Walkers can explore the forests, canyons and towering rock formations of the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s “Little Switzerland” – or follow the Moselle river that makes up a natural border with Germany. Enthusiasm peaked at an all-time high in 2020: for example, the iconic Mullerthal Trail was visited by over 160,000 hikers during the year.

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hiking in LuxembourgMullerthal Trail: 112 km through the natural unique terrain of Little Switzerland

Escapardenne Lee Trail & Eislek Trail: 158 km across the Belgian-Luxembourgish Ardennes

NaturWanderPark delux: 170 km along the rivers Sûre and Our including 9 cross-border routes between Germany and Luxembourg

Photo: © Alfonso Solgueiro

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