Choose your cycling itinerary
We make our way to one of the host villages (Sélestat, Châtenois, Bergheim) by public transportation or carpool. Bikes are available for hire on site, a useful option. Now, it's time to choose carefully among the five different routes: loops ranging from 7 to 19 km. How motivated are we feeling? Are we up for a challenge? What castle or point of interest do we want to see along the way? Come on, family, let's make up our minds!SlowUp Alsace
Set out on a joyride
What a stunning view! The Vosges Mountains, the vineyards stretching out before our eyes, the reflections of the sun ... Even if we already knew the landscapes of the Wine Route, seeing them by bike is a completely different perspective. Around a bend, we arrive in a beautiful little village and our calves are starting to feel the burn. There are people here to cheer us on!
We find somewhere to have lunch (if we had planned better, we would have brought a picnic to eat in the middle of the vines). It's also the time and place to taste a lovely Alsatian wine. Cheers!
I must warn you: there's a dress code. Wear white! But don't worry if you don't have any good clothing options, the most important thing is to have fun cycling, all while doing something good for the planet. 😉
Events and activities all day long
In the distance, we spot some inflatable games. We'll have to stop for a bit so the kids can stretch their legs – pedalling isn't enough for them! The grown-ups need a quick break, too.
There are a wide variety of activities along the way to enliven our spring day on the Wine Route: stands, games and challenges, gourmet breaks, and more. When the day comes to an end, we promise to come back next June.
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