© Foto: Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH/Robert Maybach: Gesellige Runde am Wolfgangsee
Gruppe junger Menschen auf einem Steg am Wolfgangsee

ÖAMTC Mountainbikestrecke

  • Suitable for families
  • Multi-day tour
  • Flatly

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Starting place: 4322 Windhaag bei Perg
Destination: 4322 Windhaag bei Perg

duration: 4h 24m
length: 45,5 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 1.492m
Altitude difference (downhill): 1.494m

Lowest point: 327m
Highest point: 711m
difficulty: difficult
condition: difficult
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Street, Other

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ÖAMTC mountain bike route (main route)

Windhaag - Altenburg - Kemet - St. Thomas - Pierbach - Raabmühle - Rechberg - Naarntal - Allerheiligen - Raumtischmühle - Windhaag.
Rechberg - Naarntal - Allerheiligen - Raumtischmühle - Windhaag

Asphalt/gravel/forest tracks, some single trails, hardly any pushing sections

There are also various tour suggestions in all municipalities where the mountain bike route runs (see map)
Route description (marathon route)
In addition to Windhaag bei Perg, all the towns along the route are of course suitable for the start.
the route - the route can also be reached via short feeder roads
from Perg, Münzbach and Bad Zell.
Immediately after the start in the centre of Windhaag, the route follows Plankstraße
first on tarmac and then on a dirt track rapidly down into the valley
of the Hausbergbach stream. At the Brandstätter sawmill, you reach the main road and
the end of the descent. Now turn left uphill along the main road,
past the branch church and the museum in Altenburg and a short time later
turn left into the valley of the Modlerbach stream. Here you could comfortably
roll along the valley floor for a few kilometres, but the yellow signs soon
soon point relentlessly to the left, steeply uphill over gravel to the "Untersteinböck". In the
alternating tarmac roads and gravel paths, we continue uphill until we reach the
from the "Wagner im Joch" very steeply on a gravel track and a short, marvellous
trail section in the forest downhill into the valley of the Modlerbach stream.
On the opposite side, however, it's straight back up again on a bad path
up to the village of Kemet and from there another short, steep descent to Brandstätt.
and steeply downhill to the Brandstätterbach, which is crossed. The following
The following ascent to the "Paukner" can only be completed by very strong bikers on bikes
- the rest usually push until they reach the access road to the house. Afterwards on
tarmac - always climbing steeply - to the Hofberg goods road, where the path
path points to the right. A little later, turn left again down into the forest
and from there - a detour to the Saxenegg ruins is possible - in an entertaining up and down
up and down to the upper reaches of the Käfermühlbach stream. Down the goods road
- The area is popularly known as the "Overgrowth" because of the underground river course
the underground course of the river.
At Klein-Auger, the comfortable tarmac road is left again and the long
long ascent in several stages over more than 300 metres in altitude to St.
Thomas is on the programme. Initially steep in the forest or at the edge of the forest
uphill (pushing may be necessary due to steepness/vegetation), later on a good
good hiking trail and short asphalt passages closer and closer to the pilgrimage
pilgrimage church, which is always clearly visible. Finally on the extremely steep mountain road directly
to the centre of St. Thomas am Blasenstein, where you can recover from your exertions at the Gh.
Ahorner to recover from the exertions of the last few hours.
The following section of the route is also really "tame", following the country road
down to the north in many bends, almost as far as Pierbach in the
valley of the Große Naarn. Here you can either turn left along the Meisl
Meisl up to the Pammerhöhe or to the B124 and from there to the Raabmühle
from there to the Raabmühle (refreshment stop).
Here the route meets the Mühlviertler Mittellandweg (150), which we follow to
Rechberg. Now it's time to pedal hard again, but soon
the efforts of the beautiful ascent are rewarded and we roll briefly downhill to
Rechberg, where the bathing lake promises cooling on the outside and the two inns
promise refreshment from the inside. With a view of the SOS Children's Village, the route leaves
the town centre, the route descends to the right on a steep downhill into the
"Alter Rehgraben". Before reaching the deeply incised Naarntal valley, the route continues
crossing the country road, the route climbs steeply once again into the
the village of Spaten. From there, the route descends into the Naarntal valley, which is reached a little
reached a little above the Aschermühle mill.
Here you can also choose the signposted variant up to Hiesbach.
However, the main route takes a short left downstream on the Naarntal country road
(national cycle path R30), then steeply uphill to the right on a forest path
to Dörfl , which already belongs to the municipality of Allerheiligen im Mühlkreis. On the
the provincial road, we reach the centre of the village - again steeply uphill at the end
and enjoy the particularly extensive view, perhaps even from the
snail tower of the pilgrimage church.
The following descent is easy to cycle and only a little steeper in the last section
down again into the Naarntal valley on a varied surface. On the other side
the other side, the route turns slightly uphill to the right again at the power station. Now
not to the already visible Raumtischmühle, but to the left up the gravel road
which climbs the steep slope in several hairpin bends. After a short
short breather, the ascent to the "Hundstorfer" makes your thighs burn
again, before the final kilometres to the starting point in
the last few kilometres to the starting point in Windhaag
are a real pleasure.

further information:
  • Multi-day tour
  • Flatly
  • Board possible

details mountainbike
  • Riding technique: medium
Parking
  • Parking space: 100
  • Parking area for disabled: 10
  • Bus parking space: 5
E-service station / recharging station
  • Charging point for electric cars (free of charge)
  • Charging point for e-bikes (free of charge)
Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
  • Suitable for groups
  • Suitable for schools
  • Suitable for teenagers
  • Suitable for single travelers
  • Suitable for friends
  • Suitable for couples
Most economical season
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Early winter

Please get in touch for more information.


ÖAMTC Mountainbikestrecke
ASVÖ ÖAMTC Radrennclub Windhaag/Gemeinde Windhaag bei Perg
Enzmilnerplatz 3
4322 Windhaag bei Perg

Phone +43 7264 4255
Fax machine +43 7264 4255 - 22
E-Mail gemeinde@windhaag-perg.at
Web www.windhaag-perg.at
http://www.windhaag-perg.at
http://www.windhaag-perg.at

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Tour-Details

Starting place: 4322 Windhaag bei Perg
Destination: 4322 Windhaag bei Perg

duration: 4h 24m
length: 45,5 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 1.492m
Altitude difference (downhill): 1.494m

Lowest point: 327m
Highest point: 711m
difficulty: difficult
condition: difficult
panoramic view: Dreamtour

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Street, Other

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