Arrival to Salzburg - the culturally rich city of Mozart. Take enough time for a stroll through the old part of the city and visit the Mozart´s Birthplace. Your bikes are available in the booked hotel.
Follow the course of the river Salzach. Soon you will reach Hallein. There you can visit the salt mines, which are disused since 1989. The romantic “Bluntautal” is worth a visit, too. In today´s destination Gollling you should allow plenty of time to visit the remarkable waterfall.Then cycle to Werfen. There you will see the castle “Hohenwerfen”. The well-known ice caves are worth a visit. In Bischofshofen you can admire the ski jump, where every year the final of the Four Hills Tournament is held.
In St. Johann you will see the well-known “Lichtensteinklamm”, a huge spectacle with 50 m high waterfall at the end of the gorge. You will soon reach Bruck and the entrance to the „Großglocknerstraße“ (High Alpine Road). From the beginning of July there are buses to the 3.797 m high Großglockner, Austria´s highest mountain, which stops at “Franz-Josephs-Höhe”. The sportive bikers have the opportunity to cycle around Lake Zeller (Zeller See) and the cozy cyclists can use it as a refreshing dip. Enjoy the rest of the day with an evening stroll along the esplanade.
After cycling through “Maria Alm” with its famous pilgrimage church you will reach Saalfelden, where you can enjoy your lunch break. Other highlights on your way to Lofer are the “Seisenbergklamm” and “Lamprechtshöhle” near Weißbach.
Auf Ihrer heutigen Etappe radeln Sie stets im beschaulichen Saalachtal. Bad Reichenhall im kleinen deutschen Eck wird Sie mit bayerischem Flair verzaubern. Nur mehr ein kurzes Stück und Sie haben mit der Mozartstadt Salzburg Ihr Ziel erreicht. Das kulturell reiche Angebot wird Sie begeistern. Sie sollten genug Zeit für einen Altstadtbummel und einem Besuch des Mozart Geburtshauses einplanen. Nachmittags erfolgt die Heimreise. Gerne buchen wir einen Verlängerungsaufenthalt.
On your last day you will cycle through the quiet „Saalachtal“ back to Salzburg. The Bavarian Bad Reichenhall in the small German Angle will enchant you with a Bavarian flair. After cycling a short distance, you will have reached Salzburg again. You should plan enough time for a stroll through the old town and a visit at Mozart's birthplace. Return home in the afternoon. We are happy to book an extension stay for you.
The Tauern bike path is continuously and detailed signposted. The route leads through quiet and paved paths and country roads. Partly you will have to cycle on more travelled routes. A few short stages you have to manage on unpaved paths. The quality of the trail can be described broadly as very good. An ascending slope is sometimes present in this variant and therefore you should have some base condition.
| Season 1 |
24.04.2021 - 06.05.2021
27.09.2021 - 09.10.2021
| Season 2 |
07.05.2021 - 17.06.2021
06.09.2021 - 26.09.2021
| Season 3 |
18.06.2021 - 05.09.2021
|Tauern round trip short tour 5 days, arrival Salzburg, AT-TARTR-05X|
|Base price|| |
|Surcharge half board||99.00||99.00||99.00|
|Surcharge single room||89.00||89.00||89.00|
| Season 1 |
Apr 24, 2021 - May 6, 2021
Sep 27, 2021 - Oct 9, 2021
| Season 2 |
May 7, 2021 - Jun 17, 2021
Sep 6, 2021 - Sep 26, 2021
| Season 3 |
Jun 18, 2021 - Sep 5, 2021
|Double room p. P.||69.00||69.00||69.00|
|Zell am See|
|Double room p. P.||79.00||79.00||79.00|
- Overnight stays in hotels and typical guesthouses 3* and 4* category
- Daily breakfast from buffet
- If half board is booked: daily 3-course evening menu
- Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel l
- 7-day service hotline
- Well planned route
- Route description with card material
- If bike rental: Rental bike insurance included
Arrival / Parking / Departure:
- Trainstation Salzburg.
- Nearest airports: Salzburg, Innsbruck or Munich
- Parking in Salzburg: 9 € per day in category B (hotel parking place; no reservation possible and necessary). Always to be paid on spot.
- The local city tax isn´t included in the price and has to be paid on spot.