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Höhen und Tiefen im Bergischen

24.6 mi
8.0 mph
2,175 ft
2,175 ft
Intermediate mountain bike ride. Good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. The starting point of the Tour is right next to a parking lot.

Tour Overview


0.70 mi

Müngstener Brücke

Bike Touring Highlight

4.33 mi

Schloss Burg

Bike Touring Highlight

4.49 mi

Downhill Oberburg - Eschbachtal

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

11.5 mi


Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

24.6 mi




Singletrack: 2.96 mi
Hiking Path: 7.05 mi
Path: 0.91 mi
Access Road: 141 yd
Cycleway: 9.02 mi
Street: 2.43 mi
Road: 1.90 mi
State Road: 410 yd


Natural: 431 yd
Unpaved: 4.07 mi
Gravel: 4.69 mi
Paved: 5.13 mi
Asphalt: 9.22 mi
Unknown: 1.23 mi
  • Includes segments in which cycling is forbidden

    You will have to dismount and push your bike.

Weather Forecast

komoot planned a mountain bike ride.

October 5, 2017


  • gesisg

    According to local newspaper of today, the bridge Wiesenkotten between Müngsten and castle is expected until the end of October 2017 wg. Renovation works blocked !!! Alternatively Schwebefähre (driving in wet weather may not be) Müngsten or directly from the starting point on the left Wupperufer remain. No matter which of the alternatives is chosen, the track Müngsten-Wiesenkotten on the right side of the Wupper is more beautiful and demanding. I do not know the route Burg to Sambra Pass. Instead of the route Sonnborn-Müngsten along the Wupper and L74 (somehow makes in the quality of the route, concrete slabs from the 70s, a mountain bike makes sense), I would recommend the longer if not very demanding route on the corkscrew and mountain railway. With the mountain railway you have at the end of the tour at least a nice descent.

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    • September 28, 2017

  • komoot

    Hall gesisg,Thanks for the hint with the bridge, I have adjusted the tour accordingly.Best regards

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    • October 5, 2017