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Who doesn't love a good bike ride to liberate your mind and enjoy the beauty that nature has to offer us? I know that we Dutchies are pro's at biking everywhere and we wanted to give you some inspiration. The following bike trails are from all over the world and don't worry, there are different categories. You can pick your favourite!
This varied Europe route will offer you many different views and landscapes. From the low and flat Netherlands you’ll ride through the Norwegian cliffs. Your way across Norway, Sweden, Denmark, The Netherlands, England and Scotland will offer a wide variety of different foods and ferry rides on the way.
The Katy Trail is one of the longest bike trails crossing almost the entire state of Missouri. But don’t let the length scare you away because it’s flat and absolutely breathtaking. There are organized group tours which offers overnight stays and meals for those who prefer to only having to focus on the trail.
This National Park offers a great trail for bikers who enjoy a good climb uphill with a beautiful naturely view. The narrow path on the side of the mountain is best to ride in springs as it is cleared from cars specially for bikers and hikers. It’s a pretty long way up of 6646 feet (2.0257008 km) so make sure you’re prepared.
The large Alps are perfect for bike rides as it offers various trails. Although, most of them are probably not for the beginners who would like to go for a little ride on their regular bike as they are the Alps.. The options are endless so you wouldn’t have to worry about running out of trails to conquer.
This one is for the true daredevils who dare to walk or bike this path. Some parts are only wide enough to stand with one foot which makes it an adrenaline rush to gom over it by bike. Make sure you had enough sleep before conquering this steep and narrow trail as utter concentration is required.
Rushing down the rock drops right next to the cliffs of the Colorado river makes this trail extremely challenging. The small trail for your bike delivers beautiful views but is not kind for your body or bike if something goes wrong. Be careful with this one!