Giglachsee Runde – Mountainbiken in Schladming Dachstein
Includes segments in which cycling is forbidden
You will have to dismount and push your bike.
0.34 mi in total
Includes off-grid segments
Navigation instructions may be limited.
188 yd in total
Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)
Mountain Biking Highlight
Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.
June 5, 2021
If you only have time for one tour, we recommend this tour. The tour to the Giglach Lakes combines many reasons why we love mountain biking so much: long climbs, incredible scenery and great huts to stop off at. The big highlight follows with the wonderfully situated Giglach lakes at the end of the beautiful ascent. Of course, you cannot reach the lakes without any effort: the round is one of the most strenuous with an altitude of 1,400 meters and 47 kilometers.From Planet Planai in the center of Schladming it goes into the beautiful Talbachklamm. The section to Untertal with its pleasant incline is ideal to loosen up your legs for the task ahead. On small roads you drive past Rohrmoos and enjoyable, with great views further into the Preuneggtal. From the Moarhofalm the ascent begins to become steeper and the ground becomes more demanding. At the Ursprungalm you have mastered the first section of the ascent. So it can definitely be a little refreshment here.The further increase will be even more challenging. Not only the incline, but also the underground of the alpine path demand your full commitment. If you can do this piece without pushing, you can pat yourself on the shoulder. But all efforts are forgotten when you reach the plateau with the turquoise shimmering giglach lakes. As the icing on the cake, you can order a cool drink in the Giglachseehütte. The area definitely invites you to linger and offers some great photo opportunities. To return to the starting point, follow the same path to the toll station, but then continue straight to Pichl and back to Schladming via the Enns cycle path.
June 16, 2021
Danger!!!!! What is new is that a TOLL has to be paid for MTB, 5 € per bike, an absolute cheek!
June 30, 2021