Explore Sundern and the Sauerland by bike
For cycling tours, Sundern offers 5 routes from 24 to 90 km in length, which combine road-safe bike paths with beautiful landscapes and relaxing places to stop. You can also explore the route between Soest and Sundern or Neheim and Sundern in combination with the bicycle bus.
Electromobility, especially in the two-wheeler sector, is very trendy and is currently experiencing an unprecedented boom. Such bikes are very helpful, especially in the mountainous Sauerland. With your e-bike and the proposed e-bike tours, you can not only explore the flatlands but also conquer the mountain peaks of Sundern.
Through the "Old Testament":
This bike tour offers you scenic delights and Sauerland idyll. It leads past the villages of Westenfeld, Hellefeld, Altenhellefeld, Linnepe and Weninghausen. They are all located in the hiking paradise "Old Testament" in the Sauerland-Rothaargebirge nature park. This area is referred to as the "Old Testament" because, like the twelve tribes of Israel, it includes twelve settlements. The term originally means "old covenant" and comes from the Latin word "testamentum".
Around the Sorpesee:
Once around the lake by bike and discover the most beautiful places and corners of the lake. On this bike tour the Sorpesee shows its most beautiful side. Many opportunities to stop off and enjoy the Sauerland gastronomy, take a look at the special Finnish and Swedish houses or simply take a dip in the cool water. There is a lot to discover during the tour, such as a water playground or the promenade - or enjoy a lap on water with the MS Sorpesee.
Charming tour with beautiful bike paths through fields and meadows of the hiking area '' Sauerländer Siebengebirge '' with a little dangling along the Sorpesees. On the way there are many opportunities for a cozy stop and some nice buildings.
This bike tour is full of cultural highlights and leads you directly past two magnificent castles that are still privately owned, former mills and one of the first blast furnace systems in Germany. The tour ends with a ride along the Sorpe dam. This bike tour is suitable for experienced cyclists in good condition. Unfortunately, some sections that run along country roads cannot be avoided.
This bike tour offers unforgettable views and a varied ride through meadows and pastures as well as deciduous and spruce forests.