North Sea Cycle Route
The North Sea Cycle Route is a 6,000 km chain of exciting experiences waiting for the cycling tourist. The route is being developed by an international partnership and you will find a lot of useful information about the Danish section on their website.
Bunde - Hamburg
North Sea Cycle Route - Lower Saxony
In Lower Saxony, the North Sea Cycle Route follows the North Sea coast, passing through Emden and Bremerhaven to reach Hamburg. The Lower Saxon Wadden Sea National Park lies just off the coast and forms part of the Wadden Sea that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2009. This intertidal zone extends along the Dutch and German North Sea coastlines all the way to Denmark, and provides a unique habitat for countless species of flora and fauna. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Warehouse District and Kontorhaus District with the Chilehaus office building await cyclists in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg.
Hamburg - Klanxbüll
North Sea Cycle Route - Schleswig-Holstein
This section of the North Sea Cycle Route covers the 300 km from Hamburg through Schleswig-Holstein as far as Klanxbüll on the Danish border. From the Hanseatic city of Hamburg, the route runs beside the River Elbe through Wedel, Uetersen and Glückstadt, then on to Brunsbüttel. After crossing Kiel Canal, the route continues along the North Sea Cycle Route via Dithmarschen as far as Husum. It then passes around the edge of Nordstrand peninsula, through Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park, and ends in Klanxbüll on the Danish border.
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