As if on a string of pearls, magnificent stretches of nature lined up along the Aller Cycle Route are a wealth of historical highlights and towns and villages worth seeing. On the way you can enjoy wonderful alluvial landscapes, idyllic heath landscapes and valuable nature reserves. The residential town of Celle, the windmill town of Gifhorn or the Autostadt Wolfsburg, on the other hand, are just a few of the many interesting, exciting and absolutely worth seeing stage destinations that contribute to the fact that this long-distance cycle route is highly recommended in the ADFC brochure "Discovering Germany by bike".
The long-distance cycle route runs along the Aller from its mouth into the Weser near Verden to the idyllic spring in the small town of Eggenstedt. As an alternative end (stage 6) the Aller-Elbe-Radweg from Seggerde connects the Aller with the Elbe and takes you directly to Magdeburg.
The Aller cycle path crosses the Aller-Leine valley, the Südheide heath and the Drömling mainly quiet landscapes and largely flat terrain, so that extremely enjoyable stages await you. Towards the end of the tour alone, the somewhat more undulating terrain of the Flechtinger Höhenzug provides some variety. The route usually runs car-free over asphalted and occasionally water-bound sections.
No matter whether you decide to follow the Aller cycle path to the source in Eggenstedt or to turn off in the direction of the Elbe to Magdeburg - this cycle path is a wonderful experience and we wish you lots of fun.
The Aller cycle path begins in Verden, at the confluence of the Aller and the Weser. Verden is a really nice starting point for a stage trip and it is worthwhile to plan a little more time for this place. So before we start, there is already a lot to discover in and around Verden. Verden has a beautiful…
After a quiet night in the state-recognized resort of Schwarmstedt, you start rested on the second stage of the Aller cycle path, which leads through the Allerauen in a wonderfully idyllic way. With a bit of luck you can observe a heron colony here or take a look at a family of white storks. And there…
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If you start in Celle, you can take another look at the magnificent castle and cycle through the impressive historic old town before you find yourself back on the quiet, idyllic bike path, which also offers you a nice mix of nature experience on the third stage and cultural stops.
You can reach such a…
The start of the fourth stage along the Aller cycle path is characterized by beautiful meadow landscapes and beautiful wetlands. You cycle past various small lakes and cross idyllic nature reserves where you can watch rare birds or watch tail cattle and Konik ponies grazing.
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There is a lot to discover on the fifth stage of the Aller cycle path. On the one hand, you will pass many historical buildings that are worth visiting. On the other hand, you can learn a lot about the German-German division, because you repeatedly pass former border towns with many contemporary witnesses…
The alternative end of the Aller-Radweg (the Aller-Elbe-Radweg) connects the Aller with the Elbe and thus the Aller-Radweg with the Elbe-Radweg. Instead of at the Aller-Quelle your tour ends thus at the gates of Magdeburg.
On the way you will pass historic castles, fortifications and romantic landscape…
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