This mountain bike tour through the Ellergronn nature reserve is one of the most beautiful rides the region has to offer. Your specially trained guide will help you discover the best routes. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced mountain biker, you’ll be able to enjoy all Ellergronn has to offer!
Attention: The ticket price applies per group and not per person.
- Guided bike tour that suits your style and level
- Medium difficulty
- Beautiful nature reserve to explore
- Professional guide
- In case of questions, call +352 2754 5991
A trained guide will accompany you and your group on your adventure.
Bikes not included. Mountainbikes can be rented; please contact the Office Régional du Tourisme Sud to arrange for bikes.
Please remember to wear weather-appropriate clothing.
|Participants||Group ticket, maximum 9 participants Please be advised: Precautionary measures must be observed during the COVID-19 crisis. This also applies to all outdoor activities. We apologize for any inconvenience.|
|Languages||English, French, German, Luxembourgish|
All participants need to be at least 16 years old.
This ticket is valid for a group of up to 9 participants; all participants need to be at least 16 years old.
Please be advised: Precautionary measures must be observed during the COVID-19 crisis. This also applies to all outdoor activities; group size is limited to 9 visitors. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Administration de la nature et des forêts - Centre d'accueil Ellergronn, Rue Jean-Pierre Bausch, Esch/Alzette, Luxembourg
Offered byOffice Régional du Tourisme du Sud asbl
Are you ready to soak in the nature sights and challenge your body on a mountain bike trail?
As long as you’ve mastered the basics of mountain biking, are in reasonably good shape and have enough endurance, you’ll be able to take on the RedRock MTB Ellergronn Trail. Not only is this route accessible it also offers an interesting way to experience the former mining landscape. If you dare to take your eyes off the trail for a moment, you’ll see mine entrances, wagon wrecks, the old iron ore funicular, abandoned tunnels and even the old rails. But be careful and stay focused! A little tip: this route joins with the Lalléngerbierg trail or the two Haard trails—a great way to extend your journey!
Guide speaks German, French, English and Luxembourgish; additional languages available upon request