Without ascents that are too steep, the paths lead through varied landscapes: through vineyards and forests and across wide plains, steppes and colorful meadows.
If you want to cross Burgenland from north to south on foot: The new long-distance “Bernstein (amber) hiking Trail” winds its way across the whole region over about 370 km. Or you can try the alpannonia® long-distance hiking trail, which leads from the foothills of the Alps to the Pannonian Plain and always offers impressive panoramic views.
The many nature parks await hikers with exciting themed trails, such as the wine route hike in the Pinkatal valley in southern Burgenland. The Apple Trail tempts in the hilly Neuhauser region and along the Leitha Mountains in the north is the enchanting Cherry Blossom Trail.
Whether hilly in the south or on the broad plain in the east, the sun is almost always part of the Burgenland landscape. No wonder, with 300 days of sunshine throughout the year.