Low mountain ranges characterise East Hesse and Thuringia, some are so worthy of protection that national parks have been established for them, e.g. the Hainich National Park northeast of Eisenach, whose old natural beech forests are on the Unesco World Heritage list.
Extensive forests, bizarre rocks, millennia-old moors, clear brooks and the famous Brocken characterise the Harz Forest National Park, home to lynx and wildcats. 97% of its area is covered with forest. More than 100 routes open up the mountain wilderness to cyclists, the highest destination is the Brocken.
The Rhön cycle path crosses the Rhön biosphere reserve and follows the Rhön mountains from Bad Salzungen in the Werratal to Hammelburg in the Franconian Saale in the southern Rhön. Remains of former volcanic chimneys characterise the northern Kuppenrhön.
Several cycle paths open up the beauty of the Thuringian Forest: the 200 km long Rennsteig cycle path leads over the ridge to Blankenstein an der Saale. It is linked to the Werratal cycle path (300 km), the Saale cycle path (409 km), the Ilm valley cycle path (123 km) and the Gera cycle path (67 km). You can cycle along the rivers from the heights of the densely wooded low mountain ranges into the foothills.
Thuringia offers a lot of culture: the Wartburg in Eisennach, the Bauhaus sites in Weimar, the classic Weimar and the half-timbered old town of Quedlinburg are even world cultural heritage sites. But it is also worth visiting Fulda, Göttingen, Gotha, Jena, Gera and Leipzig.
About the KOMPASS cycle tour map series:
|Series||Fahrrad-Tourenkarte (Cycle Tour Maps)|
|Product Type||Folded Map|
|Dimensions||11 cm x 23 cm|
|Language||German with English map legend|
|Item weight||0.21 Kg|
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