Trip Style

Rolling hills


From 19th of May to 4th of October


Historical brine pipeline, E-bike cycling paradise, Austria’s largest inland lake

Price from

1030 EUR



What is an E-bike? How does it work? Why is it for me?


An electric bicycle, also known as an e-bike, is a bicycle with an integrated electric motor which can be used for propulsion. There are a great variety of different types of e-bikes available worldwide, from e-bikes that only have a small motor to assist the rider’s pedal-power (i.e. pedelecs) to somewhat more powerful e-bikes which tend closer to moped-style functionality: all, however, retain the ability to be pedalled by the rider and are therefore not electric motorcycles. E-bikes use rechargeable batteries and the lighter varieties can travel up to 25 to 32 km/h (16 to 20 mph), depending on the laws of the country in which they are sold, while the more high-powered varieties can often do over 45 km/h (28 mph).

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The cycle tours don’t have any technical difficulties, there are only very few ascents! Some physical fitness and stamina are necessary though as well as cycle equipment like trainers, rucksack, sun- and rain protection, comfortable sports cloths, jacket, jumper aso. The routes can easily be road on with trekking bikes – mostly they are asphalted cycle paths, a few stretches are gravel and forest paths. Should you want to spend a day more relaxingly, you can cover the stretch by public transport like,bus, train or boat.


***Please enquire directly with a sales agent on pricing for travel in 2020***


Day 1: Bad Ischl

Arrival in Bad Ischl. In our information centre located in Bad Ischl, you will get an informational report and your travel documents (Monday – Friday: 4pm – 6pm, Saturday and Sunday: 5pm – 6pm).
Overnight stay in Bad Ischl.

Day 2: Bad Ischl to Lake Attersee – 19km, difference in altitude +299 m / -289 m

Start from Bad Ischl in the direction of Ebensee, along the river Traun – in Mitterweißenbach you turn left into the valley Weißenbachtal. At first slightly uphill through shady forests passing the Weißenbachklamm gorge with a picturesque chapel. In the village Weißenbach you reach the Attersee and your accommodation. If you wish you can continue and circumvent the beautiful Lake Attersee (approx. 50km)
Overnight stay in Weißenbach.

Day 3: Weißenbach – Lake Mondsee – Lake Wolfgangsee ~42/48 km, altitude difference + 594 m / - 534 m

Cycle through the village Unterach via Loibichl to Lake Mondsee. In Mondsee don’t miss visiting the beautiful collegiate church. Along the right shore through St. Lorenz to Scharfling, turn right (short ascent to the Scharfling pass) past the Krottensee towards St.Gilgen, and further to Abersee.
Overnight stay at Lake Wolfgangsee

Day 4: Relaxing day at Lake Wolfgangsee

Enjoy your free time and the beautiful landscape around Lake Wolfgangsee.
Overnight stay at Lake Wolfgangsee

Day 5: Lake Wolfgangsee – Lake Traunsee – Bad Goisern ~76 km, altitude difference + 569 m / - 644 m

From Weißenbach by Strobl towards Bad Ischl. Through Bad Ischl and then along the cycle path to Ebensee – you have reached Lake Traunsee. Take the ferry to Gasthof Hoisn, below Mount Traunstein. Continue along the lake to Gmunden and Traunkirchen past Ebensee and finally back to Bad Ischl and further to Bad Goisern.

Overnight stay in Bad Goisern

Day 6: Lake Hallstaettersee to Bad Aussee – 27km, difference in altitude +535 m / -361 m

From Bad Goisern to lake Hallstaettersee – on the eastern lakeshore to Obertraun. We suggest a visit to the world heritage village of Hallstatt. In Winkel turn right towards Dachsteinhof, Brand, Reith, to the Koppenbrueller Cave – in the shady Koppental Valley you cycle to the Koppenretalm and after a steep incline up to the Koppenpass takes you to Bad Aussee.
Overnight stay in Bad Aussee

Day 7: Bad Aussee to Bad Ischl – 24km, difference in altitude +400 m / -575 m

From Bad Aussee to Altaussee, at the inn Gasthof Berndl branch off to the Blaa Alm. Continue on a gravelled road through the romantic Rettenbachtal valley back to Bad Ischl.

Overnight stay in Bad Ischl

Day 8: Departure

After breakfast we bid you farewell


  • 7 Nights in 3* hotel or pensions
  • 7 Breakfasts
  • Informational report in service center of Salzkammergut Touristik
  • Welcome drink in service center
  • Cycling map – Salzkammergut area and further information
  • Boat trip on lake Wolfgangsee (Fürberg to Ried) incl. bicycle
  • Boat trip on lake Traunsee (Ebensee to Gasthof Hoisn) incl. bicycle
  • Salzkammergut Souvenir
  • Daily cycle and break-down service from 9.00 – 19.00 (only for rented bikes)
  • Daily service hotline from 09.00 – 19.00
  • Luggage Transfer
  • 24/7 Customer Care
  • Flights/trains
  • Insurance
  • Drinks
  • Local tax is extra to pay on spot in each accommodation (from € 1,– to € 3,– per person/per night)
  • Transfer from/to airport
  • Extra night stays
  • Half board (add dinners)


Fly in/Fly out

Best airports is Salzburg Airport WA Mozart

Check train transfers below to choose the most convenient airport.

Salzburg Airport, 67 km west of Bad Ischl.
Daily direct flights:
Salzburg – Dublin (2.30hrs) – Ryanair
Salzburg – London (2.00 hrs) – Ryanair / Easyjet /British Airways
Salzburg – Bristol (2.10hrs) – Easyjet
Salzburg – Liverpool (2.15hrs) – Easyjet 
Vienna – Dublin (2.50hrs) – Aer Lingus
Vienna – London (2.15hrs – British Airways / Easyjet 
Linz – London (2.00hrs) – Ryanair


Daily Train from/to:
Vienna (3.35hrs)
Linz / Donau (1.47 hrs)
Salzburg (2.00 hrs)

Details on prices and time on the OBB website
Salzburg to Bad Ischl 1.35hrs
Linz / Donau to Bad Ischl 4.00hrs

View timetable: Postbus




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