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Etappe 1 Von Hann. Münden nach Bad Karlshafen – Weser-Radweg

Etappe 1 Von Hann. Münden nach Bad Karlshafen – Weser-Radweg

Intermediate
03:00
29.5 mi
9.8 mph
950 ft
1,075 ft
Intermediate bike ride. Good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels. The starting point of the Tour is accessible with public transport.

Tour Overview

Hann. MündenGet Directions

Train Station
0.82 mi
1.03 mi
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Welfenschloss Münden

Bike Touring Highlight

7.80 mi
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Gasthaus zur Fähre

Bike Touring Highlight

12.6 mi
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Kloster Bursfelde

Bike Touring Highlight

20.6 mi
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Klosterkirche Lippoldsberg

Bike Touring Highlight

21.4 mi
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An der Weser entlang

Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

29.5 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Singletrack: 0.96 mi
Path: 11.1 mi
Access Road: 171 yd
Cycleway: 12.8 mi
Street: 4.15 mi
Road: 0.38 mi

Surfaces

Unpaved: 2.70 mi
Cobblestones: 0.77 mi
Paved: 13.2 mi
Asphalt: 12.5 mi
Unknown: 0.30 mi

Weather Forecast

Weserradweg planned a bike ride.

June 27, 2017

Comments

  • Weserradweg

    In the Weserbergland you can find the origin of the eponymous river of this beginning stage; the Weser. In the middle of the Middle Ages, this first leg of the Weser cycle path runs through the low mountain range. In the historic city of Hann. Münden, where Werra and Fulda meet to form the lifeline of the upcoming tourist landscapes, is already the first highlight of the 500-kilometer cycle path. The speech is of course the origin of the Weser in Hann. Munden. Take some time to explore the beautiful little workshop and its medieval city facilities before heading north on the Weser cycle path.Once on the bike path, it goes through Hemeln and on to Bursfelde. Let yourself be enchanted by the Benedictine monastery Bursfelde and enjoy the landscape of the Oberweser, the home of the booted cat and Snow White and the seven dwarfs. Further north along the Weser are beautiful views of the Weser valley, untouched nature and the nature park Solling-Vogler. Along the Weser Cycle Route follow Lippoldsberg with the abbey of the Benedictine nuns there, Bodenfelde with its typical Fackwerk houses, Wahmbeck with its Gielseil ferry and the conclusion of this first stage, the baroque city of Karlshafen with the German Huguenot Museum and the Weser-Therme.

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    • June 27, 2017

  • W.Schurich

    Hello,
    I'm planning with my grandson the Weser tour, my question is there at the milestones campsites to stay?
    Greetings Werner
    olawer@web.de

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    • April 4, 2019

  • Bernd

    Yes, sure. In Hann. Münden, Hemeln, Oedelsheim, Gieselwerder, Bodenfelde (but not on the Weser), Bad Karlshafen.

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    • April 12, 2019

  • W.Schurich

    Hello Bernd,
    thanks for the tip.
    Greetings Werner

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    • April 12, 2019

  • Tomcat

    Is there a parking space at the starting point where you can leave your car for the duration of the tour?
    Greetings Tom

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    • July 10, 2020

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Etappe 1 Von Hann. Münden nach Bad Karlshafen – Weser-Radweg