Discovering the beautiful idyll of Münsterland is really simple on an e-bike. Following flat paths, you roll through Münsterland’s park landscapes, down fairytale avenues that stretch towards the horizon, along canals and rivers, through fields lined with hedgerows, picturesque orchards and romantic forests. In the Teutoburg Forest, you can expect rolling hills and wonderful views. In between, you pass dreamy old towns with pretty, half-timbered houses as well as imposing churches and historic mills. Münsterland offers the perfect combination of nature and culture for your ride.
In this Collection, we show you the nine most beautiful e-bike Tours in Münsterland. The circular routes are between 47 and 67 kilometers (29 and 41 mi) long and mostly flat. With your additional electric tailwind, you glide through the picturesque landscape between the Ems and Weser rivers. Even a detour to the hilly Teutoburg Forest is effortless on your e-bike.
The great infrastructure in Münsterland ensures that e-bike Tours are even more fun: you'll find charging stations at numerous highlights, restaurants and tourist information centres. Your bike will stay well charged even on the long or hilly routes, so you can cycle with full power through the unique Münsterland park landscapes.
It starts in the historic town center of Ennigerloh. From here you cycle out of the city and past the imposing quarry to Westkirchen, where you can pay a visit to the old mill.
Then you drive on a former railway line, which has been expanded into a beautiful bike path, through the Münsterland park landscape…
The starting point of the tour, which takes you through all parts of Ibbenbüren, is at the Aaseebahnhof. From here you cycle to Laggenbeck. A steep climb awaits you behind the district. Through small wooded areas and the picturesque park landscape, you drive comfortably up and down to Dickenberg.
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The tour starts in the beautiful old town of Warendorf, where there are more than 600 listed objects. You cycle out of the city in the south, where you immerse yourself in the picturesque park landscape. Shortly afterwards you will reach Freckenhorst with its impressive church.
Then you drive south on…
It starts in Nordkirchen, where the castle of the same name is located. Before you get on the saddle, you can look around the large castle park, marvel at the palace and get in the mood for the tour.
Then you leave Nordkirchen on your bike and drive through the beautiful Münsterland park landscape to…
The starting point of the tour is at the Hardt ponds in Sendenhorst. From here you cycle on flat paths through the wide, open landscape towards the south. On the way you will come across beautiful shelters and rest areas. Then you cross the Werse and pass the place Walstedde at the southern tip of the…
The round trip to Warendorf starts in the middle of the beautiful old town of Telgte. You cycle east out of the city. After you have left the last houses behind you, the charming Münsterland parkland welcomes you.
The route meanders on a flat stretch through the rural idyll to Freckenhorst. It is worth…
The tour starts on the outskirts of Wadersloh. Of course, you can also join the lap at any other place along the route. From the starting point you cycle once across Wadersloh and drive through a beautiful, relatively flat landscape to Diestedde, where you can take a look at the imposing Crassenstein…
In Wadersloh you cycle off and leave the place to the west. Shortly afterwards you will reach Diestedde with the impressive Crassenstein Castle. Here you turn south and drive on flat paths lined with hedges and trees via Herzfeld to Hovestadt. A visit to the palace garden, which is freely accessible…
This beautiful round trip begins in Warendorf on the banks of the Emsee. From here you cycle through the beautiful old town and further south out of the city. After a nice stretch through the parkland you will reach Freckenhorst. It is worth stopping at the collegiate church here.
We continue through…
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