The South Palatinate Cycle Route takes us over the gently undulating landscape of Germany’s largest tobacco-growing region.
The cycle route starts at Scheibenhardt on the Pamina Cycle Route (Lauter Valley) and leads through the Bienwald forest to Kandel, which has a magnificent shopping street. It passes through Hatzenbühl and Hayna in Germany’s largest tobacco-growing region, and continues through the Queichwiesen water meadows in Offenbach – keep an eye out for storks. Shortly after Dreihof golf course, you cross the route of the South Palatinate draisine line. You continue along the “Cattle Line” to Kirrweiler. The route is only slightly hilly and well suited to families with children.
Updated: October 23, 2020
Rest StopFun Forest Adventurepark in Kandel
Hofmarkt Zapf H.B.C. GbR
Hotel-Restaurant "Zum Riesen"
Gaststätte Gleis 3
Gasthaus Zum Schloddrer
Gutsausschank & Gästehaus Verena Zöller
Eiscafé Roma - Villa Wieser
Safety informationCyclists must obey the German highway code (StVo).
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Getting thereA65 to Kandel-Süd exit, on the B9 to Scheibenhardt
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EquipmentPlease wear a helmet. Touring bicycle or bike with multiple gears, weatherproof clothing, drinks and supplies.
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