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  1. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

    01:43
    8.08 mi
    4.7 mph
    1,550 ft
    1,550 ft
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      On the Krummholz Runde, let the Hauser Kaibling gondola take you up the mountain and then start your tour away from the mountain station. So you have a great panorama right from the start on 13 kilometers and a good 400 meters of altitude.After the ascent with the gondola, it goes on a gravel path. In several bends you climb meter by meter upwards and the view gets better and better. After 400 meters you have reached the plateau, where the lifts come together and there are also several places to stop for a break. First enjoy the view of Dachstein and Stoderzinken before you continue.The path now leads you slightly downhill to a reservoir, where the sun terrace of the Kaiblingalm beckons right next to it. On the Kaiblingalmweg it is now back to the Krummholzhütte. Now you drive back down to the mountain station of the gondola on the already known forest path. If you don't want to take the gondola back to the valley, you can combine the tour with the Gumpental or Kaibling circuit and enjoy the descent down to the valley.

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      • June 16, 2021

  2. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

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      On this lap you can experience the alpine feeling without having to exhaust yourself. This is made possible by the ascent with the Hauser Kaiblingbahn, with which you float 700 meters upwards and start the tour with a great panorama. After taking the gondola up, everyone can do the 13-kilometer and almost 100-meter-high circuit - the perfect circuit for the whole family!From the mountain station of the Hauser Kaiblingbahn you start on a forest road, gently climbing over to the Höfi-Express. Then you continue on gravel down into Gumpental, where an idyllic alpine landscape awaits you. Here you will pass several managed alpine pastures that invite you to take a break.At the Stanglalm you turn around and follow the gravel path back out of the valley. From the Höflehner wellness hotel, the underground turns to asphalt and you roll comfortably back to the Ennstal. In Ruperting you follow the road to the west, which brings you quickly and easily back to the valley station of the gondola lift.

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      • June 16, 2021

  3. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

    03:08
    20.6 mi
    6.6 mph
    3,375 ft
    3,375 ft
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      For this tour you start at the village square of Aich im Ennstal. The first four kilometers to Ruperting are flat on the Enns Cycle Path. In Ruperting you start with the ascent on the paved Gumpenbergweg. After the steep beginning, the road becomes a little flatter and after a good 500 meters you reach the graveled Moaralmweg, which you follow into Gumpental.The section through the beautiful alpine pasture area in Gumpental is a dream in terms of landscape. In addition to a great panorama of the mountains at the end of the valley, it is above all the rustic alpine pastures that make the scenery so enchanting. After the Maieralm you turn left and drive out of the valley again. On a forest road you are now driving through shady forest. After a while, the path becomes narrower and soon you will cycle down to the Seewigtal, where you will find several options for a stop and you can also take a short hike to the Styrian Lake Constance.On the Seewigtalstraße you drive out of the valley towards Gössenberg. Soon the last climb begins on a gravel path with a great view up to the Pirklalam, a nice place for a break. From the Pruggererberg it is now on asphalt down into the valley, where you cycle the last few meters back to Aich on the Enns Cycle Path.

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      • June 16, 2021

  4. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

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      The Stoderzinken is one of the most beautiful panoramic mountains in the region and is accessible via the twelve kilometer long Stoderzinken Alpine Road. This tour, which has its starting point in Gröbming, leads you first through the Ennstal and then up to the highest point of the Alpine road.You start in Gröbming and follow a slightly steep side road down into the Ennstal, where you cycle along the Enns to Aich. After this wonderful section to warm up, orientate yourself north and start the ascent up to the Assacher Scharte. The beautiful gravel road, on which you get great views down into the Ennstal again and again, flows into the Alpine road on the Stoderzinken after 450 meters of altitude.The ascent on the paved alpine road along the rock faces of the Stoderzinken is a real pleasure. After a further 550 meters you have reached the highest point and can not only enjoy the panorama, but also the delicacies in the huts. If you have the time and leisure, the short hike to the Friedenskircherl, the landmark of the Stoderzinken, is recommended. Strengthened, you will now tackle the long descent down to Gröbming, where you will surely find a nice garden to toast the impressive tour.

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      • June 16, 2021

  5. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

    1. Schladming Dachstein

      If you want to see a lot of our beautiful region, we recommend the five mountains tour. On the 55 kilometers, which run over forest roads, trails and beautiful back roads, you will discover many beautiful places that are a bit away from the hustle and bustle. As the name suggests, there are a few meters of altitude to be mastered, a total of 1,630.The starting point is the center of Haus im Ennstal. You complete the first kilometers on the Enns Cycle Path to Assach. After cycling in, the first ascent to the Assacher Scharte begins, at the highest point of which you can enjoy a great panorama. You then dash down the asphalted Stoderstraße to Gröbming and continue on the Enns cycle path towards Aich. The ascent on a moderately steep asphalt road to the Pruggererberg begins in the Auberg district.After a beautiful alpine path you will reach a road again, on which you exit into the Seewigtal. The next ascent follows, this time a little more demanding over forest and meadow paths, towards Schwarzenberg. The next highlight is the section in the beautiful Gumpental, where you can consider a detour to one of the managed alpine pastures further back in the valley. The last part leads over the Moaralmweg to the north side of the Hauser Kaibling, from where you can quickly reach the starting point after a descent.

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      • June 16, 2021

  6. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

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      This round, 40 kilometers in length and 1,200 meters in altitude, goes up to the Reiteralm, a great panoramic mountain. On the descent you then have the opportunity to ski down the newly built Reiteralm Trails.You start at Planet Planai and immediately after leaving the village you will reach the Talbachklamm, through which a path that is wonderful to drive leads through. In Untertal you change to the main road, but leave it again and follow the Ahornweg. Then it goes up to Rohrmoos and further, on quiet side paths, into the Preuneggtal.In the Preuneggtal you drive out of the valley and then turn left onto a forest path. The climb up to the Reiteralm begins here. The slope of the 700 meter climb is pleasant. You reach the Reiteralmsee, where a wonderful panorama opens up to you. You now have several options for the descent: Either you stay on the forest road and roll comfortably down into the valley, or you end the round with a trail descent over the Eiskar Trail (komoot.de/highlight/882839) and the Schnepfenwald Trail (komoot .de / highlight / 883051). But you can also build in the other trails on the Reiteralm on the descent, such as the Gassl Trail (komoot.de/highlight/1772126).

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      • June 16, 2021

  7. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

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      The Rohrmoos Runde offers you many scenic sections and nice places to stop for a break on its 42 kilometers and a manageable 820 meters altitude. Most of it runs over paved secondary roads and forest roads and is therefore also suitable for mountain bike beginners.From Planet Planai you drive in a south-westerly direction out of Schladming and reach the entrance to the Talbachklamm. You drive through the gorge on a paved road, slightly uphill to Untertal. The route then leads you to Obertal and further and further into the beautiful valley. At the end of the paved road you follow the forest path, which takes you on a steep section to the Eschachalm, where you can take a break.Strengthened, it goes the same way back out of the valley and shortly after the Pension Bärnhofer you turn left onto an alpine path. You follow this beautiful path to Rohrmoos. After a short stretch on the main road, turn right onto a side road and cycle along this into the Preunegg Valley to the bridge over the Preuneggbach. Here you follow the road out of the valley and drive down to Pichl. You then return to Schladming in a relaxed manner on the Enns Cycle Path.

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      • June 16, 2021

  8. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

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      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.

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      • June 16, 2021

  9. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

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      Cycling on the Sonnseitn is particularly good and relaxed. This is then fully confirmed on this beautiful tour, which is suitable as a brisk half-day undertaking due to the manageable meters in altitude and kilometers. You will like the round if you have no single trail experience but want to try out simple, narrow paths and trails.Starting from Planet Planai, you turn into the Enns Cycle Path, on which you complete the first three kilometers. Once warmed up, turn left and start the climb up to Birnberg. Shortly before the village you follow a branching gravel path that turns into a beautiful forest path.The round retains its varied character and you continue on the edge of the plateau over asphalt, gravel and nice, small paths and paths. Again and again you have beautiful panoramic views of Schladming and the Niedere Tauern and you pass beautiful places to take a break. At the Zechmannhof Reiterhof you have the choice whether you complete the descent down to the Ennstal on asphalt or via the combination of the Vorberg Trail (komoot.de/highlight/911088) and the Horner Trail (https: // komoot.de/highlight/911090). From Pichl back to Schladming you cycle again on the Enns cycle path.

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      • June 16, 2021

  10. Schladming Dachstein planned a mountain bike ride.

    June 5, 2021

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      The Storn Alm tour is our tip for you if you like it quiet and without the hustle and bustle. On the 40 kilometers you are a bit away from the known highlights and can concentrate fully on nature and many beautiful views and insights.From the starting point at the valley station of the Hauser Kaibling gondola lift you drive over a side road to the tranquil Weißenbach, from where you continue on asphalt and gravel side roads in the direction of Rössing. After a short stretch on the main road, you follow a beautiful section through the forest, pass the Silberklamm and then reach the forest road that leads up to the Storn Alm.The long but moderately steep path now leads you over many serpentines up towards the turning point. With every meter of altitude, the already great view of the Ennstal and the Schladminger Tauern towering behind it becomes more and more beautiful. After 600 meters of altitude you have reached the goal of the ascent. If you want to take a break on the cozy, but not managed, Storn Alm, then you can still hike the 100 meters in altitude.For the return trip to home you now follow the forest road down again and then branch off to the left. This is followed by an enjoyable section over gravel back to Weißenbach and a short section on the already familiar side road to Haus.

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      • June 15, 2021

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