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Up the hill, down to the valley - 2 days bike-tour Day 1

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Teljes táv: 22 km
Össz. emelkedő:  290 m
Össz. lejtő: -290 m
Magasság max.: 306 m
Magasság min.: 165 m

Day 1: Mountain tour

Hiking trail: Lenti forest railway station - Lenti-Rédics cycle path - Rédics - Lendvakecskés - Lendvadedes - Gosztola - Lentihegy - Lenti

Type of tour: Bicycle tour connected to the forest railway
Length of tour: 22 km
Recommended period: from early spring to late autumn.

Cycling is started from the forest railway station Lenti. Starting from Csömodér, we will reach the Lenti forest railway station after 50 minutes. With cycling, the program moves between 5-7 hours depending on the starting point.


Lenti - End of the forest railroad

At the train station of Lenti you will find a museum of life in the forests of Göcsej, in the forest-related activities. We turn north from the station building and reach Kossuth Street, west direction on the bicycle road towards Rédics.


The settlement, 7 kms from Lent, is one of the busiest crossings of the Slovenian-Hungarian border. At the village signboard, turn south. At the end of Petőfi street there is the country house. (Warning, this is a little detour!) A road goes to the Lendvkecskés (75156), which slowly climbs up the hills.

Lendvadedes Lake

Lake Lendvadedes is an artificial reservoir formed by the valley of the Liponyak brook. The lake is a hiking destination for nature lovers.


From the bicycle road to the east turn to Gosztola towards the red sign. The village lies in the hiding place of the hilltops surrounding Lenti.

Lenti Mountain

The "Lentihegy", which is part of the Lenti town, originally provided the vineyard tasks typical of Zala settlements. However, with the establishment of a thermal spa, the area just 3 km from the beach is a resting area.

On the paved asphalt road we continue our way to Lenti, where we reach the Bánffy Street from Petőfi Sándor Street, turn to western direction. Soon we will arrive to the train station.

Up the hill, down to the valley