The Kamp-Thaya-March bike route is one of the most beautiful long-distance bike routes in Austria.
This attractive route in the north-east of Lower Austria is approximately 420 km long. Starting off in Krems an der Donau, it follows the course of three rivers, the Kamp, the Thaya and the March. Far from mass tourism and the main roads, it continues across the gentle hills of the Weinviertel to the dreamy meadow countryside beside the March and on to Vienna.
Tip: Plan on a week or longer for this tour.
Total length: 422 km
The western half of the Kamp-Thaya-March bike route takes you through some of the most beautiful parts of the Waldviertel. It is fairly hilly throughout with a number of ascents and descents, mostly short .
The “Kloster” (monastery) bike route between Geras and Horn/Altenburg is signposted throughout enabling the cyclist to extend the Kamp-Thaya-March route into an approximately 250 km round trip of the Waldviertel.
For further information see: www.ktm-radweg.at.