Choose a language
Plan a route here Copy route
Road biking recommended route

By roadbike along the Naheweinstraße

· 1 review · Road biking · Nahetal zwischen Simmertal und Bad Kreuznach · open
Responsible for this content
Hunsrück-Touristik GmbH Verified partner  Explorers Choice 
  • Ab durch die Weinberge
    / Ab durch die Weinberge
    Photo: CC BY, Naheland-Touristik GmbH
  • / Mit dem Rennrad durch die Weinregion
    Photo: Katharina Martini, CC BY, Naheland-Touristik GmbH
  • / Durch die historische Altstadt von Meisenheim
    Photo: CC BY, Naheland-Touristik GmbH
  • / Einkehr mit Aussicht
    Photo: CC BY, Naheland-Touristik GmbH
m 400 300 200 100 80 60 40 20 km Weingut Welker Weinaurant Bach Weingut Marx Sponheim Weingut Tesch Weingut Sinß Weingut Sitzius
Striking rocks, steep vineyards and castle ruins - the racing bike version of the "Naheweinstraße" leads through the famous wine region in a varied and enjoyable way.
open
moderate
Distance 97 km
5:10 h
802 m
802 m
From the train station in Bad Sobernheim, the tour leads steadily uphill via Meddersheim, Merxheim and Monzingen to Auen to Daubach and via the Kleinbahn cycle circuit to Bockenau. The next 40 km run in a steady up and down: below Sponheim Castle, the trail runs along the Ellerbach to Sponheim and from there on to Wallhausen. With a view of the Gutenberg ruins, the trail continues to Gutenberg and from there, via Breitenfelser Hof, to Guldental with its panoramic views. With vineyards on your right, you reach the Nahe before crossing the motorway via Waldlaubersheim and through the Trollbachtal valley. From here the route flattens out and continues to Langenlonsheim. Through the Salinental valley in Bad Kreuznach and along the Rotenfels massif, the route continues via Norheim and Niederhausen to the last climb of the tour up to the former vineyard domain and past Gut Hermannsberg with its panoramic views through idyllic vineyards.

Author’s recommendation

If you want to take it easy, divide this tour into two stages - so you can explore the highlights along the way in a relaxed way.
Profile picture of Katharina Martini
Author
Katharina Martini
Update: September 22, 2021
Difficulty
moderate
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
Daubach, 348 m
Lowest point
Trollmühle, 84 m
Best time of year
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

Safety information

Respect the traffic rules, pay attention to other road users and ride at an appropriate speed, especially on descents. Be considerate of other cyclists and pedestrians on cycle paths.

Tips and hints

https://www.weinland-nahe.de/de/unsere-nahe/die-naheweinstrasse/index.html

https://www.naheland.net

https://www.facebook.com/BikeRegionHuNa

Start

Bad Sobernheim train station (152 m)
Coordinates:
DD
49.783096, 7.650597
DMS
49°46'59.1"N 7°39'02.1"E
UTM
32U 402859 5515388
w3w 
///persevere.awakened.conceivable

Destination

Bad Sobernheim train station

Turn-by-turn directions

From the train station in Bad Sobernheim, the tour leads steadily uphill via Meddersheim, Merxheim and Monzingen to Auen to Daubach and via the Kleinbahn cycle circuit to Bockenau. The next 40 km run in a steady up and down: below Sponheim Castle, the trail runs along the Ellerbach to Sponheim and from there on to Wallhausen. With a view of the Gutenberg ruins, the trail continues to Gutenberg and from there, via Breitenfelser Hof, to Guldental with its panoramic views. With vineyards on your right, you reach the Nahe before crossing the motorway via Waldlaubersheim and through the Trollbachtal valley. From here the route flattens out and continues to Langenlonsheim. Through the Salinental valley in Bad Kreuznach and along the Rotenfels massif, the route continues via Norheim and Nederhausen to the last climb of the tour, which is rewarded with a beautiful descent shortly before the end of the tour. Via Odernheim you finally reach the starting point.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Bad Sobernheim railway station is located on the Bingen-Saarbrücken Nahe Valley railway.

Getting there

Coming from the A61, take the Bad Kreuznach exit and follow the signs to Bad Sobernheim via the B41.

Parking

Free parking at Johannisplatz, all day on weekdays, Sundays and public holidays, at the Dr.-Werner-Dümmler-Halle, Staudernheimer Str. all day on weekdays, Sundays and public holidays and at the Fachmarktzentrum, Brauhaus DENKMALz all day on Sundays and public holidays.

Coordinates

DD
49.783096, 7.650597
DMS
49°46'59.1"N 7°39'02.1"E
UTM
32U 402859 5515388
w3w 
///persevere.awakened.conceivable
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendations for this region:

Show more

Recommended maps for this region:

Show more

Equipment

  • Mobile phone with full battery   
  • Cash
  • Air pump / compressed air cartridge
  • Spare hose   
  • Water
  • Energy gel / gel
  • Wind / rain jacket

Questions and answers

Ask the first question

Would you like to the ask the author a question?


Rating

4.0
(1)
Carsten Albert
2 days ago · Community
When did you do this route? September 17, 2021
Photo: Carsten Albert, Community
Photo: Carsten Albert, Community
Photo: Carsten Albert, Community

Photos from others


Status
open
Reviews
Difficulty
moderate
Distance
97 km
Duration
5:10 h
Ascent
802 m
Descent
802 m
Multi-stage route Scenic Geological highlights Circular route Refreshment stops available Cultural/historical interest

Statistics

  • Contents
  • Show images Hide images
Features
2D 3D
Maps and trails
Duration : h
Distance  km
Ascent  m
Descent  m
Highest point  m
Lowest point  m
Push the arrows to change the view