3 nights incl. halfboard and day tickets for fishing
from € 405,00 p.P.Info/Inquiry
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Gradients, headwind and long distances now pose no problem thanks to the powerful electric motor. Owing to the e-motor cycling trips with a minimum of physical effort are assured.
Far from East Tyrol's busy capital, Lienzer Hütte - a real gem - is situated at the end of the inner Debant Valley amidst a varied landscape with unusual flora and fauna. While on this tour, cyclists always enjoy a view onto the interesting landscape around Glödis, they ride through the pristine world of Hohe Tauern National Park.
Route start: Lienz
Route end: Lienz
With a nearly continuous gradient (ca. 13 %), this route on a tarmac road leads to the urn-off to Lake Tristacher See and then on to the Kreithof inn on 1,047 m. Passing by the toll plaza, the road leads all the way to mountain lodge Dolomitenhütte on 1,616 m, into the heart of the Lienz Dolomites. Before you return, it’s worth making a stop at the mountain lodge where - apart from the culinary delights - you should definitely also enjoy the magnificent view.
Route start: sports ground, Sportplatz Tristach
Route end: hut, Dolomitenhütte
From Lienz across the cycle lane to Leisach and for about 900 metres along the federal highway to the southwest all the way to the turn-off to Pustertaler Höhenstraße. Follow this (partly quite steep) mountain road until you get to Bannberg, then follow the road sign towards Hochstein across the frequently quite steep tarmac toll road to the car park Hochstein (1,980 m). The last leg leads across a gravel path of about 400 metres to Hochsteinhütte (2,025 m) that is perfect for a stop. Enjoy the magnificent view onto the valley floor and a splendid view onto the surrounding mountains. The way back is the same route in reverse.
Route start: Lienz
Route end: hut, Hochsteinhütte