The first signposted mountain bike route was put into operation in 2006. The round course with a length of approx. 33 kilometres and an altitude of approx. 950 metres leads on forest and meadow paths through the picturesque Mühlviertler landscape to the 949 metre high Burgstall - by the way the highest elevation in the Perg district. Here the bikers are rewarded with a magnificent view!

Statistics

1,007

m

1,007

m

9

max°

Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Difficult

Description

Streckenbeschreibung:The route leads around St.

Georgen am Walde.

Shortly after the start at the WaldReich pavilion you leave St.

Georgen am Walde and arrive in the village of Linden.

In Ebenedt, cyclists will for the first time also roam the municipal area of Königswiesen.

The route leads via Henndorf to Unter St.

Georgen.

At the edge of the municipality Dimbach the bikers pedal over Großerlau to the 949 meter high Burgstall.

From this section on, you have already completed two thirds of the route.

Now it goes downhill to the snack station Gebetsberger.

After a short stop, the mountain bike route leads back to the starting point in St.

Georgen am Walde.