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Weingartenradweg

Cycling routes for excursions · Wienerwald
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  • Radfahren entlang der Weingärten
    / Radfahren entlang der Weingärten
    Photo: Wienerwald Tourismus GmbH
  • / Weingartenradweg
    Photo: Wienerwald Tourismus GmbH_Raimo Rudi Rumpler
  • / Weingartenradweg
    Photo: Andreas Hofer, Wienerwald Tourismus GmbH
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24 km
1:43 h
65 m
108 m
A cycle path spanning more than 16 kilometres starts in Mödling, goes through the wonderful Rieden landscape of the Vienna Woods thermal region, passes tourist attractions like the regional wine shop in Thallern, the wine museum in Gumpoldskirchen and the Römertheme Baden, and finally reaches Bad Vöslau.

All the areas along this stretch house the thermal region’s typical wine taverns, where outstanding wines and regional delicacies can be savoured.

Author’s recommendation

Be sure to plan a visit to one of the many wine taverns along the way. 

Finally, treat yourself to a visit to the Römertherme Baden or the thermal spa Bad Vöslau!

Highest point
262 m
Lowest point
185 m
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Safety information

Apart from a distance of 2 km, most of the route runs on freight routes on which there is a speed limit of 40 km/h for cars. Further parts of the route lead along narrow cycle paths on local roads, especially in the villages, which are at the same time the connecting paths to the Thermenreadweg (Eurovelo9).

Start

Mödling oder Bad Vöslau (229 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
47.975191, 16.247633
UTM
33T 593111 5314296

Destination

Mödling oder Bad Vöslau

Turn-by-turn directions

The Weingartenradweg doesn’t have any noteworthy inclines. Consisting largely of hard-surfaced paths, it runs along the grape vines and offers a marvellous view of the thermal region.  From the links with the Thermenradweg (Eurovelo9) in Guntramsdorf and Bad Vöslau onwards, the entire route is consistently dotted with signs ‘Weingartenradweg’.  The route alternates between normal cycle path stretches, agricultural roads, accompanying cycle paths and service roads.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

by train z. B. to Mödling or Baden

Getting there

via the Bundesstraße 17
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Distance
24 km
Duration
1:43 h
Ascent
65 m
Descent
108 m
In and out Scenic With refreshment stops Family friendly

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Highest point
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Lowest point
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