Day 1: Krimml
In Krimml you find the largest waterfall in Europe. On a well-designed trail you can admire this natural spectacle. Your bikes will be available at the booked accommodation.
Overnight in Krimml
Day 2: Krimml – Zell am See (37 miles/60 km)
Your tour goes through the National Park Hohe Tauern and Oberpinzgau, where you will constantly see snow-covered mountains with an altitude of 3,000 metres. On this trail you will have a fabulous backdrop of lush green meadows and small villages. In Kaprun you can visit the high-mountain reservoir, Hochgebirgsstauseen.
Overnight in Zell am See
Day 3: Zell am See – Lofer (31 miles/50 km)
At "Zeller See" (Lake Zeller) you can take a refreshing bath or, if you are a very active cyclist, you can cycle an extra round. You will cycle through Maria Alm with its famous pilgrimage church. On the lunch break you can enjoy Saalfelden. Other highlights on your way to Lofer are the Seisenbergklamm and Lamprechtshöhe near Weißenbach.
Overnight in Lofer.
Day 4: Lofer – Salzburg (31 miles/50 km)
Today will lead you mostly through the Saalachtal. Bad Reichenhall in the "small German angle" will enchant you with Bavarian flair. After a short distance, you will have reached Salzburg, the city of Mozart. You should allow yourself enough extra time for a stroll through the city and a visit to Mozart´s birth house.
Overnight in Salzburg
Day 5: Salzburg – Burghausen (37 miles/60 km)
You will leave Salzburg and its Alps. On this route you are cycling through the foothills of the Alps. The "Tauern" ends in Tittmoning and from here you have to follow the trail along the Lower Inn before you will reach your destination Burghausen. It is a magnificent old town and has the largest castle complex in Central Europe.
Overnight in Burghausen
Day 6: Burghausen – Obernberg am Inn/Bad Füssing (31 miles/50 km)
Today you cycle along the river Inn up to Braunau. This town is perfect for taking a lunch break. On your way you will likely see numerous bird colonies. From here you can follow the bike path on the Bavarian or Austrian side. Your destination Obernberg has a well-known marketplace with Baroque buildings.
Overnight in Obernberg am Inn
Day 7: Obernberg am Inn/Bad Füssing – Passau (27 miles/40 km)
You will soon reach Stift Reichersberg, which is worth a visit. On your route along the Inn River you will cycle through small towns like Schärding. At its Baroque market square you can take a break. Not far and you will have reached the final destination of this beautiful bike trip: Passau. The three-river city has much to offer. In the cathedral of Passau you will see the largest church organ in the world. A river-cruise would certainly be a grand finale of this wonderful bike ride.
Overnight in Passau
Day 8: Depart
Depart after breakfast or extend your trip with additional nights to fully discover Passau.