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Hiking trails and bike tours in Bielefeld and the surrounding area

Use our Hotel Bielefelder Hof as a starting point for your hikes through the Teutoburg Forest or get on your bike and explore the most beautiful bike paths in Bielefeld. Our location is ideal for a relaxing weekend with eventful day trips into the nature of the Teutoburg Forest and the Ravensberger Land.

Hiking in the Teutoburg Forest

Immerse yourself in the varied nature of the region on a hike through the Teutoburg Forest. This is particularly popular for its well-developed and marked network of trails for hiking. Hike through the Teutoburg Forest and experience the most beautiful forest landscapes and quaint towns while you enjoy the fresh hiking air. The Bielefelder Hof is ideal to start your hike through the Teutoburg Forest.

Bike tour through Bielefeld: urban, central and still in the countryside 

Get on the saddle and hit the pedals! The fantastically beautiful bike paths in Bielefeld and the surrounding area lead right through nature. Either travel with your own bike or borrow one from our bike station at the train station.

You can find our all-round carefree package for your nature holiday in Bielefeld here. Further options, if you are just looking for a good overnight deal, can be found under our specials. For all nature lovers we have a small emergency kit ready in case one or the other uttensil has been forgotten. We are also happy to provide shoe drip trays and brushes on request.

The Green Network - Bielefeld biking tour 25km

BIELEFELD IS SO GREEN – “The Green Network” is the perfect route for a bike tour in Bielefeld for an extended after-work tour or a Sunday excursion with the family. Visit the interesting and unusual sights along Bielefeld’s bike paths or let the playgrounds and barbecue areas invite you to take a break. You can obtain further information and maps for the bike tour in Bielefeld at our reception or with the TEUTO-Navigator.

The B1-B10 bike tours developed by the city of Bielefeld also offer a great route for every level of difficulty.

Bergmannsweg Kirchdornberg approx. 5 km hiking

Bielefeld history over five kilometers: On the new adventure trail “Bergmannsweg Kirchdornberg” at the foot of the Teutoburg Forest, it is hard to see that miners once cavorted here and that the underground was criss-crossed by tunnels and shafts. But coal was mined here for 400 years. With the closure of the “Friedrich-Wilhelms-Glück” colliery, local coal mining ended in 1923.

You can discover the new adventure trail while hiking through the Teutoburg Forest. Six stations take hikers on the trail of the former coal mining.

Hermannshöhen approx. 226 km - Hiking trail Teutoburg Forest

Hiking in the Teutoburg Forest makes you happy – especially on the Top Trail Hermannshöhen. That is why we recommend you: Hike the Hermannsweg! Between the Westphalian Halle and the Velmerstot observation tower you will find the Sparrenburg, the Hermannsdenkmal, the Externsteine ​​and again and again the luck of far views.

Our Hotel Bielefelder Hof is ideally located for a pit stop to recharge your batteries and then hike the Hermannsweg.

 

Ems-Lutter-Weg approx. 5 km hiking in Bielefeld

This city hike in the green heart of the Quelle district in Bielefeld leads 4.8 km through the Luttertal without major differences in altitude.

The Ems-Lutter hiking trail begins in the upper Luttertal and leads between some ponds. This area was previously heavily used by industry, but after numerous renaturation measures, ecologically valuable standing and flowing water as well as a swampy alder beech forest have emerged here again.

In the further course the Luttertal widens and the path leads past meadows and wooded dunes, which originally come from the first ice age. In an arc you reach Niemöller’s mill and the upstream mill pond, from where the last section runs close to the stream to Heinemannstraße.

From castle to mountain - hiking trail approx. 7 km

This circular route leads over easily accessible paths and is an ideal route even for less experienced hikers. Along the Bielefelder Pass there are many interesting excursion destinations in the East Westphalian metropolis. Tip to start: a visit to the Sparrenburg castle and fortress from 1240.

Along the Johannisfriedhof and the Botanical Garden in Bielefeld, the hiking trail leads to the free entry-level Olderdissen Zoo. The Ochsenheide, a gem, lines the hike on the route section to the farmhouse museum. We continue to the Johannisberg, from where the descent back to the starting point begins.

Many other hiking trails and bike tours in Bielefeld and the surrounding area can be found on the pages of the Teutoburg Forest, the ADFC or Wanderbaren Deutschland. Download your desired route directly onto your mobile device. With the TEUTO-Navigator you can find your favourite routes.