After accessing the river, the tour starts comfortably and you can easily stay in the middle. After approximately 200 m, you reach the inlet to the Mandlingpass where you encounter a 150 m-long train of waves. Here it is best to keep on the right side as the inlet is blocked on the left side. Afterwards you can change back to the middle of the stream and stay there for about 150 m until the next eddy, which is best to pass on the left side. Directly after that you approach a short standing wave, which is immediately followed by a white-water hole at the mouth of the Mandlingbach stream, which you should drive through with sufficient momentum. Should you prefer to pass this section in a completely relaxed way, you can also rush past the hole on the right side. After the Mandlingbach stream, large eddies on the right river bank await to be mastered by you. As soon as you’ve conquered them, the Enns takes a turn to the left, where obstructions block your way and which should be circumnavigated on the left side. CAUTION: Here, a large rock, which has already caused many experienced paddlers to be keeled over, is looming in the middle of the stream. Having passed these obstructions, you go on at a brisk pace through white-water 1-2 with a few clearly visible obstacles until you reach Gleiming. Shortly before Gleiming, under a concrete road bridge, the Forstaubach stream flows into the river Enns. Here you should keep to the right to safely avoid the pier of the following wooden bridge. Directly after this wooden bridge, a low drop is coming towards you, but with a few courageous paddle strokes you’ll easily master it. Access The access to the river in Mandling is located on the left bank, next to a field path and opposite the factory at the fire brigade’s suction point. Exit The exit in Schladming is on the right bank, underneath the bridge of the federal road B320.