Conflicting signs

I am wondering if I am allowed to cycle on this road; below are the signs located at both ends of the street.

This is where the road is:

I would say Yes in this case.

Also in practise, I think no one really cares about bicycles carefully driving on restricted ways and hope to be right 🙂


Today we went for a Hike in Ungersberg, near Albéville, close to Villé in the Vosges mountains.

Hike details Hike details

Trees Trees Trees Trees Old hunting signs Trail Grade 2 track Trees and landscape Hiking track Hiking directions Hiking track Forest edge Way incline is up Natural barrier Path Ungersberg: the summit My foot Path
Vosges landscape Going up? Vosges landscape Panoramic view Picnic table Track in the Vosges mountains Blackberry Cute forest house Panoramic view on the plain and the mountains

OpenStreetMap survey map

I always take pictures of areas I walk or cycle, which is very helpful for upating OpenStreetMap. Here’s a summary of the current surveys in the forest.

The most concentrated area is probably near Bambësch, a forest located North of Luxembourg City which is almost on my way to work and is worth a detour from spring to autumn a few times a week:

I still have hundred of ways to visit, fix or update in the eastern part of the forest; which will make my detours longer soon.

The good thing is that each time I go out, I have fewer waypoints to check; last year for each waypoint checked, I added five new points. Sometime I forget to remove points from my waypoint list which make me revisit area already visited :). Also, I added some ways and points tagged with fixme or weird values to my to visit-list.

Over the last year, I’ve been walking and cycling thousands of kilometers; I should check my GPS logs to get the real figure.

This last picture shows area I’ve been exploring near Luxembourg City.

And finally, my OSM Heat Map