International Routes, Long distance

 

Long-distance cycle routes in the Baltic States

on all Routes  there are English or German language descriptions available.

They are made here in den Baltic states by local cyclists – who knows the situation better? and often used in mass rides.

You may purchase them seperately or in an information package via the shop.

ong distance routes (119)

 .. are the connections between the four main places in the Baltic States:

the three capitals Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn plus the Sea port of Klaipeda, close to the famous Curonian spit. 

Other possible start and end points the ports of Ventspils (Western Latvia) and Paldiski (Western Estonia) and the airport of Kaunas (Central Estonia) 

Warsaw -Vilnius (121) Vilnius-Klaipeda (122) Riga-Vilnius (129) Riga-Talllinn (130) Klaipeda-Riga (131)

 

Fernrouten zum Fahrradfahren in den Baltischen Staaten 

 

zu allen Routen gibt es Deutsch oder Englisch sprachige Beschreibungen, die hier im Baltikum mit echtem "Insiderwissen" gemacht worden sind. Einfach einen Blick auf "SHOP" werfen. Sie können sie einzeln erwerben oder in einem Informationspaket pro Route.

Als da wären

 

Fernrouten (119)

 Dabei handelt es sich um die Verbindung zwischen den vier wichtigsten Orten in Litauen, Lettland, Estland. Als da wären:

die drei Hauptstädte Vilnius, Riga und Tallinn plus der Hafenstadt Klaipeda (Memel) vor der Kurischen Nehrung.

Andere mögliche Start- und Endpunkte sind die Häfen Ventspils (Westlettland), Paldiski (Western Estonia), Kaunas in Litauen (Flughafen) 

 

Warschau -Vilnius (121) Vilnius-Klaipeda(122) Riga-Vilnius(129) Riga-Talllinn(130) Klaipeda-Riga(131)

 

 

 

long distance routes (119)

 .. are the connections between the four main places in the Baltic States:

the three capitals Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn plus the Sea port of Klaipeda, close to the famous Curonian spit. 

Other possible start and end points the ports of Ventspils (Western Latvia) and Paldiski (Western Estonia) and the airport of Kaunas (Central Estonia) 

 

Warsaw -Vilnius (121)
Vilnius-Klaipeda (122)

 
Riga-Vilnius (129)
Riga-Talllinn (130)
Klaipeda-Riga (131)

Fernrouten (119)

 Dabei handelt es sich um die Verbindung zwischen den vier wichtigsten Orten in Litauen, Lettland, Estland. Als da wären:

die drei Hauptstädte Vilnius, Riga und Tallinn plus der Hafenstadt Klaipeda (Memel) vor der Kurischen Nehrung.

Andere mögliche Start- und Endpunkte sind die Häfen Ventspils (Westlettland), Paldiski (Western Estonia), Kaunas in Litauen (Flughafen) 

 

Warschau -Vilnius (121)
Vilnius-Klaipeda(122)

Riga-Vilnius(129)

Riga-Talllinn(130)

Klaipeda-Riga(131)

International Routes  (127) (follow this link)

With exception of Vilnius-Klaipeda 
all these routes are parts of wider international routes

 

R1 – European Cycle Route R1 Calais-St.Petersburg (168)
ICT – Iron Curtain Cycle Trail – EuroVelo Route Nr. 13 (180)

EuroVelo
EuroVelo 10 – Baltic Sea route
EuroVelo 11 – North Cape -Athens
(169)

Internationale Routen  (127)

Mit Ausnahme von Vilnius-Klaipeda sind alle Routen 
Teil einer der folgenden internationalen Routen: 

 R1 Calais-St.Petersburg (168)

ICT – Iron Curtain Cycle Trail /
Radroute am ehemaligen "Eisernen Vorhang" – EuroVelo Route Nr. 13 (180)

EuroVelo
EuroVelo 10 – Ostseeroute
EuroVelo 11 – Nordkap -Athen(169)

 

 

 

 

The following international bicycle routes cross the Baltic States:

  • EuroVelo: No. 10, 11, 13
  • European Cycle Route R1

more on them on this page:

http://www.balticcycle.eu/routes/international.html

Die folgenden internationalen Fahrradrouten gehen durch die Baltischen Staaten:

  • EuroVelo Nr. 10, 11, 13
  • Europa-Radweg R1

mehr dazu auf dieser Seite:

http://www.balticcycle.eu/de/routes/international.html

 
 

International Routes  (127) (follow this link)

The following international bicycle routes cross the Baltic States:

  • EuroVelo: No. 10, 11, 13
  • European Cycle Route R1

more on them on this page:

http://www.balticcycle.eu/routes/international.html


With exception of Vilnius-Klaipeda 
all these routes are parts of wider international routes

 R1 – European Cycle Route R1 Calais-St.Petersburg (168)

passes BaltiCCycle regions:

[LT5] [LV1] [LV2] [EE3] [EE4]


EuroVelo


EuroVelo 10

Baltic Sea route

[LT5] [LV1] [LV2] [EE1]

 

EuroVelo 11

North Cape -Athens
(169)

[LT1]  [LT3] [LV3]

 

EuroVelo 13

ICT – Iron Curtain Cycle Trail (180)

 

 

more details on them on this page:

http://www.balticcycle.eu/routes/international.html

 

Internationale Routen  (127)

 

Die folgenden internationalen Fahrradrouten gehen durch die Baltischen Staaten:

  • EuroVelo Nr. 10, 11, 13
  • Europa-Radweg R1

mehr dazu auf dieser Seite:


Mit Ausnahme von Vilnius-Klaipeda sind alle Routen 
Teil einer der folgenden internationalen Routen: 

 Europa-Radweg R1 Calais-St.Petersburg (168)

 

geht durch die BaltiCCycle- Regionen :

[LT5] [LV1] [LV2] [EE3] [EE4]


EuroVelo

 

EuroVelo 10

Ostseeroute


EuroVelo 11

Nordkap -Athen(169

 

EuroVelo 13

ICT – Iron Curtain Cycle Trail / 
Radroute am ehemaligen "Eisernen Vorhang" – EuroVelo Route Nr. 13 (180)

 
mehr (auf Deutsch)

 

 

BaltiCCycle "wiki": 

www.BaltiCCycle.eu long distance routes

Informationssammlung der BaltiCCycle wiki

www.BaltiCCycle.eu Fernrouten

 
 

 

 

www.eurovelo.org
EuroVelo? is a project of the European Cyclists' Federation, made up of 12 routes, totalling over 66,000 km, of which about 45,000 km are already in place.
 



The Baltic States cross two routes:

No. 10 – the Baltic Sea Circuit ("Hansering"):

in Lithuania

it is identical with the Sea coast cycle trail (LT5);
http://www.bicycle.lt/seasideroute/

Descpription and maps in the BaltiCCycle.eu shop

http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_40

This route on the openstreetmap

http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=269905

in Estonia

it is signed as the National Route No. 1;

This route on the openstreetmap

http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=122848

for Latvia

you can find the cycling description on "Latvia by Bicycle"

This route on the openstreetmap

Klaipeda-Riga? (LV1):http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=270194
Riga-Estonia? (LV2):http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=270230

Descpription and maps in the BaltiCCycle.eu shop

Book "Latvia by bicycle":http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/product_info.php?cPath=29&products_id=48

Regional Information
Lithuania, coast (LT5):http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/product_info.php?cPath=29&products_id=72

Latvia: Klaipeda-Riga:
Latvia: Riga-Estonia:http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_43

Estonia: Coastal Route:http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_49

Kaliningrad & Poland:http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_32

whole EuroVelo? No. 10 on OpenStreetmap?

http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/EV10

 



No. 11 – Athens – North Cape:

Estonia

only marked on Estonia's National Route No. 3
see: http://www.bicycle.ee/index.php?leht=81&keel=2

This route on the openstreetmap

http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=270428

Descpription and maps in the BaltiCCycle.eu shop

EE34 Eastern Estonian Cycle routes:http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_44

in Latvia and Lithuania

If you want to discover it in Latvia and Lithuania,
you can read the BaltiCCycle.eu route descriptions "Riga-Vilnius by bicycle" (LT3/LV3) and Warsaw-Vilnius? (LT1)
The route is only partly makred and build in the city of Vilnius

This route on the openstreetmap

Warsaw-Vilnius? (LT1):
Vilnius-Riga? (LT3:http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=232057 , LV3:http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=269985 )

Riga-Estonia? (LV2):http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=270230

Descpriptions and maps in the BaltiCCycle.eu shop

route description "Riga-Vilnius by bicycle" (LT3/LV3, €5):http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/product_info.php?cPath=29&products_id=51
route description Warsaw-Vilnius? (LT1, €3):http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/product_info.php?cPath=29&products_id=102

LT1 Polish border to Vilnius:http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_45

LT3 Vilnius – border Latvia:http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_48
LV3 border of Latvia -Riga:http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_47

LV2 Riga-Estonia:http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_43

EE3 East Estonia:http://www.bicycle.lt/shop/index.php?cPath=39_44
 



whole EuroVelo? No. 11 on OpenStreetmap?

http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/EV11
 



A study on the (possible) EuroVelo-Routes in Latvia you may find here
(but many of the routes in the study are not cyclable at present):
http://wiki.dviratis.lt/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=10