Mountain Biking Highlight
Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)
Planned by komoot
Hardly that you are sitting on the bike, it is already off right. Because the hostel Winterberg spits you out right in the middle of Trailpark Winterberg. And there - of course - a lot of trails waiting for you. By no means all of them we have built into this tour, after all, you want to arrive at some point. Basically, the trail park but has potential to stay here a little longer: About 40 kilometers of marked trail network is here for Beackern available.From Trail Park it goes up high. And on the Bald Asten. Up there is the second highest point of NRW - we take the ride on the Sauerland but happy! Up here, there is a restaurant, an awesome view and the Lenne Spring. So a lot to discover and enjoy. Which also applies to the following trails. It goes steeply down into the Lennetal, then as sporty again up. After the first 15 kilometers of this tour you are definitely warm. And you've already done the most demanding part of the day. From now on, there are no bad mountains anymore. It follows a flowiges up and down at about 700 meters altitude. It is to enjoy. Many small streams spring here along the Rhine-Weser watershed on the Rothaarsteig.By the way, there is not much going on here. You are in the middle of the quiet nature. Perfect for biking and off. Nevertheless, you will always come across beautiful cafes or huts where you can strengthen yourself. We have some of them integrated into the route, so you do not have to search. You can not miss the third refreshment center after about 40 kilometers anyway. Because in the 24-meter-high Rhein-Weser-Turm is a restaurant and hotel. So you could even set up your camp here. In the observation tower itself, there are some guest rooms that you can book for little money.A wonderful, long downhill leads you shortly before the stage destination down to Schwarzbachtal. Along the bay of the same name, you drive through a swampy biotope, where extremely rare animal and plant species have settled. The goal of the tour is Erndtebrück, a small community with about 7,000 inhabitants, a train station and several opportunities for retreat.