Cycle paths & trails for adventure seekers in Germany

Nothing beats biking around Europe to explore more of the area. To help you experience the best the region has to offer, we’ve reviewed our full collection of bike & mountain bike routes to bring you the popular routes.



Schaumerg Loop:

40 km will cover the Schaumberg mountain, it is one of the highest elevations in the Saarland with 568 meters. Alternating between ascents and descents will make the tour a great experience.

From Tholey via Sankt Wendel to Theley the journey goes through the beautiful landscape. Back again, the climb to the observation tower is worthwhile, from which you will be rewarded with a fabulous view of the entire Saarland.



In Tiergarten you can find many many flat or uphill types of routes. This is a trail for everyone. From fire trails to single-track trails that have been made. Some of the single-track trails are for very experienced riders only. There are multiple trails that have some very intense jumps from rock formations or manufactured kickers.


Melkerei 45Km loop:

Add this to your morning routine. 97% of Forest trail/single track. This great forest "ridge" runs above gelterswoog lake and above hohenecken. Adding every tough climb we could find. Intermediate skills recommended. The locals love it.

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Tower Trail:

If you are looking for something more technical then the Tower Trail is right up your ally.

The Tower Trail is a 15.9 kilometer lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Bad Freienwalde, Brandenburg, Germany that features beautiful wildflowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

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Allgäu Castle Park Cycle Loop:

This fairytale loop is a total of 219 kilometers. You are promised an experience filled with nature and culture.

Starting from Füssen's Old Town, the route will take cyclists to Hohenschwangau Castle. After riding along the former “Sachsenrieder Bähnle” railway line, it is worth stopping for a beer break at the Kaltentaler Brauhaus. Views of the Alps herald the western edge of the castle parkland, where the ruins of Falkenstein Castle are the highest in Germany. The last leg of the route heads down to Weissensee and back to Füssen.

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Alb Valleys Cycle Route:

The Alb Valleys Route passes through the exceptionally beautiful countryside settings in the Swabian Alb Geopark, mainly on well-maintained tarmac cycle paths and tracks. The route is lined with the region's characteristic juniper heathland, prehistoric rock formations, and mysterious caves.


Berlin Wall Trail:

The best way to explore what is left of the former border is by bike. The route will allow cyclists to pass the border guards, watchtowers, museums, and more. The flat terrain is also suitable for kids.

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Lake Constance-Königssee Cycle Path

This a long cycle patch. Time to hydrate up. Starting from the Swabian Lake to Lake Konigssee will offer you amazing views of the Alpine foothills but you will have to hit the gas to see these beautiful highlights. This route has lots of steep climbs and many hills.


Moselle Cycle Route

This route is part of the international Velo Tour Mosselle. It will take you through rich scenery on large level terrains. The bonus about this route is that the route is comprehensive for electric bike/e-bikes. The route is mainly flat and is suitable for kids too.

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