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Etappe 2: Von Gerolstein nach Philippsheim – Kyll-Radweg

Etappe 2: Von Gerolstein nach Philippsheim – Kyll-Radweg

Intermediate
02:32
25.9 mi
10.2 mph
1,375 ft
1,925 ft
Intermediate bike ride. Good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
122 yd
4.64 mi
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Bike-Sport Clemens

Mountain Biking Highlight

7.95 mi
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Mammutbaum

Road Cycling Highlight

15.1 mi
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Dechentunnel Kyll-Radweg

Bike Touring Highlight

16.3 mi
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Kyllberg

Bike Touring Highlight

23.4 mi
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Kleiner Wasserfall

Bike Touring Highlight

25.9 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Path: 2.93 mi
Cycleway: 11.0 mi
Street: 2.59 mi
Road: 9.22 mi
State Road: 301 yd

Surfaces

Unpaved: < 109 yd
Cobblestones: 0.36 mi
Paved: 0.80 mi
Asphalt: 24.5 mi
Unknown: 428 yd
  • Includes a segment in which cycling is forbidden

    You will have to dismount and push your bike.

Weather Forecast

Jesko von Werthern planned a bike ride.

February 1, 2021

Comments

  • Jesko von Werthern

    Before you leave the glamorous Gerolstein behind you, you can fill up your water bottles at the Helenenquelle. Mineral water straight from the rock, it really doesn't get any fresher. The Kyll leads you out of the village on the second stage. To the left and right are impressive slopes that frame the valley and provide shade in summer. The cycle path here is very well paved throughout.If you need spare parts or repairs to your bike, I can recommend Bikesport Clemens in Birresborn. The specialty shop is right on the way and the friendly owner has already helped me out of a mess.The legendary Bertradaburg lies above Mürlenbach. The eponymous Bertrada was the mother of Charlemagne, who is said to have been born here in the 8th century. You are in the geographic center of what was then the Merovingian Franconian Empire.Just a few kilometers further, the St. Thomas Monastery, another attraction with a time-honored history, awaits you.The ride through the Dechentunnel is a different kind of experience. The cycle path divides the tunnel with the railway line, only separated from each other by a fence. At the other end of the tunnel is the tranquil town of Kyllburg.Kyllburg is located on one of many impressive river bends. The railway line disappears again in a tunnel, but this time a sporty challenge awaits cyclists. So it is a good idea to strengthen yourself in Kyllburg and maybe take a rest. Several loops of the river are shortened over a ridge. The so-called Kyllberg is the hardest climb on the entire route. The percentages are consistently in the upper single-digit range. But like every ascent, this one also has a reward: At the top there is a bench with a wonderful view and, not to forget, a descent back to the river near Erdorf.In the middle of Hüttingen there is a really unusual spectacle to marvel at. The village stream flowing towards the Kyll forms a beautiful waterfall in the middle of the village at the church.Always along the railroad tracks, it is now wavy towards the next stage destination in Philippsheim. There is only one place to stay overnight in this small town. So if you want to stay here, it is not a bad idea to book in advance. Otherwise there are several options in memory a few kilometers away.

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    • February 9, 2021

Jesko von Werthern

Etappe 2: Von Gerolstein nach Philippsheim – Kyll-Radweg