Conquering the Gerlos by motorbike
Triumphant ride across six mountain passes
Unhindered scenic enjoyment with six mountain passes including crossing the Grossglockner High Alpine Road – the Gerlosrunde is quite a handful! Around 420 km and an approximate riding time of eight hours promise astonishing panoramas with gorgeous clear views and mostly good road conditions for biking fulfilment. Conquer the Gerlos by motorbike – let’s go!
Going to the Gerlos mountain pass
This particularly beautiful motorbike tour starts at the Grossglockner and leads through the Fuscher Tal and the Pinzgauer Saalachtal to Tyrol crossing the attractive Pass Thurn. The round trip in St. Johann in Tirol leads back to Salzburg, with the Griessenpass, Pass Luftenstein and Pass Strub serving as highlights with astonishing views. Arriving back in St. Johann, you can tackle the Brixener Tal going to Wörgl. Turn into the Zillertal after Strass. Please note that the slightly narrower Zillertaler Höhenstrasse requires experience of biking in the mountains! Without a doubt, the Gerlos Alpine Road with eleven divine kilometres is the highlight of this tour before going back to the Grossglockner pass via Mittersill and Bruck.
Sights along the Gerlos tour
You’re riding your motorbike to the Gerlos? We recommend the following stops along the six-pass tour:
- Detour to the baroque pilgrimage church Maria Kirchental near St. Martin bei Lofer
- Walk through the baroque centre of St. Johann in Tirol
- Krimml Waterfalls, Europe’s tallest falls
- WasserWelten Kaprun with waterfall centre and Aquapark
Your base camp for all two-wheeled tours: the Edelweissspitze with its inviting and cosy rooms, chalets and a log cabin. We are looking forward to receiving your enquiry!