Bronze age

Take it easy.

Take your time and get to know East Belgium on the Stoneman Arduenna.

176 km pure mountain bike emotion. Three days on the Stoneman Arduenna – lifetime memories.

As always: You choose your starting point yourself – the way it suits you best. You are also completely free to pick the date of your trip during the season.

Stages for your Bronze tour (3 days) on the Stoneman Arduenna Mountain Bike

Malmedy

Stoneman Arduenna Höhenprofil Mountainbike (Ostbelgien/Belgien)

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Malmedy » Medendorf

  • 62 km
  • 1.220 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Hohes Venn
    • Bütgenbach
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Medendorf » Ouren

  • 60 km
  • 1.350 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Herresbach
    • Maspelt
    • Ouren
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Ouren » Malmedy

  • 55 km
  • 1.330 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Grüfflingen
    • Born
    • Malmedy

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Malmedy » Herresbach

  • 66 km
  • 1.320 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Hohes Venn
    • Bütgenbach
    • Herresbach
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Herresbach » Ouren

  • 55 km
  • 1.250 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Maspelt
    • Ouren
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Ouren » Malmedy

  • 55 km
  • 1.330 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Grüfflingen
    • Born
    • Malmedy

Hohes Venn (Signal de Botrange)

Stoneman Arduenna Höhenprofil Mountainbike (Ostbelgien/Belgien)

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Signal de Botrange » Schönberg

  • 55 km
  • 840 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Bütgenbach
    • Herresbach
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Schönberg » Burg Reuland

  • 57 km
  • 1.470 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Maspelt
    • Ouren
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Burg Reuland » Signal de Botrange

  • 64 km
  • 1.590 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Grüfflingen
    • Born
    • Malmedy
    • Hohes Venn

Robertville

Stoneman Arduenna Höhenprofil Mountainbike (Ostbelgien/Belgien)

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Robertville » Schönberg

  • 42 km
  • 700 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Bütgenbach
    • Herresbach
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Schönberg » Burg Reuland

  • 57 km
  • 1.270 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Maspelt
    • Ouren
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Burg Reuland » Robertville

  • 77 km
  • 1.430 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Grüfflingen
    • Born
    • Malmedy
    • Hohes Venn

Bütgenbach

Stoneman Arduenna Höhenprofil Mountainbike (Ostbelgien/Belgien)

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Bütgenbach » Ouren

  • 73 km
  • 1.400 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Herresbach
    • Maspelt
    • Ouren
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Ouren » Malmedy

  • 63 km
  • 1.580 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Grüfflingen
    • Born
    • Malmedy
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Malmedy » Bütgenbach

  • 40 km
  • 920 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Hohes Venn
    • Bütgenbach

Büllingen

Stoneman Arduenna Höhenprofil Mountainbike (Ostbelgien/Belgien)

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Büllingen » Ouren

  • 67 km
  • 1.340 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Herresbach
    • Maspelt
    • Ouren
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Ouren » Malmedy

  • 63 km
  • 1.570 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Grüfflingen
    • Born
    • Malmedy
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Malmedy » Büllingen

  • 46 km
  • 990 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Hohes Venn
    • Bütgenbach

Schönberg

Stoneman Arduenna Höhenprofil Mountainbike (Ostbelgien/Belgien)

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Schönberg » St. Vith

  • 73 km
  • 1.930 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Maspelt
    • Ouren
    • Grüfflingen
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St. Vith » Robertville

  • 61 km
  • 1.170 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Born
    • Malmedy
    • Hohes Venn
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Robertville » Schönberg

  • 42 km
  • 800 Hm
  • Checkpoints:
    • Bütgenbach
    • Herresbach

11 tips for your bronze tour (3 days) on the Stoneman Arduenna Mountain Bike

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  • The Stoneman Arduenna can be done in three days. Start at 9am at the latest, depending on your performance level and length of day. This way you have enough buffer for breaks – especially at the many highlights and attractions – or if something unforeseen should happen.
  • Do you have everything you need overnight?
  • Before you start, take a close look at the route map in your starter pack and read the stage descriptions. Memorize the hazard zones in particular!
  • Check the weather forecast and bring appropriate clothing. Temperatures change between altitudes and the weather in the mountains can change quickly.
  • To be on the safe side, load the latest GPS track onto your smartphone. That way you'll know – in case of doubt – whether you're still on the track.
  • It's best to use an app for the GPS that can save maps offline. Maps.me and HereWeGo work fine.
  • You will receive the latest GPS track with your starter pack reservation by e-mail three days prior to your start or on site at the official issuing offices and lodging partners.
  • Take enough water and food with you. Be sure to refill your water reserves whenever possible. Maybe the next water station is temporarily unavailable..
  • Take your time to read the information board at the checkpoints. That way you can relax, pause for a moment and prepare for the next stage.
  • Bring a whistle if you're riding alone! Inform your official issuing office if you return later than planned or have to cancel. You will find the telephone number on the route map in your starter pack.
  • In order to be available on the mobile phone network along the state borders, you should set your mobile phone accordingly.

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