Ein Pärchen genießt die Natur an der Möhne während ihrer Tour auf dem MöhnetalRadweg. - © Sauerland-Tourismus e.V. / sabrinity.com
65 kilometers, no climbs and pure enjoyment of nature - the MöhnetalRadweg is one of the most popular touring cycle paths in the Sauerland and attracts up to 100,000 cyclists to the saddle every year. This year, cyclists can combine their tour with a competition and a campaign for a good cause. In cooperation with the Warsteiner brewery, this cycling season cyclists can "diligently collect stamps" and thus help to reforest the local forest.
"We are pleased about the great commitment of the Warsteiner Brewery and the opportunity to jointly do our part for the forest of the future here in the Sauerland," says Kevin Osterfeld, theme manager for cycling at Sauerland Tourism. "After all, the MöhnetalRadweg and cycling in the region thrive on intact nature and the many natural highlights along the routes." The principle here is quite simple. On their tour along the popular river cycle path, cyclists collect stamps when they stop at participating Warsteiner Brewery catering establishments, thus filling their passport.
"With our beers, cyclists can really enjoy their breaks along the MöhnetalRadweg and collect a stamp at every Warsteiner," explains Sarah Schauerte from Warsteiner Brauerei. "With the large selection of products - whether with or without alcohol - there is something for everyone, and the many catering establishments along the cycle path, which are at least as beautiful as the cycle path itself, invite cyclists to take refreshing breaks."
Every fully completed stamp passport received by December 31, 2022, is automatically entered into a raffle. The main prize is a VIP weekend at the Warsteiner Montgolfiade 2023 for two people with overnight accommodation. In addition, the Warsteiner brewery will plant a tree in the brewery's planting garden for each passport sent in. The passport can be sent by mail with the subject "MöhnetalRadweg" to the Warsteiner Brewery, Domring 4-10, 59581 Warstein or as a scan/photo by e-mail to email@example.com. This way the bike tour becomes a double pleasure.
The stamp pass is available at the tourist information offices along the route and at participating restaurants. All addresses can be called up via QR code on the MöhnetalRadweg flyer or listed directly on the website www.warsteiner.de/moehnetalradweg.
Contact for the press:
Rouven Soyka, Sauerland-Tourismus e. V.
Johannes Hummel way 1, 57392 Schmallenberg
Tel.: 02974-969830, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org