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Biking on Steinplatte

Easy access by gondola ...

Biking on Steinplatte

Get ready to pedal

Just because you want to save your power for other things, it doesn’t mean you are lazy. At least not in our eyes! All of the bike
tours described start at the bottom of the gondola in Waidring, which will take you and your bike up to the top of the mountain
without any fuss. Once there, you can decide if you want to go for a tour around the Steinplatte plateau or get some wind in your
hair and speed back down the mountain.

  • WINKLMOOSALM – UNKEN (ca. 5 hours, 35 km & 1000 m altitude gain) At the top of the gondola, the tour starts off in the direction of Möseralm. The road is well prepared and you can expect a smooth ride. From Möseralm, follow the signs for the mountain bike route „Heutal“ that will take you on a 17 km forest road down to Unken. A beautiful bike path along the Saalach will take you to Lofer and over the Strub Pass back to the starting point at the base of the gondola in Waidring.
  • MÖSERALM – REIT IM WINKL (ca. 3 hours, 35 km & 1000 m altitude gain) A comfortable 3-hour ride along wide, relaxed forest roads. The first part takes you past Kammerköralm town to Möseralm and a good 4 km in the direction of Unken. At the Tanzanger crossing, go left for about 2 km to reach the Winklmoosalm. The tour continues on a mountain road to Reit im Winkl, from where you go past Erpfendorf in order to return to the base of the gondola in Waidring.
  • MÖSERALM – LOFER (ca. 4 hours, 22 km & 800m altitude gain) For slightly more experienced bikers, we suggest the bike route that takes you to Loferer Alm. The tour goes past the base of the Bäreck lift, up on the Schwarzenberg and through rustic forests. On the tour you will be met with a lovely 2 km uphill to really get the juices flowing. Once you have tackled that, the rest of the way is smooth sailing; 9 km downhill on wide mountain roads that take you to Lofer and onto the bike path over the Sturb Pass back to Waidring.