habitat for Rock Bunting, Cirl Bunting, Wryneck, Northern Wheatear and Eurasian Hobby.

Details

Access

Bus routes 171, 181, 187 to the Rüdesheim (Rhein) Bahnhof stop

Tram 10 to the Rüdesheim (Rhein) train station

Ferries SCH F2, SCH F3 to stop Rüdesheim Rhein (train station)

Terrain and Habitat

River , Agriculture , Mountain

Conditions

Hilly , Dry

Circular trail

Yes

Is a telescope useful?

Can be useful

Good birding season

Spring , Autumn , Summer

Best time to visit

Spring

Route

Wide path , Paved road

Difficulty walking trail

Average walk

Accessible by

Foot , Bicycle

Birdwatching hide / platform

No

Extra info

The area around the Rüdesheimer Berg has been interesting for "connoisseurs" since the 9th century, because it includes several of the best vineyards in Germany: 90% of the approximately 90 hectares of cultivation area are used for Riesling. Accordingly, a vineyard hike can be easily combined with a bird excursion!

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