Starting from Bad Häring, the tour leads along the main road, Schönauer Straße, southwest towards Wörgl. From the Hotel Panorama Royal, the tour goes steeply downhill on the Gasteigstraße. At the first crossing turn left into Anzensteinstraße, after another 350 m turn right into Badweg (at the level of the car repair shop). Turn left again into Hans Neuner Straße until you reach Loferer Straße, which you cross to reach cycle path 14 at the Brixentaler Ache. Follow the gravel cycle path into the valley - always along the Ache - through the village of Bruckhäusl. The route now follows the Loferer Bundesstraße for about 200 m, before turning left uphill to Oberluechhof. The more than 500-year-old farm on the Roman road knows how to inspire in itself. It is also worth making a detour to Helene Mayr's bridal and costume shop at the farm.
Continue along the Römerweg, always full of views above the valley floor and past beautifully decorated farms, to the Mühltal district of Itter, where you can stop for refreshments at the traditional Gasthof Rösslwirt before continuing on cycle path No. 14 towards Söll past the brand new Salvista cable car in Itter.
Immediately after the Itter cable car, you cycle through the subway past Ager Speck and along the Luecher Bach, in the Steinerbach district. At the "Ledererbauer" (opposite is the Denggenhof) you turn left and immediately right again, passing beautiful meadows until you reach the Pirchmooser chapel built in 1896 and shortly after that downhill through the district of the same name to the centre of Söll. This is the best place to enjoy a well-deserved break and culinary refreshment in one of the cosy restaurants. The tour continues past the fire brigade through the district of Gänsleit. After the subway you follow the Stampfangerbach stream until you reach the crossing with the Eibergradweg Nr. 28. Follow this, the Hohe Salve always behind you, past the Eiberg quarry and cement works to Egerbach.
There you leave the Eibergradweg nr. 28 shortly after the crossing at the timber construction Lengauer-Stockner by going straight on to Schwoich instead of turning right. A short steep climb leads past the Schwoich district of Ried and the Schellhorn riding school to a long crossroads. There you take the turnoff diagonally left over the gravelled footpath and cycle path along a small stream. Turn left at the football field and then directly right again, passing the Schwoich banana lake. A cooling off is of course highly recommended there! Shortly after Sonnendorf - where you might want to make a detour to the Craftbeer Brewery Bierol - the cycle route takes you left along quiet side roads through Aufing, until in Habring you turn diagonally right through rustic farmsteads onto the country road for a short stretch. Follow this road back to the centre of Bad Häring.