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Mountainbike Rundweg 6 Aschach - Rhön

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    Mountainbiken in der Rhön
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This circular mountain bike trail not only impresses with numerous sights along the way or in its vicinity. The path is also characterized by beautiful paths.
moderate
Distance 28.4 km
2:50 h
461 m
461 m
384 m
206 m
This 28 kilometer long mountain bike route leads around the enchanting little spa town of Bad Bocklet in one big round.

The tour starts in the Bad Bockleter district of Aschach, which is particularly known for the museums in the castle there. From there, the path goes counter-clockwise past littered orchards. Then the path leads through a loose forest area in a northerly direction past Bad Bocklet.

Now we drive through the valleys of the Franconian Saale and the Premich. The drive through the river valleys is particularly pleasant. Not far from the village of Premich, the tour turns south. The route now leads along the edge of the forest to Frauenroth.

The monastery church in Frauenroth is known far beyond the borders of the region. The decor of the church impresses not only cultural historians, but also numerous visitors.

Finally, the circuit leads back to Aschach and the museums there.

Author’s recommendation

After your tour, it is worth visiting the Aschach Castle museums or the spa facilities in Bad Bocklet.
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Katharina Happel
Update: July 21, 2022
Difficulty
moderate
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
384 m
Lowest point
206 m
Best time of year
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Track types

Asphalt 9.98%Dirt road 31.76%Forested/wild trail 41.89%Path 14.84%Road 1.50%
Asphalt
2.8 km
Dirt road
9 km
Forested/wild trail
11.9 km
Path
4.2 km
Road
0.4 km
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Safety information

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

We ask all active outdoor sports enthusiasts to be considerate of each other. 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. With mutual consideration, nobody has to be angry.
  • It rides best on trails and paths. Across the meadow - you don't do it!
  • Take the memory with you and your trash!
  • Never go faster than you can stop.
  • At night (and in winter) the forest belongs to the animals.

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

Tips and hints

Start

Aschach (212 m)
Coordinates:
DD
50.255229, 10.062001
DMS
50°15'18.8"N 10°03'43.2"E
UTM
32U 575706 5567548
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Destination

Aschach

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all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

There are bus stops in Aschach, Frauenroth and Bad Bocklet. The following bus lines in the Bad Kissingen district run at the stops:

Aschach, Schloßparkplatz

  • Bus route 8142: Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet / Burkardroth - Bad Neustadt (Saale)
  • Bus route 8143: Aschach - Bad Bocklet - Münnerstadt
  • Bus route 8240: Kreuzbergshuttle: Hammelburg - Oberthulba - Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet - Burkardroth - Langeleiten - Kreuzberg

Frauenroth

  • Bus route 8142: Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet / Burkardroth - Bad Neustadt (Saale)

Bad Bocklet, Kurgarten

  • Bus route 8142: Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet / Burkardroth - Bad Neustadt (Saale
  • )Bus route 8143: Aschach - Bad Bocklet - Münnerstadt
  • Bus route 8230: Bäderlandbus: Bad Brückenau - Bad Bocklet - Bad Kissingen - Bad Neustadt (Saale) Bad Königshofen i.Gr.
  • Bus route 8240: Kreuzbergshuttle: Hammelburg - Oberthulba - Bad Kissingen - Bad Bocklet - Burkardroth - Langeleiten - Kreuzberg

Getting there

Aschach can be reached by car via the motorways A7 and A71.

Leave the A7 at exit 95 Bad Brückenau / Wildflecken and take the B 286 in the direction of Geroda and Bad Kissingen. At Stralsbach you leave the main road and turn towards Aschach. There you follow the signs in the direction of the Aschach Castle Museums, below which the car park is located.

Leave the A71 at exit 26 Münnerstadt and join the B287 in the direction of Münnerstadt. After passing through town, drive via Burghausen to Bad Bocklet. In Bad Bocklet, follow the signs towards Aschach / Aschach Castle Museum. The parking lot is right next to the castle.

Parking

Parkplätze Schloss Aschach, Schloßstraße 15, 97708 Bad Bocklet | GoogleMaps

Coordinates

DD
50.255229, 10.062001
DMS
50°15'18.8"N 10°03'43.2"E
UTM
32U 575706 5567548
w3w 
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Equipment

There are numerous recommendations for the right equipment on a mountain bike tour. We recommend that you take a look at the BIKE BOOKLET. This was written for you by mountain bikers and technical experts. Among other things, the following is recommended for the equipment:
  • Helmet / gloves / (sun) glasses
  • Matching backpack with rain cover
  • Tools and spare parts
  • Warming / cooling clothing
  • First aid kit
  • Orientation aids such as a map or navigation system
  • Security (cell phone, money, ID, debit card, sunscreen)
  • Provisions

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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
28.4 km
Duration
2:50 h
Ascent
461 m
Descent
461 m
Highest point
384 m
Lowest point
206 m
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