On the Luther Trail through the Wartburg region

The Luther Trail connects the most important Luther sites in Thuringia over a length of more than 1000 kilometres. Martin Luther's roots and numerous important stations in his life are located in the area around the Wartburg Castle. The possibilities and impressions are just as varied and fascinating.

Varied routes in Luther's footsteps, magnificent landscapes and breathtaking views - the Wartburg region is a paradise for hikers. Hikers and pilgrims are invited to discover the traces of Luther in a rich cultural and natural landscape. The Luther Trail leads from Wartburg Castle via Luther's birthplace Möhra to Luthergrund near Steinbach. In the south, it can be walked to Schmalkalden and in the north to Mühlhausen. All in all, the Luther Trail is a very recommendable and beautiful route, not only for educational travellers and pilgrims. 


This route leads from Luther's "dear town" Eisenach via Wartburg Castle to the "Hohe Sonne", further on to the Wilhelmsthaler Lake, to Etterwinden, Möhra and to the Luther Monument, then to Gumelstadt via Schweina, Altenstein Castle and Steinbach to the Luther Monument in Glasbachgrund.