It is best to start your tour at the info point of the Tourism Association in Andorf (Tourismusverband). (VVA premises, Sportplatzstrasse)
The typical hilly landscape of the Innviertel accompanies you along this bike path. The starting point is in Andorf, where you turn off of the Pramtal Bike Path in order to reach Lambrechten and Andrichsfurt. You pass through Peterskirchen before the bike path merges in Hohenzell with the Antiesen Bike Path. Here, you can continue biking toward either Ried im Innkreis or Haag am Hausruck or continue along the Römer Bike Path.
By car: Travelling from Germany on the A8 - exit Pocking - further on the B 12 towards Schärding-Linz - then further on the B 137 towards Linz (approx. 12 km to Andorf) - exit Andorf (Note: take the motorway exit Suben > road tax disc necessary !!)
Arrival from Wels, Linz ... via the B 137 - exit Andorf
Arrival from Salzburg, Ried/I.: L 514
By rail: Arrival via the stretch Passau - Wels, Andorf railway station