Cycling in the Innviertel
Innviertel round-trip tour
This one-day tour begins in Geinberg, taking cyclists along the R3 River Inn cycle path to Obernberg am Inn. We advise you to take binoculars – the views are truly worth it! Saddle up, peddle away – and take in the immense variety of countryside, broad array of cycle routes, multiple physical challenges and wonderful views afforded by the Innviertel region.
Length: 66 km
On the trail of the ancient Romans
Many roads lead to Rome, and one of them even takes guests on a wonderful cycle tour of the Innviertel region.
Length: 32,4 km
River Inn cycle path
The Innviertel cycle route offers up magnificent views of the region’s breath-taking river landscapes. The cycle path takes cyclists from the source of the River Inn, up at the Malojapass in the Swiss Engadin valley, through Bavaria and Upper Austria, to the point at which the Inn joins the Danube in the town of Passau. Part of the final section of the cycle path from Braunau to Passau is just a stone’s-throw from your Geinberg5 Private SPA Villa.
Length: 63,6 km
Antiesen cycle path
The family-friendly Antiesen cycle path begins near Reichersberg on the River Inn cycle route. The Augustinian choir monastery with its own wine shop and magnificent baroque gardens offer a great excuse to relax, enjoy some great food and drink, and delay the tour start for a couple of hours. The colourful and varied ride is a great way of exploring the unique scenery of the Innviertel region
Length: 42,6 km
KTM Kobernaußerwald Mountain Bike Arena
The KTM Kobernaußerwald Mountain Bike Arena encompasses 80 km of uniformly signposted mountain bike routes. The 55.5-km one-way circuit network of signposted routes involves a total altitude change of 1400 metres – from Kobernaußerwald and the towns of Maria Schmolln, Höhnhart, St. Johann am Walde and Treubach. Those seeking a shorter, easier ride simply take the marked short-cuts.
Length: 56 km
Racing bike tour of the Innviertel region
The racing bicycle is the fastest muscle-powered means of transport available, but it’s not purely for speeding down steep hills at over 80 km/h. It also allows the rider to enjoy the scenery at a perfect tempo, particularly on uphill stretches.
Length: 90,8 km