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Mountain bike tours

The Southern Black Forest Nature Park offers all the requirements that a high-quality cycling and mountain biking area must bring. Hardly anywhere else in southern Germany can you cover as many vertical meters as here in just a few kilometers. The extremely varied natural and cultural landscape is not only ideal for competitive cyclists, but also for nature-loving recreational cyclists. For this reason, the nature park has been classifying and signposting mountain bike routes for the past three years, via the municipalities, according to a system that is unique in Germany and developed by experts for the nature park.

The Black Forest offers ideal conditions that make a special mountain bike area. Hardly anywhere else can you cover as many meters in altitude or simply enjoy the beautiful Black Forest view at the top. The varied landscape not only offers competitive athletes an ideal terrain, but also recreational athletes and families will find the right mountain bike tour in the Black Forest here.

Take care when choosing yours Hotels in the Black Forest to the connection to the nature parks. There you will find the most beautiful routes for unique and breathtaking bike tours.

Pforzheim
Through the Black Forest by bike - pure active vacation The Black Forest is a popular holiday destination for active vacationers. This is ideal for hikers and cyclists
Pforzheim - Bad Säckingen
... on the bike across the Black Forest. As one of the first drivers of the route from Pforzheim to Bad Säckingen went in June 2006
Todtnauberg
We start our mountain bike tour at the entrance to Todtnauberg (parking facilities), turn right into the downhill Kreuzmattstrasse, after the bridge into the ascending Ennerbachstrasse
Wieden
The L 123 road in the direction of WiedenerEck approx. 2.5 km to the large Rank. From there the road towards Ungendwieden. Left at the wayside cross. To
Schonau
From Schönau on the marked Wiesental cycle path via Utzenfeld towards Todtnau. Approx. 1.4 km after Utzenfeld turn off to Geschwend, cross the B 317. To Geschwend cemetery
On Saturday morning we went on a bike tour around the southern Black Forest. According to the advertisement, “Almost no increase in altitude”, is that even possible?
Start / finish: car park at the Ettlingen outdoor pool. From there “bei der Hell”, past the Horbachquell biotope on the panorama path along the tree line to Oberweier. Left turn to the water tank
Start: Ettlingen Kilometers: 17,5 meters in altitude: 280 Start / finish: Parking lot at the Ettlingen outdoor pool. From there “bei der Hell”, past the Horbachquell biotope on the Panoramaweg to
Start: Ettlingen Kilometers: 15 meters in altitude: 200 Start / finish: Parking lot at the Ettlingen outdoor pool. From there “bei der Hell”, past the Horbachquell biotope on the Panoramaweg to
Start: Ettlingen Kilometers: 14 meters in altitude: 260 Start / finish: Parking lot at the Ettlingen outdoor pool Joint start on the “Vogelsruhweg” (across from Wattsteigbrückenweg) to the Fuchsbauweg above the Kalberklamm hunting lodge, then
Start: Ettlingen Kilometers: 8 meters in altitude: 180 Start / finish: Parking lot at the Ettlingen outdoor pool Joint start on the “Vogelsruhweg” (across from Wattsteigbrückenweg) to the Fuchsbauweg above the Kalberklamm hunting lodge, then
Start: St. Blasien Kilometers: 29 This tour, which is 30 km long, initially leads mainly on nature trails (with low to medium climbs) to Menzenschwand.
Start: Todtmoos Kilometers: 29 With a steep ascent, the route initially leads on the L 151 via Todtmoos-Strick and Todtmoos-Weg to the Hochkopfhaus and on, again
Start: Albbruck Kilometers: 15 Constantly rising - the first section on the L 154 - the tour first leads to Buch. With partly strong
Start: Höchenschwand Kilometers: 15 This tour, which is 15 km long, leads first (partly on bike paths) to Strittberg and further (for the most part on well
Start: Waldshut (Chilbiplatz) Kilometers: 25 Constantly uphill (with short, steep intermediate climbs), it first goes through the Schmitzinger Valley to Waldkirch and around the Gupfen
Length: 73,9km Route: Feldberg, Feldsee, Titisee, Hinterzarten, Breitnau, Buchenbach, Kirchzarten, Oberried, Todtnau GPS data: GPX file