Johanna
 

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Hey, schön, dass du hier gelandet bist. Als offizielle komoot-Redakteurin zeige ich dir in meinen Collections die coolsten Radtouren in Deutschland, Europa und der Welt. Von gemütlichen Tagestouren über abwechslungsreiche Fernradwege bis hin zu ultralangen Radwanderwegen findest du hier alles, was das Radlerherz höher schlagen lässt.Radfahren, Schreiben und Reisen sind meine Leidenschaft, an der ich Menschen wie dich in meinem Reiseblog und hier bei komoot gerne teilhaben lasse. Und auch wenn ich nicht alle Radtouren, die ich dir hier zeige, ausprobieren kann, plane und recherchiere ich sie so, als würde ich sie selber fahren wollen. Dabei empfehle ich dir Highlights an den Strecken, die ich hilfreich oder faszinierend finde. Die fertigen Collections kannst du dann direkt abfahren oder als Inspiration für dein nächstes Abenteuer nehmen. Viel Spaß! :)

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288 km

Tiempo en movimiento

18:48 h

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  1. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

    Hace aprox. 9 horas

    02:21
    40,4 km
    17,3 km/h
    90 m
    120 m
    1. Johanna

      The last stage on the Aisch Valley Cycle Path takes you 41 leisurely kilometers from Höchstadt an der Aisch to the World Heritage City of Bamberg - and yes, it goes downhill.Behind Höchstadt an der Aisch it goes past small ponds and wide meadows that stretch up to dense wooded areas. Large fields with maize, sunflowers, rape and various grains complete the varied landscape along the Aisch, near which you cycle to the northeast. Inviting beer gardens await you on the way, where you can relax and strengthen yourself under shady trees.About halfway you will meet the Regnitz, into which the Aisch flows. After you have crossed the river, turn north and follow the dead straight Main-Danube Canal on flat bike paths directly on the bank, which will bring you to Bamberg without detours.Before you cycle to the train station in Bamberg, the destination of the bike tour, and take the train home there, it is worth making an extensive detour to the uniquely beautiful old town, which was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993. So that you can find your way to the most beautiful highlights of the city in a relaxed way, I have built them into the tour. Have fun!

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  2. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

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    1. Johanna

      Today's stage takes you 48 kilometers from Bad Windsheim to Höchstadt an der Aisch, downhill all the time. You drive large parts of the route directly along the Aisch, others guide you on beautiful bike paths through the enchanting landscape away from the river.Immediately after Bad Windsheim you will meet the Aisch and follow its course for several kilometers. Charming little wooden bridges lead you over and over again over the beautifully natural river.Neustadt an der Aisch awaits you halfway. Here you are welcome to make a detour to the pretty city center. If you come by here on a Saturday, the weekly market is inviting. You can strengthen yourself at the many colorful stands and enjoy the hustle and bustle.After cycling a few kilometers further along the Aisch, you will reach the small town of Gutenstetten, where you can stop at the Radlertreff and exchange the best tips about the Aisch Valley Cycle Path with like-minded people.On the remaining way to the stage destination Höchstadt an der Aisch, you will not only be enchanted by the river with its forks and enchanted ambience, but also by the many ponds along the way. After all, this area with over 7,000 ponds is one of the largest contiguous pond areas in Central Europe.In the beautiful Höchstadt an der Aisch you have then reached today's stage destination. Here you can take a leisurely look at the historic old town and end the evening in a cozy restaurant with good Franconian cuisine.

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      The Aisch Valley Cycle Path begins in the beautiful medieval Rothenburg ob der Tauber. From the train station, where the tour starts, it is worth taking a short detour through the historic old town, the heart of which is the market square. You can take your time for this, because the first stage to Bad Windsheim is only 38 kilometers long and goes downhill almost the whole time.From Rothenburg ob der Tauber the cycle path leads down into the valley, past yellow rapeseed and sunflower fields, green meadows and dense forests. Countless small streams accompany you, including the Ens and the Tiefenbach, which unite in a large pond near Burgbernheim and from there continue to flow as Ens. The Aisch also rises near Burgbernheim.However, before you continue on the Aisch Valley Cycle Path, you are welcome to visit the Kapellenberg in Burgbernheim. The small ascent is a welcome change from continually going downhill and from above you have a magnificent view of the small town and the surrounding country.Back on the Aisch Valley Cycle Path you cycle comfortably through beautiful fields and meadows until you meet the river for the first time at the gates of today's stage destination. Here you cross the Aisch flood canal and then accompany the Aisch a little bit to Bad Windsheim, where this stage ends. In the beautiful place, you can end the day relaxing in the thermal baths or with a visit to the graduation tower.

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  4. Johanna planificó un paseo en bici.

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    1. Johanna

      Today is the last and longest stage of the Hohenzollern Cycle Path. 35 kilometers bring you from Tuttlingen to Lake Constance, where the beautiful bike tour ends.From Tuttlingen, the journey to the Witthoh takes you uphill again briefly. On top of the mountain you can take a moment to enjoy the great view of the volcanic cones of the Hegau and towards Lake Constance. With good visibility you can even see as far as the Bernese Alps.Through the Wasserburger Valley you cycle downhill past green meadows, grazing horses and through romantic forests. After you have passed the picturesque Langenstein Castle, it slowly flattens out again and the last kilometers of the exciting bike tour begin, which will bring you to the destination of the tour on Lake Constance.In the idyllic Ludwigshafen on Lake Constance, you can end the day bathing in the lake or relaxing on the beach. You can look back on the beautiful tour over the Swabian Alb before you take the train back home.

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    1. Johanna

      And it goes even higher: 990 meters is the highest point of the entire tour and today, on the 21-kilometer stage from Gosheim to Tuttlingen, you will reach it.Right at the beginning of the stage you will have the pleasure of pedaling again for this last climb. Once at the top, you have reached the highest point of the tour. From now on it's almost all downhill. On the plateau of the Großer Heuberg you can roll yourself through the beautiful forest and meadow landscape to Böttingen. Here you can rest and strengthen yourself, because from now on it goes far from villages and cities through the sparsely populated landscape of the high plateau. Past lush meadows, wide fields and through lush forests you cycle south.The high plateau ends shortly before Tuttlingen and a rapid descent takes you down to the Danube Valley, where the stage destination Tuttlingen is waiting for you.

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      Today's stage goes even higher. From Schömberg you cycle on the shortest stage of the tour for 14 kilometers to Gosheim, which is not only the stage destination, but also the highest point of the stage at 850 meters.It starts very comfortably in Schömberg. Along the banks of the Schwarzenbach you cycle gently but continuously uphill to Schörzingen. If you want, you can take a break here to be fit for the upcoming climbing tour. It's pretty steep from Schörzingen to an altitude of almost 850 meters. If the 17 percent incline is too steep for you, you are also welcome to dismount and push. You can then enjoy the beautiful view to the fullest and take one or two photos of the picturesque landscape.Once on the high plateau, it even goes a little downhill to Wehingen, where you can take a well-deserved rest before the last few kilometers that bring you to the stage destination in Gosheim.

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      Today's stage is almost 28 kilometers long and takes you from Hechingen to Schömberg. When you leave Hechingen you can still enjoy the fairytale view of Hohenzollern Castle, which sits enthroned on its conical mountain. Then it goes on the plateau of the Swabian Alb towards the southwest past beautiful fields.Halfway there is a rest in Balingen. There are many restaurants and cafés here that invite you to stop off and enjoy good Swabian cuisine. Freshly strengthened, you are then ready for the long, relatively flat ascent, which will bring you up to an altitude of 670 meters. On the high plateau you then cycle the remaining kilometers to the stage destination Schömberg, where you can jump into the large reservoir at the end of the day and refresh yourself while bathing.

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      From Rottenburg am Neckar it's 26 kilometers to Hechingen today. There is also the Hohenzollern Castle, which is the headquarters of the Hohenzollern.After you have thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful city of Rottenburg with its inviting market square, the start is pleasantly flat for a while on the Neckar Valley cycle path. In Bad Niedernau you leave the Neckar and follow the course of a small tributary, the Katzenbach. On its banks it is mostly through shady forest and slightly uphill.The ascent to the Swabian Alb begins from Dettingen. As usual for the north side of the Swabian Alb, the Kornberg is also very steep. Once at the top, you can then enjoy a pleasant route through the forest and come through the village of Bodelshausen, where you can take a little rest.From Bodelshausen you cycle a wide arc and meet the Starzel, which is a tributary of the Neckar. It brings you directly to Hechingen, today's stage destination. In Hechingen you can end the day with a visit to Hohenzollern Castle and learn more about the history of the namesake of this bike tour.

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      On the second stage, a beautiful route with one or the other ascent and a lot of forest awaits you. It is 28 kilometers that take you from Dettenhausen to Rottenburg am Neckar today.From Dettenhausen it goes straight to the Schönbuch Nature Park. After a first short ascent, you roll on a long descent through the idyllic deciduous forest. At the lowest point you will come to a fork in the road. Here you can think about whether you want to make a short detour to beautiful Tübingen, which is down on the Neckar, or whether the tour continues for you without detours through the forest to Bebenhausen. Here you can make a stopover and visit the magnificent monastery and castle.From Bebenhausen you can pedal harder again and master another ascent. At the top of the highest point you can enjoy the view of the Ammertal and, if the visibility is good, you can even look as far as the Black Forest. In a rapid descent it goes back down into the valley and out of the forest. On a relatively flat stretch you then cycle through wide fields to the stage destination Rottenburg.

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      The varied Hohenzollern cycle path starts in Oberesslingen at the train station. You can easily get to the starting point by S-Bahn. The first stage of the long-distance cycle route takes you almost 34 kilometers to Dettenhausen.From the starting point in Oberesslingen you cycle directly to the Neckar. Here it goes briefly along the bank of the river until you turn south and start the ascent to the Filder. It goes alternately through refreshing forest and extensive fields. Especially on the passages with an open landscape you have a wonderful view. Depending on the weather, you can look really far and see the Swabian Alb.Afterwards, a pleasant descent down to the Aichtal awaits you. Here you follow the Aich, up to its confluence with the Sheikh. Through the Schaichtal you cycle uphill again to the stage destination Dettenhausen. It always goes through beautiful forest, in which there are many small fountains, where you can refresh yourself on the way.

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