Designed by mountain biking experts and signposted throughout, the 40km and 50km circuits run through the countryside around St. Ingbert, so cyclists can easily take a little detour into town whenever they like. Varying difficulty levels make this the perfect choice whether you are a complete novice or seasoned in the saddle. With around 40 per cent of the route along single-passage trails, it is a big hit with anyone who enjoys the challenge of narrow winding paths. The Bunter sandstone surface ensures that rainwater drains away, providing the ideal conditions even in wet weather. Terrain: the region has two signposted routes with difficulty levels ranging from low to high. Notable features include 40 per cent single-passage trails and surfaces that make the trails easy to negotiate even in wet weather. Scenery: the circular trails run through unspoilt mixed forest around Germany's most densely wooded town. Along the way you'll find natural monuments such as the Stiefel and Teufelstisch outcrops, and red sandstone formations that have been sculpted by the elements.