The trail Goesdorf has a distance of 36.2 km and an elevation gain of 1138 meters.
Jacob rode this trail on 26-08-2018 on a Canyon Lux
Beautiful landscape and beautiful views. The climbs are (very) steep and the descents long. What is missing are single tracks, it is mainly wider forest paths on which you drive. Too bad there are enough small (walking) paths. This route is a level 3 route, the heaviest level, many other routes are level 1 and 2. At this level I had expected more technical paths. Does not come close to a red route, only the climbs make it tricky at times. Still well worth it
Japie B rode this trail on 03-08-2018 on a Specialized hardtail
Nice route. Beautiful views. Technically very good to do. Many altitude meters, so some condition is required. There are many connecting pieces on asphalt in my (inexperienced) opinion. You drive from field to field and from forest to forest. But despite that a nice route. Usually well-marked, but at some points you have to think logically and search for the next sign with hawk eyes. I have cycled him from camping Fuussekaul in Heiderscheid via hiking trails E1 and E4 and camping Le Moulin. You can pick up on the CR361 after Le Moulin. The route is about 50 km with 1400 hm from and to the campsite Fuussekaul.
Pieter rode this trail on 24-07-2018 on a Bergamont Roxter 8.0
Beautiful route that runs through forests and fields. Sometimes climbing steeply and blissfully descending. Requires some physical condition. Occasionally you have to find the way, but with healthy eyes and common sense you come to an end. Tip: take a dip in the river you see on your left before you start the last climb to Goesdorf!
Ben C rode this trail on 13-06-2017 on a Rocky Mountain Altitude 90
Excellent route, beautiful scenery. Most of the trail are forest roads but the term is misleading, the trails are so underused these are almost as nice as singletrack. Very few asphalt sections in between. Signalling is 9/10, sometimes the sign is after a crossing which takes some getting used to. The descents are divine, a few are technical. There is 1 section that had a new covering of shale on a 10 degree descent that was tricky. Disc brakes advised. Highly recommended !!
Rob rode this trail on 23-08-2016 on a Trek X-Caliber 9
Beautiful route, very steep sections in between, make sure your brakes are in order! :) A little fitness is handy.
Dennis rode this trail on 11-07-2015 on a Trek 6000
Nice route, final climb must move away was just too steep. route is easy to follow but I still gps as backup. Too bad there is no road for a place to drink or eat Beautiful surroundings and views. Route is good for everyone to do
Claudia rode this trail on 02-06-2015 on a mtb Specialized Crosstrail
What a beautiful route, with camping Bissen a little bit up and quickly found the route. Directions were easy to follow, unfortunately not found enough cafe for a coffee. Perfect for cycling and few people encountered. Recommended, to do good for novice mountain bikes. The altimeters are cool, awesome view.
Harry L rode this trail on 19-04-2014 on a Cube LTD Pro
Luxembourg is really a prime location for cycling! What a beautiful landscape; many forests and considerable height. This route did not really have a clear starting point, but the signage was otherwise fine. The runs were long and quick. A fine reward for all the climbing.