This week I headed out into the snow-covered surroundings of the Nürburgring to bring you another fantastic Eifel road to explore on your next visit.
The B258 is a stunning ribbon of tarmac, running all the way from the outskirts of Aachen to the Marialaach near Mendig. It’s a wonderful B-road offering a great variety of speeds and scenery, briefly crossing the Belgian border at Lommersdorf (which is a whole other article) before really hitting its stride from Schleiden down to the Nürburgring.
But the stretch from the Nürburgring to Mayen is blessed with a particularly serpentine set of bends as you climb out of Virneburg. Even though the weather wasn’t as nice as that summer aerial photo, I was still happy to be winding my way through the hills with a GoPro stuck to my helmet.
You can watch the whole video at the bottom of the page, and these are the maps you need: