Hiking Routes

Karl-Lammerhuber-Blick-Weg

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Elevation profile

6,08 km length

Tour dates

  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Route: 6,08 km
  • Ascent: 176 egm
  • Descent: 193 egm
  • Duration: 1:40 h
  • Lowest point: 341 m
  • Highest point:496 m

Features

  • Nice views
  • Geological highlights
  • Round tour
  • With refreshment stops
  • Suitable for families and children

Details for: Karl-Lammerhuber-Blick-Weg

Brief description

The 7.3 km long trail leads to a viewpoint in Biberbach, from which a beautiful view on the Alps can be seen. This trail is recommended especially in the blossoming season at the end of April.

Description

From Biberbach the trail starts to the South to the Wiesmühl (mill), from where the road continues west leaving the State Road and continues through meadows and woods via a bridge to the House Kautzhof. Continuing south along the L 6206 and after 200 meters on the L 6207 to the Rotte (tiny village) Kaltaigen. From here, you hike up to the over 500 meter high Gehartsberg (mountain) and to the to the Karl-Lammerhuber panorama-point. Now, you can enjoy a magnificent view of Biberbach and the gentle rolling landscape with its many fruit trees and farms. The trail now slopes harshly downwards past the trade road "Kleeberg" back into the valley/ditch along the "Biberbach" (stream) from where you continue along the stream to the north along the L 6189. The trail branches off at the estate access "Großnagl" and leads past meadows and forest trails back up to the Wierkanthof (estate) "Wiesmühl".

Starting point of the tour

Biberbach

Route description

From Biberbach the trail starts to the South to the Wiesmühl (mill), from where the road continues west leaving the State Road and continues through meadows and through woods via a bridge to the House Kautzhof. Continuing south along the L 6206 after 200 meters on the L 6207 to the Rotte (tiny village) Kaltaigen. From here, you hike up to the over 500 meter high Gehartsberg (mountain) and to the to the Karl-Lammerhuber panorama-point. Now, you can enjoy a magnificent view of Biberbach and the gentle rolling landscape with its many fruit trees and farms. The trail now slopes harshly downwards past the trading road "Kleeberg" back into the valley/ditch along the "Biberbach" (stream) from where you continue along the stream to the north along the L 6189. The trail branches off at the estate access "Großnagl" and leads past meadows and forest trails back up to the Wierkanthof (estate) "Wiesmühl".

Directions

Autobahn (highway) A1 exit Amstetten West - B1 direction Ybbs - at the 2. roundabout take the 2. exit  - B 121 - before you reach Kematen turn away following signs to Biberbach

Parking

Parking is available behind the Raiffeisenkass (bank) and the Gemeinde (city council) Biberbach, as well as at the Bauhof.

With the Westbahn (train) to the Haltestelle (train stop) Krenstetten-Biberbach  

More info/links

www.biberbach.gv.at

comfortable shoes

Author's tip

If you have arrived at the Karl-Lammerhuber-view and just deviate from the path, you can go up to the Wildmostheurigen (wild cider farm) Kronawetter, the first and only Wildmostheurigen (wild cider farm) in Austria. (www.wildheuriger.at) The farm/inn offers specialty from the wild, but also pork, as well as typical for Mostviertler (cider farms) drinks.