With rolling hills extending for miles, the Kraichgau-Stomberg region in south-west Germany is a dream for cyclists who enjoy gentle climbs. A network of excellent bike paths takes you through the magical hilly landscape, passing rivers and glistening lakes along the way. Time and time again, you can enjoy impressive panoramas over the sweeping scenery. Thanks to the region’s pleasant climate, you can also taste fine wines as you ride. The hillsides are flanked by picturesque vineyards and delicious grape varieties. Rustic wine bars and traditional taverns offer plenty of opportunities to try out regional delicacies whilst farm shops offer products from field to plate.
In this Collection, I present six of the 28 signposted routes in the land of 1000 hills. Each Tour has been carefully selected to include something for everyone whether you are a climbing fanatic, a family of cyclists, or a relaxed rider. You can easily reach these enchanting routes by train; the region is close to Mannheim, Heidelberg, Heilbronn, Ludwigsburg, Stuttgart, Pforzheim, and Karlsruhe. In the region, you’ll find plenty of restaurants to keep you energised as you ride. With a full stomach, you can concentrate on the wonderful scenery as you ride through vineyards, along sloping valleys and winding rivers, into charming half-timbered villages.
The Vesper tour is the ideal opportunity to get to know the culinary side of Kraichgau-Stromberg. The towns you cycle through offer you a variety of cozy cafes and rustic restaurants. On the way you will find many places with a wonderful view, where you can enjoy a nice rest. On the 44-kilometer tour…
The tour around the "King of White Wines" begins in a district of Ubstadt-Weiher: Stettfeld, less than 15 minutes by train from Bruchsal. On the 45 km long circuit you will get to know the Riesling from the grape to the drop.
At the beginning you cycle to Bad Langenbrücken. On idyllic, small streets you…
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People have been living in the Kraichgau since the Stone Age. The ÖkoRegio tour takes you into this ancient cultural landscape and shows you everything the land of the 1000 hills has to offer: wine, orchards, castles, half-timbered houses and all this off the beaten path.
The tour is quite long and hilly…
The Lviv tour takes you uphill and downhill through dense forests, vast fields and romantic vineyards. You are in the largest red wine region in Germany and the rich Lviv is the star among the grape varieties.
It starts in the idyllic small garden roof. First it goes steadily upwards to the Ottilienberg…
On the Wine & Fruit Tour you embark on a journey of discovery to the best fruit and wine growing areas on the Neckar. The tour is quite short at around 26 kilometers, so you have enough time to try the delicious fruits and let the colorful colors work their magic along the tour.
The small round starts…
On the Enz-Metter tour, you will embark on a short journey through time by bike. The 50-kilometer tour in Mühlacker starts, which you can reach from Pforzheim in a few minutes by train. Right at the beginning you cycle through the Enzgarten with a beautiful view of the Löffelstelz castle.
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