Bike & Hike Tour Brandalm (with charging possibility)
difficult Bike and Hike · Ramsau am Dachstein
Bike & Hike Tour at the foot of the Dachstein. The tour takes you along pleasant bike paths, ascending mountain roads and idyllic forest roads past some of the most beautiful vantage points in the region. At the Brandalm there are 7 Bosch battery chargers available.
Very nice circuit in the direction of the Dachstein area. It starts in Schladming at the Planaistadion, from where it goes along the cycle path towards Lehen. A short ascent to the idyllic village of Birnberg begins at the level crossing. Via forest roads and a dirt track we reach Strimitzen, where a short but selective descent to the country road begins at Lodenwalker. After the ascent in the direction of the Silberkarklamm car park, follow the hiking trail through the forest to Ramsau-Rössing and continue on the country road to Kulm. From Ramsau Ort you go to the inn Edelbrunn and then via the ski trail to the valley station of the Dachstein Glacier Railway. After wonderful views of the imposing Dachstein massif, a short descent along the toll road to the turn-off at the "Neustadt Alm" mountain hut village begins. From there it goes on forest roads and field paths at the foot of the Dachstein towards Bachlalm, where with a little luck you can watch the marmots. After the descent on the closed road you cycle on the country road again in the direction of Ramsau. The descent to the Grahsteg begins at the Auwirt turn-off. A forest road leads towards Filzmoos before a short, steep ascent begins at km 39.8. After a last look at the Dachstein massif, the descent to Mandling begins. There the path leads into the R7 on which you can comfortably reach the starting point of the tour - Schladming.
Weather changes, rapid drops in temperature, thunderstorms, wind, fog and snowfields are objective dangers and require the right behaviour on the road. Hutkeepers are experienced mountain experts who can give good tips on the weather and the route. Lack of equipment, overestimation of one's own abilities, carelessness, poor physical condition and a wrong assessment can lead to critical situations. During thunderstorms: Avoid peaks, ridges, trees and rope belaying at all costs.
In an emergency, please dial the following emergency calls: No. 140 - Mountain Rescue No. 112 - Euro Emergency Call