The Lahn valley is not only ideal for hiking, cycling is also a popular leisure activity. In Bad Laasphe-Feudingen and the surrounding area you can enjoy wonderful biking - whether touring along the young Lahn, on the Lahn cycle path or mountain biking from easy, medium to difficult.
How about tennis, golf or a course in paragliding? There is always the opportunity to explore the half-timbered architecture so typical of this region in our neighbouring tranquil little towns. Start biking now and discover!
If you prefer biking to hiking in the Lahntal and want to explore the beautiful landscape this way, the Lahntalradweg is the perfect choice. The over 250 km long and optimally developed cycle path leads from the source of the Lahn to its mouth in the Rhine at Lahnstein. It has been awarded four stars by the Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrradclub (German Cyclists' Club) and is one of the top ten most beautiful cycle routes in Germany. Of course, there is a wide range of information and maps available.
Whether you discover the Lahntal on foot, by bike or mountain bike, you will experience an unforgettable time in the midst of a varied and pristine nature and recharge your batteries.
You start your Lahntal bike tour in Feudingen - after the successful climb to the source of the Lahn, a relaxed ride through the enchanting Ilsetal awaits you. The next day, you head down the Lahn to the university town of Marburg. There you can visit the old town with the Elisabethkirche as well as the castle. Afterwards you will take the train back to Feudingen and end the evening with a tasty menu in our hotel in the Auerbachtal
Our low mountain range has become an attractive cycling region. Four signposted cycle tours invite you to explore the city area via the Lahn, Banfe and Ilse valleys on your bike or mountain bike.
Unspoilt nature and lively towns with fairytale or legendary pasts await you on your bike tour along the Eder. Follow the Sieg from its source in the Rothaargebirge mountains to its mouth in Niederkassel, where the Sieg flows into the Rhine.