The route leads from Zöbern along the Zöbernbach to Krumbach, via Kampichl back to Zöbern and then via Knollen into the neighbouring province of Styria.
Distance 29.9 km
The route starts in Zöbern opposite the municipal office, where there is a large free car park. Nearby is the “Gasthaus Gansterer”, where you can borrow e-bikes. The tour begins on the left in the direction of Zöberner Au. Here, the trail follows the cycle path along the Zöbernbach stream for most of the time, partly along the cooling edge of the forest. Arriving in Unterhaus in Krumbach, the trail leads past the Krumbach Museum Village and through the village, before heading uphill past the Krumbacherhof inn on a scenic route. Here you can make a short stop at Eis Greissler. Past "Kloster Natursinne", the trail then descends again towards Zöbern. Those who have already had enough can also end the route here; for all others, it continues in the other direction to Knollen. This round trip takes you through Guggendorf and then into Styria – here, you’ll even get to discover a little of the Joglland nature reserve. Then it’s onwards and upwards, past Ziegersberg Castle and finally via Pichl back to the starting point at the car park in Zöbern.
Museum village Krumbach: Shows life in the past in a modern way
Eis Greissler: Stop off for a handmade organic ice-cream
Gansterer Inn, Zöbern
Krumbacherhof Ottner family, Krumbach
Update: June 23, 2023
Safety informationWhen choosing a route, make sure it suits your experience and fitness level. Check the weather forecast in advance.
By roadComing from Vienna: Exit Zöbern, then turn right in the direction of Ort
Coming from Graz: Exit Zöbern, then turn left in the direction of the Ort
ParkingParking is available directly opposite the municipal office, free of charge
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EquipmentWe recommend wearing a cycling helmet on rides. Wear suitable clothing and sturdy shoes. You should consider taking rain and sun protection. Take enough to drink with you.
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