The eighth stage of the Mosel-Radweg starts at the historic railway bridge in Bullay and leads completely along the left bank of the Moselle to Cochem. Via Alf and St. Aldegund, you will reach the wine village of Bremm, with its narrow, winding streets at the foot of the Calmont. If you take up the challenge of climbing the steepest vineyard in Europe on the "Calmont via ferrata", one of the most beautiful views of the Moselle valley awaits you at the summit cross. The cycle tour continues along the idyllic wine villages of Ediger-Eller, Nehren and Senhals to Ellenz-Poltersdorf. Here you have the opportunity to take a ferry to the other bank of the Moselle to visit Beilstein, the "Sleeping Beauty of the Moselle" with its small alleys and the famous half-timbered backdrop. Back on the left bank of the Moselle, you will finally reach Cochem via Ernst. The picturesque little town offers the best conditions for the end of the day: winding alleys lead to the market place with its old gabled houses, the baroque town hall and the Martin's fountain. Along the lively Moselle promenade you can stroll between wine taverns and cafés. The imposing 11th century Reichsburg dominates the cityscape from almost every perspective and is definitely worth a visit.