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  • Besichtigung der Altstadt von Graz - UNESCO Welterbe
    / Besichtigung der Altstadt von Graz - UNESCO Welterbe
    Photo: Martin Kubanek, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Martin Kubanek
  • / Picknick bei St. Ruprecht an der Raab in der Oststeiermark
    Photo: Die Mosbacher`s, CC BY-ND, TV St. Ruprecht an der Raab/Die Mosbacher`s
  • / Zwischenstopp in der Südsteiermark
    Photo: Tom Lamm, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Tom Lamm
  • / Rast an der Feistritz in der Oststeiermark
    Photo: Tom Lamm, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Tom Lamm
  • / An der Mur in Graz
    Photo: Tom Lamm, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Tom Lamm
  • / Rast beim Rogner Bad Blumau
    Photo: Leo Himsl, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Leo Himsl
  • / Genussregal Südsteiermark
    Photo: pixelmaker.at, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/pixelmaker.at
  • / Kürbisfelder als Wegbegleiter
    Photo: Wolfgang Jauk, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Wolfgang Jauk
  • / Unterwegs im Schilcherland bei Stainz
    Photo: Velontour, CC BY-ND, Schilcherland Steiermark/Velontour
  • / Zwischenstopp im Apfelland in der Oststeiermark
    Photo: Tom Lamm, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Tom Lamm
  • / Blick auf die Südsteirische Weinstraße bei Gamlitz
    Photo: Harry Schiffer, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Harry Schiffer
  • / Radfahren bei Bad Radkersburg
    Photo: Bernhard Bergmann, CC BY-ND, TV Bad Radkersburg/Bernhard Bergmann
  • / Blick auf Burg Deutschlandsberg
    Photo: Herbert Raffalt, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Herbert Raffalt
  • / Ausblick aufs Weinland bei St. Anna am Aigen
    Photo: Harry Schiffer, CC BY-ND, Steiermark Tourismus/Harry Schiffer
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On this round cycling tour, a little over 400 km in length, cyclists can discover Styria’s Wine Country in eight stages: its three vineyard regions as well as its culinary specialities and cultural charms.

moderate
Distance 402.8 km
36:30 h
2,672 m
2,672 m
679 m
207 m

It’s not just the experience of cycling through the vineyards and wine roads of south and east Styria that delights people on this cycling tour. The eight leisurely stages and three variants of the trail ‒ East Styria, South Styria-Schilcherland and Schilcherland-Lipizzanerheimat ‒ also invite you to explore the diverse landscapes, cultural treasures and culinary delicacies to be found on and off the route. Depending on interest, in addition to exploring Styria’s winegrowing areas, we will also peek into the largest apple-growing region on the Apple Road or dip into the world of pumpkin seed oil at many oil mills along the round tour. To relax, there are seven spas to re-energise weary legs. Those interested in culture can visit museums and exhibitions or amble through the small historic towns.

Important note: The round trip runs along existing cycle paths i.e. routes and is signposted throughout with the additional symbols of the Weinland Steiermark Radtour.

Author’s recommendation

Styria’s comprehensive high-speed railway network and the Austrian Federal Railways network link numerous towns and cities in the Styrian Wine Country Cycle Tour. This gives short-term holidaymakers the opportunity to divide their cycling tour into several holidays.

In the Thermen- und Vulkanland region of Styria, East Styria, and South and West Styria, the GenussCard opens the door to over 200 excursion destinations when staying at one of the 160 or so GenussCard partner establishments. Many of these GenussCard destinations, ranging from culinary manufactories to bathing lakes and museums, are located directly on the Styrian Wine Country Cycle Trail!

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Author
Günther Steininger 
Update: September 17, 2021
Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
679 m
Lowest point
207 m
Best time of year
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Rest Stop

Burg Deutschlandsberg
Freizeitzentrum und Seerestaurant GamsBad
Ölmühle und Kernölmuseum Kremsner
Gesamtsteirische Vinothek
Schloss Stainz
Vinofaktur mit dem Genussregal Südsteiermark
Ölmühle Hartlieb
Sulmsee
Schloss Seggau
Haus des Apfels- GenussCard Partner
Tierwelt Herberstein
Flußbad und Familien-Erlebnisbad St. Ruprecht an der Raab
Badesee- Freizeitpark- Stubenbergsee - GenussCard Partner
Steirerkraft Kernothek
Gartenschloss Herberstein
Röcksee
Bäcksteffl - Käferbohnenkabinett
Vinothek im Weststeirischen Hof
Rogner Bad Blumau
Vinothek & Weinbaumuseum Klöch
Murecker Schiffsmühle
Parktherme Bad Radkersburg
Kunsthaus Graz
Schlossberg
Thermenresort Loipersdorf

Safety information

Emergency assistance number: 144

Tips when reporting an emergency – Answer these six WH questions: What happened? How many people are injured? Where did the accident happen (are there GPS coordinates)? Who is reporting the incident (callback number)? When did the accident happen? What is the weather like at the site of the incident?

One of the most beautiful sections of the cycle trail can be found on the stage from St. Ruprecht an der Raab to Hartberg, through the Stubenbergklamm gorge. As the gorge is a flood zone and protected as a conservation area, the cycle trail could only be constructed under very strict conditions, with as little impact on nature as possible. Please take an equal amount of caution and care when traversing the area, as the “Furten” (fords, or crossings just above the water) do not have any railings. During floods, railings would cause blockages. Therefore, the fords are reinforced with huge stone ripraps. Please take note of the following:

  • Cross this area at your own risk.
  • During floods, do not cross or step onto the fords. There is an alternative route leading via the road that runs parallel ‒ please take care here, as you will be among mixed traffic.
  • Please cross the fords/bridges at walking pace. If you feel at all unsure or hesitant, please dismount and walk your bike across.
  • No liability is accepted.

Tips and hints

Steiermark Tourismus

Tel. +43 316 4003

info@steiermark.com

www.steiermark.com/en

If you would like to hire a  tour operator, simply book with Steiermark Touristik, the official travel agency of Steiermark Tourismus:

Tel. +43 316 4003 450

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Start

Leibnitz (recommended, but you can start your round trip anywhere) (267 m)
Coordinates:
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46.779947, 15.530318
DMS
46°46'47.8"N 15°31'49.1"E
UTM
33T 540482 5180847
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Destination

Leibnitz (recommended, but you can finish your round trip anywhere)

Turn-by-turn directions

The daily stages described below are merely suggestions, as a journey through Styria’s Wine Country cannot be planned down to the last minute. Every couple of kilometres you will come across an establishment ‒ whether a Gasthaus or a Buschenschank (wine tavern) ‒ offering culinary specialities and giving you the chance to get to know these hosts for what they are: ambassadors for Styria. There are several places where you can begin your round trip, but Leibnitz is recommended as a starting point, as it has some very good transport connections. In addition, parking is available at the outdoor pool directly on the cycle route.

The stage from Leibnitz to Deutschlandsberg initially starts on Sulm Valley Cycle Trail R1, crossing through the tranquil Sulm Valley. It passes lakes such as the Sulmsee opposite the Silberberg Winegrowing Academy, and oil mills such as Ölmühle Hartlieb, Ölmühle Kremsner (which has a pumpkin seed oil museum) and Kernölmühle Lorenz. Energetic cyclists can take a detour to Kitzeck, Europe’s highest vineyard area. In the small town of Unterbergla, we pick up the St. Peter Cycle Trail R22, which takes us to the town of Bad Schwanberg ‒ beautifully situated between vineyards and the foothills of the Koralm. In Bad Schwanberg, well-known for its spa hotel the Heilmoorbad, we switch onto the Schilcher Cycle Trail R4, which now winds through the home of Schilcher wine to Deutschlandsberg with its majestic castle set high above the city. 

On the stage from Deutschlandberg to Lieboch on the Schilcher Cycle Trail R4, wine lovers will be spoiled for choice on the Schilcher Wine Road. There’s no shortage of outstanding sights to be visited on our route either: Stainz Castle, for example, is a distinctive feature of the local landscape with its baroque abbey church, surrounded by the orchards and vineyards that characterise the region. It houses two museums belonging to the Universalmuseum Joanneum: the Hunting Museum and the Agriculture Museum. In addition, special picnic days offer a romantic view of the castle and a guided tour of the exhibitions. From Stainz, our bike trip now continues northward on the Arch Duke Johann Cycle Trail R9 through idyllic villages to Dobl bei Graz, where we once again switch cycle trails. The Kainach Valley Cycle Trail R14 covers the last few kilometres of this stage via Lannach, and on to the Lieboch Valley Cycle Trail R56. We now pick up the latter in order to reach the nearby towns of Lieboch / Söding. 

The stage Lieboch ‒ Graz runs west of Graz via the Lieboch Valley. West of Austria’s second-largest city, we start to climb steadily but comfortably uphill, passing through a very rural region that is also reflected in the local culture. Just after Hitzendorf, we begin to climb to the highest point in our tour, an upfold near Stiwoll. Then it’s a swift descent to the river Mur and Gratwein, where we pick up the famous River Mur Cycle Trail R2. Following the River Mur Cycle Trail south, we come to the old town of Graz, enjoying views of the striking Schlossberg, a UNESCO World Heritage site along with Eggenberg Castle.

The stage Graz ‒ St. Ruprecht an der Raab links Graz, Austria’s Capital of Culinary Enjoyment, with East Styria. In between, the Laßnitzhöhe is a very challenging climb, but is rewarded with splendid views and time spent in the historic spa town. To get to the spa town, we must switch from the River Mur Cycle Trail in the south of Graz city to the Mostwärt Cycle Trail R49. From the town of Laßnitzhöhe, there’s a relaxing downhill ride to Gleisdorf, a small town with a wonderful main square. Here we pick up the Raab Valley Cycle Trail R11 in order to cycle through the tranquil towns of Albersdorf-Prebuch and Wollsdorf for a leisurely arrival in St. Ruprecht an der Raab. This historic town is famous for the scarlet runner bean. Enjoy a wide variety of dishes served at the numerous gastronomy outlets: ranging from the classic runner bean salad to the “Käferbohnenweckerl” pastry and runner bean ice cream ‒ probably unheard of anywhere else in the world! If you want to learn more about the scarlet runner bean, visit the Kernothek seedery and oil mill run by Steirerkraft, Europe’s biggest runner bean producer. Here’s another tip: In St. Ruprecht an der Raab you can take a wonderfully refreshing dip in Styria’s oldest river-fed swimming pool.

Note: If you’d like to avoid climbing the Laßnitzhöhe, you can take the fast train that runs parallel to the cycle route. It is possible to embark at Raaba on the outskirts of Graz, for example. From here, it’s just a few minutes (two stops) on the fast train line S3 on the Laßnitzhöhe, from where you can continue your cycling tour with a leisurely descent to Gleisdorf.

The stage from St. Ruprecht an der Raab to Hartberg leads directly through East Styria, with its wonderful garden landscapes and Austria’s largest apple-growing area. From St. Ruprecht an der Raab, continue along the Raab Valley Cycle Trail R11 towards Weiz to Regerstätten, a suburb of Weiz. Here we fork right on the Apple Tour Cycle Trail WZ16 to explore Apple Country via the town of Etzersdorf. Aside from wine taverns, there are plenty of fruit farmers here, who are more than happy to invite you to sample their regional specialities in small farm shops. Next stop: the Stubenbergklamm. We take the Feistritz Valley Cycle Trail R8 through this gorge, which we have picked up just before entering. The gorge is one of Austria’s most stunning cycle trail sections and ends at Lake Stubenberg ‒ just perfect for a rest. From Herberstein Zoo and its beautiful neighbouring castle, situated above Lake Stubenberg, we carry on along the Saifen Valley Cycle Trail HB 18 via the Pöllau Valley Nature Park to Hartberg.

On our way through the Thermen- und Vulkanland region from Hartberg to Loipersdorf and from Loipersdorf to Bad Radkersburg, we will come across six spas, including the elaborate Therme Rogner Bad Blumau, designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser, all appealing places to enjoy a rest in soothing thermal waters. On Spa Cycle Trail R12, we now head south via the thermal spa towns of the region, past innumerable vineyards and hills. Small towns such as Fürstenfeld and Fehring invite us to make a cultural pit-stop with museums such as Pfeilburg castle. Just like many other excursion destinations and culinary manufactories, the Gesamtsteirische Vinothek situated on the village square of St. Anna am Aigen, and the Vinothek with its adjoining winegrowing museum in Klöch are an absolute must ‒ the latter is situated a little way off the route in the vineyard region of the same name.

In Bad Radkersburg, we can expect a wonderful old town pulsing with Mediterranean flair and a relaxing park spa. From here, we continue on the stage from Bad Radkersburg to Leibnitz on the River Mur Cycle Trail R2, through the UNESCO Murauen Biosphere Park and through the east of the winegrowing region of South Styria, back to our starting point, the city of Leibnitz. Another worthwhile suggestion for somewhere to refuel on this section is the Genussregal Südsteiermark in Vogau/Ehrenhausen at the start of the South Styrian Wine Route. It’s a great place to sample and learn about regional wines, food and gourmet indulgence.

The East Styria Variant from Bad Loipersdorf to Gleisdorf offers a 2-3-day round trip through East Styria taking in the East Styrian Roman Wine Route. Combining the South Styria-Schilcherland Variant and the Leibnitz - Deutschlandsberg stage creates a beautiful 106 km round trip in the south of Styria, which links the South Styria Nature Park and the Schilcherland region between Ehrenhausen and Schwanberg. At Stainz you have the chance to take a detour to the home of the Lipizzan horses. The 72 km Lipizzanerheimat Variant rejoins the main route at Lieboch.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Public-transport-friendly

Accessible by train and bus.

Detailed information about arriving by ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways) can be found at www.oebb.at or on the Verbundlinie Steiermark website www.busbahnbim.at

 

With Verbundlinie’s BusBahnBim route planner app, planning your journey has never been easier: simply enter towns and/or addresses, stop names or points of interest to check all bus, train and tram connections in Austria. The app is available free of charge for smartphones – on Google Play and in the App Store

Getting there

Detailed information about getting to the car park at the Städtisches Erlebnisbad Leibnitz can be found here.

Parking

Parking is available at the Städtisches Erlebnisbad.

Coordinates

DD
46.779947, 15.530318
DMS
46°46'47.8"N 15°31'49.1"E
UTM
33T 540482 5180847
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Folder "Weinland Steiermark Radtour" with route description, overview map and detailed map as well as excursion tips and much more:

Steiermark Tourismus

Tel. +43 316 4003 

www.steiermark.com

 

Weinland Steiermark Radtour 1:50.000, ISBN 978-3-85000-755-9

Verlag Esterbauer - bikeline

Tel. +43 2983 28982

www.esterbauer.com

 

Author’s map recommendations

Pocket Card "Radwege in der Steiermark":

Steiermark Tourismus

Tel. +43 316 4003 

www.steiermark.com

Equipment

Touring bikes or city bikes are recommended. Road bikes rather not, as there are short sections also on gravel, which can, however, be bypassed via country roads. Tip: A basic equipment of tools and accessories such as spare inner tube and/or repair kit, spanner, air pump, brake and shift cable as well as a screwdriver can never hurt.

Basic Equipment for Bicycle Touring

  • Cycling helmet
  • Cycling gloves
  • Sturdy, comfortable and preferably waterproof footwear
  • Layered, moisture wicking clothing
  • Rucksack (with rain cover)
  • Protection against sun, rain and wind (hat, sunscreen, water- and windproof jacket)
  • Sunglasses
  • Ample supply of drinking water and snacks
  • First aid kit
  • Bivy / survival bag  
  • Survival blanket
  • Headlamp
  • Pocket knife
  • Whistle
  • Cell phone
  • Cash
  • Navigation equipment / map and compass
  • Emergency contact details
  • ID

Technical Equipment for Bicycle Touring

  • Air pump or CO2 pump including cartridges
  • Puncture repair kit
  • Replacement inner tube
  • Tire levers
  • Chain tool
  • Hex keys
  • Spoke wrench
  • Zip ties
  • Lubricant
  • Screwdrivers
  • Phone / device holder as required  
  • Bike lock as required
  • Where applicable, the bike must meet requirements for road use by having a bell, front and rear lamps and spoke reflectors
  • Luggage system as required for length of journey: panniers with racks
  • Handlebar / frame / saddle bags   
  • Mudguards recommended

Camping Equipment

  • Tent (3- or 4-season)
  • Stove (including fuel and utensils)
  • Sleeping mat. Sleeping bag with suitable temperature rating.
  • Food
  • Toiletries and medication
  • Toilet paper

Things to Bring if Staying in a Hostel

  • Toiletries and medication
  • Quick-drying towel  
  • Ear plugs
  • Sleeping bag liner
  • Sleepwear
  • Alpine club membership card if applicable / ID
  • The 'basic' and 'technical' equipment lists are generated based on the selected activity. They are not exhaustive and only serve as suggestions for what you should consider packing.
  • For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions on how to properly use and maintain your equipment.
  • Please ensure that the equipment you bring complies with local laws and does not include restricted items.

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Questions and answers

Question from Gerhard Koppermann · August 10, 2021 · Community
Lieber Günther, es gibt in vielen Ländern schöne Ecken und schöne Strecken.Leider haben viele Anbieter vergessen,dass es auch Interessenten gibt,die noch mit 74 Jahren,wie ich,gerne Tagestouren von 100-120 km und einem Schnitt von 20-21 km/h locker fahren.Wenn man dieses Klientel nicht vergessen würde,könnte man noch mehr Umsätze generieren. Bei Interesse mal rein schauen:www.verdientes-radfahren.de Liebe Radsportgrüße von Gerhard
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Answered by Günther Steininger  · August 11, 2021 · Steiermark Tourismus
Lieber Gerhard, zunächst Gratulation zu Euren tollen Touren! Wenn ich einen Tipp geben darf: speziell Bad Radkersburg bietet Touren für jede Schwierigkeitsstufe und Altersklasse an - vielleicht kennt Ihr diese Radregion noch nicht!? Liebe Grüße Günther
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Question from Wolfgang Keckeis · June 07, 2020 · Community
Guten Tag, wie ist es mit dem Gepäcktransport bei einer Radtour. Was für Möglichkeiten?
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Answered by Günther Steininger  · June 08, 2020 · Steiermark Tourismus
Hallo, ein Gepäcktransfer entlang dieser Tour ist im Rahmen eines buchbaren Pauschalangebotes möglich: https://www.steiermark.com/de/unterkuenfte/steiermark-touristik/weinland-steiermark-radtour-10-taegige-rundreise_a602346 Für die Tour gibt es selbstverständlich auch kürzere (3 Tagestouren etc.) Angebote. Ein Gepäcktransfer kann auch über örtliche Taxiunternehmen gebucht werden, in diesem Fall muss man aber mit Kosten von mindestens EUR 50,00 pro Tagesetappe rechnen. Falls Interesse an einem Paket besteht bitte ein Mail an info@steiermark.com Alles Gute und viel Spaß!

Rating

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Herbert Schwarz
September 25, 2020 · Community
Ich bin gemeinsam mit meiner Partnerin kürzlich die Weinland-Steiermark-Radtour gefahren. Wir haben uns dabei an den Routenvorschlag gehalten und in den vorgeschlagenen Etappenzielorten übernachtet. Sehr gefallen hat uns die vielfältige Landschaft, die uns täglich wieder neue Reize in ihrem Auf und Ab geliefert hat. Die grüne Steiermark zeigte sich uns in der zweiten Septemberhälfte von ihrer schönsten Seite, glücklicherweise bei fast durchgängig sonnigem Wetter. Wir haben uns dabei vorwiegend über unser Navigationsgerät und die erhältliche GPS-Datei orientiert. Das war sehr hilfreich, da man oftmals - auch mehrmals täglich - die verschiedensten steirischen Radwege befährt und wechselt. Die Kennzeichnung der Weinland-Radtour lässt zu wünschen übrig. Sie ist nur dann und wann zusätzlich Vorort angebracht. Ein für mich sehr unangenehmer Aspekt auf der ganzen Tour waren die befahrenen Wege, die bemüht durchgehend asphaltiert, jedoch bis auf wenige Kilometer keine ausschließlichen Radwege sind. Die Radwege verdienen es nicht wirklich als solche bezeichnet zu werden. Ständig ist man auf und bestenfalls unmittelbar neben teils stark befahrenen Straßen unterwegs, wo sich PKW, LKW und landwirtschaftliche Fahrzeuge tummeln. Ein gemütliches nebeneinander her radeln wird damit leider selten möglich. Abschließend ist noch festzuhalten, dass Möglichkeiten zur Einkehr an der Route nur sehr spärlich vorhanden sind. Unser Eindruck zusammengefasst: Tolle Landschaft / ständig auf von KFZ befahrenen Routen unterwegs / mäßige Beschilderung (Navi benützen!) / wenige bis keine Einkehrmöglichkeiten
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When did you do this route? September 25, 2020
Tene Butto
August 31, 2020 · Community
8/2020 Vielen Dank für den Tourenvorschlag! Wir sind die Strecke Graz-Bad Waltersdorf geradelt. Teilweise hätten wir uns eine bessere Beschilderung gewünscht, aber kleine Umwege gehören wohl dazu. Aber nichtsdestotrotz sollte in Lassnitzhöhe ein Schild angebracht werden, damit man von Graz kommend vom modernen Hauptplatz zum Bahnhof rechts abbiegt! Zusätzlich zur ausführlichen Wegbeschreibung wäre eine etwas nüchternere sehr fein.
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When did you do this route? August 26, 2020

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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
402.8 km
Duration
36:30 h
Ascent
2,672 m
Descent
2,672 m
Highest point
679 m
Lowest point
207 m
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  • 8 Stages
recommended route Difficulty easy Stage 1
Distance 52.6 km
Duration 4:30 h
Ascent 249 m
Descent 147 m

Mitten hinein in das wahrscheinlich bekannteste Weinanbaugebiet Österreichs, die Südsteiermark, führt uns die Radtour mit Startpunkt in Leibnitz.

from Günther Steininger,   Steiermark Tourismus
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 2
Distance 41.3 km
Duration 3:30 h
Ascent 343 m
Descent 359 m

Kultur und Kulinarik begleiten uns auf dieser Etappe der Weinland Steiermark Radtour, die auch entlang der Schilcher Weinstraße führt.

from Günther Steininger,   Steiermark Tourismus
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 3
Distance 48.1 km
Duration 5:00 h
Ascent 487 m
Descent 469 m

Übers Liebochtal westlich von Graz führt uns diese Etappe der Weinland Steiermark Radtour durch idyllische Dörfer in den Norden von Graz, um in ...

from Günther Steininger,   Steiermark Tourismus
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 4
Distance 42.7 km
Duration 4:00 h
Ascent 237 m
Descent 210 m

Mit dieser Radtour werden die Kulturhauptstadt Graz und die Oststeiermark, die auch liebevoll der Garten Österreichs genannt wird, verbunden.

from Günther Steininger,   Steiermark Tourismus
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 5
Distance 53.8 km
Duration 5:00 h
Ascent 657 m
Descent 688 m

Die aussichtsreiche Radtour führt uns durch das größte Apfelanbaugebiet Österreichs und den Naturpark Pöllauer Tal. Endpunkt der Tour ist die ...

from Günther Steininger,   Steiermark Tourismus
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 6
Distance 53.1 km
Duration 5:00 h
Ascent 263 m
Descent 278 m

Diese Radtour ist eine für echte Genießer, denn es geht von der historischen Altstadt Hartberg mit ihren umgebenden Weingärten mitten hinein ins ...

from Günther Steininger,   Steiermark Tourismus
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 7
Distance 58.6 km
Duration 5:30 h
Ascent 436 m
Descent 563 m

Auf dieser Tour geht es durch den südlichen Teil des Thermen- und Vulkanlandes Steiermark, der besonders stark vom Weinbau geprägt ist.

from Günther Steininger,   Steiermark Tourismus
recommended route Difficulty easy Stage 8
Distance 51.6 km
Duration 4:00 h
Ascent 60 m
Descent 7 m

Auf dieser Etappe der Weinland Steiermark Radtour wird die Mur, der zweitgrößte Fluss Österreichs und Namensgeber für den bekannten Murradweg, ...

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