Cycling in the Südheide nature park

The Südheide nature park provides a well-signposted network of cycling trails for visitors. Pedal your way through the varied countryside in the park. Ten themed cycling tours marked by pictograms with a total length of more than 400 kilometres take you to places of special interest and show you the different faces of the nature park with its scenic heathland, extensive forests, crystal clear streams and moor and pond landscapes.

Inside the nature park information boards provide further details about the themed tours and give you a better understanding of the landscape, animal and plant world, history and culture of the region.

Along the way several parking places with seats and shelters invite you to take a rest. More than 200 benches and over 70 shelters round off the offer.

Cycle along picturesque trails and through dreamy villages. Several good restaurants and hotels by the wayside which you will find at  www.regioncelle.de ensure a well-deserved refreshment and a roof over your head for the night. 

On our interactive tour portal, the “Region-Celle-Navigator“, you will find all important information about the themed cycling tours at www.region-celle-navigator.de.

Tipp:

“Rad-Thementouren im Naturpark Südheide“ brochure

In a handy 106-page brochure, the ten themed cycling tours in the Südheide nature park are described in detail together with maps, tips and information about the sights and the flora and fauna of the nature park.

The brochure is available in all tourist information centres of the Administrative District of Celle and the town of Celle.

“Lutter-Radwanderweg“ brochure

In the accompanying brochure to the Lutter cycle trail you will find everything you need to know about the Lutter and its inhabitants as well as the nature conservation project of representative importance for the country as a whole in the Südheide national park.  

The brochure is available for a nominal charge of € 1 in all tourist information centres of the Administrative District of Celle and the town of Celle.


Lüneburger Heide GmbH