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Emergency spots are located at strategic points across the forest. Here, signs display the emergency call number, a unique identification number (e.g. LX-003) and the geographic coordinates of the site so that hikers can quickly give their location to emergency and rescue services when needed (such as in the event of an accident or forest fire). Emergencies: giving your location In case of emergency, (accident, fire, etc.), call the emergency services (Tel.: 112) and give them your location using the number of the closest emergency spot.
This layer contains the UNESCO bike tour.
This map shows the paths and roads that are closed to motorized traffic as part of the Velosummer in August.
This layer contains the UNESCO walking trail.
This layer shows the contents created within the public map portals by the individual user, which have been assigned to the specific sub-categories "Bike".
This layer shows the contents created within the public map portals by the individual user, which have been assigned to the specific sub-categories POI. Principally these are point data representing important point objects or attractions.
Digital topographic map at scale 1:50.000 issued from the BD-L-TC. Exists as rasterfile (TIFFormat) as well as vector-database, including a style-file for ARCGIS.
Nature trails invite visitors on educational hikes through nature conservation areas throughout the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. Every nature trail is equipped with either an information board or a brochure that explain the flora and fauna vividly to the interested nature lover and provide insights into ecological valuable habitats.
This route connects the five nature and forest centers of the Administration for nature and forests and mainly follows the national and regional network of cycle paths or hiking trails.
Digital topographic map in black/white at scale 1:50.000 issued from the BD-L-TC. Exists as rasterfile (TIFFormat) as well as vector-database, including a style-file for ARCGIS.