Trailarea Nord – Mountainbiken rund um Wien
Includes a very steep uphill segment
You may need to push your bike.
103 yd in total
Includes a segment that goes up or down a series of steps
You may need to carry your bike.
14 yd in total
Mountain Biking Highlight
Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)
Giant Deutschland planned a Tour.
March 8, 2021
This round takes you through the northern part of the Vienna Woods Biosphere Park and connects two of the most popular trails in this region with the South Tyrolean and Schoenstatt trails. The tour starts at the Giant Store in Klosterneuburg. The first five kilometers run flat along the Danube - just the right thing to warm you up, because it's about to get down to business: This is followed by the most famous Viennese climb, the Eisernenhandgasse. The steepest section is over 20% steep and there's no shame in winding your way up here.It continues over beautiful serpentines to the viewing platform on the Kahlenberg. From here you have an impressive panorama over the entire city. If you have time, order a melange and just enjoy the moment. Back on the bike you follow a forest path and you will soon reach the entrance to the South Tyrolean Trail. The trail is divided into three sections and mostly corresponds to difficulty S1. Fast curves alternate with jumps and small drops, which you can also bypass.After this flow fireworks, you continue south on the Bach Trail. This runs along the idyllic Weidlingbach through a beautiful valley and has some tricky uphill passages ready for you. At the end of the trail, turn left and follow a gravel road to Grüaß Di a Gott Wirt. Now it goes up towards the Hermannskogel, the highest point in Vienna. The ascent is not without, the greater the joy when you have reached the lookout at the summit. At the weekend the waiting room can be visited for two euros. It's worth it, because the panorama is enormous.We continue on the forest road, past the entrance to the South Tyrolean Trail that we have already ridden. After 200 meters you will reach the entrance to the Sleeping Beauty Trail. This trail is not too long, but technically quite challenging and, especially at the end, mostly slippery. After exiting the trail, you can see the entrance to the Schoenstatt Trail on the other side of the forest road. This begins rapidly and then meanders beautifully along the slope. After a long traverse, there is a junction to the left and there follows a great section with nice, tight curves and small jumps. Now it goes comfortably back to Klosterneuburg, where you can end the tour with a swim in the Danube.The perfect bike for this tour: Giant Stance E + or Liv Embolden E +giant-bicycles.com/de/bikes-stance-eplus-2021liv-cycling.com/de/bikes-embolden-eplus-2021
March 17, 2021