The World of Mountains and Water
The Enns Bike Path (“Ennsradweg”) leads you through three Austrian provinces: Salzburg, Styria and Upper Austria.
From its headwaters...
past imposing mountains such as the Dachstein and Schladminger Tauern, idyllic villages, Alpine pastures, swimming lakes and historic towns…
through national parks...
be amazed as the peaceful Enns is transformed into a raging river surging through the Gesäuse…
finally flowing into the Danube…
a gentle conclusion indeed – amid romantic fruit orchards and dreamy hamlets.
Bike-Shuttle – free with the Sommercard
Cycling-Shuttle by Bus & Taxi Hubner
Bike shuttle from Bus & Taxi Hubner between Admont and Schladming/Ramsau am Dachstein: Every Wednesday from May 29 through October 13, 2019, a return transfer is offered in the Schladming-Dachstein Region (for the Enns Bike Path stage between Schladming/Ramsau am Dachstein and Admont), including bike transportation. The charges can be found here, departure times are ca. 4 PM in Admont /abbey car park and ca. 4:45 PM in Irdning, arriving back in Schladming at around 5:30 PM and in Ramsau am Dachstein at 5:50 PM. Tip: The bike shuttle is free with your Sommercard! For further information, please phone +43 3687 81227-0. Reservations are required in advance: by 5 PM Tuesday.
Cycling-Shuttle by Habersatter Reisen
Departure: every Sunday from May to October at about 11:00 a.m. in Enns by appointment.
Arrival Radstadt: approx. 14:30 o'clock
Arrival Flachau: approx. 14:40 o'clock
Price per person: € 59,00
Minimum number of participants: 2 persons for travel dates in July and August.
Otherwise: 4 persons
Groups of 6-8 people can also be picked up on any other day.
Booking is only possible with advance notice until 17:00 h on each holiday day.
Bike & Train – a successful combination in Ennstal
One leg by bike, one leg by train: So that you get to enjoy the glorious Enns Bike Path however the mood takes you.
Regional trains operated by ÖBB also allow you to bring your bicycle with you, running through Ennstal at least every two hours. Departing Schladming, they travel via Stainach, Liezen and Selzthal in the direction of St. Michael, and return. In the area of Liezen, passengers can get on and off trains at more than 15 different stops. Tickets are available using the ÖBB app, online at oebb.at or from ÖBB ticket machines at train stations.
How to save: For short or mid-distance trips, the ticket for your bicycle costs only two euros. For small groups, we suggest purchasing the discounted package “Einfach-Raus-Radticket”. Info: oebb.at/steiermark.