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Flowtrail Kreuzberg - Bischofsheim - Rhön

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  • Flowtrail Kreuzberg
    Flowtrail Kreuzberg
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Enjoy a flowing descent on the longest flow trail in Bavaria. Over 50 obstacles await you on our Flwotrail Kreuzberg.
closed
moderate
Distance 1.7 km
0:05 h
1 m
150 m
747 m
598 m
The starting point is the Neustädter Haus, a Rhön hiking hut where you can also park directly.

From there, the entrance to the Flowtrail is just a short distance east of the parking lot. Now the ride on the almost 2 kilometer long trail can begin. Jumps, tables, waves, berms and a North Shore element await you as obstacles. All elements can be bypassed if you don't want to challenge them.

The Irenkreuz parking lot marks the end of the trail. A paved path takes you back to the starting point.

 

There are terms of use for the Flowtrail Kreuzberg. You can read about them here.

Author’s recommendation

There are places to stop for refreshments on the Kreuzberg (monastery and all kinds of huts) and in Bischofsheim; the latter also has a bike park.
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Author
Katharina Happel
Update: November 18, 2022
Difficulty
moderate
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
747 m
Lowest point
598 m
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Track types

Asphalt 2.40%Dirt road 1.96%Path 95.62%
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Path
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Safety information

You can use the flow trail at your own risk from April to October. You can find more information in the terms of use for the Kreuzberg Flowtrail.

The Flowtrail is closed from November to March and when it rains continuously.

Tips and hints

Start

Neustädter Haus, Bischofsheim i.d. Rhön (746 m)
Coordinates:
DD
50.374426, 10.010744
DMS
50°22'27.9"N 10°00'38.7"E
UTM
32U 571872 5580750
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Destination

Wanderparkplatz Irenkreuz, Bischofsheim i.d. Rhön

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Public transport

The hiking car parks are not served by public transport.

However, arrival by public transport at Kreuzberg can be planned. Then you ride on the mountain bike trail network of the Rhön to the Neustädter Haus, where the trail starts.

The following bus routes run on the Kreuzberg:

  • Line 8012 - Kreuzbergbus: Oberelsbach/Sandberg - Bischofsheim - Kreuzberg
  • Line 8057 - Sinntalbus: Bad Brückenau - Wildflecken - Kreuzberg
  • Line 8240 - Kreuzberg-Shuttle: Hammelburg - Oberthulba - Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet - Burkardroth - Langenleiten - Kreuzberg
  • Line 8305 - Hochrhönbus: Bad Neustadt - Kreuzberg - Fladungen/Gersfeld

Before setting off, please clarify with the service provider whether or not your bikes can be transported.

Getting there

The Neustädter Haus can be reached via the A7. Leave the autobahn at exit 95 Brückenau/Wildflecken. Then follow the signs to Bad Brückenau (B286) and shortly afterwards in the direction of Bischofsheim (St2289). At Oberweißenbrunn, turn left onto the B279. Here you now take the exit that leads to Bischofsheim and Sandberg. (St2288). Follow this towards Sandberg and a little later you will reach the Irenkreuz hiking car park. Stop on this one or follow the signs to the Neustädter Haus.

The start of the Flowtrail is next to the Neustäder Haus and next to the Irenkreuz car park you find the exit.

Parking

Parking lot next to the Neustädter Haus, 97653 Bischofsheim i.d. Rhön | GoogleMaps

Hiking car park Irenkreuz, 97653 Bischofsheim i.d. Rhön | GoogleMaps

Coordinates

DD
50.374426, 10.010744
DMS
50°22'27.9"N 10°00'38.7"E
UTM
32U 571872 5580750
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Equipment

  • downhill helmet
  • goggles
  • protectors
  • Leg and arm protectors
  • gloves
  • shoe and pedal
  • neck brace

Numerous recommendations for the right equipment for downhill mountain biking can be researched on the Internet.


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Status
closed
Difficulty
moderate
Distance
1.7 km
Duration
0:05 h
Ascent
1 m
Descent
150 m
Highest point
747 m
Lowest point
598 m
Linear route Refreshment stops available Downhill

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