Conquer the Gerlosstrasse by motorbike

Victory over six passes

Pure enjoyment of the landscape with six passes including crossing the Grossglockner High Alpine Road – the Gerlos circuit has it all! Approximately 420 kilometers and an approximate travel time of eight hours promise pure enjoyment of the countryside with a fantastic view and mostly wonderfully developed roads for wonderful biking pleasure. Conquer the Gerlosstrasse by motorbike – let’s go!

On the way to the Gerlos Pass

This extremely attractive motorbike tour starts at the Grossglockner and leads through the Fuscher Valley and the Pinzgauer Saalachtal in the direction of Tyrol over the attractive Thurn Pass. The big loop in St. Johann in Tirol takes you back to Salzburg with the Grießen Pass, Pass Luftenstein and Pass Strub as promising highlights. Back in St. Johann, tackle the Brixen Valley in the direction of Wörgl. Via Strass you turn into the Zillertal. Attention: The somewhat narrow Zillertaler Höhenstraße requires a little mountain experience! The Gerlos Alpenstraße with eleven wonderful kilometers is without question the highlight of this tour, before it finally goes back to the Großglockner via Mittersill and Bruck.

Sights along the Gerlos tour

Are you heading for the Gerlosstrasse by motorbike? Then we recommend the following stops along the Six Passes Tour:

  • Detour to the baroque pilgrimage church of Maria Kirchenthal near St. Martin near Lofer
  • Walk through the baroque core of St. Johann in Tirol
  • Krimml Waterfalls, the highest in all of Europe
  • WasserWelten Kaprun with waterfall center and aqua park

Your base camp for all activities on two wheels: the Edelweißspitze with inviting comfort rooms, chalets and a log cabin. We are happy to receive your request !

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