The trail Clervaux has a distance of 25.9 km and an elevation gain of 775 meters.
Maarten rode this trail on 30-04-2022 on a Bianchi Methanol
Departure from the center of Clervaux then uphill via an asphalt road. The first part of the forest is also the steepest part where I really needed my 52T cassette. The route can be described most as rural and less as MTB route with a relatively low percentage through the forest. The GPX deviates considerably from the signage in some parts, the MTB indications are sufficiently to well present and can be followed better than the navigation.
Eelco rode this trail on 07-08-2017 on a Specialzed
Beautiful route and very well indicated. If you are in doubt, you will soon find a route sign. There is some asphalt between the last climb. That's a shame. Also fine if you have some experience.
Martien&Daantje rode this trail on 29-04-2016 on a Cube acid
Started in Clervaux beginning is well placed to. Scenic route just a pity that we missed a turn. We finally got driven out there we itinerary Lieler 12 km Completely piece we were ..... last 11km we took the bus back to Clervaux.
Boukje rode this trail on 15-11-2015
At the start direct a big climb, so a warm-up is definitely doing advance wisely! The beginning was a bit disappointing with much pavement but the second half was much better. The many leaves had some climbing to do not because your tires slipping away.
Kasper rode this trail on 05-11-2015 on a Cube ltd race
Nice track with some long climbs and beautiful descents. Often through the forest.
mitchel van doorn rode this trail on 29-06-2015 on a Specalized enduro
Nice route this was the 2nd time we drove it, we started in hëpperdang. This is a route with lots of variety steep climbs and fast descents (taken on a descent 74km / h) when you arrive in clevaux can also nice drink and eat a piece of cake :)
Peter van de meersch rode this trail on 26-06-2014 on a trekfuel ex9
promising route began with a steep climb to the forest, then a dozen miles of asphalt which is a shame. Pieces of off-road are beautiful.
Johan rode this trail on 13-06-2014 on a Scott scale 29"
Fine to drive around. After a hotel at the mountain just missed an arrow. But it is at the junction (after the hotel) right up. For the rest, well stated. Unfortunately, there is a great deal on asphalt. The rest is mostly forest roads over rough gravel. Take rubbers that can take a beating. My Rocket Ron (snakeskin) was slashed. Climb past a monument is spicy but manageable. A little further to the abbey the 2nd uphill climb to be tamed. An average of 17km per hour. (Often stood for photos, so puncture) real half hours driving time.