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If you don't cross the Rhine and don't end up in the forest, then you are roughly on the right track along the German Wine Route.
If you want to know a little more exactly where you are going along and how to get back to your starting point, then you can be guided by the tours we have prepared for you.
Our tour suggestions provide you with all the necessary information about the individual routes. Details about the length, the altitude profile and a route description are of course included.
We have compiled a list of the main cycling tours in the region. (for the English translation change languages in the top right corner of the appearing website, not all tours are translated yet)
The German Wine Route cycle route (Weinstrassenradweg) and the Cabbage and Turnip cycle route (Kraut und Rueben-Radweg) run almost parallel to the German Wine Route. Both begin in Bockenheim, the northernmost village on the German Wine Route, and lead to Schweigen-Rechtenbach on the border with Alsace. The German Wine Route cycle route runs closer to the edge of the Palatinate Forest and thus has one or two more slight inclines than the Kraut und Rueben Cycle Route, whose course is rather flat.
The Salian cycle route (Salierradweg) connects the cathedral cities of Worms and Speyer with Bad Duerkheim on a predominantly flat, family-friendly course in the form of a figure eight and can thus be easily divided into two circular tours of almost equal length.
The Oschelskopf cycle route (Oschelskopftour) connects the villages of the Freinsheim holiday region. Please note that the tour does not yet have its own signposting. For the most part, it runs along the same route as sections of the Wine Route and Cabbage and Turnip cycle paths. However, with the help of the text description of the route, you should not get lost on the Oschelskopftour...