The Syre, a river with many faces

3-day-hike from the source to the river mouth 

Discover the beautiful foreland of the Guttland and Moselle regions with their old orchards, beech forests and picturesque villages. Hiking along the Syre river, you will find two important nature reserves listed in the European Natura 2000 network: the “Schlammwiss” with its wetlands, and the “Manternacher Fiels” with its impressive canyon forest and premium hiking trail, the so-called “Dream loop”. After passing the Betzdorf castle, current headquarter of the world's leading provider of satellite telecommunication services SES, you can notice that the initially small Syre river, slowly turns into a proper river with strong currents. Finally, you’ll reach the wine-growing village of Mertert along the Moselle river, where you’ll walk through its magnificent park with a pond of about 3,000 m2, a castle and an English garden. Local and regional tastings make this hike a unique experience!                             

  • 1st  stage : Syren – Munsbach railway station (RS) 
  • 2nd stage : Munsbach RS – Betzdorf RS 
  • 3rd stage : Betzdorf RS – Mertert RS

Distance: each stage counts about 16 km

Route deviations are possible due to weather conditions!

Departures of 2nd and 3rd stage can be easily reached by train. Stage 1 can be reached by car, taxi or public transport (busline n° 170).

The tour can be booked in its entirety or in individual stages with or without accommodation in one of the accommodation facilities in the region.

Current all-inclusive offer :

31.10.-02.11.2020* : 

Auberge Pèitry, Roodt-sur-Syre

*The 3-day-hike can also be booked in individual stages and without accommodation:  25€ / person / day

General information


52, route du Vin | L-5405 Bech-Kleinmacher
T. +352 26 74 78 74 | F. +352 26 74 78 94

Duration: 3 day(s)


all year

Type: On foot
Difficulty: Medium
Targets: Groups, Individuals
Languages: French, German, Luxembourgish

Number of People

Minimum: 4

Maximum: 20


Group price: 450€

Group price information
3 stages

Guided tour on the map

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