road bike tour wald am schoberpass upper styria



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 The Wald am Schoberpass bike tour is a great training run, or one of the first and last bike tours in Styria, in the spring or autumn, when it is already too cold in the mountains, with no special thermal cycling clothing is passable. There are only 2 long climbs with 4% on the bike tour in Rottenmann and a few kilometer against Wald am Schoberpass.

After starting in the district capital Liezen in the Enns valley you drive along the B113 road at the foot of Mitterberg towards Selzthal. After the Enns bridge is a small incline and then it goes over Selzthal to Rottenmann more flat again. Here you drive past the castle Strechau. The slightly longer pitch in Rottenmann has only 4 percent and it reached a height of about 700m. The next town, which lies along the Wald am Schoberpass bike tour is Trieben. The Schoberpass street has between Rottenmann and Trieben a few small, easy climbs and descents with approximately 10 to 20m height difference. Of Trieben you could also take a MTB Tour to Kaiserau / Admont and take a bike ride on the Triebener Tauernpass up to Hohentauern. After having driven past the lake in Gaishorn you reach Treglwang 6 kilometers before the second long climb starts. After 38 kilometers through Paltental in Styria is then reached the finish on the Wald am Schoberpass tour. Although this bike tour goes on the B113 Schoberpass road the traffic keeps within limits, since the most cars and trucks drive on the parallel Pyhrn highway A9. On the road you return to Liezen.

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