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Mur Cycling Path

... at a glance

The Mur cycling path at a glance

The scenic arc of the Mur Cycling Path impresses from spring to autumn in an authentic, varied and enjoyable way. Gentle mountains, alpine meadows, lakes and rivers are the companions for unadulterated enjoyment of nature at the source of the Mur river in Salzburg's Lungau and in the northwest of Styria. The diversity of culinary experiences ranges from typical home cooking to the finest from the forests, meadows and rivers. To make your trip on the Mur Cycling Path the best it can be, you will find a concise overview of the most important facts about it here.

  • Route: From Muhr in the Lungau holiday region to Bad Radkersburg in thermal springs country in Styria and on to Slovenia and Croatia – the individual stages can be designed and combined as you wish. In any case, get yourself some good maps (such as the bikeline guide "Mur Cycling Path", published by the Esterbauer publishing house), because there are so many great detour routes and side trips for discovering the hinterland of the Mur Cycling Path. Those who want to can travel independently or trust in the proven organisation of the tour organiser. The overnight accommodation is as diverse as the points where you can link up with other bike tours, such as via the Zirbenland Cycling Path R26 near Weißkirchen to the Drau Cycling Path, via the Rastland Cycling Path R15 near St. Michael to the Enns Cycling Path R7 or via the Mürztal Cycling Path R5 near Bruck an der Mur towards Vienna.
  • Recommended schedule and route planning: You should take about a week including some spare time for sightseeing. The cycling hosts along the Mur Cycling Path will help you to plan your route. They will of course also provide you with information about bike hire and service points and have all kinds of good tips for you for additional attractions along the tour.