Naviki map legend

  • Cycle route (inter-national): National and international long-distance cycle routes, for example the Ostseek├╝stenroute (D2*) or the EuroVelo 3 (EV3*).
  • Cycle route (regional): Official regional or themed cycle routes, for example the RhurtalRadweg (RTR*).
  • Node network: Representations of the popular junctions, known from the Netherlands, now also widespread in several countries.
  • Cycle route (local): Smaller local cycle routes, for example Rund um Ostercappeln (OC 1*).
  • Cycle path: Paths for cyclists.
  • MTB trail: Designated mountain bike trails as well as bumpy forest and field paths.
  • Path with unpaved ground: Mostly you will find moderate forest and field paths. But gravel and rough cobblestones are also part of it. You may also have to dismount.
  • Local road: Normal and small roads for car and bicycle traffic.
  • Primary road: Primarily (major) motorways.
  • Unclassified path: Here we have no information about the surface or the permission for bicycles. Mostly simple footpaths.

*) The abbreviations of the routes correspond to the labels on OpenStreetMap. For example, 'EV3' stands for the over 5,000 kilometre long EuroVelo 3, also known as the Pilgrims' Route.