Danish National Cycle Routes

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The Danish National Cycle Routes (Danish: Danmarks nationale cykelruter) together form the national cycling route network of Denmark. There are currently 11 such long-distance cycling routes across Denmark largely established mainly to promote bicycle tourism. There are over 10,000 kilometres (6,200 mi) of marked bicycle routes in Denmark.

Routes[edit]

There are 11 National Cycle Routes in Denmark. (Note that there is no 11th route, but there is a 12th!)[1]

Number Start End Name Distance Cities  % Sealed
1 Skagen Rudbøl Vestkystruten 560 km   70 %
2 Hanstholm Copenhagen   420 km   80 %
3 Skagen   Hærvejsruten 450 km   78 %
4 Søndervig Copenhagen Cycle Route 4 310 km   90 %
5 Skagen Sønderborg Østkystruten 650 km Frederikshavn, Aarhus, Vejle 90 %
6 Esbjerg Copenhagen   330 km   92 %
7 Sjællands Odde Rødbyhavn   240 km   90 %
8 Rudbøl Møn Sydhavsruten 360 km   95 %
9 Helsingør Gedser   290 km   92 %
10 Rønne Rønne Bornholm rundt 105 km   90 %
11 n/a
12 Aalborg Aalborg Limfjordsruten 610 km   90 %

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cycling in Denmark". De Frie Fugle website. Retrieved 11 December 2013. 

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