With its high number and a wide variety of cycle paths, the Weserbergland region virtually invites active visitors and holidaymakers to gain deeper insights into southern Lower Saxony on cycle tours. Many of the cycle routes take you along the courses of the Fulda, Werra and Weser rivers, past picturesque villages and breathtaking natural areas. These areas are dotted with historic buildings such as castles, palaces and half-timbered houses, which constantly alternate with rustic forests, extensive meadows and impressive valleys and gorges as you cycle through them.
The Weser Cycle Path - a 520 km long long-distance cycle path with different stages through Lower Saxony and other federal states, which starts at the confluence of the Werra and Fulda rivers near Hann. Münden in the Weserbergland region - is particularly popular with cyclists from near and far. Within the Hann. Münden adventure region alone, this route promises unforgettable cycling trips through southern Lower Saxony thanks to the diverse scenic and cultural highlights.
As an alternative to the Weser Cycle Route, you can also try out one of the many other cycle routes in the Erlebnisregion to be surprised by the regional peculiarities in and around Hann. Münden in the deep south of Lower Saxony on a day trip or longer cycle tour. For a few years now, for example, the Fulda Cycle Route R1 (approx. 194 km) has been attracting great interest among cycling enthusiasts. Equally popular is the German Unity Cycle Route (approx. 1,100 km), which takes you across Lower Saxony and six other federal states to Berlin. Whether you are a pleasure cyclist, a mountain biker or a racing cyclist - you are sure to find what you are looking for among the numerous cycle routes in Hann. Münden.