.... through the world of mountains and water
The Enns cycle path begins at 1,200 meters at the end of the Flachau valley in Flachauwinkl, at the foot of the Niederen Tauern. An impressive mountain world, romantic lakes - they also invite you to bathe - and the calmly bubbling brook ENNS its beginnings determine this first stage. Particularly attractive and a beautiful motiv is the Dachsteinmassiv on the left side of the way. After Altenmarkt in Pongau and Radstadt in the medieval mountain town of Schladming in the Dachstein-Tauern region. The only narrow cycle track is ever wider. The Enns cycle path leads from the imposing Grimming, the romantic castle of Trautenfels to the Benedictine monastery Admont at the entrance of the "Gesäuse" - the most spectacular section of the Enns. Here is the Enns already a river.
The scenic alternative route to the Ennstalvariante leads through the Buchauer Sattel and through the less rugged, more woody and wild-romantic Reichraminger Hintergebirge. In St. Gallen, you should definitely plan the visit of the water park. Admont - Hieflau - Altenmarkt - Weyer-Reichraming.
Between Altenmarkt and Großraming, a trip to the heart of the Kalkalpen National Park attracts a scenic route and is traffic-free. Between the dreamy, old trading town Steyr and the oldest town of Upper Austria, Enns, the river flows slower and forms the border between Upper and Lower Austria.
... the Tauernhof in Flachau as a perfect starting point
Due to the central location and transport connection (fast train and bus station in Radstadt) the ideal starting point for the Enns cycle path. Our Bike & Reservations team will be happy to advise you on the planning and organization of your Enns cycling route!