Relaxing route on paths partly closed to public traffic, medium ascents between Wörgl and Söll as well as Going and St. Johann. Numerous refreshment stops in the villages entice with hearty refreshments and good infrastructure. Connection to the Innradweg, Brixentalradweg, Leukentalradweg and Kalksteinrunde cycle routes. You start the tour in Wörgl at the Inn bridge and cycle via Kirchbichl/Bruckhäusl towards Söll. At the foot of the Großer and Kleiner Pölven you cycle via the district of Pirchmoos with the chapel of the same name directly into the centre of Söll. Follow the signs for the cycle trail through the districts of Gänsleit, Hauning and from Stockach along the Weißache towards Scheffau. You will reach the Scheffau district of Blaiken - where you can take a detour into the village - or continue through the subway to the valley station of the Brandstadlbahn Scheffau. With the Wilder Kaiser always in view to the side, you continue cycling along the Weißache past the Ellmau local history museum to Ellmau. Past the church and through the centre of Ellmau, the Alte Straße leads you to Going. At the Raiffeisenbank, take the subway to reach the Prama district. Follow the path to the bathing lake and continue a short way uphill to the district of Aschau. From here, the Römerweg leads via Römerhof at the foot of Ackerlspitze, Maukspitze and Niederkaiser to St. Johann in Tirol - the Kitzbüheler Horn always in view.