Junctions - what does that actually mean?
The bicycle network in the Sauerland and Siegerland-Wittgenstein regions has been divided into a honeycomb structure. At the corner points of each honeycomb, "nodes" have been created to connect the honeycombs. The nodes are numbered with two numbers and provide good orientation - so you won't stray from the right path even without maps. Information boards regularly show the current location and the nearest honeycombs.
Cycling by numbers - just remember the number and follow the signs. The routes can be easily connected and extended or shortened as desired - depending on your puff, time and desire.
Along rivers, cyclists can not only enjoy the beautiful scenery, but also make relaxed progress. It is recommended to cycle from the source to the mouth of the river and thus follow the course of the river - without having to fear big climbs.
Relaxed cycling is not only possible along the rivers, also former railroad lines guarantee routes with low gradients and lead the cyclists past monuments of railroad history. In the Sauerland and in Siegerland-Wittgenstein, there are many bike paths that run - although not always continuously - along old railroad tracks.