The EuroVelo 6 in Switzerland (National Rhine Route N°2) follows the Rhine River from Basel to Stein am Rhein. Along the route you will find bustling towns, medieval towers, Swiss-German bridges, Roman ruins, aspargus fields and a mighty river. When cycling along the Rhine picturesque medieval cities, await you. The Upper Rhine sits between the Black Forest and the Jura mountains, large and idle at times, narrow and wild at others. Next to Schaffhausen you will find the Rhine Falls, the biggest waterfall in Europe. In Schaffhausen sits the impressive fortress of "Munot, with a richly decorated old town.

National & Regional Information

SwitzerlandMobility Foundation

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

SwitzerlandMobility as the National Coordination Centre coordinates and communicates the most attractive, officially signposted routes for walking, cycling, mountainbiking, skating and canoeing in Switzerland. On the SwitzerlandMobility Foundation website, one can access detailed information about the EuroVelo routes in Switzerland, including online maps, all kinds of cycling friendly services and links to public transport services.

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Rhine Route: Andermatt–Basel

In Switzerland, the national Rhine Route follows the Alpine river from mountain source to the large Rhine port at Basel. A vastly varied trip through diverse landscapes hewn by the mighty river over the ages.