Arnbach – cross the federal road – Draudamm damn. Through Sillian, past Tassenbach and Strassen. Cross the Drau river twice. After Strassen a brief ascent has to be conquered, then a long downhill ride brings you to Abfaltersbach.
Through Mittewald, to Thal (crossing some whitewater brooks) and to Galitzenklamm gorge (always worth a visit). Soon afterwards you get to Lienz.
More information about the Drauradweg cycling trail at http://www.drauradweg.com
The offer includes:
* transfer by train (incl. bike) from Lienz to Innichen or bus transfer from Lienz to Matrei i. O.
* welcome and information session at th bike information stand at the Dolomitenbad swimming bath
* bus ride to lake Tristachersee
* certificate about the trails conquered
* Lienz bike voucher for either admission to the Lienz swimming bath, an uphill ride with the Hochsteinbahn lift to Moosalm pasture, or reduced admission to the Egger-Lienz exhibition at Schloß Bruck castle.
Lienzer Dolomiten Tourist Board
Europaplatz 1, A-9900 Lienz
Tel. +126.96.36.1990, Fax +188.8.131.520.2
Clear and pure - the air, the nature, the many stars in the sky.
When wind caresses your cheeks and the sun tickles your nose it's time to let go and just be.
Each of the farms have retained their own, distinctive character.
The health offers change with the seasons and are as varied as the guests themselves.
Wellness, hiking, horse riding, skiing ...
Fresh water, herbs from the garden, unadulterated food,
cozy rooms or apartments with solid wood furniture.
Our 20 farms introduce you to rural life in an exceptional way.
Discover farm life and learn about its everyday duties and its peculiarities.
Experience four season in a landscape full of surprises.
Get to know culinary delights from the past, that we have re-introduced in our cuisine.
We invite you to learn about our customes and rituals.
* playgrounds that incorporate nature
* take part in farm life
* tend animals
* help with the harvest
* spend a night at hayloft
* visit young cattle at the pasture
* or simply learn what is needed to make butter!
Our farm provides memorable insights.
Lerch 5, A-9961 Hopfgarten
The wide Felbertauern road with its 5.3km long tunnel leads from Mittersill via the Hohen Tauern to Osttirol. Osttirol is a region circled by mighty Alpine ranges, including the Lienz Dolomites and the Carnic Alps. Drive along windy roads through the incredibly scenic Lesachtal valley or take the panorama road through the Pusteral for first-class touring experiences.
This road was always more a panorama road than road link. Today it is exclusively used for outing purposes.
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Enjoy the most beautiful moments of the year amid Osttirol's stunning Alpine scenery.
A perfect place to relax and unwind, to forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life and to restore new energies: the high Alpine pastures and lush green meadows can be found throughout Osttirol!
During the Fifties and Sixties many of the high Alpine pasturelands and mountain huts were abandoned due to the increasing motorization. Sometimes a single dairyman was responsible for a great variety of huts and pastures. Today, the high Alpine regions of Osttirol have been made accessible to tourists who love the simple life on a mountain farm with cold running water, an oven for boiling the water, some cups and plates, and very rustic bedrooms.
Innervillgraten's quaint mountain huts grew with the landscape they inhibit and form part of the region's history. The most famous one is Oberstaller Alm but there are plenty other mountain huts well worth visiting: Unterstaller Alm, Kamelisen Alm, Prantekammern, Alfenalm, Schmidhof-Alm, Oberhoferalm and Lipperalm are places where you should be quiet, listen to the local's making music, and soak up the atmosphere.
Mr. Oswald Fürhapter
Besides the renowned Drau Route, Osttirol has a lot more to offer - some 300 km of perfectly signposted cycle routes for all ages and preferences along the valley bottom. More experienced bikers can head for the great variety of scenic MTB Trails to the most beautiful spots of the Alpine region.
Each cyclist receives a voucher for a bicycle check.
Each cyclist receives a personal logbook.
All accommodations along the cycle path cater to the special needs of cycling guests.
.... family-run inn offering food arrangements
.... a max. of 1.5km from the Drau Cycle Path
.... at least one cyclist-friendly menu
.... a lock-up cycle shed
.... cleaning facilities
.... bicycle stand in front of the house
.... tools for minor repairs
.... rental bicycles