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Stoneman Miriquidi – 162 kilometres of pure mountain bike emotion

At a glance

  • Start: Oberwiesenthal, base station of the Fichtelberg cable car
  • Destination: Fichtelberg Mountain, health resort of Oberwiesenthal
  • Difficult
  • 167,98 km
  • 16 hours
  • 4400 m
  • 1244 m
  • 488 m

A unique mountain bike experience. Two countries, nine summits, and an elevation gain of 4,400m await you: 162 km of pure MTB emotion past the cultural, historical, and geological highlights of the Ore Mountains.

On forest roads, single trails and some main through-roads, the Stoneman Miriquidi leads you along the perfectly sign-posted trail over nine of the highest summits of the German and Czech Ore Mountains.

On each summit, a stamp point and an information board with map and a description of the next trail section is waiting for you. As starting point you can choose any lodging partner. The mountain bike trail is signposted in counter-clockwise direction.

Depending on fitness and time, the unique MTB track can be absolved in one, two, or three days (“Trophy”) or in four to six days (“Open”). With a starter pack you can also secure the hand-made Stoneman trophy designed by Roland and an entry in the official finisher list. And you actively contribute to the preservation of the track.

For all our sakes: Please observe the fair play rules at all times while biking.

 

Highlights of the Stoneman Miriquidi

  • Cranzahl dam
  • Summit loop and viewing tower on Bärenstein mountain
  • Basalt pillars at Pöhlberg mountain and Scheibenberg mountain
  • Root path to Scheibenberg mountain
  • Trail Centre Rabenberg: Germany’s first single trail park – access with starter packs
  • “Kleiner Kranichsee” (Little Crane Lake), one of the most important raised bogs in the Ore Mountains
  • “Wolfs- und Eisbinge” (Wolf and Ice Pinge) at Blatenský vrch mountain
  • Viewing platform on Plešivec mountain
  • Ascent to Klínovec mountain demanding in terms of driving technique
  • Fichtelberg mountain, the highest mountain in Saxony

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Pavings

  • Unknown (1%)
  • Street (14%)
  • Tarmac (11%)
  • Gravel (16%)
  • Hiking trail (46%)
  • Path (11%)

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