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Day 01: Salzburg–Lake Wolfgangsee, approx. 45 kilometers
On your first cycling day, Before reaching the magnificent Lake Mondsee, continue cycling via Salzburg's Flachgau via Eugendorf to Thalgau along the majestic Drachenwand (dragon wall). Up at Scharfling, a spectacular vista of Lake Wolfgangsee opens up, from whence your bicycle trip descends quickly to Mozart's hometown of St. Gilgen. Depending on the accommodation chosen, the boat and ferry voyage occurs on either the second or third day of the cycling tour.
Day 02: Lake Wolfgangsee–Lake Traunsee, approx. 40 kilometers
Today you ride in the direction of Bad Ischl, a former summer palace of Emperor Franz Joseph that provides a wide range of culture, local and foreign delicacies, and history. Traunkirchen may be reached by bicycle through the Traun and Ebensee rivers.
Day 03- Lake Traunsee–Lake Attersee, approx. 40 kilometers
Comparable to a fjord, Lake Traunsee winds its way between Mount Traunstein and the Hollengebirge. Before continuing your bike trip along the Aurachtal valley in the direction of Lake Attersee after cycling to Gmunden, renowned for its ceramics plant and Castle Ort, we propose a stroll along the lakefront promenade.
Day 04: Lake Attersee–Lake Mondsee, approx. 35 kilometers
Follow the blue Lake Attersee to Unterach, arriving at Lake Mondsee after approximately 2 kilometers.
On this cycling path along the north bank to the settlement of Mondsee, you may explore the prehistoric stilt dwellings and sample some regional delicacies.
Day 05: Lake Mondsee–Salzburger Lake District, approx. 45 kilometers
The route of today's bicycle trip takes you through the beautiful environs of Lake Mondsee, via Lake Irrsee, and into the Salzburger Lake District. Do you like beer? We suggest visiting the Trumer beer brewery.
Day 06- Salzburger Lake District–Salzburg, approx. 45 kilometers
Before riding back to Salzburg, take one more look at the spectacular Salzkammergut mountain range from one of the numerous picturesque places along the Salzburger Lake route that are suitable for a dip.