The trail Heerlen-Brunsummerheide has a distance of 13.5 km and an elevation gain of 200 meters.
Huib& An rode this trail on 11-06-2017 on a Cube Attention 27,5 & 29SL
This is a beautiful route, but very spicy with steep carrots, narrow trails and challenging descents.
Pascal rode this trail on 14-09-2013 on a Bulls Wild Mojo 2
The more this cycle route which is more beautiful. Nice flow and never a dull moment. And yes, the mud is happy again ... Combine this route with Strijthagen and you're fat 2 hours (JSF pilots excepted) at the MTB Valhalla of Limburg.
Andy rode this trail on 19-05-2012 on a Merida Matts 80D
My weekday training round. Delicious flow and flying do within the hour. Technical singletrack interspersed with steep but short climbs. If I have to combine the loop at Snow World for the better good endurance more time and more altitude.
Herman rode this trail on 29-04-2012 on a Tomac Automatic 120
Super route. You really notice that many of the trails specifically for mountain bikers have been constructed. The'' downhill'' halfpipe does almost reminiscent of a bike park. At the end of the route Many single trails with good flow. Great runs and challenging climbing.
Klaas rode this trail on 24-12-2011 on a Giant Hardtail
Very nice route, like the other routes around Landgraaf. This is slightly less than altimeters eg Strijthagen route, but a number of short but very steep climbs. In this loop a relatively large single track and a nice flow, is partly due to much rolling downhill. And all in a beautiful setting.
Vincent rode this trail on 20-11-2011 on a Kona
Very scenic route along the nature reserve Brunssummerheide. The trails are mostly specially constructed specifically for the mountain bike trail and making them technically challenging! Mountain Club Discovery is the engine behind this route. This is one of the four routes that they maintain.