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  • Ausblick am Guggenberg
    Ausblick am Guggenberg
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The Guggenberg is a wonderfully pleasant mountain to the west of Hermagor. The route leads along asphalt roads, gravel roads and short passages along a forest road.

It is known for its magnificent views far over the Gailtal and reveals a unique panorama of the Carnic Alps. Especially the trail down to Jenig offers a lot of riding fun for everyone, because the route is easy to ride and all you need for safe riding is a solid riding technique.

The tour is also suitable for e-bikes.

Bike rental directly at the starting point!

The tour is signposted HP1.

Distance 30.9 km
3:00 h
715 m
716 m
1,235 m
578 m
Starting in Tröpolach (lower terminus Millennium Express), on the cycling track all the way to Jenig and from there uphill to the Hohnen Schaar onto the Guggenberg road (highest point 1229m). A beautiful downhill ride on a tarmac road rewards with a view across the Carnic Alps.

Author’s recommendation

You don't have to stop at the Guggenberg and enjoy the wonderful view! 
Highest point
1,235 m
Lowest point
578 m
Best time of year

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Rest stops

Diverse Cafe's in Hermagor
Gasthof-Pension Durnthaler
Pizzeria Vinissiomo, Hermagor

Safety information

  • When the line is closed - absolute driving ban!
  • Always drive on half sight.
  • Always adjust your speed so that you can stop in time before obstacles or avoid oncoming traffic
  • Watch out for pedestrians and hikers and drive slowly past
  • Driving on the track with motorcycles will be reported without exception.
  • The use of the bicycle routes is at your own risk.
  • In the forest, especially camping, camping in the dark, making fires, disturbing game or entering forest cultures under 3 m tree height are prohibited by law.
  • Check your sports equipment regularly and wear a helmet
  • Only the use of the approved, marked routes is permitted.
  • Never leave the marked path
  • We ask for consideration for the environment.
  • Avoid noise and pollution.
  • Restrict driving in the twilight to protect wild animals.
  • Observe the road traffic regulations and provide first aid if necessary.
  • Please always close gates and gates.
  • Caution during forestry work!Correct self-assessmentStart in time and plan for reserves
  • Leave higher altitudes in bad weather
  • Make sure that you can get through safely if there are impassable stretches of road.
  • If you do not feel safe, turn back soon enough
  • For a safe cooperation please follow the Fair Play rules (Link) Emergency call: (+43 4282)112

Tips and hints

Sights along the tour:

- Beautiful view - magnificent mountain panorama

- St. Ulrich Chapel Guggenberg


Tröpolach - Lower Terminus Millennium Express (613 m)
46.611401, 13.280081
46°36'41.0"N 13°16'48.3"E
33T 368298 5163418


Guggenberg - Hermagor

Turn-by-turn directions

KM 0.3 Turn right towards Nassfeld B90

KM 0.4 turn left and follow the B90

KM 1.2 Change to the cycle path on the right of the B90

KM 1.7 Turn right and follow the R3 cycle path

KM 7.9 Turn left over the Gail bridge and follow the R3a cycle path towards Hermagor

KM 9.5 straight on and along cycle path R3b into the centre of Hermagor

KM 9.8 Roundabout - straight on R3b

KM 10.1 Turn left - continue on R3b

KM 10.2 Turn right - continue on R3b

KM 10.7 Turn left and, after a few metres, turn right onto the main road towards Guggenberg

KM 12.5 Keep right - continue along the main road

KM 12.7 Bear left - continue along the main road

KM 15.8 Beautiful view of the Guggenberg

KM 17.3 Highest point: turn left onto gravel road

KM 18.5 Turn right towards Kreuth

KM 18.8 Keep left - continue downhill

KM 19.7 Straight on downhill

KM 20.8 Turn right towards Jenig

KM 22.9 Straight ahead towards Jenig

KM 25.1 Straight ahead, cross the main road

KM 25.8 After the bridge turn left onto the R3 cycle path

KM 26.4 Keep right

KM 26.8 Turn left and follow the road

KM 28.5 Turn right towards the Millennium Express valley station


all notes on protected areas

Getting there

from Western Austria and Germany

A10 Tauernautobahn via Tauern- and Katschbergtunnel (toll) until exit Feistritz/ Drau, continue in direction Hermagor via Windische Höhe, through Hermagor ... further see above

or: alternatively, take the A10 to the Villach junction, continue on the A2 south motorway towards Italy, exit Hermagor/Gailtal to Hermagor ... further see above,

or: Motorway via Rosenheim, Kufstein (A12 Inntal motorway, exit Kufstein Süd), Felbertauern tunnel (toll) to Lienz, Gailbergsattel, Kötschach-Mauthen, direction Hermagor until the Nassfeld junction ... further see above (distance Munich - Nassfeld: 298 km)

from Eastern Austria

A2 south motorway to exit Hermagor / Gailtal, continue to Hermagor and direction Kötschach-Mauthen, junction Nassfeld, Nassfeld main road to the Nassfeld (distance Vienna - Nassfeld: 420 km)

from Italy

Take the motorway to Udine and continue towards Austria, exit at Pontebba, through the village of Pontebba take the Italian pass road to the Nassfeld (Passo di Pramollo) (distance Udine - Nassfeld: 85 km)


Autostrada Udine - Tarvisio - exit Hermagor/Gailtal. Continue to Hermagor and direction Kötschach/Mauthen


Public parking spaces are available directly at the starting point.

Millennium Express valley station


46.611401, 13.280081
46°36'41.0"N 13°16'48.3"E
33T 368298 5163418
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike


  • Helmet duty!!!!!!
  • Right clothing: Do not only adapt your clothing to the current weather conditions.
  • Also pack warm clothing, a spare jersey and rain protection in summer, especially in the early and late seasons.
  • Emergency equipment: bandages, repair kit (spare hose, pump, tools), map, mobile phone and possibly GPS
  • ATTENTION: In the mountains reception is not guaranteed everywhere!
  • Take enough to drink with you and plan a stopover in good time

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30.9 km
3:00 h
715 m
716 m
Highest point
1,235 m
Lowest point
578 m
Circular route Refreshment stops available Scenic


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