Luxembourg boasts a network of footpaths extending to over 5.000 km, making it the densest network in the world. Furthermore, the national cycling tracks amount to 600 km across the Grand-Duchy. So if you’ve never hiked, cycled or mountain biked in our country, it’s high time you get your outdoor gear ready and visit Luxembourg on its numerous paths.
If you enjoy hiking, why not discover the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland via the Mullerthal Trail with its 112 km of beautiful views, strange rock formations and cultural highlights. (Copyright: Pulsa Pictures/LFT)
The Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland is also a unique cycling and mountain biking region. The cycle routes follow rivers, cross through charming villages and pass picturesque landscapes along former railway lines. (Copyright: Roman Schönfeld/LFT)
The Upper Sûre Lake with its diverse flora and fauna is located in the north of the country and can be discovered on foot or by bike. (Copyright: Ronald Jacobs/LFT)
A mountain bike tour is one of the best ways to explore the South of Luxembourg, the Red Rock Region with its industrial heritage. (Copyright: Pierre Pauquay/LFT)
The local tourist offices and municipal administrations of the Grand-Duchy have over 100 thematic walks to offer.
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