Motorbike Tours around the
4 Star Hotel Grizzly Resort

  • A route leads directly from St. Margarethen over the Schönbergsattel
  • Adventurous day trips in the heart of Austria are a real pleasure for biking enthusiasts.
  • Nearest ist the alpine route 99 – the legendary highway B99 from Bischofshofen via Obertauern to Spittal an der Drau.
  • Heading north into Styria ride over the Sölkpass.
  • Carinthia beckons with its Nockalm, Turrach and Maltatal pass roads.
  • Heading to the west ride over the world-famous Grossglockner and the Gerlos Alpine Road with their many bends.
  • A motorbike ride into the Salzkammergut region with its lakes and gentle rolling countryside can also be recommended.

Plan your personal bike tour!

With the Grizzly Resort as starting point, you can plan your personal tour from the fantastic alpine world of the Salzburg Lungau to your desired destination.

Tours in the Region

Explore the fabulous mountain landscapes of Austria and neighbouring countries on tours in the region. Here are some examples:

GLOCKNER-TOUR (length: 300 km)


Fit for Austria’s highest mountain, the 3,797 m high Grossglockner? Then, let’s go! We head off in a northerly direction to Radstadt, surrounded by 2,000 m high peaks. Then we head off west into the Hochkönig mountain region along the Dientner Sattel. Shortly after we reach the shores of the Zeller Lake and then at last the mother of all passes – the Grossglockner high alpine pass. Around 2,500 m altitude for 50 km. The masterpiece of road building leads us up to where all bikers meet up – the Edelweissspitze and the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe. Chat to other motorbike enthusiasts, take photos with and with motorbike and don’t forget to post “I’M HERE” on social platforms – as anyone who hasn’t been up the Grossglockner, hasn’t seen the Alps. So start up your engine and whizz off around Grizzly Sport & Family Resort. Touring fun between the highest mountain in Austria, the scenic lakes of the Provinces of Salzburg and Carinthia, plus interesting detours to Slovenia and South Tyrol are on the cards. Whether you’re riding a sporty machine or a gentler cruiser – there’s something to suit all tastes. Have fun trying out our tour suggestions – if you haven’t been to the “Grizzly”, you don’t know what you’re missing. Biking enthusiasts always head back along the Möll (maybe including a stop at the Ragga Gorge) to their bikers’ hotel.

3-countries-tour (length: 380 km)


Over the Katschberg pass and past the picturesque this route leads to the Millstädter See Lake. A stop in Millstatt is worthwhile not just for a visit to the Sculpture Park. After crossing the Drau river the Windische Höhe pass is the next destination. With a maximum height of 1,110 m it’s not a particularly high pass but the drive is good practice for the following Nassfeldpass. At an altitude of 1,530 m you reach Italy, which is the forerunner to the highlight on this tour – Slovenia. All bikers will be in heaven on the Passo de Predil, the stretch along the Soca and the unrelenting Vrsic with its over 50 bends. Along the historical Wurzen pass, via Villach and the Turracher Höhe Pass back to St. Margarethen.

Archduke Johann Tour (length: 345 km)


On this tour we encounter a few time the historical footsteps of the promotor and moderniser of industry, agriculture and railway. Archduke Johann from Austria was also very busy in the areas of culture and education. In Bad Aussee we find a momument dedicated to him. Before that we conquer the Sölk Pass and wind around the Hallstädter See after our stop in Bad Aussee. In Radstadt we complete our circular tour of the Dachstein range, which with its many 2,000 m peaks makes an attractive tour companion. Of course this tour must be completed on arrival at the “Grizzly“ with an Archduke Johann yodelling cry.

Sextener Dolomites tour (length: 450 km)


This tour suggestion starts with gentle gliding along the Drau to the Dolomites. In Oberdrauburg we turn off to the left and head up the attractive ascent up to the 981 m high Gailbergsattel. Perfect practice for the next pass, Plöckenpass, which takes us up to 1,357 m into Italy. Along inviting bends we finally we climb up to 1,636 m at the top of the Kreuzberg Pass and reach via Sexten the Puster Valley. Then join up with the main traffic for a short while, then through the Antholzer Valley, to enjoy a further alpine highlight – the over 2,000 m high Staller Sattel. Take time for a city stroll in lovely Lienz, before heading back through the Mölltal Valley to the “Grizzly“.


You recieve these and many other “worth seeing” tour proposals directly at us in the Grizzly Sport & Motorrad Resort.