From France through the eastern Saarland and the North Palatinate to the Naheland, the cycle route runs along the Blies and Glan, two of the most important tributaries of the Saar and Nahe rivers. With no long climbs, just a few short ascents on designated paths, this cycle route is straightforward and safe for everyone.
The cross-border Glan-Blies Cycle Route runs for 130 km from Sarreguemines in Lorraine through the Bliestal valley and the Kuseler Musikantenland along the Glan to Staudernheim (Nahe). The route’s proximity to the rivers gives it a flat profile and also offers a unique range of very diverse landscapes. For long stretches, the path follows disused railway tracks, or runs parallel with the draisine railway line, away from busy roads. The route is therefore particularly suitable for families with children.
The Glan-Blies Cycle Route connects to the Saarland network in the south-west and merges onto the Nahe Cycle Route in the north. Between Waldmoor and Altenglan, it shares a section of the Rhineland-Palatinate Cycle Route.
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Tourismus Zentrale Saarland
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