In the big eddy at a very picturesque sandbank, directly at the mouth of the Gulling stream, you start the last, but longest stage of the Enns river tour. At the beginning, you start downstream in a relaxed way towards Liezen. In this section, the Enns flows quite linearly through natural grasslands and forests. There are almost no obstacles or difficult spots (flowing water, class 1-2).
However, you should always be attentive and look out for branches or trees hanging in the water. After an enjoyable ride of approximately an hour you reach Liezen, underneath the Selzthaler road bridge. This is the end of the first section and it is the perfect location to stock up on provisions, because the many shops of the town of Liezen are reachable in only 10 minutes on foot.
Between Wörschach and Aigen, directly after the bridge of the Enns cycling path, there is a narrow road leading alongside the right side of the river for approximately 100 m. Then you arrive at a gravel car park at the mouth of the Gulling stream, where you can easily access the Enns.
- after 21 km: Ardning - Frauenberg (bridge of the Glasbachweg path), bus stop at the bridge
- after 27 km: Admont, on the left side after the road bridge, by the Eßlingbach stream
- after 34 km: Laufer Bridge in Krumau – here you have to exit the river at all costs