Starting from Trautenfels, the Enns offers wonderful, moderate currents and guarantees you moments of pure joy on the water. From the mouth of the Grimmingbach stream you paddle on towards Stainach until you reach the Sallaberg bridge, where great eddies and gravel banks will delight every paddler. Should you wish to visit Stainach, you’ll find the best spot to land here. After the mouth of the Grimmingbach stream you paddle through the beautiful Enns meadow until you reach Wörschach with its two possibilities for landing, from where you can also reach the train station in Wörschach. The first possible spot to land is located directly underneath the road bridge and the second possibility is 100 m downstream in a picturesque bay. Here you also have parking possibilities. The fourth stage of the Enns tour ends here. Access The access to the fourth stage is to be found on the right river bank, underneath the bridge next to the football pitch in Stein An Der Enns. On the left side of the river you have parking possibilities. Exit 1 If you want to go back by train, it is best to end the fourth stage on the right side, underneath the road bridge in Wörschach. From there you can reach the train station in approximately 150 m. Exit 2 For those who have planned a transfer with a car or taxi, there is another exit approximately 100 m after the bridge on the right side, directly after the mouth of the Gulling stream at the prominent sandbank.