Welcome to the second part of our Schottenring-Tour. Last week, we experienced old racing history on the Schottenring and had a short break and a run on the tobbogan run up on the Hoherodskopf. Today, we are going down the Hoherodskopf and head towards the small town of Gedern. The route is similiar to the Schottenring with hills, excellent tarmac and long drawn curves.
Curve by curve, hill by hill, following one valley after another.
We find small forests, but they are usually only a few trees. Still enough for some beautiful forest photos!
An R6 is not required – but it helps with the fun.
Towards the end of the route, we are almost in Gedern. Our tour ends, but your tour can still continue. You could either head south and visit the Keltenwelt am Glauberg (“celtic world at the Glauberg-Mountain”), a museum about celtic history around the area, and head north again and do a tour around the Hoherodskopf.
- Start: Hoherodskopf / Schotten
- Destination: (almost) Gedern
- Route lenght: about. 13 km
- Special: Perfect tarmac, small hills, long curves
Where to next?
- Keltenwelt am Glauberg (South)
- Hoherodskopf round trip (Norden)