Travel to your holiday destination and move around Styria entirely without stress and traffic jams. When travelling by train, your holiday gets underway during the journey. The countless train connections from Europe are a cost-efficient, fast and relaxed way to get to the Mur Cycling Path. For more information about the connections of the ÖBB [Austrian Federal Railways], contact the call centre of Austrian Federal Railways at Tel. +43 5 1717. The Cyclists' Hotline in Germany can be reached at +49 1805 151415. Tip: For all guests from Germany, the Europe special ticket starts at € 39.00.
Bike and train are a great combination on the Enns Cycling Path. Bikes can be taken on the trains of the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB). Please note, however, that space is limited. For more information about bike transport, click here. An interesting connection is if you cycle from Steyr on the Stey Valley Cycling Path to Klaus an der Pyhrnbahn and then take the Pyhrnbahn train back to Selzthal where you can take the railway connection to Schladming / Radstadt. The traffic information of the Verbundlinie [Network Line] is ideal for planning and any questions about timetables.
Within Styria, the cyclist tickets of the Verbundlinie [Network Line], a consortium of Styrian mobility providers, are an ideal combination for all cyclists. These special tickets, which were developed specifically for cycle tourists and day-trippers, offer a comprehensive service for travel within Styria. You will find more information here.
You must reserve a place for your bicycle for long-distance transport (Railjet, Intercity, Eurocity and Nightjet). The online reservation costs EUR 3.00. With the ÖBB customer service on +43 (0)5 1717 and at the ÖBB ticket counter you will pay EUR 3.50 for your bike. Please note: bicycles with a tyre size of at least 29 inches, tandem bicycles, recumbent bicycles and bicycle trailers can only be transported in special luggage compartments. Online reservations cannot be made for these. In order to guarantee the best possible sequence of events, please note that the trains do not stop for very long. So please find out in advance about the location of the bicycle coach and please take luggage (e.g. panniers) off your bike in due time before the train arrives. In the case of rail replacement transport at short notice, the ÖBB hopes you can understand that no bicycles can be taken on the buses.
Convenient return by bus with Habersatter Travel or Huber Travel
- Bike shuttle by Habersatter Travel from Enns to Radstadt or Flachau: Departure every Sunday from May to October at about 11:00 am in Enns by agreement, arrival in Radstadt about 2:30 pm, in Flachau about 2:40 pm, minimum of 4 people, groups of 6-8 people can also be picked up on all other days of the week! There are various possible entries and exits along the Enns Cycle Path - prices available on request. Expected departure / arrival times: e.g. Steyr 11:30 am, Großraming 12:15 pm, St. Gallen 12:45 pm, Admont 1:05 pm, Liezen 1:25 pm or Schladming 2:10 pm. Booking possible only by prior notification by each Friday by 5 pm!
- The Huber Travel bike shuttle from Enns and Admont to Radstadt (by request also to the surrounding towns/villages): individual or collective transfer for 6 persons or more
Bike & train - a winning combination in the Enns Valley between Radstadt/Schladming and Selzthal/Admont. A section by bike, a section by train: it's a great way to enjoy the magnificent Enns Cycling Path depending on your mood. The regional trains of the ÖBB accept bikes and run through the Enns Valley at least every two hours. From Schladming the route runs through Stainach, Liezen and Selzthal and back again. It's possible to get on and off in the district of Liezen at more than 15 railway stations. Tickets are available via the ÖBB app, online at oebb.at or at the ÖBB ticket machines at the train stations. Savings tip: The ticket for a bicycle costs just EUR 2.00 for short and medium-length routes! For small groups, there is also the budget flat-rate package "Get away bicycle ticket". Info: oebb.at/steiermark.
Arrival and departure by car: The starting point of the Enns Cycling Path is easily accessible by car via the A10 Tauern motorway or the B320 Enns Valley federal highway - detailed planning is available at www.maps.google.com