Cycling and mountain biking

An extensive network of mountain bike and cycle paths runs through the Luxembourg Ardennes. Bike rentals and bed + bike hotels are geared to the needs of cyclists.

Bike tours in the Luxembourg Ardennes

Escape everyday life and get in touch with the natural world? You can do it by bike. An extensive network of well-maintained bike paths runs through the municipality of Clervaux. If you aren't travelling with your own bike, you can use one of the numerous rental bikes. A practical option, since you don't necessarily have to return the bike to the place you borrowed it from, but can take it to any RentaBike station anywhere in Luxembourg. This system lets you combine bike tours with bus and/or train travel.

Cycling on former railway tracks

From Aachen to Troisvierges via East Belgium by bike – on the Vennbahn! The former railway line, which was converted into a cross-border cycle path after years of construction work, is a particularly pleasant place to cycle. With a maximum gradient of 3 percent and a tarmac surface, the Vennbahn route is ideal for trips with the whole family – whether by bike, on inline skates, with a pram, or even with a wheelchair. In addition, there are a variety of themed bike paths that are suitable for city bikes, mountain bikes, or road bikes. You can even discover nature on an electric bike.

Mountain biking around Clervaux

In the heart of the Luxembourg Ardennes, Clervaux has long been an insider tip for passionate mountain bikers. Thanks to its varied topography and green landscape, the region has made a name for itself as a mountain bike paradise far beyond the national borders. The signposted trails over hill and dale are a challenge for those who want to discover the region away from busy roads.

16 carefully marked trails with a total length of 350 km lead through mountains and valleys, past imposing castles and striking vantage points. The mountain bike routes are marked with their own signs, which distinguish them from the conventional cycle paths. Some MTB routes require good physical condition and above-average athleticism, while others are suitable for family outings.