Rhine Cycle Route (Rijnfietsroute)

The Rhine Cycle Route is the Dutch section of the International Rhine Cycle Route, a 1230-km route that takes you through Germany, France and Switzerland to the source of the River Rhine. The main route is made up of sections of the LF12, LF11, LF17, LF4 and LF3. There is also an alternative version of the route that follows the River Waal from Vuren to Millingen.
Ferry at Millingen. Photo © Holland-Cycling.com

Ferry at Millingen. Photo © Holland-Cycling.com

Tip
Combine this long-distance route with a day trip. We recommend:

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Rhine Cycle Route (Rijnfietsroute)

Route: Millingen - Hook of Holland
Distance: 270 km
Connections:

Hook of Holland - LF1
Rotterdam - LF2, LF11
Woudrichem - LF9
Leersum - LF4
Arnhem - LF3-2, LF3-3

Maps: Online cycle route planner, or any good cycle map
GPS tracks: Download from Nederland Fietsland
Please note that all the LF routes are to undergo a radical overhaul in 2017-2021. In 2019 the Rhine Cycle Route is scheduled to be revised.