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(Deutsch) Newsletter 2013/12 [DE]

Newsletter 2013/12 [DE]   Liebe BaltiCCyclisten! Seit März gab es keinen "ordentlichen" BaltiCCycle-Rundbrief mehr. Und so kommt dieser Newsletter kurz bevor Weihnachten über uns herein bricht. Natürlich ist seit dem – wie immer – viel passiert. Die wichtigste persönliche Änderung schlägt sich in der Änderung meines Nachnamens nieder (ich habe geheiratet). So hat sich vieles in meinem Leben geändert. Doch die Fahrräder bleiben. Also hier ein Überblick der Dinge die sich im vergangenen Jahr getan haben. Unten ausführliche Nachrichten zu: Was hat sich in Vilnius und…

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[EE4] – National Route No. 4

[EE4] – National Route No. 4 / Nationale Estnische Fahrradroute Nr. 4   Those heading for Tartu from Valga may choose this alternative route, which makes a longer roundabout to visit Paganamaa (the Devil’s Land), Haanja Highlands and Setumaa. The first 45 km are covered on a fairly quiet asphalt-covered forest road. In Vastse-Roosa next to the Latvian border an entertaining sight is Metsavenna (Guerrilla’s) Farm with a recreation centre. Through Paganamaa we arrive at the banks of pretty lakes in the primeval valley of…

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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…

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[LT3 / LV 3] Riga-Vilnius

 {{picLT3}} {{picLV3}} mehr:   LT3/LV3 in the wiki   info zu Nordostlitauen ("Aukštaitija")here   info zu Südostlettland ("Latgale")here  Well, I know, the most cyclists try the direct connection from Vilnius to Riga. But that's a route we do not recommend: it is quite boring, flat, "nothing special" leading you through industrial and agricultural areas. So, what we recommend is to turn a bit more to the East and visit the reach nature areas of the Aukštaitija – literally "highlands" – in Lithuania, with the oldest…

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