Enns cycle path (Hieflau) | © Steiermark Tourismus | Thorsten Brönner

Enns Cycling Path

... at a glance

The Enns Cycling Path at a glance

There are impressive mountain and landscape personalities that you experience on your tour along the Enns. You will be impressed by how the cosy quiet Enns builds into the roaring, raging river in the Gesäuse. It's as if it were angry that the valley is not wider. Then it gets more and more gentle before ultimately flowing out into the Danube. To make your trip on the Enns Cycling Path the best it can be, you will find a concise overview of the most important facts about it here.


  • Route: From Flachau, the route runs via Schladming and the national parks Gesäuse and Kalkalpen to Enns on the Danube. There are many roads that lead to Rome, or in our case, to Enns.   In any case, get yourself some good maps (such as the bikeline guide "Enns Cycling Path", published by the Esterbauer publishing house), because there are so many great detours and alernative routes to take. The individual stages can therefore be designed and combined as you wish. Those who want to can travel independently or trust in the proven organisation of the tour organiser. The accommodation options are as diverse as the opportunities to link up with other cycling trips, such as the Danube Cycle Path, the most famous cycling path in Europe, or the Mur Cycling Path R2 that takes you through Graz, the culinary capital of Austria, and through Southern Styria to Styrian thermal springs country and impressively reflects the natural beauty of Austria.