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Etappe 2: Von Holzgerlingen nach Nürtingen – Museumsradweg

20.8 mi
10.7 mph
700 ft
1,375 ft
Intermediate bike ride. Good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.98 mi

Vögel in Holzgerlingen

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7.05 mi

Ritter Café und Museum

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9.41 mi


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10.4 mi

Neuhäuser Wand-Brunnen

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13.7 mi

Die besondere Backstube

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18.6 mi
19.2 mi
20.1 mi

Blick zur Stadtkirche

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20.8 mi


Singletrack: 222 yd
Path: 8.24 mi
Cycleway: 4.85 mi
Street: 6.44 mi
Road: 1.12 mi
State Road: < 109 yd


Unpaved: 376 yd
Compacted Gravel: 4.10 mi
Cobblestones: 134 yd
Paved: 2.33 mi
Asphalt: 14.0 mi
Unknown: < 109 yd

Weather Forecast

Tobias planned a bike ride.

June 17, 2020


  • Tobias

    Freshly rested and with a lot of impressions from the last day you start today's stage in Holzgerlingen. For breakfast it is worth a detour to the city café, which is idyllically located in the town center at the church. Then you can expect a rapid descent down to the Aichtal. Incidentally, the Aich has its origin here and, like the Würm previously, will accompany you on the entire route to Nürtingen.Until Waldenbuch you will continue to encounter a wide variety of works of art and sculptures along the way - then the SCULPTOURA ends, but the museums will become more numerous. You will also not miss an increasing up and down in the Aichtal. However, the climbs are very short, so that you can descend and push without problems if it gets too steep.It doesn't take long and you reach the outskirts of Waldenbuch. You can already make it out through the tree tops on the slope: the logo of the chocolate brand for which Waldenbuch is so famous. If the wind is favorable, you can even smell the bitter-sweet scent of the chocolate factory in the air. Now it's time for a well-deserved break in the Ritter Sport Museum.If you prefer something hearty, you will find a whole range of beer gardens and quaint restaurants in the Siebenmühlental at the end of the village. If the detour into the valley is too far for you, you can simply stop at the first beer garden. This is only a few meters away from the museum bike path.In Neuenhaus the Häfnermuseum is waiting for you to explore, a gem in which an exhibition tells about the life of the then poorly poor potters and their craft. In Grötzingen the path leads for a short distance directly along the Aich. Maybe you are lucky and there is not a lot going on, then one or the other bathing place is ideal for refreshment.Up to Nürtingen, the route runs along the main road for the last few kilometers. An idyllic city center awaits you in Nürtingen, which knows not only to impress with a museum. A little refreshment in one of the cute cafés shouldn't be missing before you start your journey home or onwards. With the regional train, which runs at least twice an hour, you can easily get back to Stuttgart from here.

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    • June 25, 2020

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