Gravel bike tour Klosterneuburg

Gravel bike tour from Klosterneuburg Happyland to Klosterneuburg Happyland

To view this content, you need to accept our Cookies. Change Cookie Settings
Full screen mode
Elevation profile

33,34 km length

Tour dates
  • Route: 33,34 km
  • Ascent: 615 egm
  • Descent: 615 egm
  • Duration: 3:20 h
  • Lowest point: 164 m
  • Highest point:501 m
  • Accessibility by train and bus

Details for: Gravel bike tour Klosterneuburg

Brief description

Gravel biking! A great mix of mountain biking and road biking.

Starting point of the tour

Klosterneuburg Happyland

Destination point of the tour

Klosterneuburg Happyland

Route description Gravel bike tour Klosterneuburg

We start at the Happyland leisure centre and cycle towards the train station. We cross the railway station and then briefly pass the Maria Gugging Klosterneuburg cycle path until we turn left. After passing Klosterneuburg Abbey and the town hall square, we take the next opportunity to turn right at the InDerBurg restaurant. Follow the road straight ahead and turn onto Lenaugasse in Weidling. Continue straight ahead again, up to the Steinböck Hütte and down to Hinterdorf. In Hintersdorf take the Pöckingstraße which we follow to Maria Gugging. At the roundabout, take the first exit, then the second exit and follow the road to the Redlingerhütte. Continue until you finally reach the L2009. In Hadersdorfs turn sharp right onto Feldgasse and then onto Hoheneggersteig, cross Kritzendorf railway station and cycle along the Danube back to the starting point.


Car park at Hundeskehle 21, starting point approx. 4 minutes away Rathausplatz 24-26 car park, starting point approx. 7 minutes away Please watch out for short-term parking zones, paid parking and private car parks!

Take the train to the stop "Klosterneuburg Kierling Bahnhof". The starting point is 2 minutes away by bike.

More info/links

Verantwortlicher für den Inhalt dieser Tour
Letzte Aktualisierung: 29.05.2024

Wienerwald Tourismus GmbH
Hauptplatz 11, 3002 Purkersdorf
Tel.: 02231/6176


A safe and functional gravel bike or equivalent is required for all routes. Racing bikes or other bikes with narrow and/or slippery tyres are not suitable. A helmet and gloves will protect you in the event of a fall. Tools, tyre levers, pump and spare inner tube will help in the event of a puncture. Sufficient provisions (food and drink) should be carried along as well as a mobile phone and wind/rain jacket.

Safety information

Check the functionality of brakes and tyres before every ride. Always ride with a view to danger and at a controlled speed and adapt the choice of route to the riding ability of the group and the weather. The fair play rules in the forest and the road traffic regulations must be observed. If there are stones, roots or steep sections on the route, simply dismount and push the bike if in doubt.

More tours around the starting point