Mont Blanc Ascent

Firstly may I just say I absolutely loved the Mont Blanc trip, and when talking to the other climbers who had gone with other agencies, our trip had the best mix of mountain huts, walks and training, so thank you, it really was superb.

J Kamming | United Kingdom
 
 

Moselle Barge & Bike

Originating in the Vosges Mountains in the French region of Alsace, the fabled Moselle River flows north along the Luxembourg border and into Germany for 545km in total before it meets the Rhine River at the cultural city of Koblenz. The picturesque valley formed by the river is home to a rich tradition of wine making, Germany's oldest town and a strong Roman and medieval heritage. The section between Koblenz and Cochem is known as 'castle country' due to its abundance of castles including the fairytale Eltz Castle considered to be one of the finest in Germany. Based on a comfortable barge, this cycle journey along the Moselle and its tributary, the Saar, offers an ideal balance of activity, history, culture and relaxation.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Koblenz
DAY 2 By boat to Alken then cycle via Moselkern to Cochem (27km)
DAY 3 Cycle to Beilstein, then continue to the wine growing town of Zell (35km)
DAY 4 Cycle to Traben-Trarbach and Bernkastel-Kues (41km)
DAY 5 Visit Germany's oldest wine growing town, Neumagen-Dhron and on to Mehring (32km)
DAY 6 Cycle to Trier via Pfalzel (35km)
DAY 7 By boat to Saarburg, then round cycle to Mettlach (20/65km)
DAY 8 Trip concludes

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Trip Code: MOS
Trip Grading: Introductory
Duration:  8 days
Activities:  Cruising Cycling
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Next Trip:  06 September 2014
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upper deck twin supplement £ 100
Single Supplement - main deck £ 220
Single Supplement - upper deck £ 290
H high season supplement £180
M mid season supplement £90

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