But don't worry, it's much more than just a connecting route. In fact, it could be described as the centrepiece of the tour with a wealth of unspoilt forests, plateaus and magnificent vistas for you to discover along the way. This combination of riverside and highland scenery makes the journey incredibly varied. There are also a number of historical attractions to discover such as Belginum Archaeological Park where you can see finds from Celtic and Roman times. From the Hunsrück region, you can choose whether to continue your tour along the Moselle, Rhine or Nahe. Terrain: the long-distance cycle route connects the Nahe and Moselle cycle routes. It runs mainly on asphalt paths and is almost always traffic-free. In the uplands it's hard to avoid the occasional climb. Scenery: the cycle route runs over the densely wooded Hunsrück hills, which offer deeply cut river valleys and far-stretching views. Down below, the landscape is full of fields, meadows and pastureland.