Day 1: Arrival
Individual arrival in 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 at the hotel.
Day 2: Salzburg – Golling (22 miles/35 km)
Follow the course of the river Salzach. Soon you will reach Hallein. There you can visit the salt mines, which haven't been in use since 1989. The romantic "Bluntautal" is worth a visit, too. At today's destination, Golling, you should allow plenty of time to visit the remarkable waterfall.
Overnight in Golling
Day 3: Golling – St. Johann im Pongau (22 miles/35 km)
Today you cycle first 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 50m high waterfall at the end of the gorge.
Overnight in St. Johann im Pongau
Day 4: St. Johann im Pongau – Zell am See (28 miles/45 km)
You will soon reach Bruck and the entrance to the "Großglocknerstraße" (High Alpine Road). From the beginning of July, there are buses up to the 3,797m high Großglockner, Austria's highest mountain. The bus stops at "Franz-Josephs-Höhe." Continue on to the scenic and historic resort town of Zell am See. Energetic bikers have the opportunity to cycle around Lake Zell (Zeller See), or you can use it as a refreshing dip.
Overnight in Zell am See
Day 5: Zell am See – Krimml – Zell am See (41 miles/65 km)
After breakfast you'll take the "Pinzgaubahn" to Krimml and visit the largest waterfalls in Europe. On a well-designed trail you can admire this natural spectacle. While cycling through the "National Park Hohe Tauern" and the so-called "Oberpinzgau," you will see the snow-capped 3,000 m high mountains all the time.
Overnight in Zell am See
Day 6: Zell am See – Lofer (31 miles/50 km)
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 "Lamprechtshöhe" near Weißbach.
Overnight in Lofer
Day 7: Lofer – Salzburg (31 miles/50 km)
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, the starting point of your tour, again. In the evening you can enjoy a culinary dinner and review the impressions and experiences you had on your bike trip.
Overnight in Salzburg
Day 8: Departure
Departure from Salzburg.