Enchanting landscapes from the Thuringian Forest via the Thuringian Rhön Mountains to the hilly country of the Werrabergland stretch along the Werratal Cycle Path over a length of 300 km. In Hann. Münden, it continues as Weser Cycle Path.
The readily accessible Unstrut Cycle Path is particularly suitable for families because of its moderate differences in altitude. Over a distance of 200 km, you can discover the landscape between Thuringia and Sachsen-Anhalt along the river course of the Unstrut.
If you do not want to decide in favour of a city trip nor of sport holidays or pure nature, the Unstrut-Werra Cycle Path is a good choice. Between primeval forests and romantic towns, a fascinating trip waits for you.
Hainich National Park: Over a length of 22 km, the Red Route connects Mühlhausen with the Hainich National Park. Trained cyclists will manage to ride the route back again, but they can just as well choose to take the bus or train instead.
Hainich National Park: From Creuzburg to Bad Langensalza, directly through the Hainich National Park, the Yellow Route leads the cyclists over usually little frequented side roads and agricultural roads.
The Haineck Cycle Path is a cycle path of about 14 km length. It leads through the valley of the Lämpertsbach from the Grundmühle near Ebenshausen via Nazza to the Ritzenhausen swimming pool in Hallungen.
On the light railway line between Bad Langensalza and Kirchheilingen which was abandoned in 1969, a cycling track was built in 1995. Along this track, attractions worth seeing and experiencing have been created.