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Enns Cycling Path

The route & its stages

Enns Cycling Path - The route & its stages

If the main focus during the first section is the high alpine mountains, the main focus in the second part is on the Enns itself. And as in a good literary work: after the torrential climax comes the gentle conclusion - through a landscape that will enchant you with romantic villages and towns, fruit orchards and meadows, until we can choose to connect to the Danube Cycling Path once reaching the end. There are unforgettable culinary and cultural impressions that await us.

Some highlights in a nutshell: the start at 1,200 metres above sea level at the foot of the Lower Tauern. The impressive mountains and numerous lakes. The historic Radstadt, Schladming with its lively sports attractions, the imposing Grimming, Trautenfels Castle and Admont Abbey at the entrance to the Gesäuse National Park. And of course the old market town of Steyr, and Enns, the oldest town in Upper Austria.

The following daily stages are suggestions. You will see that so much beauty cannot be meticulously planned. We will give you a tip or two, which may perhaps lead to a detour, but will certainly be worth seeing and experiencing.

We give you a description of the Enns Cycling Path here, but it only partly replaces real maps (such as the bikeline guide "Enns Cycling Path", published by the Esterbauer publishing house).


Note: The detailed stage descriptions are currently only available in German.