74 mountain bike trails covering 2,200 kilometres and 59,000 metres in altitude across three federal states. This is the description of the Volksbankarena Harz (Volksbank Arena Harz) in northern Germany’s number one biking region.
The Volksbankarena Harz’s network of cycle routes includes a total of 74 clearly signposted mountain bike trails in the Lower Saxon districts of Goslar and Osterode and in Sachsen-Anhalt and Thüringen. Among these, exciting cycle trails such as the Höhenfieber (High Fever) trail or the Wild Man’s Trail await. Families and beginners will also get their money’s worth on the Kleine Wasser-Tour (Little Water Tour) or the Kleine Mönchsrunde (Little Monk’s Circuit). The diversity and magnitude of this biker’s paradise are impressive, opening up an area of more than 40 x 40 kilometres. 24 Harz locations inspire visitors to embark on a mountain biking tour: on the northern slopes of the Harz mountains in Goslar or in Südharz (southern Harz) in Walkenried, from Seesen in the far west and in Thüringer Südharz (Thuringia, Southern Harz) or the district of Harz in Sachsen-Anhalt (Saxony-Anhalt) to the far east of the Volksbankarena Harz (Volksbank Arena Harz).
If you prefer not to take your own mountain bike, you can hire your preferred model at the Outdoor Center Harz in Clausthal-Zellerfeld. The centre also has electric mountain bikes available for hire.
Find out more information on the Outdoor Center Harz website.