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Der etwa 39,5 km lange Radweg verbindet den Ruhrtalradweg bei Essen-Kettwig über Heiligenhaus, Velbert, Wülfrath, Wuppertal und Haan mit der Trasse der Korkenzieherbahn in Solingen. Dabei nutzt sie die stillgelegte Trasse der Niederbergbahn auf etwa 26 km. Die Verbindung am Nordende zum Ruhrtalradweg ist etwa 2 km lang und führt annähernd eben über lokale Straßen. Die 12 km lange Verbindung vom Südende der Bahntrasse an der Stadtgrenze Wuppertal/ Velbert bis zur Korkenziehertrasse führt mit einigen Hügeln landschaftlich sehr attraktiv über Wirtschaftswege im oberen Düsseltal. Die Niederbergbahn ist eine Teilstrecke des insgesamt 300 km langen, überregionalen bergischen Panoramaradwegenetzes. Bei Wülfrath besteht darüber hinaus eine Anbindung an den Euroga-Radweg und die Kaiser-Route. Ein Anschluss an die Wuppertaler Nordbahn ist geplant.


Copyright: Friedrich Sponheuer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 07/10/2014
Uploaded: 08/10/2014


Tags: essen-kettwig; bridge; panoramaradweg; ruhrtalradweg
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