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Breuberg Bb 1

26,1 km
754 Hm
Singletrail: S1
Condition: K1



For families: not recommended

Equipped with many natural trails through hollow paths and border paths, the tour starts directly below Breuberg Castle. After the Sandbacher See lake, there are several challenging hairpin bends in the direction of Hetschbach. In general, the proportion of routes on asphalt is very low.
The approx. 30 km long route with an elevation gain of approx. 730 meters starts and ends opposite the “Gustavsruhe” parking lot above the youth campsite directly below Breuberg Castle near Breuberg-Neustadt. From there, the route leads along forest paths in the direction of Sandbach, then above the AHG clinic into a descent through a hollow trail down to the “Kiesbuckel” on the outskirts of Breuberg-Sandbach. After an ascent across meadows, with wonderful views of Breuberg Castle and the districts of Breuberg, the route continues along forest paths and trails and meadow paths towards Sandbacher See. There is also an entry point to the route, with start and finish, at Sandbacher See. Behind the Sandbacher See lake, you cross a small footbridge and then head towards Höchst. Then in serpentines over several partly. challenging trails in the direction of Hetschbach to the Rondell parking lot on the B45. Here is another entry point for the start and finish. From here along trails and paths parallel to the B45, first below (great views to the west and of the Otzberg fortress) and then above the Silberwald nature reserve quarry back towards Sandbach. From there via forest paths and trails to the saddle between Hainstadt and Wald Amorbach. Here you have the possibility to change to the mountain bike trail “Mö1” from Mömlingen (approx. 200m connection). A short asphalt track near the youth campsite leads over a steep descent near Wald Amorbach, then over trails and forest paths towards Hainstadt and back to the starting point at Breuberg. There are almost no roads to drive on or cross on this route. The route was chosen and laid out with consideration for nature and forestry as well as hunters, hikers and walkers.

For families: not recommended
Technical requirements: high

Peter Hock
Route sponsor Bb 1
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