Motorbike tours in the Salzburg Alps
Impressive views & famous Alpine passes in the Salzburg region
Nothing says freedom on two wheels like riding a motorbike. Keen bikers will find everything they could possibly want in the Salzburg region, with unique mountain roads, spectacular natural landscapes and plenty of inviting stops along the way
The Salzburg district – a paradise for motorbikes
The Federal state of Salzburg surrounds the city of Mozart and offers everything you need for an outstanding holiday with your motorbike. The largest national park in the Alps, the highest waterfall in central Europe and breathtaking mountain pass roads are just some of the spectacular features on offer. And you couldn't ask for a better starting point than the Landgasthof Kirchbichl in Hallwang, near Salzburg. The guesthouse boasts a convenient location with easy access from all directions, practically on the doorstep of the most beautiful motorcycle tours and panoramic roads in the state.
Start out from the Landgasthof Kirchbichl
Our Landgasthof Kirchbichl is the perfect option for business guests with commitments in the city of Salzburg, but it's also ideally positioned for convenient access to the terrific range of motorbike tours on offer in the region. You and your machine can enjoy a great holiday together. We have everything you need, including secure locked garaging facilities for overnight stays, so you need do nothing more than look forward to many more trips throughout Salzburg.
Up into the mountains – a day trip or longer expedition
Just like hiking or cycling, the nature of your motorbike tour will be determined by the landscape. The lake scenery of the Salzburg region and the spectacular Salzkammergut offer plenty of hills and panoramic water views, while high mountain passes await you in the Berchtesgaden Alps and the High Tauern. The ride along the Grossglockner high-alpine road to the Kaiser Franz Josef Heights is an unmissable highlight of your visit to Salzburg. The High Tauern isn't exactly just around the corner, but the Grossglockner combines well with the Gerlos alpine road, especially if you add in a lap around the Watzmann and Hochkönig peaks.
All good things nearby – in the Salzkammergut
If you're less taken with high mountains than the magnificent natural landscapes of the Salzburg lake district, turn your handlebars and head on down to the Salzkammergut region. Your motorbike tour will combine well with a swim in one of the lakes or a visit to the imperial town of Bad Ischl. Hallstatt and the famous view of the Dachstein peak from the Gosausee lake are not too far out of your way, either.
15 panoramic routes to gladden your heart
Don't miss out on the spectacular adventures to be found on a motorbike tour of the high pass roads in the Alps. Motorcyclists have an unbelievable choice of 15 panoramic roads just waiting to be explored. The Filzmoser Hochalm, Gerlos Alpine road, Loferer Alm and of course the Grossglockner high-alpine road are just a few of the loveliest motorbike tours on offer in the region. Take a look at some of the best:
- Salzkammergut circuit – exploring the most beautiful lakes in Austria; great curves, thrilling passes
- Rossfeld high ring road – a quiet side road taking you to the Berchtesgaden district
- Postalm Salzkammergut tour – panoramic lake views and passes on a spectacular alpine plateau
- Border Views tour – the most beautiful scenery between Salzburg & Bavaria – pack your swimwear
- Hochkönig & Watzmann – plenty of curves and fantastic mountain scenery, through imposing passes
- German Alpine road – loads of history, breathtaking landscapes, wild mountains
- To the Loferer Alm – a magnificent high plateau near the German border
- Gerlos alpine road – take the Gerlos road towards Tyrol, makes a great two-day trip
- Grossglockner high-alpine road – the crown jewel of Salzburg motorcycle tours
The team at the Landgasthof Kirchbichl are at your service when you're planning your next visit and motorbike tour. The Zipperer family look forward to meeting you! Send us your obligation-free enquiry or give us a call on +43(0)662 6659 00.