StagesStagesStagesStagesStagesStagesStagesStages

Stages

From the source of the River Rhine to Lake Constance.

From the source of the River Rhine to Lake Constance.

The River Rhine has its source at an altitude of 2345 metres, in a small shimmering lake surrounded by high peaks. From Lake Toma, the small torrent cascades down the hills, joins other streams and becomes increasingly larger as it continues its journey over 1233 kilometres through Switzerland, Germany, France, to its mouth in the Netherlands.

From the source of the River Rhine to Lake Constance. - Read More…

From Lake Constance to Basel, via the Rhine Falls.

From Lake Constance to Basel, via the Rhine Falls.

Eurovelo 15 leaves its mountainous section and comes into a flatter, more populous area, but just as attractive. The river has deepened its bed between the Black Forest and the Jura, sometimes wide and slow, other times narrow and rapid, thereby creating varied landscapes sculpted over the passage of time.

From Lake Constance to Basel, via the Rhine Falls. - Read More…

From Basel to Karlsruhe, through Alsace and the German vineyards.

From Basel to Karlsruhe, through Alsace and the German vineyards.

From the Swiss border onwards, the Rhine forms a natural border between France and Germany, Alsace and Baden-Wurttemberg, the Vosges and the Black Forest. The Rhine cycle route follows the two banks over almost 200 kilometres, alongside nature reserves and hydroelectric works, passing through the picturesque Alsace villages, visiting Strasbourg, the capital of Europe, before entering Karlsruhe.

From Basel to Karlsruhe, through Alsace and the German vineyards. - Read More…

From Karlsruhe to Bingen, through the vineyards.

From Karlsruhe to Bingen, through the vineyards.

The Rhine cycle trail leads cyclists through some of the most beautiful natural and cultural landscapes in Europe: the Upper Rhine Plain, surrounded to the east by the Black Forest, the Kraichgau region and the Odenwald, and the the west by the Vosges, the Palatinate Forest and the Highlands of the Rhine and the Hesse.

From Karlsruhe to Bingen, through the vineyards. - Read More…

From Bingen to Cologne, through the legendary landscapes of the Romantic Rhine.

From Bingen to Cologne, through the legendary landscapes of the Romantic Rhine.

From Bingen, Eurovélo 15 extends to the north west, towards the Lorelei Valley. UNESCO listed the Upper Middle Rhine Valley - one of the oldest and most impressive natural landscapes in Germany - as a World Heritage Site.

From Bingen to Cologne, through the legendary landscapes of the Romantic Rhine. - Read More…

From Arnhem to the North Sea, on the Rhine Delta.

From Arnhem to the North Sea, on the Rhine Delta.

In the Netherlands, the Rhine splits and joins up with other rivers. Because of the many names of the rivers it takes, with waterways, rivers and canals, the Dutch section of the international Rhine Cycle Route is called the Rhine Delta Cycle Path.

From Arnhem to the North Sea, on the Rhine Delta. - Read More…