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E02 Von Neuhaus bis Oberhof – 3 Tage Rennsteig

Expert
05:15
58.4 km
11.1 km/h
870 m
870 m
Expert mountain bike ride. Very good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. Some portions of the Tour may require you to carry your bike.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
6.90 km
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Rennweg Trail neben der Loipe

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

14.0 km
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Eisfelder Ausspanne

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16.3 km
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Werraquelle

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20.1 km
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Rennsteigwarte

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35.3 km
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Mittelpunkt des Rennsteigs

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48.7 km
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Schmücke

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51.4 km
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Großer Beerberg

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58.4 km
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Oberhof

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Elevation Profile

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Waytypes

Singletrack: 50.7 km
Cycleway: 269 m
Path: 782 m
Street: 709 m
Road: 5.95 km

Surfaces

Alpine: 837 m
Natural: 22.2 km
Unpaved: 14.2 km
Gravel: 12.9 km
Paved: 788 m
Asphalt: 7.35 km
Unknown: 140 m

Extra Tips

  • Includes a segment that may not be rideable

    You may need to dismount or even carry your bike.

  • Includes a segment in which cycling is forbidden

    You will have to dismount and push your bike.

Weather Forecast

Planned by komoot

12/03/2018

Comments

  • komoot

    Today the track has some superlatives: at the end of the day today most of the Rennsteig track has left you behind. You cross the highest point of the entire route, you can enjoy the best views far and wide and end up in the most visited resort of the Thuringian Forest. And with a bit of luck you can grab the most delicious grilled sausage in the area on the way. But one after anonther.If that sounds like too much action in your ears, we can reassure you. Also on this stage over the Rennsteig it is quiet as ever. And it stays with the typical ups and downs with short, crisp climbs. Only the climb at the very end up to the Great Beerberg falls a bit out of line - this is actually almost ten kilometers long only uphill. At the "Großen Dreiherrenstein" there is a short break: Here you have made exactly half of the Rennsteig tour, which must be celebrated briefly.The destination of the stage today is the touristically well-developed village called Oberhof, of which you must have heard before, if you are interested in winter sports. Here you can easily find the optimal accommodation, from rustic to noble, everything is available. And here there is a spa with sauna, an inviting option for a relaxed evening: h2oberhof.de

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    • 12/03/2018

  • Kiezpirat

    Delicious grilled food and whiskey are available at the ShakesBeer.

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    • 03/05/2018

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