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Kamp-Thaya-March Bicycle Trail

Quiet paths and trails through idyllic countryside
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In the Kamp valley
The lesser known Kamp-Thaya-March trail leads you through Lower Austria’s north-eastern corner consecutively following the three river valleys. You start in Krems on the Danube, head up the Kamp valley into the Waldviertel region and continue to the Czech border. There you connect with the Thaya, turn eastwards and soon enter the more gentle Weinviertel region. In time you are standing at the banks of the March river, where you take another turn, this time southwards. From here you follow the Slovak border until you end up in Marchegg across the river from the Slovakian capital of Bratislava.

The Route

For the 420 km (261 mi) you need at least a week. The individual legs are 30-55 km (18-35 mi); most of the time you follow side lanes and agricultural paths which you have more or less to yourself. You pass unspoiled nature, sleepy villages, medieval castles and expansive cultivated wine country. It is only on the first stages that you encounter steeper roads. After entering the Weinviertel region your bike practically coasts.

Plenty of alternatives

For the 420 km (261 mi) you need at least a week. The individual legs are 30-55 km (18-35 mi); most of the time you follow side lanes and agricultural paths which you have more or less to yourself. You pass unspoiled nature, sleepy villages, medieval castles and expansive cultivated wine country. It is only on the first stages that you encounter steeper roads. After entering the Weinviertel region your bike practically coasts.

Information:

Weinviertel Tourismus, Kolpingstr. 7, 2170 Poysdorf, T +43/2552/35 15, incoming@weinviertel.at