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DonauTäler-Radweg

Ruhe und Anmut im friedlichen Klostergarten – DonauTäler-Radweg

Ruhe und Anmut im friedlichen Klostergarten – DonauTäler-Radweg

Difficult
06:48
62.0 mi
9.1 mph
2,450 ft
2,475 ft
Expert bike ride. Very good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
347 yd
13.7 mi
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Lourdesgrotte Aletshausen

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30.3 mi
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Kloster und Klostergasthof

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31.1 mi
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Roggenburger Weiher

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36.3 mi
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Mariä Himmelfahrt

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39.7 mi
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Gasthof zur goldenen Traube

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48.3 mi
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Alpakahof (Lindenhof)

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51.7 mi
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Ulm

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55.4 mi
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Höhenblick bei Jungingen

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62.0 mi
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Klosterkirche St. Peter und Paul

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Tour Profile

Waytypes

Singletrack: 8.65 mi
Path: 3.97 mi
Access Road: < 109 yd
Cycleway: 20.3 mi
Street: 11.4 mi
Road: 17.6 mi
State Road: < 109 yd

Surfaces

Unpaved: 12.8 mi
Compacted Gravel: < 109 yd
Cobblestones: 0.85 mi
Paved: 16.9 mi
Asphalt: 31.2 mi
Unknown: 425 yd

Weather Forecast

DonauTäler-Radweg planned a bike ride.

November 9, 2018

Comments

  • DonauTäler-Radweg

    The southern section of the DonauTäler cycle path is peaceful and tranquil. Towards the end you will again reach the soothing aura of the Danube, whose sluggish masses of water flow sublime and convey a sense of calm and serenity. Previously, you will experience a lovely landscape of monasteries, churches and gardens, where you can enjoy many relaxing moments.This section starts in Ziemetshausen, where you can usher in the tour according to their motto with a visit to the pilgrimage church "Maria Vesperbild" contemplative. In the further course, however, you still expect some places of silence, so you can also go directly on the way. Look forward to the beautiful Lourdesgrotte with the Way of the Cross at Aletshausen or the impressive monastery in Roggenburg. And enjoy the ride along the Kammel, which winds its way playfully through the valley and gives you a little later to the Günz, which you continue to follow. Shortly after Roggenburg you can reward yourself with a jump into the Roggenburger Weiher, strengthen yourself in the restaurant or relax on a small boat trip.In the second part of this route you drive to Ulm. On the way, there is another bathing lake, a wonderful bird sanctuary and an alpaca farm for a change. Before you drive the last few kilometers to Obereichingen, you should take a little time to let the many sights of the medieval city of Ulm rest in peace on you.This section is almost 100 kilometers long, so it's best to split it up into two (or more) tours. On the way, cozy towns such as Weissenhorn, Roggenburg, Krumbach or Senden offer a stop or a stage destination.

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    • November 12, 2018

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Ruhe und Anmut im friedlichen Klostergarten – DonauTäler-Radweg