Insight into the hiking tour:
The varied panorama trail of Mülheim leads through the vineyards as well as through forest passages. It offers great views: of the former county and the vineyard "Sonnenlay" - by the way, the most consumed wine of all the Atlantic flights of the Zeppelin. A worthwhile side trip along the route is the "Elisenhäuschen" in the vineyars of Mülheim. The little cottage is surrounded by a legend whose main actor is Napoleon. Napoleon Bonaparte set up his camp not far from Mülheim in 1813 on his retreat after the lost battle in Leipzig. After a night of drinking through, one of the soldiers harassed a winemaker's wife, whose husband then killed the Frenchman. Napoleon ordered that the husband be extradited, otherwise the village would be burned. In this situation a citizen of Mülheim offered 3000 Taler as retaliation and thus saved his village. As a thank you he received a valuable piece of land from the community on which he planted a vineyard and named it "Luisenweinberg". The vernacular quickly turned it into the "Elisenberg".
There are no significant ascents on the hiking trail. It is very family-friendly, also.. You can stop for a bite to eat in Mülheim: in restaurants or in taverns.