Track Overview Big Clausthal-Zellerfeld lap

Big Clausthal-Zellerfeld lap

Mountainbike tour starting in Clausthal-Zellerfeld along the mountains of the Oberharz and beautiful water reservoirs: This tour makes a big lap around Clausthal-Zellerfeld. The tour begins with a small descent into the Innerstetal valley and follows the valley on the opposite side to reach a long, fast descent to Osterode. From there it goes through deciduous and mixed forest to the water reservoir Sösetalsperre and around it, before returning to the height level of Clausthal-Zellerfeld. Then it goes downhill through a small valley along a beautiful pond to Altenau and on an asphalt road around the deep blue water of the water reservoir Okertalsperre. The longest ascent of the route then leads to the Schalke mountain. From there there it is possible to have a beautiful view over the Oberharz and Hochharz before the last long descent to Wildemann starts. The last kilometer of the route leading back up to Clausthal-Zellerfeld.

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Data about this mountainbike route

Elevation profile
Simplified elevation profile of the tour
77,0Kilometers in length
1.688Vertical metres
223mLowest point (above sea level)
764mHighest point (above sea level)

Start and parking

This is a good address to start the tour. There is a larger parking lot nearby. Clicking on the address takes you directly to Google Maps to start navigation there:


The tour can be downloaded as a .gpx file and transferred to a GPS-enabled device (e.g. Garmin or smartphone). The tour starts near a larger parking lot. The route is planned so that it can be traveled all year round and in all weathers. Nevertheless, it can happen that due to occasional forestry work in the forest, paths are temporarily closed or have to be pushed in parts.