Great Arber (Großer Arber) is the highest peak of the Bohemian – Bavarian mountain ridge and reaches at an elevation of 1456 m/4777 ft height. The spot lies at 197 km/122 mi in the northeast of Munich. Geographically, it belongs to Bohemian Forest, so you might notice that people refer to it as ‘King of the Bavarian Forest’.
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Bicycling / Cycling in Wenatchee Heights Route, Wenatchee, Washington USA
Wenatchee Heights Route starts from Squilchunk Rd, ten minutes away from Wenatchee Town. It is 30 mi/48 km long, (loop ride), with an elevation gain of 3000 ft/914 m. The difficulty level of this ride is in category one, not suitable for beginners.
The average gradient of the terrain is at 7% and the maximum at 15%. The road goes mostly uphill with possible rough pavement in some sections, so bicyclists should be careful. It is a wonderful, loop ride, with some technical difficulties and a good physical condition is required.
You will ride through open space fields and nice views of the mountains around. Wenatchee Heights Route is a challenging ride for bicycle enthusiasts to escape the city and take a deep, refreshing breath of fresh, clean mountain air. Don’t forget to take water with you.