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Kocher-Jagst-Radweg

Etappe 4: Von Bad Friedrichshall nach Dörzbach – Kocher-Jagst-Radweg

Etappe 4: Von Bad Friedrichshall nach Dörzbach – Kocher-Jagst-Radweg

Difficult
04:09
41.6 mi
10.0 mph
1,725 ft
1,475 ft
Expert bike ride. Very good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
16.3 mi
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Möckmühl

Bike Touring Highlight

24.8 mi
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Römerbad Jagsthausen

Bike Touring Highlight

25.2 mi
27.0 mi
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Berlichingen

Bike Touring Highlight

28.4 mi
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Kloster Schöntal

Bike Touring Highlight

41.6 mi
Destination

Map

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Tour Profile

Waytypes

Path: 17.5 mi
Access Road: < 109 yd
Cycleway: 11.4 mi
Street: 8.12 mi
Road: 4.62 mi

Surfaces

Cobblestones: 0.36 mi
Paved: 13.3 mi
Asphalt: 27.7 mi
Unknown: 0.32 mi

Weather Forecast

Kocher-Jagst-Radweg and 2 others planned a bike ride.

May 14, 2021

Comments

  • Kocher-Jagst-Radweg

    In Bad Friedrichshall you say goodbye to the Kocher, which flows into the Neckar here, and in Jagstfeld, a few hundred meters away, you welcome the Jagst, which also unites with the Neckar there. From today you are on the way back to the starting point Aalen and follow the Jagst upstream, which means that on this stage from Bad Friedrichshall to Dörzbach it is easy and continuously uphill.Behind Jagstfeld, the cycle path meanders through the picturesque Jagsttal and passes beautiful places, including Möckmühl. In Möckmühl you have already cycled over half of the stage, which is why the beautiful city is ideal for a rest. In a medieval ambience you can fortify yourself in one of the numerous cafés and restaurants.After you have cycled further sweeping loops through the tranquil Jagsttal, you have already reached Jagsthausen. Here you can not only follow in the footsteps of the Romans and admire the remains of a Roman bath in the open-air museum, but also marvel at the Götzenburg, which was the ancestral castle of the von Berlichingens.Immediately after Jagsthausen you cycle through Berlichingen, where you can find out more about the Berlichingens and especially the knight Götz von Berlichingen. Afterwards you drive past the Schöntal Monastery, where you can take a break and visit the impressive facility. Then it goes on through the pretty landscape in the Jagsttal and through tranquil places like Westernhausen and Krautheim, before you reach the stage destination Dörzbach.

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Etappe 4: Von Bad Friedrichshall nach Dörzbach – Kocher-Jagst-Radweg