The attractive bike route, in the north-eastern part of Austria, follows three Rivers and in contrast permeates the Wald- and Weinviertel - two romantic Regions on the border to the Czech Republic. Scenic diversity, clever signs, friendly and helpful people and high recreational value - the German magazine "active cycling" describes the Kamp-Thaya March cycle path (KTM) as excellent.
With four stars and the label "Very recommended" did the editorial staff describe the 400 km long route from Krems an der Donau through Wald- and Weinviertel in the vast landscape of the March to Vienna through a largely undiscovered cycling region beyond main roads and mass tourism. Peace, tranquility and idyllic scenery make this trip an experience. The stages with a length between 30 and 55 km can be varied, while the busiest routes are mainly confined to the Waldviertel. Thanks to the perfect KTM route guide the orientation on the route is easy. On the route, wheel-friendly restaurants and accommodation facilities are included.
Wild nature, deserted villages, medieval castles and cultivated wine make the tour an unforgettable experience on the most beautiful detour from Krems to Vienna.
The 420 km long cycle path can be divided into smaller stages. This way the routes are easily cycled.
Section Kamptal: Krems Gars/Kamp - Horn, length: 54 km
Section castles in the Waldviertel: Waidhofen/Thaya - Raab, length: 50 km
Section National Park Thayatal: Raab - Riegersburg - Retz, length: 55 km
Section Kellergassen: Retz - Haugsdorf - LAA / Thaya, length: 50 km
Section Weinviertel: LAA/Thaya - Hohenau, length: 65 km
Section Hohenau - Dürnkrut - Marchegg Length: 62 km
Die Route ist geeignet für Trekkingräder. Wir empfehlen einen Radhelm zu tragen. Tragen Sie passende Kleidung und festes Schuhwerk. Denken Sie an Regen- und Sonnenschutz. Nehmen Sie außerdem ausreichend zu trinken mit.