13.7 miles
180 ft
-176 ft
22 ft
High Point

De mountainbike route in en om het Borgerswold heeft een totale lengte van 23 kilometer. Die afstand is verkregen door de vele bochten in het park zelf en de langere rechte stukken over de Langeleegte en Langebosch/ Wildervank.
Je kunt de route ook inkorten tot een super technische, smalle en uitdagende route van ongeveer 13 kilometer. Er zijn smalle paadjes en je komt verrassende hoogteverschillen tegen. Af en toe is de route zelfs spectaculair te noemen, zoals de steile afdaling aan de noordkant van de route bij de vuilstort of de afdaling waar je met hoge snelheid door een sloot rijdt.
Het grootste deel van de route is gemaakt voor de technische rijders of voor diegene die dat wil worden. De meeste paden zijn alleen voor Mountainbikers. Op de grotere paden dient ook rekening te worden gehouden met andere bezoekers van dit recreatiepark.

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Borgerswold is a 14 mile less popular easy route located near Veendam. This mountain bike primary route can be used one direction and has a easy overall physical rating. This route climbs 180 ft with a max elevation of 22 ft then descends -176 ft.
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More Stats for Borgerswold mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    -13 ft
  • Altitude start
    4 ft
  • Altitude end
    10 ft
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  • Distance climb
    4 miles
  • Distance down
    4 miles
  • Distance flat
    6 miles
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