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Greenways (former railway lines)

Rīga (Cekule) - Ērgļi


Greenway start/finish at the former railway station Cekule, located right next to the Riga ring road that also leads directly to Vilnius and Tallinn. About 100 km long, the Greenway goes through Vidzeme woodland and landscape areas and is suitable for cyclists, pedestrians and Nordic walkers. Several infrastructure objects such as railway bridges and station buildings have preserved on the Greenway.
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100km

Vidzeme coast and Gauja National Park

Limbaži – lake Katvaru


The Greenway leads from the Hanseatic town Limbaži to the lake Katvaru using the historical reconstructed railway line Rīga–Rūjiena. The total length of the Greenway is about 7 km, but since it ends at the lake one also needs to cycle back. The Greenway is covered with sand and gravel, and completely restricted for motorized traffic.
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100km

Mazirbe - Sīkrags


The 7km Greenway between the ancient fishermen's villages Mazirbe and Sīkrags is located on a narrowly stretching land along the Baltic Sea on one side and the inland part of Slītere National Park, where the narrow-gauge railway once used to go. The Greenway leads mostly through forests and has a sand/grass surface.
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30km

Melturi - Gulbene


Greenway start/finish at the railway station Melturi, which is also a train stop for active passenger train Rīga–Valka-Tartu (EST). About 100 km long, the Greenway goes through Vidzeme woodland and landscape areas and is suitable for cyclists, pedestrians and Nordic walkers. Greenway perfectly represents a variety of natural landscapes, crosses numerous Latvian rivers and offers an opportunity to take a rest at several lakes next to it. Several infrastructure objects such as railway bridges and station buildings have preserved on the Greenway.
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100km