mtb tour weberberg mountain biken hohentauern

 
 
         

 11,1

Kilometer - KM

511

Vertical meters

4

Experience value (1-5)

 3

Difficulty (1-5)

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MTB-Tour Hohentauern Weberberg auf einer größeren Karte anzeigen

GPS data download from gps-tour.info - Tour Nr. 40334

With just 11,1 kilometers The MTB Tour Weberberg is very short, but the 3.4 kilometers long climb with an average of 12 percent is exhausting.

The MTB Tour starts at the parking lot of cross-country ski center (1240m). After a short descent you will reach the Lakeside Village after one km. The deepest point of the Weberberg MTB Tour (1.195m). The center in Hohentauern (1285m) you reach at Km 2, and after about 200m on the road towards to Judenburg turn left on the fine gravel forest bike path R8. Following the trail you reach the end of the gravel road on the highest point at an altitude of 1.679m, which lies directly on the ski slope in Hohentauern. An optimal place for a short break with a very good prospect. Even during the drive you have in some places a very good view of the city Hohentauern and the surrounding mountains.

On the same way you drive with your mountain bike back to Hohentauern. Since the bottom of the mountain bike tour is also the forest trail, please select your speed that you can stop at any time with the bike and take care of the walker.

According to the Lakeside Village in Hohentauern you have only to bike the 45 meters to the car park at cross-country ski center. At the end of the wonderful 11.1 kilometers you reach the end of the MTB Tour Weberberg.

  

To ensure we cyclists and mountain bikers in Styria continue

the wonderful opportunity offered to exercise formally in such a beautiful valley of

the Austrian Alps to our beloved sport of mountain biking, it is extremely great

importance that keep all of us on the following rules and agreements . For, in

addition to tourism, as elsewhere, hunting, forestry and agriculture in

the region Hohentauern is important too. We must understand and respect the

interests of farmers, forest owners, foresters and hunters.

  • Opening times: 1. May to 10. September from 8-18 Clock
  • Hikers have priority: We drive carefully and select our speed so that we can stop at any time if necessary. Pedestrians to pass more slowly, and we are paying particular attention to children, the speeds and distances can not yet assess how we adults. A friendly welcome and a "thank you" when the walkers pave the way to help the mutual understanding and thus the image of mountain bikers.
  • Respect for nature: We only drive during daylight hours and keep to the specified opening times. In the woods we go no earlier than 3 hours after it has become clear and leave the forest again and 3 hours before dark. We take our garbage with us again and avoid unnecessary noise. We leave nothing but our tire tracks and only take with our impressions. During braking, we sure do not block the wheels.
  • We drive on the roads and paths on which allows mountain biking and cycling specifically, or is not prohibited. We never run wild through the woods. There are many special downhill trails in Austria.
  • Uphill, it is also very important to set up the helmet.
  • We are approaching the grazing in the slow tempo and prevent possible panic reactions. Also, we once again close the pasture gate very carefully. In encounters with wild animals, we adhere to in order to give them the opportunity to remove themselves without panic.
  • The bike tour to prepare well: Take a cell phone, tools, and a small pharmacy with an emergency. Before beginning the bike tour, we look for options again if our bike is technically ok. To us not technically or stamina to overwhelm us, we inform in advance about the bike tour and observe the weather, which is in high alpine terrain, the weather turn very quickly. When a storm was coming, then we are looking for a suitable shelter in time. Before ascending the difficult passages of the doubt and just push the bike.

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