The WIENERWALD offers mountain bike routes for every level and every taste: In three levels of difficulty - easy, medium, difficult - there are 41 routes that are well signposted with more than 1,000 orientation arrows.
The hilly area of the WIENERWALD (Vienna Forests) makes mountain biker and cyclist hearts beat faster: in recent years, for example, an impressive route network has been created in the western Wienerwald, which is constantly being further developed.
The woody ground allows adrenaline-laden MTB rides over sticks, rocks and roots and is predestined for this sport. Whether as a day trip from Vienna or for a multi-day holiday, in addition to the easy to challenging ranging mountain bike trails attract numerous local restaurants such as local inns and HEURIGEN to replenish its energy reserves with cool drinks and delicious cuisine from the Vienna Woods.
The beautiful, varied and gentle cultural landscape of the WIENERWALD (Vienna Forests) is perfectly laid out to experience something new. From cyclists with enjoyment ambitions, family cycling tours, cycling enthusiasts interested in the arts to sporty cyclists looking for special challenges, the WIENERWALD offers a generous offer.
Wine connoisseurs and holidaymakers traveling by bike cycle around in the summery WIENERWALD. Cycling through juicy, smelling, fresh forests by bike, let your gaze wander into the centuries-old vineyards and taste the best and most awarded Austrian wines as a highlight.
Cyclists experience the Wienerwald in harmony with nature. Beginners, like advanced cyclists, mountain bikers and pleasure bikers enjoy delightful views of the forest, the meadows and the vineyards. In Gumpoldskirchen, after an 18-kilometer ride through the wonderful Rieden landscape along the Weingartenradweg, cyclists strengthen themselves by a Wienerwald loaf from the Eder bakery. In Baden sweeten the original Wienerwald punch krapferl of "Judith and the pies" the journey.
"Ausg'steckt is" (open is...) from spring until late autumn at the Heurigen (local wine restaurants) in the WIENERWALD. The best vines of Austria's oldest and most traditional wineries are at home in the Vienna Woods. The Freigut Thallern and the Weingut Stift Klosterneuburg draw their indigenous varieties in harmony with man and nature.
The wine-growing region Thermenregion was created with the wine law in 1985, when the areas Gumpoldskirchen and Bad Vöslau were merged. 2,181 hectares of vines lean against the slopes of the Vienna Woods, from the outskirts of Vienna along a ridge with the Anninger as the highest elevation of Mödling, over Guntramsdorf, Gumpoldskirchen - the main town of the spa region - Baden, Soss and Bad Vöslau.
Even today, in the northern part of Gumpoldskirchen, the white wine dominates with the autochthonous varieties Zierfandler (also called late red) and Rotgipfler, while in the south the red wine dominates with the varieties Sankt Laurent and Pinot Noir.
Take a seat in the shadow of the world-famous Gumpoldskirchen vineyards and enjoy the beautiful views of the rows of vineyards waiting to be harvested to make the excellent Rotgipfler and Zierfandler.
Visit one, or more, of the vineyards in the area and try some of the local wine paired with scrumptious food.
Decide on which wineries you interest you the most, and create a personalized tour.