Landler Trail #9 is a bit more challenging as the walking time is about 2 hours and the gradient is about easy to medium steep. The trail is still suitable for families, but sturdy shoes should be used. There are always places to sit down and have a short rest.
Distance 7.6 km
Highest point608 m
Lowest point516 m
You start from the swimming pond to the right. After a small department store you turn right. One goes down again over the Wieden into the village, then in the direction of Lainbach and then turns into the path back over the Wieden.
The swimming pond Landl invites you to swim and relax!
A proper backpack packing makes many things easier: Pack heavy things first. The water bottle should always be handy in a side pocket. All things that are often needed like sunglasses, camera or hiking map belong on top. An emergency equipment including blister plasters belongs in every backpack and a clothing according to the "onion system" is always recommended!
From the starting point you start to the right along the main road, past the Mooswirt inn. On the right side of the street is a yellow department store, after this you turn right. Follow the path and turn right at the next two forks. The path continues past houses and farms. At the end of the path there is a fork where you go down to the right on a gravel path. At the bottom, turn right at the next fork and left at the next but one. Follow the path further until the path leads down. Just before the path leads down, turn left into a street. Continue along the path, passing a small chapel. Just before a house entrance, a gravel path leads off to the left next to a fence. Follow this path and later you will come back to the path you came down before. Now you go up this path again. When you reach the top, turn left and walk back along the path. When the path goes down again, turn left at the two crossroads and then left again on the main road back to the pond. The walking time of this path is about 2 hours.
all notes on protected areas
Vienna: A1 to Ybbs, B 25 direction Wieselburg-Scheibbs-Göstling-Palfau-Gams-Landl
Salzburg: A 10 to exit Altenmarkt, on the B 320 direction Schladming to Liezen, then on the B 146 direction Admont, through the Gesäuse to Hieflau, left Landl
Graz: A 9 to exit Traboch, onto the B 115 in the direction of Eisenerz-Hieflau-Landl
Linz: A 1 to exit Enns, over the B 309 to Steyer, there on the B 25 direction Weyer-Altenmarkt- Großreifling - Landl
At the Landl bathing complex
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Comfortable sturdy and broken-in shoes, as well as hiking rucksack with appropriate contents (water bottle, first aid, hiking map, sun protection, snack, etc.). You should also be well prepared for a change of weather.