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International route of 193 km (including 45 km in the Sundgau), created in 1996, which offers a loop through France, Switzerland and Germany on both sides of the Rhine. It connects the cities of Mulhouse, Basel, Rheinfelden, and Neuenburg. A hiking map, in French and German, describes the route and its variants. Beautiful staked course, largely on secure tracks, with small elevation differences.

This circuit crosses several villages which are very representative of Sundgauvian architecture: many half-timbered houses decorate the route. It leads to the discovery of the Hundsbach valley, a river which helped to draw this hilly landscape.

La map of the 9 circuits is distributed free of charge in the offices of the Tourist Office. Guidebook sold at a price of 5 €.

This circuit allows you to discover the Alsatian Jura. It follows the Lucelle valley and runs along the Swiss border. Many times panoramas are presented to the cyclist who travels this route. It is a circuit that will be appreciated by athletes.

La map of the 9 circuits is distributed free of charge in the offices of the Tourist Office. Guidebook sold at a price of 5 €.

This route runs along the Ill and allows you to discover many curiosities which will be as many opportunities to make a stop: flowery villages, chapels, Musée Paysan d'Oltingue. Ferrette, a medieval city built in a picturesque site, is also on the circuit.

La map of the 9 circuits is distributed free of charge in the offices of the Tourist Office. Guidebook sold at a price of 5 €.

Le Sundgau, Sud Alsace, Paradis du vélo, is above all a series of routes where pleasure and discovery go hand in hand. We offer nearly 300 km of marked discovery circuits allowing you, in complete serenity, to explore one of the most beautiful regions of Alsace, authentic, mysterious and unspoiled by mass tourism.

At a scale of 1: 75 this map, available free of charge from the Sundgau tourist offices, presents 000 bike circuits, from 9 to 25 km with the main tourist sites crossed. The map highlights the secure cycle paths including the Euro Vélo 45 which crosses the Sundgau. The card is completed with guide which describes the 9 courses at a price of 5 €.

This circuit in the center of Sundgau allows you to soak up the rurality of this territory. The villages crossed, the landscapes which evolve as the journey progresses are the attractions of this discovery. A detour to Feldbach may prove necessary for lovers of Romanesque art.

La map of the 9 circuits is distributed free of charge in the offices of the Tourist Office. Guidebook sold at a price of 5 €.

This greenway, accessible from Euro Velo 6, which runs along the Rhone-Rhine canal, takes an old railway line and links Dannemarie to Pfetterhouse, going up gently the valley of the Largue characterized by its numerous ponds, and its typical Sundgauvian villages.

Do not hesitate to take a detour in the heart of these charming little towns in the valley because this Green Way, very shaded, and pleasant in summer, walks in the middle of nature, outside of villages.

To see along the route:
- the Sundgau nature house in Altenach
- the oak of St-Ulrich
- the Church of Mertzen
- the half-timbered houses of Friesen
- the stork enclosure of Seppois le Bas

Length : 18 km
Elevation : 180m in the Dannemarie Pfetterhouse direction, 20m in the other direction.
Map of sundgau cycling routes available at the Tourist Office and to download here.

This circuit leads to the discovery of the Largue valley and a landscape dotted with a multitude of ponds. Along the Largue cycle path, the Altenach Nature Center and the Hindlingen stork enclosure give you the opportunity to stop off. The route leads through Hirtzbach, a typically Sundgauvian village, beautifully flowered and traversed by the Ill. From Carspach to Altenach it is a soothing forest landscape that will be appreciated.

La map of the 9 circuits is distributed free of charge in the offices of the Tourist Office. Guidebook sold at a price of 5 €.

This cycle route, partly on shared routes with a few vehicles authorized to travel (agricultural machinery or residents), follows the Ill valley between Hippoltskirch in the Alsatian Jura and Altkirch, the small capital of Sundgau. It crosses beautiful villages with typical Sundgauvian architecture.

The Henflingen Waldighoffen section is the only part still in the planning phase. It is therefore necessary to take the departmental road for 3 km between these two municipalities. The rest of the route is on a cycle track or very little used routes.

- length:
Altkirch-Henflingen : 10km for a 5m drop (75m in the other direction) Waldighoffen- Hippoltskirch : 16 km including 205m of elevation (88m in the other direction)

Map and guide Sundgau cycle routes available at the Tourist Office.

  • Hagenthal-le-Bas Castle

    Hagenthal-le-Bas Castle

  • Landskron aerial view south

    Landskron aerial view south

It is the shortest of the 9 circuits offered. It runs along and crosses the Swiss border twice. Small hooks will allow you to walk the Landskron castles or discover the Saint-Brice chapel nestled in a bucolic setting. The panoramas over the Alsatian Jura and Basel countryside are superb. Note that this circuit is not marked on Swiss territory.

La map of the 9 circuits is distributed free of charge in the offices of the Tourist Office. Guidebook sold at a price of 5 €.

This circuit offers a unique discovery of Sundgau. It crosses villages relatively unknown to cyclists, it is an interesting alternative that allows you to feel the influence of the neighboring Franche-Comté. This route follows the Nantes-Budapest cycle route which runs along the Rhône-Rhine canal. The multiple locks offer a real spectacle from the towpath.

La map of the 9 circuits is distributed free of charge in the offices of the Tourist Office. Guidebook sold at a price of 5 €.

This circuit in the southwest of Sundgau crosses the medieval city of Ferrette, runs along the Grumbach valley and sets off to explore the Alsatian Jura. Resting at the Courtavon lake or watching the Morimont castle can be a short detour. A short visit to Switzerland requires the provision of an identity document.

La map of the 9 circuits is distributed free of charge in the offices of the Tourist Office. Guidebook sold at a price of 5 €.

Euro Velo 6Half day

This 3653 km route, which connects the Atlantic to the Black Sea, follows the three largest European rivers, the Loire, the Rhine and the Danube, from Nantes to Budapest, crossing 10 countries.

In Alsace, it crosses the Sundgau along the Rhône-Rhine canal then joins Mulhouse Kembs and Huningue before entering Switzerland.

- Montreux-Vieux / Mulhouse train station: 35 km
- Mulhouse-station / Huningue: 33 km
- Total elevation Montreux-Vieux / Huningue: 50m

The majority of the route in Sundgau takes secure greenways because they are separate from car traffic, the rest using low traffic roads or cycle routes.

Further information: https://fr.eurovelo.com/ev6

This circuit offers varied landscapes drawn by the Sundgauvian hills. The discovery can begin in Altkirch, a town of 6 inhabitants and the capital of Sundgau. From Carspach, the small forest road taken leads to the Largue valley cycle path. The route follows the cycle path that runs along the Rhône-Rhine canal to Illfurth and offers a beautiful panorama of the Vosges. Departure recommended from the Ill car park in Altkirch.

La map of the 9 circuits is distributed free of charge in the offices of the Tourist Office. Guidebook sold at a price of 5 €.

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