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You will find the starting point to the family-friendly Antiesenradweg at the Innradweg near Reichersberg.
Tip: Worth seeing are the bird of prey shows in theAdlerwarte Obernberg (approx.
4 km from Reichersberg)Via Antiesenhofen you roll into the valley of the Antiesen.
On quiet side roads we continue to St.
The cycle path leads past the Calvary Way of the Cross, the Arco-Zinneberg family castle and many typical Innviertel buildings, through fields, meadows and along the Antiesen floodplains to Utzenaich.
This small, picturesque and agricultural village also invites you to linger around the idyllic village pond and in the tavern gardens.
A side trip to the parish church with its neo-Gothic high altar is worthwhile, and a bit off the beaten track you continue to Aurolzmünster, a town that was elevated to market status in 1406.
The origins of the market town go back to the year 800 AD, when monks of the Bavarian monastery Niederaltaich settled in the fertile area of the Antiesental.
The magnificent baroque castle of Aurolzmünster, built between 1691 and 1711, is particularly worth a visit, after which the "R23 - Antiesenradweg" (antiesen cycle path) leads about seven kilometres along the Antiesen to the district and trade fair town of Ried.
The famous sculptor family Schwanthaler lived and worked here for seven generations.
Works of all generations and style epochs can be admired in the museum "Innviertler Volkskundehaus" on Kirchenplatz.
Numerous guest gardens and shops invite you to stroll through them and then via Hohenzell to Haag am Hausruck.
The adventure mountain Luisenhöhe offers an exciting leisure time pleasure for the whole family, nature lovers and sports enthusiasts.
Here the Antiesenradweg leads into the Trattnachtalradweg.start: Reichersberg or any other municipality on the cycle pathFinish: Geboltskirchen or any other municipality on the cycle pathLength: 42 kmNumerous connection possibilities: Innradweg, Römerradweg, Trattnachtalradweg, round courses possible.route: asphalted or well paved on cycle paths, side roads and freight tracks, slight gradients in the Hausruck area; suitable for all bikes; signs: R23, green-white signs in both directionsTips: For families well suitably.
Arrival and homeward journey: http://fahrplan.oebb.at