Families will enjoy the 'ErlebnisWald-Familientour' (Adventure Forest/Family Tour) section, while the 'Voglerkamm-Tortour' gives sporty visitors the opportunity to push their physical and cycling capabilities to the limit. Naturally, the various circuits can be combined. The routes are planned so that there are plenty of places to stop off for a break or a bite to eat along the way. Away from the main routes there's more fun to be had at the high ropes course, while culture enthusiasts will love exploring Corvey Palace and Abbey. This is a great way to get some exercise and see the sights. Terrain: covering between approx. 20km and 160km, the routes run mainly on dirt tracks, unsurfaced paths and narrow, single-passage trails. They are signposted according to the three levels of difficulty – easy, medium and hard. Scenery: densely wooded for the most part, the Solling massif is dominated by broad mountain crests with plateaus and flat valleys with streams. The Vogler, on the other hand, features narrow mountain ridges, steep slopes and deeply indented valleys.