Racing Bike Region Salzburgerland - Salzkammergut

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Hotels in the region

Rennrad & Triathlon Hotel Mohrenwirt

Rennrad & Triathlon Hotel Mohrenwirt ****

Salzburger Land, Austria

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Roadbike highlights

  • 5 top racing biking destinations: Eugendorf and some villages around the city of Salzburg, Fuschlsee, Mondseeland, Attersee, Salzburg Lake District
  • 43 Tours on the website &
  • Optimum training conditions for triathletes

Roadbike holidays in Racing Bike Region Salzburgerland - Salzkammergut

Bike season

March - October

A moderate climate in all seasons, with highest temperatures of just below 30° in the height of summer.

“Our home area is the most beautiful”
That’s what locals in the racing biking region of SalzburgerLand – Salzkammergut say about the area. There is a rich variety of roads and cycle tracks snaking between lakes, steep mountains, and gentler hills, and 15 professional racing biking businesses, ranging from family run private Bed & Breakfasts through to 4 star superior hotels offering the highest level of racing biking expertise.

The perfect place for a racing biking holiday
Merging the Lake Mondsee Region, Lake Atter, Lake Fuschlsee, Salzburg Lake District, Eugendorf as well as some locations surrounding the town of Salzburg into the Racing Cycle Region SalzburgerLand – Salzkammergut, only a few kilometres away from Salzburg, has created a top racing cycle destination. The network of 6000 km for racing bikers and mountain bikers is perfect, whatever your demands and training aims might be. Perhaps a 200 km tour with more than 3500 sweat inducing vertical metres, a challenging tour at the foot of the Dachstein, or a family ride on the flat along the Tauern or Mozart cycle tracks.

Racing biking in the region: a diversity of tours
But Upper Austria also offers racing cyclists a wide range of diverse tours far beyond the Salzkammergut. Whether between the Bohemian Forest, the Danube or the Alps, racing cyclists have always one clear advantage: the tours lead along routes away from the main roads and yet they are perfectly integrated in the road network. From the simple tour for beginners to crisp rides across pass roads, every level of difficulty can be found here.

 Racing biking holidays: optimum training conditions for triathletes
The many drinking water quality lakes are, depending on weather conditions, are enticing after a training session as early as the end of May. For running training, there is a huge range of well marked tracks across fields, through woodland, and along hiking paths, taking you through hilly terrain if you would like to notch up some vertical metres.

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Rennradregion SalzburgerLand - Salzkammergut

Dorfplatz 1
5330 - Fuschl am See
T: +43 622 / 68384

Roadbike Expert

Gabi H.<br />

This racing biking region provides plenty of variety for a holiday, with the 3 lakes circuit to get to know the area, the route of the popular cycle marathon “Eddy Merckx Classic”, or the ride over the Gaisberg, giving you the nicest view over Mozart’s home city of Salzburg.

Gabi H.
Jakob Schmidlechner<br />
Ironman finisher and hotelier at the racing biker and triathlon Hotel Mohrenwirt am Fuschlsee

You can easily ride 100 km and cover between 400 to 2000 vertical metres here. I know this racing biking region like the back of my hand and have always got a little secret for my more athletic guests. I also stage regular information evenings. If a guest tells me he wants to cover a certain amount of kilometres and vertical metres, then I can easily provide a good tip.

Jakob Schmidlechner
Ironman finisher and hotelier at the racing biker and triathlon Hotel Mohrenwirt am Fuschlsee