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The tour starts in Hemer Deilinghofen. So that you can warm yourself up first, it goes uphill for a while. The last piece to the "cairn", which is more of a pile of stones, is really tough again.Then it continues alternating over gravel paths and beautiful narrow trails, which are partly very densely overgrown in June and where we caught a few ticks, which we got rid of immediately.From the Altena - Hegenscheid airfield, the landscape changes a bit and you often have beautiful views.When you arrive in Iserlohn, you go back to the starting point via an old railway line and then along bike paths.
June 23, 2020
Today we drove to my old homeland because the Regionalverband Ruhr has announced a new MTB route in the Haard. For more information, see rvr.ruhr/themen/tourismus-freizeit/waldband/mtb-haard-on-tour.We modified the tour a bit and started at the "Mutter Wehmer" inn, as we wanted to eat there immediately afterwards.The tour is very well signposted, and it helps if you still have the route on your cell phone or navigation system. Although we are more used to the Sauerland mountains, we were pretty knocked out after the tour, as there are never really long climbs and you actually always have to pedal through.There are many small paths, which are not technically difficult, but are still fun because they are very flowy.
June 19, 2020
If you are looking for a long tour is just right. This time we started from Jagdthaus and hiked towards Schanze. In the ski lodge there was an excellent waffle with strawberries. We recommend.The second part of the tour is definitely the nicer. Along the Rothaarsteig we went back to Jagdhaus. The tour can then be relaxed in the Schäferhof end.
June 27, 2019