CFL Trail 22 Dudelange-Burange - Rumelange
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This is an attractive hike which crosses old open-cast mining spots and passes the country’s most southern point, located on the border with France.
The route includes four climbs and offers great panoramic views, such as those in the neighborhood of the Haard nature reserve. Shortcuts: signposted path CFL 22a, descending from the Gaalgebierg heights to Dudelange-Centre station (6.2 km in total) or, towards the end of this path, shortcut marked CFL 22b to Dudelange-Usines station (5.8 km in total).
There is also the signposted CFL 22c path through Tétange to this city’s station (7.9 km in total). Few trains stop at Rumelange and Tétange stations.
The bus is an alternative, but hikers are advised to check the timetables while planning their trip.
Our practical advices for walking adventuresPlan like a pro
- Download the GPX file, which is available at the top of the page and integrate it into the navigation application of your choice.
- Hiking trails are also available on geoportail.lu.
- Make sure you have provisions in your backpack (bottle of water, snack...).
- Brightly coloured clothes make you more visible.
- Hiking shoes make the journey easier and prevent sore feet.
- Anticipatory and cautious walking greatly reduces the risk of an accident.
- Before boarding, check the timetable and stay tuned about works on the railway network and rail replacement services on cfl.lu and the CFL mobile app.