The trail Nijmegen (Green) has a distance of 17.4 km and an elevation gain of 148 meters.
Bart rode this trail on 28-09-2016 on a Cadex CFM-2 1993
Nice compact alternate route, a few big climb, two fast descents and a lot of single tracks and root paths. In between a few kilometers on tarmac, that's a pity. Signage is fine. You can switch seamlessly to the red route, but that's to be careful here, because the
Dave rode this trail on 18-10-2013 on a Cube Acid 2005
Along driven the red route. I feel pretty much hard paths. And little challenge, except that double ascent, I have driven myself to pieces. (What can I climb bad: D)
Casper Leemreize rode this trail on 19-10-2012 on a Cube Ltd Comp
The rain of the previous days there were quite a lot of puddles. This made the route more challenging than that it will be normal. Besides the double climb the trail further actually completely flat, but fun to drive, especially for beginners.
Golines rode this trail on 12-05-2012 on a Cube Reaction
Combined with red 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. In combo with red trail worthwhile. Each climb is about to do. Middle leaf Driven HT 26. Route is especially suitable for fully and / or 29er.
Peter rode this trail on 12-04-2012 on a Scott Scale
The little brother of the red route. Less in height, it really fast, but few real challenges.
Lorn rode this trail on 13-11-2011
Mainly wide paths, with only one steep climb there. Be nice to just crosses over it. if you are 5 feet outside official «le route you will find the beautiful slopes of the whole area around Nijmegen.
Hidde Bosch rode this trail on 26-10-2011 on a Speciliazed rockhopper comp 2007
My home route in combination with red or some off track documents or in combination with Reichwald. A lovely route that offers a lot of variety and is very nice especially for the novice rider. Riders with more experience will still draw more to the red route