Notes to track descriptions in the brochure:
– place at the track– place close to the track– dangerous length, risky spot
Asphalt or other smooth surfaces prevail. The profile is flat (or down the slope) or with rather small ups and downs. Even an untrainedperson and a child under 10 can cope.
Trail of medium difficulty
The surface varies. In some instances the gradient may be considerable. Recommended for partially trained persons and more maturechildren.
The surface varies. The profile has considerable gradients in the up-direction. The down-slopes require low speed considering the sur-face. Recommendable only to trained persons, in general not suitable for children.
Landscape classification along the trail:
The landscape along the track is rich in natural elements (forests, rocks, water streams) or the man-made elements match the landscape,some artificial and some canalised streams, parks, architectural monuments…). The landscape along the trail is diversified. Close to itnational and international monuments accessible for the public, monuments of technology and important sites for the natural sciences(natural reservations, natural monuments, memorable trees etc.). The prevailing share of the trail is separated from automobile traffic.
Man-made elements (woods, agricultural lands, canalised streams, settlements) that partly match the landscape and partly not prevailalong the trail. Certain sections are rather monotonous, certain sections are manysided. Close to the trail memorable places of region-al importance are accessible for the public, technical monuments and valuable natural sites (natural reservations, natural memorableplaces and memorable trees) can be found along the trail. In some instances the track is separated from automobile traffic, in othersboth are combined.
Man-made elements (woods, agricultural lands, canalised streams, settlements) that partly match the landscape and partly not are seento prevail along the trail. The landscape along the trail tends to be rather monotonous. There are few memorable places, technical mon-uments and natural sites (natural reservations, memorable sites and trees) along the way. In some instances the track is separated fromautomobile traffic, but mostly both are combined. Certain hurdles can occur discouraging the bikers from using the track, such as very dense automobile traffic, long impassable sections, necessity to carry the bikes.
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