100 cols in the Black Forest (Mountain Bike)

Rédigé par Enrico Alberini


470 km mountain bike circuit between Pforzheim and Bad Säckingen, in the Black Forest (Germany), for a total climb of at least 13,000 m and including 100 cols.

Traced by Ludger Vorberg (Cent Cols n ° 4898).

Registration Form


Geolocation files (GPX or KMZ) are made available to registrants.



The Club des Cent Cols, founded in 1972 and affiliated to the French Federation of Cyclotouring, has prepared this “Randonnée Permanente” based on a simple theme: “One Hundred Cols”. The completion of these one hundred cols will allow you either to join the Club, or to progress with your list in the Club’s “Tableau d’Honneur”.

This route comprises a demanding mountain bike randonnée exploring the Black Forest from Pforzheim in the north to Bad Säckingen on the Swiss border. It includes discovery of charming landscapes and villages, lakes (Titisee, Feldsee) and renowned peaks (Kandel, Feldberg).


Ten controls are compulsory; they will be made at route points chosen by the randonneur himself, a check being made in each section (the section numbers are to be found on the route map). Each section includes ten passes

  1. Pforzheim – Buchwaldhöhe
  2. Buchwaldhöhe – St. Romaner Höhe
  3. St. Romaner Höhe – Auf der Grub
  4. Auf der Grub – Gründlehöhe
  5. Gründlehöhe – Haseneck
  6. Haseneck- Gummeneck
  7. Gummeneck – Fürsatzhöhe
  8. Fürsatzhöhe – Winkeleck
  9. Winkeleck – Passhöhe Rotes Kreuz
  10. Passhöhe Rotes Kreuz – Bad Säckingen

Principal cols

  • Schwarzmisssattel
  • Seebensattel
  • Happachsattel
  • Passhöhe Fohrenbühl
  • Weißenbacher Höhe
  • Kandelpass
  • Hohwarthöhe
  • Feldbergpass
  • Grüblesattel
  • Blößlingsattel
  • Weißenbachsattel
  • St. Antönipass

Rules of the randonnées permanentes

Any participant in this 100 Col Route agrees to respect the rules governing it.

More information

10 rue de Normandie
31120 Portet sur Garonne
Tél : +33 (0)5 61 76 30 12
E-mail : randos@centcols.org

Please note : Depending on the age, and the version of your route card, the name and address of your officer may be out of date. Please send your route cards for certification, as well as your postcards and the stories of your rides, only to Jean-Marc Clément at the above address (do not write to Roger Colombo, Bernard Pommel, Jean-Marc Lefèvre or Roland Grimaud †)