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Beste singletrails harz

Beste singletrails harz-11

Cliffs, stunning views, rock formations The Harz is known for its rough climate and the legends surrounding the Brocken – the magic mountain is a popular destination for mountain bikers.Not only the variety, but also the size of this mountain bike paradise is impressive: it covers an area of more than 60 by 40 kilometres.

In other places such as Wildemann or Hahnenklee you can join MTB round-tours, even though their listed starting point is actually somewhere else.Here you will find plenty of service for cyclists, mountain-bike-friendly accommodation, exciting MTB race events, bike parks and MTB guides who will take you on a tour. In 25 Harz towns and villages your hosts will know what mountain bikers need.They all display the sign "Mountainbiker willkommen".Cautious and considerate Safety for mountain bikers is of paramount importance here in the Harz.You can help by having the right clothing and well-maintained equipment.To help you experience the best the region has to offer, we’ve reviewed our full collection of mountain bike routes to bring you the top 10.

Just click on any of the routes below to browse real tips and photos shared by other members of Komoot’s mountain biking community, to see what they liked most about these Tours—and to find the perfect mountain bike route for your next ride.

The opening times vary according to the size of the rental station.

In summer you can reserve bikes online from the larger rental stations (e.g. For groups of more than five people you should always phone the rental station in advance to make sure that the bikes you would like to have are available in the necessary size on your chosen date.

| difficult descents: Hirtenstieg downhill can only be ridden with good brakes and suspension | many hikers!

| please note: no signposting between the Ecker Reservoir and Dreieckiger Pfahl!

The biggest bike paradise in Northern Germany Since 2012 the VOLKSBANK ARENA HARZ consists of 74 routes totalling 2,200 km in length and with 59,000 vertical metres of climbing.