The Weser Uplands is also the perfect destination for fans of rapid descents, steep ascents, stunning views and the breathtaking landscape of the Solling-Vogler Nature Park!
The mountain bike region of the same name has plenty to offer too, with 16 separate routes covering distances of 22 to 158 kilometres and providing cyclists with a total of 760 kilometres of mountain-biking fun in the Solling-Vogler region. When added together, these routes offer cyclists the chance to tackle a total difference in altitude of 17,000 metres and are sure to put a smile on every visitor’s face, from families through to hobby cyclists and right through to ambitious athletes.
How about a family trip to a forest full of adventure? This short route connects a variety of child-friendly attractions such as the ErlebnisWald adventure forest near the town of Schönhagen, the Wildpark Neuhaus wildlife park and the woodland pasture near the village of Amelith. Visitors looking for a more challenging experience will enjoy the Durch den Hochsolling (Through the Hochsolling Hills) route. Cyclists who choose to tackle this varied journey up and down the hills are treated to stunning views and can make the most of the MTB course between the villages of Neuhaus and Silberborn.
Our tip: The different routes have different levels of difficulty. They also all form part of a networked system of circuits that can be used individually, lead riders in one direction depending on the route chosen and are signposted in accordance with ADFC standards.
Below you will find a more detailed insight into two signposted routes for mountain bikers. You can find descriptions of all of the other routes available on the interactive maps of the Weser Uplands Navigator.
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