Take a ride through a former surface mining area and soak in the breath-taking panoramic view of the Minett-Region.
Attention: The ticket price applies per group and not per person. All group tickets can also be booked for individuals. If you always wanted a personal coach, then this is the one for you
- Former iron ore mine turned nature reserve
- Tour length 37 kilometres
- Hard difficulty
- Guided tour by trained guide
- In case of questions, call +352 2754 5991
- Work on your technique
A trained guide will accompany you and your group on your adventure. Together, you can work on your technique and tackle new challenges. So even if you know the signposted trail and took it solo already, the guided tour can help you break new ground.
Bikes not included. Mountainbikes can be rented; please contact the Office Régional du Tourisme Sud to arrange for bikes.
Please remember to wear weather-appropriate clothing.
|Participants||Group ticket, maximum 12 participants|
|Languages||English, French, German, Luxembourgish|
Minimum age of participants: 16 years
This ticket is valid for a group of up to 12 participants; all participants need to be at least 16 years old.
Rue Jean-Pierre Bausch L-4114 Esch-sur-Alzette
Offered byOffice Régional du Tourisme du Sud asbl
If you’re looking for the most exciting and spectacular mountain-bike-area in southern Luxembourg, you’ve just found it!
The terrain in the nature preserve above Lalléngerbierg was shaped in the last century by mining iron ore. The trail thus leads through a former surface mining area and offers a breath-taking panoramic view of the Minett-Region to the blast furnaces in Belval.
With trail sections through lush, green passages up to five-metre-high cliffs of firey red sandstone, drops and jumps – a true labyrinth of trails for technique freaks looking for the ride of their lives.
Our trained guide can accompany you and help you discover the trail in a completely new way; work on your technique and learn how to engage difficult terrain at speeds hitherto thought impossible. Find out how these guided tours have something in store even for bikers who know the trails by heart.
For additional time options, please contact the ORT Sud (+352 27545991)