Route length 52 km, 3 hours
The cycling path starts at the entrance to the Ziller Valley and leads past Rotholz Castle, built in 1575, and the Mariä Heimsuchung am Brettfall pilgrimage church. Continue on to Kramsach, also known as the "Seendorf Tirols" for its many lakes. Kramsach is also home the most interesting Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses. A few kilometre’s further, another attraction awaits you - Austria’s smallest town. Rattenberg with its glass working tradition and many shops selling glassware is well worth a visit. The picturesque town of Kufstein with its striking fortress and stunning range of mountains, the Zahmer and Wilder Kaiser, never fails to impress. At the end of the route is the well-known cultural meeting point Erl with its festival hall.