Invisible Snake

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The unvisible bridle path

A popular motif of Nutcrackers are Olbernhauian riders. Our rider has ridden on the puzzle grid, but which way he has taken?

Draw the bridle path, with the following rules:

  • The start is in the top row.
  • Start and finish cell are different.
  • The path is exactly 49 fields long.
  • The path must be connected horizontally or vertically, it must not touch or cross itself.
  • The numbers in the grid indicate how many cells of the path are horizontally, vertically or diagonally adjacent to the number.
  • The bridle path does not go through cells with a number.

The unvisible bridle path

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