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Boucle de Fessenheim et Breisach am Rhein is a 23.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Fessenheim, Grand Est, France that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for road biking and is best used from April until October.

Length 23.9 mi Elevation gain 1,614 ft Route type Loop
Road biking River Historic site
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This route combines the richness of the historical heritage with the history of electrical energy from the Rhine, a true link of the circuit. From Fessenheim, homeland of Victor Schœlcher - fervent defender of the fight against slavery and committed to the advancement of human rights, walk the country roads that connect small towns along the Rhine. Pass near Neuf-Brisach, city of the Sun King and masterpiece of Vauban unique octagonal architecture, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then cross the Rhine in front of a first hydroelectric structure to discover Breisach whose Collegiate Romanesque Saint-Étienne shelters a rich interior ornamentation. Descend along the Rhine part of Germany to find your starting point through a second hydropower, you can visit near the House of Energy-EDF.

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Romain Schelcher
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