The Badische Wine Cycle Route connects the badische wine regions of Markgräflerland, Kaiserstuhl, Tuniberg, Breisgau, Ortenau, Kraichgau and Badische Bergstrasse over a distance of around 460 kilometres.
Wine and cycling – what more could you ask for?
The Badische Wine Cycle Route begins in Grenzach on the German-Swiss border and continues over the Isteiner Klotz through the Markgräflerland. Tuniberg and Kaiserstuhl invite you to continue north and explore the terraced vineyards. Alternatively, the variant past Freiburg’s old town and the Glottertal valley can be chosen. Through the vineyards of Breisgau, the cyclist arrives in Ortenau.
You can order a free overview map of the Badische Wine Cycle Route from the online brochure service of Schwarzwaldtouristik GmbH.
The route collects a total of over 3,000 metres in altitude and runs mostly on asphalt paths. Perfect for cycling with an e-bike.
The stages at a glance:
The Badische Wine Cycle Route crosses seven of the nine Baden wine-growing areas. In the Lake Constance wine-growing area, the region can be discovered on the 260-kilometre Lake Constance Cycle Path, and in the Tauberfranken wine-growing area, the Tauber Valley Cycle Path leads through the region for about 100 kilometres.