Intersections - what does that actually mean?
The cycle network in the Sauerland and Siegen-Wittgenstein regions has been divided into a honeycomb structure. At the corners of each honeycomb, "junctions" have been created that connect the honeycombs with each other. The junctions are numbered consecutively with two numbers and provide good orientation - so you won't lose your way even without maps. Information boards regularly show the current location and the nearest honeycombs.
Cycle by numbers - simply remember the number and follow the signs. The routes can be easily linked together and extended or shortened as required - depending on your mood, time and desire.
Cyclists can not only enjoy the beautiful landscape along rivers, but also make relaxed progress. It is advisable to cycle from the source to the estuary and follow the course of the river without having to worry about steep gradients.
Relaxed cycling is not only possible along rivers, former railroad lines also guarantee low gradients and lead cyclists past monuments to railroad history. In the Sauerland and Siegen-Wittgenstein, there are many cycle paths that run along old railroad lines, although they are not always continuous.