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Discover the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg's Little Switzerland !


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It is possible to stay in the region. However, we recommend contacting your host before arriving (esp. along the river Sûre), as some establishments are closed temporarily.

The hiking trails in the region are passable. Some redirections have been set up. These can be found at the following link: http://g-o.lu/3/UC1Y The information is constantly updated.

Please remember to wear sturdy shoes, as some sections of the trail are still muddy or difficult to walk on!




Mullerthal Region - Luxembourg's Little Switzerland

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Often referred to as Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland, the Mullerthal Region - or Mëllerdall in Luxembourgish – owes its name to its hilly landscape reminiscent of Switzerland. The region is above all a unique biotope characterized by sandstone rock formations which are as beguiling as surprising. It is the unique composition of the rock and soil erosion that have contributed to the creation of this landscape so typical for the region. The diverse natural and geological heritage makes the region so special. Therefore, the Natur- & Geopark Mëllerdall was founded in 2016. The combination of Nature and Geopark speaks for the special meaning and protection of the landscape. Today, Luxembourg's Little Switzerland attracts tourists from near and far away.

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