An e-bike tour with electric mini bikes through the multifaceted Lake Constance region!
The tour starts in the idyllic harbour town of Rorschach and takes you past the Würth Haus Rorschach to the St.Gallen-Altenrhein airport. Continue along the Alter Rhein river through the Rheinholz Nature Reserve. Starting in Thal, a leisurely stage through the vineyards follows before the ascent up the Rorschach mountain begins. This is no sweat with your e-bike. The stage around the Rorschach mountain follows the castle loop trail with a breathtaking view of Lake Constance. After the descent back to the shore of Lake Constance, the tour leads past the two landmarks of the city of Rorschach: the bathhouse, built in 1924, and the Kornhaus, which served as a granary from the 18th century onwards. Be inspired by the diversity of the Lake Constance region and discover new facets of the Lake Constance region!
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Tourist Information Rorschach – Würth Haus Rorschach – St.Gallen-Altenrhein Airport – Rheinholz Nature Reserve – Vineyards Thal – Wartensee – St. Anna Casle – Badhütte – Kornhaus – Tourist Information Rorschach
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Take the train from St.Gallen to the Rorschach Stadt train station. It’s a 5-minute walk from the Rorschach Stadt train station to the Rorschach harbour. Alternatively, get off at the Rorschach main train station and take the connecting train to the Rorschach harbour. The starting point is located right at the Rorschach harbour.
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