What could be better than taking a well-deserved espresso or ice cream break after a challenging Tour? Even though this may not be 'Bella-Italia,' the Black Forest has its unique charm. You'll discover unparalleled natural landscapes here: mountains, passes, gorges and lakes. Rivers rage wildly or gently ripple through the forest. Picture yourself riding through these scenes on your racing bike, breathing the fresh Black Forest air deeply. You ride up and downhill – the perfect combination of challenge and exhilaration.
In this Collection, we present eight Tours with varying levels of difficulty. All of them start either at a car park or a train station. You'll conquer the highest passes in the Black Forest, traverse wildly romantic valleys and enjoy magnificent views extending as far as the Alps and the Vosges. The highlights include scenic side roads with wonderfully smooth asphalt and winding descents. Rustic Black Forest villages invite you to stay and explore and, at the end of each Tour, you'll always have time for an espresso and ice cream!
More and more people want to explore and experience the impressive nature in the Black Forest – whether on foot, by bike or on a mountain bike. We're only guests here in the Black Forest; the animals and plants are our hosts. That's why it's important to have #respectfornature for all nature lovers, because only with respect can we preserve the Black Forest in its beauty for generations to come.
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This tour has it all: over 109 kilometers you climb 1,300 meters in altitude. Three passes and tough climbs await you, including the legendary Texas Pass, which was made famous by the former Rothaus Regio Tour and will really heat you up.
Your tour starts at the senior center parking lot at the Kurpark…
Wildly romantic valleys, wonderful views and small, fine side roads characterize this round. You can satisfy your hunger for sport on a climb up to almost 1,000 meters and after a reward in the form of espresso and ice cream in one of the many villages.
Your tour starts in Himmelreich at the train station…
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The hardest mountain in the southern Black Forest - that's what cyclists from southern Baden call it. Rightly so, because Waldkirch's local mountain is one of the highest points in the southern Black Forest. On a winding route you conquer a stately 12 kilometers with an average gradient of 8%.
Criss-cross – uphill and downhill. On this tour you will discover the central Black Forest in all its glory. Demanding and peppered with a few meters of altitude, this round will not only inspire you with its wonderful views, but also with its idyllic and picturesque sections along streams and small…
This round offers you the finest views and a moderate ascent to the local mountain of Markgräflerland - the high blue, which makes you happy. Once you have managed this, you also know why you are taking it upon yourself: the all-round view from the sky blue to the Alps is simply phenomenal!
On this short but challenging road bike tour you will not only discover the beautiful landscape of the Black Forest. While one or the other drop of sweat pearls on the ascent, it also leads you to two cultural highlights, the two venerable monasteries of St. Peter and St. Märgen.
From the start in Kirchzarten…
This tour takes you to a real racing bike highlight in the region: to the Oppenauer Steige. Via the Schwarzwaldhochstraße and the Griesbacher Steige it then goes downhill again in the direction of the Rhine Valley. In short: you can expect two steep climbs, an extensive warm-up and cool-down program…
The king's stage lives up to its name: You pedal up a whopping 3,000 meters in altitude and do a scenic 150-kilometer lap through the Black Forest, past the blue, glittering Schluchsee, through the wildly romantic Wutach Gorge and always with clean asphalt under your tires.
The circular tour can be started…
You start at the S-Bahn in Weil der Stadt. You pedal along beautiful side roads and cycle paths to the Nagold river. Here at the latest you will have forgotten your everyday life. The Nagoldtal cycle path is almost nine kilometers idyllic and completely car-free up to the ascent to Sommenhardt.
Road Cycling Collection by komoot
Road Cycling Collection by Sofiane Sehili
Mountain Biking Collection by Bosch eBike Systems
Hiking Collection by Emsland Tourismus GmbH