Fundația ADEPT Transilvania, together with the Camelia Botnar Foundation and the Municipality of Saschiz, invites you to the opening of the Center of Pottery and Ceramics from Saschiz. The Saschiz Pottery Center aims to revive the traditional crafts of the […]
TBT | Transilvania Bike Trails
Preparing mountain bike network to link 5 comunes and with Sighisoara town (which include 3 UNESCO sites)
- 80 km of mountain bike trail by October 2014
- 100 local people employed seasonally 2013 and 2014
- 5 village meetings by June 2013
- good practice guide for mountain bike trails, of generic use throughout Romania, by November 2013
80 km mountain-bike network which will connect 8 villages in the area (see map). The involvement of all local actors in creating and maintaining the mountainbile network will ensure transparency and maximise support.
Good practice guide for local and wider use in the building, maintaining and managing of mountain bike trails/network for sustainable use and local benefit
Maps of the network and brochures to promote the network
Preparing the tourism strategy for the mountain bike network and all products and services linked with the network, using Swiss expertise and experience.
- Strategy for the best practice use of the network;
- One visit by ADEPT to Switzerland;
- Two visits by 2 NFS representatives to Romania each year,
Strategy for the best practice use of the network, a resource for long term sustainable management with local benefit, that can also be a good model for wider use
Exchange of experience and development of strong cooperation between the Swiss and Romanian partners through visits to similar areas in Switzerland, and Swiss partner visits to project area.
Awarness raising for green turism linking urban with rural areas
brochures, maps, a smart phone application, and a dedicated page on the website
a national mountain bike competition to inaugurate the network, bringing national publicity, and which will become an annual fixture.
conference to launch the project and to close the project, and other events/festivals linked to the mountain bike network.
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