The trail Nijmegen (Red) has a distance of 24.3 km and an elevation gain of 322 meters.
Huib&An rode this trail on 05-06-2017 on a Cube Attention 27,5&29SL
Gift route with beautiful, long descents and fun cliffs in a beautiful landscape. The only downside of this route is that the signs are regularly searched or unclear.
Framan rode this trail on 11-02-2017
One of the most scenic routes in NL but currently not really come. There are lots of trees felled which whole sections of the route became impassable or are littered with trees. Additionally disappear whole pieces of wood making it all still is less beautiful.
Peter rode this trail on 19-06-2016 on a Stumpjumper
One of the best routes in the Netherlands. Fast, challenging and great climbing and descending. You feel like sometimes really abroad!
Arnoud de Graaf rode this trail on 16-08-2015 on a Cube
both drove red can easily stand comparison with the Limburg trails.
Dirk en Lieke rode this trail on 16-08-2014 on a Cube/Bulls
Fun, varied and beautiful route with very good signage. Beautiful pieces of nature. Highly recommended (even for the beginners who want a quiet pace is fine to do it).
Mike Bijveld rode this trail on 19-06-2014 on a Haibike SLX
Continue down this road several times a year for us the nearest possibility for a route that some climbing in it. Instead of the long downhill with the bike path mid singletrack descent offroad Take just before you need the bike path. This is Super.
Dave rode this trail on 18-10-2013 on a Cube Acid 2005
Fantastic route. That day was reasonably wet and muddy. To me pretty hard, because I suck at long climb. The bowls make a lot of good. Furthermore, quite a bit wide paths, find narrow trails more fun. The signage is better, because sometimes had reasonable search for direction.
Neal rode this trail on 31-08-2013 on a Trek paragon 29er
Super nice route! Highly recommended! Signage is new and very clear.
Alex rode this trail on 25-05-2013 on a Bulls
Scenic route! Quite hilly with some great runs. Together to drive the green route. Really worth it!
Waleko rode this trail on 06-01-2013 on a Cube LTD 29er
Beautiful alternate route. Deciduous and pine forests, open terrain, mud, sand, hard trail, hills and small zandbergjes, everything is present. Although some of the signs are missing, the traces of the trail the way. Especially the height differences in the red route un-Dutch. The red route is the most challenging off, but the green is a nice addition. Separately as well as done depending on the time both. Red also lasts longer. Highly recommended!
Cor rode this trail on 19-10-2012 on a mtb 26
the red route driven in combination with the green. Started by Lake Mill and the first hour nothing much happened. The green route is as experienced biker a mockery, too much asphalt paths and boring. Was once again on the red route the kick blown, the last hour was a lot of good, climb, descend and beautiful trails. All in all, I have entertained me fine and had 56 miles on it. Idd had regularly have to search.
jeroen rode this trail on 15-10-2012 on a trek 26'
beautiful, varied route. Combination red / green makes a nice ride!
Edwin Jansen rode this trail on 10-09-2012 on a Cannondale Jekyll 2001
Wonderfully quiet ride so on Monday. Here and there some missing signs and / or they are left scratching or repainted, so sometimes you have to find where to go. Luckily I knew the route yet once before. What I like the most of the route is the beautiful surroundings and the constant up and down. There are few flat areas. The occasional short steep sections are a fun challenge. Recommended! It is useful if you already have some experience with biking, because sometimes it is quite technical.
Gert rode this trail on 29-07-2012 on a Ridley
Cycled back on my route home, but after the rain of recent days is it wet with. But at this temperature is not a problem so just the puddles. T is time that the signs get tackled by some idiots because the signs are removed / destroyed. And you see the mtb'ers from all sides. For newbies a hopeless task. Although it is one of the most beautiful routes of NL's. The combination of green with red run was 50 km with 475 hm.
Arjan rode this trail on 27-07-2012 on a Bulls copperhead3
Today the red route ridden. Beautiful surroundings and nature, beautiful views. Tasty climbs and descents, no beginners route. For me one of the nicest I've ridden so far. The signage is
Alexander rode this trail on 08-07-2012 on a Bulls Copperhead Supreme
Very challenging and varied route with lots of fun climbing / descents. Because of the rain the Ã © Ã © n was huge quagmire, but manageable. Still good The signage I found really bad. We are I think 5 x drove wrong, but that did not spoil the fun.
vdKemp rode this trail on 27-05-2012 on a Cannondale 29er
What are the signs a drama!! * Unclear painted on trees (10years ago?) * Missing * bollards painted on small poles (by a toddler?) Especially on the red route is not doing. For a newcomer in this field Green route is still a little, but we got lost too .... in Holy Land Foundation Green route is fun for absolute beginners (learn switch / steering etc..) All in all not fine cycled while the woods and trails really nice . Was more of a puzzle.
Golines rode this trail on 12-05-2012 on a Cube Reaction
Combined with green route 3 laps. Beautiful marathon training. By frequent rains the day before quite a few puddles and mud. That took the deepest parts of the speed is pretty decent. Rest of the route, however, there was good at. Alternately by a few steep climbs and descents cute playful. Each climb is about to do. Middle leaf Route is definitely worth it. Driven HT 26. Route is especially suitable for fully and / or 29er.
Rolo rode this trail on 08-04-2012 on a Merida Big nine (29er)
I have the combo driven green red, green above is a really fast piece with a steep climb in the middle. Red remains my favorite. On a 29 there it is ffe getting used to but I love it ride. Also with a 29er you go into some slopes above 50 km p / h. and yes, of course, keep that in which you have to climb, which is a bit disappointing.
Ernest rode this trail on 25-03-2012 on a Giant XTC
Delicious route, including some of the green route more than 500 meters in height varied parcours.
Harry rode this trail on 23-02-2012 on a Specialized Hardrock
Nice, alternate route. Quite a lot of height and nice chunks of single trail. This route can be combined with the green route properly. This is less fun, but you pick up or back about 15 kilometers extra track.
Hidde Bosch rode this trail on 21-11-2011 on a Speciliazed rockhopper comp 2007
Foggy was the route there. But nice fast through the dry season we just had.
Lorn rode this trail on 13-11-2011
My regular round, fairly challenging for Dutch standards. Alternating single track and wider trails with some nice climbs. The circle there was pretty quick.
Bo rode this trail on 07-08-2011 on a Batavus B1
Beautiful route. Driven in combination with the green route (which is more towards Nijmegen). Many long climb with a number of great runs. However, many wide paths and few trails. Started in Plasmolen and especially the piece at Groesbeek is delicious and beautiful scenery in the summer.