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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.
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This 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.
A full set of GPX files for the route described in this guide is now available free to download to owners of the book.
You can download them by following this link: www.cicerone.co.uk/797/gpx
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|Getting there and back|
|Food and drink|
|Amenities and services|
|What to take|
|Safety and emergencies|
|About this guide|
|Alpenrhein (Alpine Rhine)|
|Stage 1 Oberalppass to Ilanz|
|Stage 2 Ilanz to Chur|
|Stage 3 Chur to Buchs|
|Stage 4 Buchs to Bregenz|
|Hochrhein (Higher Rhine)|
|Stage 5 Bregenz to Konstanz|
|Stage 6 Konstanz to Schaffhausen|
|Stage 7 Schaffhausen to Waldshut|
|Stage 8 Waldshut to Basel|
|Oberrhein (Upper Rhine)|
|Stage 9 Basel to Neuf-Brisach|
|Stage 10 Neuf-Brisach to Strasbourg|
|Stage 11 Strasbourg to Drusenheim|
|Stage 12 Drusenheim to Karlsruhe|
|Stage 13 Karlsruhe to Speyer|
|Stage 14 Speyer to Worms|
|Stage 15 Worms to Mainz|
|Mittelrhein (Middle Rhine)|
|Stage 16 Mainz to Bacharach|
|Stage 17 Bacharach to Koblenz|
|Stage 18 Koblenz to Königswinter|
|Niederrhein (Lower Rhine)|
|Stage 19 Königswinter to Köln|
|Stage 20 Köln to Düsseldorf|
|Stage 21 Düsseldorf to Duisburg|
|Stage 22 Duisburg to Xanten|
|Stage 23 Xanten to Arnhem|
|Delta Rijn (Rhine Delta)|
|Stage 24 Arnhem to Wijk bij Duurstede|
|Stage 25 Wijk bij Duurstede to Schoonhoven|
|Stage 26 Schoonhoven to Rotterdam|
|Stage 27 Rotterdam to Hoek van Holland|
|Alternative routes across the Netherlands|
|Appendix A Route summary table|
|Appendix B Glossary|
|Appendix C Useful contacts|
|Appendix D Principal tourist offices|
|Appendix E Youth hostels|