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  1. DB Regio planned a bike ride.

    August 23, 2021

    04:30
    38.5 mi
    8.6 mph
    1,125 ft
    1,125 ft
    1. DB Regio

      On this tour you cycle on the wonderful Danube Cycle Path along the Danube and then dive into the Nautal and the playful Lone Valley with its caves.It starts at Ulm Central Station. If you have come without your own bike, you can borrow an e-bike from the tourist information office at the nearby Münsterplatz. Then you get on the saddle and roll over to the Danube. Always downstream you cycle comfortably on gently sloping paths along the shore. You can let your gaze wander over the wide river again and again. Occasionally you cross floodplain forests and pass lakes.At Leipheim you leave the Danube and turn into the Nautal. A pleasantly flat route leads you through the picturesque meadow landscape, through which the Nau draws its cheerful loops. In Langenau you have already completed half of the tour and can treat yourself to a long break. With new strength you then start the second part, on which it is a bit hilly.First you drive a bit along the Nau. Then there is a crisp ascent that leads you through Englenghäu into the Lone Valley. Here you can take a short break and take a look at the Fohlenhaus cave. Then you follow the loops of the Lone through its picturesque valley. At Bernstadt you turn your back on the river and cycle via Jungingen back to Ulm, where you reach the starting point again at the train station.

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      • August 26, 2021

  2. DB Regio planned a bike ride.

    August 23, 2021

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      Two rivers, lots of nature and beautiful landscapes await you on the tour from Ravensburg. It starts right at the train station. You can also rent an e-bike here if you haven't brought your own bike.At the beginning you cycle comfortably through Ravensburg and then north to Weingarten. It is worth making a first stop here, where you can see the impressive Basilica of St. Martin. Then it goes uphill through an agricultural area. On the way you can enjoy wonderful views over the picturesque landscape again and again.After about ten kilometers you will reach the highest point of the tour and immerse yourself in the wild and romantic forest. Shortly afterwards you come across a canal that used to feed a paper mill with water from the Wolfegger Ach. An easily navigable gravel path leads you directly along the banks of the canal and finally brings you to the Wolfegger Ach.After a nice stretch along the river you leave the forest and cycle past meadows and fields over a hill to Reute. A rapid descent into the Schussental awaits you behind the village. Along the rushing river you drive on gravel paths through wonderful forest, which clears just before Mochenwangen. From now on you always drive near the river through the open landscape back to Ravensburg.

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      • August 26, 2021

  3. DB Regio planned a bike ride.

    August 23, 2021

    1. DB Regio

      On the tour from Biberach an der Riß, you can expect beautiful nature reserves, including the Federseemoor, as well as picturesque lakes and scenic landscapes.It starts at the train station in Biberach. You can also rent a bike in the city if you came without a bike. Fully equipped, you swing on the saddle and leave Biberach towards Reute at the start of the tour. Shortly afterwards you dive into the Wilde Ried. In the protected area you are surrounded by wonderful silence and nature.Next you cycle to the Federsee and walk around it. On the way you will pass viewing platforms from which you can take a look at the lake and the moor. The pile dwellings in the Federseemoor are part of the UNESCO World Heritage. At the end of the circumnavigation you roll on the west side of the lake on a wide wooden plank path through the moor. Then you get back to Wilde Ried.From here it goes on to the Olzreuter See. The route then leads you through a picturesque open landscape to Obersessendorf. Passing the lime pond you come to the Riss. You now follow it back to Biberach, where you reach the starting point of the tour again.

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      • August 26, 2021

  4. DB Regio planned a bike ride.

    August 23, 2021

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      Ponds, lakes and the wonderful Wurzacher Ried nature reserve want to be discovered by you on this tour from Aulendorf. It is best to take your binoculars with you, because in the oases of nature you have the opportunity to observe numerous birds.The starting point is in Aulendorf at the train station. There is a bike rental just a stone's throw away from here in case you haven't brought your own bike. After you have left Aulendorf in the south, you cycle along the Steinach to Bad Waldsee. It is worth taking a first extensive rest here, where you can strengthen yourself for the onward journey.Afterwards there are two crisp climbs waiting for you. The first leads you through refreshing forest, the second to a hill from which you can enjoy an unforgettable view of the extensive landscape around you. There follows a short descent, then it continues on largely flat paths. They lead you through an agricultural region to the Rohrsee. You can watch birds wonderfully from the shore.From here you cycle on to Bad Wurzach. In the pretty old town, cozy cafes and restaurants invite you to take a break. With new strength you will then drive through the Wurzacher Ried, the largest intact high moor in Central Europe. Numerous species of birds feel at home here too, and with a little luck you can observe them.You now make your way back through wide meadows and fields. It leads you past the Schwaigfurter Weiher, where a short stop is also worthwhile. Then it goes directly back to Aulendorf.

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      • August 26, 2021

  5. DB Regio planned a bike ride.

    August 23, 2021

    1. DB Regio

      On this beautiful round you will pass three small lakes and finally cycle along the shores of Lake Constance. On hot days you have numerous opportunities to cool off on the way.It starts at Lindau-Reutin train station. From here it is only a stone's throw to the Lindau Youth Hostel, where you can rent bicycles. So if you don't have your own bike with you, you'll be equipped here.Then you cycle north. It goes steadily uphill until you reach the Weißensberger Weiher. On its banks you can take a break and gather new strength with the wonderful view over the still water.In easy ups and downs you then drive through a beautiful landscape of wide meadows, small wooded areas and romantic villages to Degersee, where you can make your next stop. There is a great swimming area and refreshment stops at the lake.On the further journey you will pass the Schleinsee and have a picturesque view of the water and the lovely hills around it from the bike. In the background you can even see Lake Constance with the Alps towering behind it.You now roll along the Argen down to Lake Constance. Here you can first take a look at the impressive Marina Kressbronn, then you drive on the shore cycle path back to Lindau on Lake Constance. Here you will reach the starting point at Lindau-Reutin train station again.

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      • August 25, 2021

  6. DB Regio planned a bike ride.

    August 23, 2021

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    1. DB Regio

      On this tour you can expect beautiful sections along Lake Constance and a great route through the Tettnang Forest. Friedrichshafen and Tettnang are ideal for stopovers.The tour starts in Meckenbeuren at the train station. If you don't have your own bike with you, you can also start in Friedrichshafen. There is a bike rental near the train station. From the starting point in Meckenbeuren you cycle to the Schussen. You follow your playful run to Friedrichshafen Airport, then it's a direct route to the city and to the shores of Lake Constance.After a first break in beautiful Friedrichshafen, you drive through the untouched nature of the Eriskircher Ried to Langenargen. Here you leave Lake Constance again and shortly afterwards dive into the Tettnang Forest. Surrounded by majestic trees, you cycle on a well-developed route through the forest. It goes steadily uphill.At the highest point of the tour you will reach Tettnang. Numerous cafés and restaurants invite you to stop off in the pretty old town. A stroll through the winding streets is also worthwhile. After this stop you swing back on the saddle and roll comfortably the last few kilometers down to Meckenbeuren, where you reach the starting point of the tour again at the train station.

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      • August 26, 2021

  7. DB Regio planned a bike ride.

    August 23, 2021

    1. DB Regio

      This round takes you from Ulm on a beautiful route along the Danube, through the Erbacher Seenplatte, quiet forests and the Illertal.It starts at the main train station in Ulm. If you don't have your own bike with you, you can take a detour to Münsterplatz and borrow an e-bike from the tourist information office. Then you cycle through the pretty fishing district to the Danube. Always along the bank you drive upstream. On the way you cross the Danube twice and have wonderful views of the mighty river.At Erbach you pass the lake district and then leave the Danube. Now you drive past fields and meadows, always slightly uphill through a picturesque landscape. Finally, you dive into a quiet forest. Surrounded by calming nature, you cycle under the high treetops towards Dietenheim.Here you can reach the Iller. On beautiful paths you drive through the forest directly on the bank of the river back towards Ulm. In Wiblingen you will pass the monastery, where a stop is worthwhile. From here it goes over the Iller back to the Danube. After you have crossed it, you navigate back to Ulm Central Station, where you will reach the starting point of the tour.

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      • August 26, 2021