Leisurely cycling in Salzburg's Lungau

The sun-drenched high basin of the Lungau, lying there at an elevation of over 1,000 m above sea level, is a paradise for cyclists. Very much in the shape of a star, like the spokes of a wheel, the romantic side valleys of the Lungau radiate outwards, and are just waiting to be explored by you.
 

Family-friendly bike routes are there to be discovered, as are compelling cross-country adventures sure to appeal to ambitious bikers with a competitive streak. And numerous outdoor cafes and restaurants along the way, as well as country inns and alpine huts, open their arms to bikers and serve up a wonderful selection of specialties from the Lungau region!

Bike Path

Difficulty

Elevation
Change

Gradient

Distance

Starting point:

Mitterberg Tour

easy

ca. 200m

12 %

ca. 30 km

Tamsweg

Schwarzenberg Tour

easy

ca. 300m

13 %

26 km

Tamsweg

Prebersee Route

difficult

ca. 510m

15 %

ca. 9 km

Tamsweg

Speiche Lessach

easy

ca. 250m

7 %

ca. 28 km

Tamsweg

Speiche Göriach

intermediate

ca. 500m

6 %

ca. 30 km

St. Andrä

Speiche Lignitz

difficult

ca. 500m

10 %

ca. 20 km

Mariapfarr

Speiche Weißpriach

intermediate

ca. 270m

10 %

ca. 35 km
(round-trip)

Mariapfarr

Speiche Tweng-Lantschfeld

intermediate

ca. 400m

12 %

ca. 32 km

Mauterndorf

Speiche Zederhaus

difficult

ca. 700m

13 %

ca. 65 km

St. Michael - Riedingtal
slightly uphill

Speiche Muhr

difficult

ca. 700m

19 %

ca. 55 km

St. Michael