Enns Cycle Path - Salzburger Nachrichten
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Radfahrer auf dem Ennsradweg bei Radstadt.Photo: (c) TVB Radstadt., (c) TVB Radstadt.
The Enns, Austria's longest inland river, has its source in the Pongau, high up in the Radstund Tauern, and flows through the upper Enns Valley. At the foot of the mighty Dachstein massif, it meanders through its often narrow valley and leaves the Salzburg region until it joins the Danube at Mauthausen.This incomparable long-distance cycle route begins at the foot of the Niedere Tauern in Flachauwinkl. Between the impressive Dachstein massif and the Niedere Tauern it goes via Altenmarkt to Radstadt and the World Cup town of Schladming. Following the course of the river Enns, you pass the imposing 2351 m high Grimming and arrive at Pürgg-Trautenfels with Trautenfels Castle, which houses a regional museum. The Benedictine Abbey of Admont is the next historical and cultural highlight. Founded as early as 1074, the monastery houses the world's largest monastery library. Admont lies at the entrance to the Gesäuse 5 National Park, where the river flows through a spectacular gorge over a 16
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