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Schaurig schöne Moor Touren – Durchs Teufelsmoor bei Bremen

Difficult
05:47
52.6 mi
9.1 mph
575 ft
575 ft
Expert gravel ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may be unpaved and difficult to ride.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
12.8 mi
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Bahnhof Worpswede

Bike Touring Highlight

15.3 mi
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Breites Wasser

Bike Touring Highlight

21.6 mi
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Hamberger Moor und Beek

Bike Touring Highlight

40.0 mi
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Moorpfad Tarmstedt

Bike Touring Highlight

50.4 mi
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Allee der goldenen Schätze

Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

52.6 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Singletrack: 13.2 mi
Path: 1.83 mi
Cycleway: 15.6 mi
Street: 3.64 mi
Road: 18.3 mi

Surfaces

Unpaved: 13.0 mi
Compacted Gravel: 0.97 mi
Cobblestones: 2.87 mi
Paved: 29.1 mi
Asphalt: 6.61 mi
Unknown: < 109 yd

Weather Forecast

komoot planned a gravel ride.

June 24, 2018

Comments

  • komoot

    Such an area can only be experienced so close to the bike. Because only with this you come first on these quiet paths on dikes, on the birch-lined dams, past old farms and quaint economies and certainly not in the middle purely in the fascinating landscape of the Teufelsmoor. All this invites you to be discovered by bike. And that's exactly what you do on this eerily beautiful tour through the Teufelsmoor.Worpswede is located in the middle of the Teufelsmoor area. And if we skip the idea that a car is the most unsuitable vehicle to explore this area, we have a very special tip for you here. How about the arrival by train? But not with a stink normal S-Bahn. But with the Moorexpress. This is a historic railbus that runs between Bremsen and Stade in the summer months and stops in Worpswede.From the train station you are almost directly in the beautiful Teufelsmoor. On quiet roads and gravel roads we will guide you through this remarkable landscape. Over bridges, dykes and past windmills, farms and even a nature trail where you can learn all about the area's special features. By the way, if it shudders from time to time: The devil has lost nothing here. The name of the moor comes from the Low German "duven", which means as much as numb or barren and indicates the unfavorable characteristics of a bog for agriculture.

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