The "Grand Jogl Tour" touring mountain bike route encompasses every municipality of the Joglland-Waldheimat region, showcasing its rich variety and the loveliest spots.
Distance 187.2 km
Highest point1,743 m
Lowest point545 m
"The Grand Jogl Tour" takes the cyclist along a wide variety of paths, roads and trails around the Joglland-Waldheimat region. Many beauty spots, such as the Hochwechsel and the Masenberg peaks, stand out for the wonderful views they offer, while other attractions, such as the Trail Land bike park (version 1), offer that special extra something for bikers. There is also an abundance of welcoming mountain huts and quaint guesthouses; the certified bed & bike accommodation establishments along the route are ideal places to spend the night on this multi-day tour. This tour is ideal for all cyclists as it can be divided into stages (from two to four days), while the seasoned mountain biker may be able to complete the 200-km route with a 5600-metres elevation gain in a day.
Version 2 of "The Grand Jogl Tour" leads from the Toter Mann junction via the Wildwiese pasture to the next connection point, the former Kreuzwirt guesthouse.
Take your time on this tour and discover the stunning vantage points, excursion destinations and welcoming eateries along the way in the Joglland-Waldheimat region!
TV Joglland - Waldheimat
Update: November 07, 2022
Hochwechsel, 1,743 m
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Fair play rules for mountain biking:
Pedestrians have the right of way: show consideration for pedestrians and hikers
Respect the countryside: do not make noise or leave litter
Only ride on paths: do not leave signposted roads and paths
Ride attentively: do not ride too fast and be ready to brake
Always wear a helmet: even when riding uphill
Respect rules: observe the highway code and riding bans
Grazing livestock: approach at walking pace and close gates
Only use properly maintained mountain bikes: check regularly
Carry an emergency kit: including a repair set and first aid materials
Correct assessment of own abilities: fitness and riding technique
The route is ridden at the cyclist’s own risk!
Please ensure that opening times are adhered to: from 1 April until 1 November: from 1 hour after sunrise to 1 hour before sunset
The correct cycle for this tour is a mountain bike. Racing cycles are not recommended.
Breakdowns can occur – but rarely by a service station: so it is always a good idea to carry basic tools and accessories! These include a replacement inner tube and/or puncture repair materials, an adjustable spanner, a pump, brake and gear cables and a screwdriver.
Basic equipment includes appropriate footwear, clothing which can be layered and a rucksack.
Take along sufficient food and drink – there aren’t always catering facilities en route.