For touring cyclists, the SauerlandRadring, the hub of cycling in the Sauerland, is the ideal way to discover the region by bike. Where steam locomotives once puffed over the tracks, no cyclist can get out of breath today. Mostly laid out on old railroad lines, it connects the towns of Finnentrop, Eslohe, Schmallenberg and Lennestadt over a total of 84 kilometers and promises cycling fun in the middle of nature.
A further 40 kilometers of the HenneseeSchleife complements the SauerlandRadring in the north and also connects it to the RuhrtalRadweg. The route leads through the picturesque Wennetal valley to Meschede, past the Himmelstreppe and back along the banks of the Hennetalsperre dam to Bremke to the SauerlandRadring.