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Carver on Tour: Summer Edition

What could be better than exploring new cities by bike, discovering landscapes and simply letting your mind relax! Cycling means freedom. Cycling is adventure. It doesn't matter whether it's an extended bike tour, a short after-work ride or a big bikepacking trip. Cycling is passion and fun. For us at Carver, cycling means accompanying you on your very own Everday Adventure. To give you a few ideas for your next adventure, we have picked out a few great tours for you here.


The Moselle cycle path. The Moselle is an approximately 545 km long river that flows into Koblenz "Am Deutschen Eck". This is exactly where we start our 250 km long 4-day tour. We start in Koblenz, one of the oldest and most diverse cities in Germany. In addition to churches, museums and castles, there is also the tricable gondola to discover. Enjoy a ride and experience a breathtaking journey across the Rhine with a view of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley. Via Cochem, the route continues along the Moselle towards Traben-Trarbach. Between vineyards and magnificent landscapes, there are always small, winding villages with old alleyways and half-timbered houses to discover. Our short cycle tour ends in the cathedral city of Trier. If you want to find out more about the Moselle cycle route, we have even more information and interesting facts for you here!



The approx. 53 km long day tour takes you from the heart of Mannheim to the beautiful old town of Heidelberg. The start is the remarkable baroque palace in Mannheim. The history of the palace dates back to 1606. Today, large parts of the renowned University of Mannheim are housed in the palace. Cross the market square with the beautiful old Mannheim town hall towards the water tower and out along the Neckar. Along the Neckar, you can enjoy pure nature and unwind. Heidelberg invites you to linger and discover. Relax in one of the many cafés in the old town. An absolute attraction in Heidelberg is the old bridge with a view of the city. From here, we make our way back to Mannheim. 


You can find more routes planned for you on our Komoot channel.

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