Around the town & up to the top
Bludenz – Radstadt – Wolfsberg

Around the town & up to the top
Bludenz – Radstadt – Wolfsberg

Tour information: 608 km / 8,5 hours driving time

Travelling from Bludenz to Radstadt and Wolfsberg, fascinating sights open up around every curve to make your spirits soar ever higher as you ride up and down yet more spectacular mountains and valleys. Starting point is Bludenz, the centre of a five-valley alpine region. The route immediately takes you up to the Arlberg Pass with its magnificent view of the Vorarlberg and Tyrolese alpine regions. Forgo the motorway (A12) and enjoy instead a leisurely drive through Tyrolese villages and small towns such as Hall or Schwaz. The alpine mountain panorama accompanies us on the route through the Salzburg skiing region to Bischofshofen and then passing along the B99 to Radstadt where the Rossbrand Mountain (1,768 m) is already waiting. From its summit you can enjoy a breathtaking 360° panoramic view over 150 peaks of the Eastern Alps. An ideal starting point for hiking and biking tours. Driving on to Wolfsberg, you pass Obertauern where you can ski until May and, on your way towards Carinthia, you also cross the Nockberge Biosphere Reserve up on the Turracher Höhe. The route continues past Feldkirchen, St. Veit / Glan and Völkermarkt, to Wolfsberg the last stage of this beautiful trip through four provinces. Wolfsberg in the Lavanttal Valley is an enchanting little town with a charming historic city centre. It offers numerous hiking trails and is Austria’s 1st certified Hiking Town.

Kleine Historische Städte - Stadt Motiv

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Along the way don’t miss:

Natursprünge Path Brandnertal – interactive knowledge hike learn more

Pongauer Dom learn more

Kitzsteinhorn – nature experience at 3,000 metres

Wolfsberg Castle

Benedictine Monastery of St. Paul in the Lavanttal Valley