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Rhine Cycle Route Artikel nr. 700178 Schrijver: Cicerone

Rhine Cycle Route

Artikel nr. 700178 Schrijver: Cicerone

Rhine Cycle Route - van de oorsprong naar de mondig - 1378 km

A guidebook for the Rhine Cycle Route with stage-by-stage descriptions, from its source high in the Swiss Alps to its mouth at the Netherlands' North Sea coast. In two weeks and 27 stages, you will cycle through six countries including France and Germany, visiting cities, towns and villages and passing locations of great historical interest.


his comprehensive cycle touring guidebook to the Rhine Cycle Route. This guide offers a detailed stage-by-stage description of this epic 1380km route along the Rhine, one of Europe's great rivers, which travels through six countries on its way from Switzerland to the North Sea. On its way, the Rhine Cycle Route passes the remains of Roman cities, medieval towns, castles, cathedrals, palaces, great cities of the industrial revolution and relics of 20th-century warfare. And it travels through a great range of stunning scenery.


On this 1378km route you will cycle 27 stages through six countries; Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, France and the Netherlands, to end at Hoek van Holland (Hook of Holland). Each stages averages just over 50km, and itineraries can be adjusted according to each cyclist's needs.


Starting in the Swiss Alps with high mountains, deep glacial valleys and gorges it soon reaches Europe's third largest lake, the Bodensee, and its greatest mainland waterfall. After Basel, the Rhine becomes a broad river, where straightening, flood dykes, locks and dams have created the world's busiest river trading artery. The middle Rhine, between Bingen and Koblenz, forces its way through the narrow rocky Rhine gorge lined by romantic castles perched above Germany's finest vineyards. The cycling is easy, downhill and along dedicated cycle routes. The countries visited are very cycle-friendly and the waymarking is excellent. And the whole trip can be completed in two weeks by a fit cyclist.



  • practical information on cycling the route; from traveling to and from the Rhine with your bike, to accommodation and preparation before you go

  • all the countries the route passes through are cycle-friendly, and have plenty of way-marking

  • while not technically challenging, but very varied. Fit cyclists whould be able to complete the route in two-weeks


 

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Rhine Cycle Route

Rhine Cycle Route - van de oorsprong naar de mondig - 1378 km

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A guidebook for the Rhine Cycle Route with stage-by-stage descriptions, from its source high in the Swiss Alps to its mouth at the Netherlands' North Sea coast. In two weeks and 27 stages, you will cycle through six countries including France and Germany, visiting cities, towns and villages and passing locations of great historical interest.

his comprehensive cycle touring guidebook to the Rhine Cycle Route. This guide offers a detailed stage-by-stage description of this epic 1380km route along the Rhine, one of Europe's great rivers, which travels through six countries on its way from Switzerland to the North Sea. On its way, the Rhine Cycle Route passes the remains of Roman cities, medieval towns, castles, cathedrals, palaces, great cities of the industrial revolution and relics of 20th-century warfare. And it travels through a great range of stunning scenery.

On this 1378km route you will cycle 27 stages through six countries; Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, France and the Netherlands, to end at Hoek van Holland (Hook of Holland). Each stages averages just over 50km, and itineraries can be adjusted according to each cyclist's needs.

Starting in the Swiss Alps with high mountains, deep glacial valleys and gorges it soon reaches Europe's third largest lake, the Bodensee, and its greatest mainland waterfall. After Basel, the Rhine becomes a broad river, where straightening, flood dykes, locks and dams have created the world's busiest river trading artery. The middle Rhine, between Bingen and Koblenz, forces its way through the narrow rocky Rhine gorge lined by romantic castles perched above Germany's finest vineyards. The cycling is easy, downhill and along dedicated cycle routes. The countries visited are very cycle-friendly and the waymarking is excellent. And the whole trip can be completed in two weeks by a fit cyclist.

  • practical information on cycling the route; from traveling to and from the Rhine with your bike, to accommodation and preparation before you go
  • all the countries the route passes through are cycle-friendly, and have plenty of way-marking
  • while not technically challenging, but very varied. Fit cyclists whould be able to complete the route in two-weeks

 

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Rhine Cycle Route Beoordeling door Bernadette (Geplaatst op 31-10-2017)
We have just completed 1200km from Konstanz to Bussum near Amsterdam. We used the "Rhine Cycle Route" by Mike Wells and published by Cicerone. We left the actual route at Duisburg and travelled across Holland to Breda and then on to Bussum via Utrecht and Hilversum.
We took 4 weeks to complete the ride which included 7 rest days. 4 of these rest days were not needed but we spent them with friends in Breda.
The instructions in the book were pretty well perfect and the route is well marked which makes for stress free journey.
Edit required on page 147. An alternate route is mentioned. This is not necessary as we chanced the original route which is no longer muddy etc. It is now a clean route which is more than clearly marked as a detour around some the messy bits. We began our journey on 20th September much to the dismay of many locals who predicted cold and wet weather. In fact the opposite was true. The first 12 days were sunshine and blue sky. Then we had 2 mornings of a little rain and the rest was either clear skies or cloud but no rain. We also experienced on of the hottest October days on record. So we are very happy with the whole journey. We had 2 flat tyres and a broken spoke which was easily fixed enroute. As its quite an easy ride we recommend anyone who can cycle give it a go. We only booked accommodation one day ahead as we went along and recommend staying in the smaller towns between the majors in the book. Good luck and safe cycling. Happy to discuss our trip with anyone interested.
Cheers