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Mountainbike Rundweg 5 Klaushof - Bad Bocklet - Rhön

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    Photo: Wolfgang Fallier, CC BY, Rhön GmbH
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    Photo: Wolfgang Fallier, CC BY, Rhön GmbH
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    Photo: Wolfgang Fallier, CC BY, Rhön GmbH
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In addition to a flowing route, this round tour offers the option of visiting the Bad Bocklet spa facilities, the museums of Aschach Castle or the Klaushof wildlife park.

This route passes through an inaccessible area and is therefore closed.Current information

Distance 26.8 km
3:05 h
482 m
482 m
395 m
206 m
Bad Bocklet is the starting point of this MTB round trip. From the small spa town you drive in the direction of Aschach. The small town is widely known for the museums in Aschach Castle, which the route leads directly past. The School, Folklore and Graf-Luxburg Museum look forward to every visitor.

Following the course of the Franconian Saale for a short time, the path soon leads through a long stretch of forest towards the Klaushof wildlife park. Native and other animal species can be viewed there during a break on the tour.

In a northerly direction you continue through a wooded area and after Stralsbach you reach Frauenroth with a monastery church from the 13th century. The path leads along pastures and forests through the beautiful Rhön nature back to the starting point in Bad Bocklet. The spa facilities and the spa gardens of Bad Bocklet are a great place to find some relaxation and tranquility before a varied day out comes to an end.

Author’s recommendation

Plan enough time to visit the Klaushof wildlife park or the Aschach Castle museums.
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Katharina Happel
Update: April 29, 2022
Highest point
395 m
Lowest point
206 m
Best time of year

Safety information

The touristic paths of the Rhön are mostly used by other active people (hikers, mountain bikers, cyclists, walkers, riders, cross-country skiers, etc.)

We ask all active nature sports enthusiasts to show consideration for one another. The same applies of course to nature - it is worth protecting. In the Rhön, therefore, nature sports should only be practiced in daylight on designated paths and areas.

  • In the Rhön, the paths are shared. If there is mutual consideration, nobody has to be angry.
  • Trails and paths are best for driving. Across the meadow - don't do it!
  • Take the memory with you and your trash!
  • Never drive faster than you can stop.
  • At night (and in winter) the forest belongs to the animals.

We recommend that you only ride the mountainbike trails in the summer season (May-October).

Tips and hints


Bad Bocklet (Alternativ: Frauenroth) (211 m)
50.261775, 10.073588
50°15'42.4"N 10°04'24.9"E
32U 576521 5568288


Bad Bocklet (Alternativ: Frauenroth)


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Please inform yourself before your arrival with the public transport whether this allows you to bring bicycles.

The bus routes in the Bad Kissingen district (primarily on weekdays):

  • Line 8142: Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet - Burkardroth - Bad Neustadt
  • Line 8143: Aschach - Bad Bocklet - MünnerstadtLeisure buses Rhön

Other bus routes

  • Bäderlandbus line 8230: Bad Brückenau - Bad Bocklet - Bad Kissingen - Bad Neustadt - Bad Königshofen
  • Kreuzbergshuttle line 8240: Hammelburg - Oberthulba - Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet - Burkardroth - Langenleiten - Kreuzberg

Getting there

Bad Bocklet can be easily reached by car via the surrounding motorways:

On the A7 motorway, take exit 95 Bad Brückenau / Wildflecken when approaching Bad Bocklet from the north. After the exit, take the B286 in the direction of Geroda / Bad Kissingen. Turn right to Stralsbach and follow the signs via Aschach to Bad Bocklet.

If you come from the south on the A7 into the Rhön, you use exit 97 Hammelburg. Here you turn onto the B287 and drive on to Bad Kissingen. In Bad Kissingen follow the signs to Bad Bocklet. The spa town is accessed via the St2292.

Bad Bocklet can also be reached via the A71. Use exit 26 Münnerstadt here. Bad Bocklet can be approached via Münnerstadt or Nüdlingen.


Parkplatz am Kurpark Bad Bocklet, Aschacher Straße, 97708 Bad Bocklet | GoogleMaps


50.261775, 10.073588
50°15'42.4"N 10°04'24.9"E
32U 576521 5568288
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

  • PUBLICPRESS: Mountainbikekarte Rhön 1 : 50 000, ISBN 978-3899204551
  • KOMPASS Verlag: Fahrradkarte Rhön, Fulda 1 : 70 000, ISBN 978-3990448199 


There are numerous recommendations for the right equipment on a mountain bike tour. We recommend that you take a look at the BIKE BOOKLET (in German). This was written for you by mountain bikers and technical experts. Among other things, the following is recommended for equipment:
  • helmet / gloves / sunglasses
  • fitting backpack with rain protection
  • tools and spare parts
  • warming / cooling clothes
  • first aid kid
  • tools for orientation (map, navigation)
  • safety (mobil phone, money, credit card, sun blocker)
  • provisions

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26.8 km
3:05 h
482 m
482 m
Highest point
395 m
Lowest point
206 m
Flora and fauna Circular route Refreshment stops available Cultural/historical interest


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