Tour information and bike handover. If you arrive at Trumer Lake District, the day tours below will be postponed accordingly. The tour then starts with the route described on the 3rd day and finally leads back to the Trumer Lakes District via Salzburg. If you arrive early, you may take a city tour of Mozart's city and visit Mozart's house.
You cycle along the Salzach to Oberndorf, the birthplace of the Christmas carol “Silent Night”. A little further and you can visit the Silent Night Museum in Arnsdorf. After a flying visit to the Benedictine abbey in Michaelbeuern, the path leads to the Trumer Lake District (Lake Obertrumersee, Lake Mattsee, Lake Grabensee) and partly to the Lake Wallersee. A shorter variant to your stage destination is also possible.
Through the nature reserve of the Egelseen lakes you reach Schleedorf and on to the idyllic Lake Irrsee, which with the surrounding moors offers a habitat for many endangered animal and plant species. Visit the Mondseer Rauchhaus open-air museum, which is a vivid monument to old farming life. Overnight stay in Mondsee on the lake of the same name.
If you arrive in July and August, a boat trip across the Lake Mondsee and the Lake Attersee to Weyregg awaits you. Outside of this time, the route is cycled and leads along the Lake Attersee and through the Aurachtal to the Lake Traunsee. Visit the ceramics factory in Gmunden, where every piece has been handmade since 1492. Also worth seeing is the small but fine wheel museum in Altmünster and the Fischerkanzel, a masterpiece of wood carving in the parish church in Traunkirchen.
Today you take the train from Lake Traunsee up to Obertraun on Lake Hallstatt. Marvel at the spectacular ice sculptures in the Dachstein ice cave on the Krippenstein before you cycle along the lake to Hallstatt, the "most beautiful lake town in the world". It is also worth taking the ride on the Salzbergbahn up to the Salzwelten Hallstatt (oldest salt mine) with a skywalk and a spectacular view of the lake. The stage destination is Bad Goisern or one of the neighboring towns.
Today is packed with highlights. Bad Ischl attracts visitors with its Imperial Park, Imperial Villa and Sisi's Tea House. You roll along the Ischler Ache to the Lake Wolfgangsee. In St. Wolfgang, a visit to the Weißer Rössl is a must. The cog railway takes you up to the Schafberg with an incomparable panoramic view and then on to St. Gilgen, the "Mozart village on Lake Wolfgangsee".
Marvel at the deep blue Lake Fuschlsee before you reach the crystal-clear Hintersee through the Tiefbrunnau, which invites you to swim. Through the Strubklamm you reach the Wiestal with its long reservoir and pass the Glasenbachklamm into the Salzach Valley. Just before Salzburg it is worth visiting Hellbrunn Palace with its imposing park, the famous trick fountains and the zoo. The destination of your day's stage is the festival and Mozart city of Salzburg with its numerous sights.
Time flew by. We would be happy to book you an extension in beautiful Salzburg.
Prices / Dates
Services / Infos
- Accommodation incl. breakfast
- Room with shower/bath/WC
- Luggage transport
- Map of bike trails with marked route
- Digital route guidance via smartphone app for almost all journeys
- Tips for tour preparation
- Touristic information
- 7 days hotline service
- 1 boat trip on Lake Attersee incl. bike for arrivals in July and August
- 1 train ride Traunsee - Hallstätter See incl. bike
Below you will find specific information about the 10 lakes tour and surroundings. If you have further questions about this trip, you simply call us: Phone: 06421 – 886890.
Salzburg is easy to reach from Germany by train. The best way to get to our partner hotels in Salzburg from the train station is by taking a short taxi ride.
Current timetable information and price information can be found at www.bahn.de or www.oebb.at
There are parking spaces for about 10 - 20 € / day and public garages for about 95 € / week, both payable on site, no advance reservations possible).
Arrival Trumer See:
There are parking spaces for 10 € / day, payable on site, no pre-reservation possible.
You will receive detailed information about the parking facilities at the hotel booked for you with the detailed travel documents two weeks before the start of the trip.
Not fully developed cycle paths, mostly the guests cycle on side roads with little traffic, freight roads or cycle paths, but sometimes also on federal roads. (approx. 70% bike paths).
If ships and trains are included, parts of federal roads and gradients can be bypassed. The bike path is not recommended for children. From the Traunsee to the Attersee, a few small inclines have to be overcome. Shortcuts" with the ships can be made on the Traunsee and Attersee.
You can choose between either 7-speed unisex bikes with hub gears and coaster brake or 21-speed ladies' or men's bikes with derailleur gears and freewheel as well as electric bikes (unisex).
Helmets are compulsory for children up to the age of 12 in Austria!
A possibly resulting tourist tax is not part of the travel price and therefore it has to be paid locally in the hotel.
Just in case the bike chain breaks, flooding makes it impossible to continue your tour or any other nasty surprise: You can reach us seven days a week and we will do anything to help you as fast as possible.
For EU citizens, there are no special passport or visa requirements and no health formalities to be considered for this trip.
The tour price already includes the statutory insolvency insurance. In addition, we recommend that you take out travel cancellation insurance upon receipt of your travel confirmation in order to protect yourself against financial disadvantages in the event of travel cancellation, interruption of travel, illness or accident.