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Grizzly Motorcycle Resort is the ideal starting point for adventurous motorcycle tours in 6 different directions.

  • From St. Margarethen, a route leads directly via Schönfeld to the Nockalm Road with its endless hairpin bends.

  • Adventurous day tours in the middle of Austria are a real treat for every passionate biker.

  • The most obvious is the alpine Route 99 - the legendary federal road B99 from Bischofshofen via Obertauern to Spittal an der Drau.

  • Heading north, into Styria, it's over the Sölkpass.

  • Carinthia attracts with its famous pass roads Nockalm, Turrach, Maltatal and Villacher alpine road.

  • Heading west, you'll ride the world-famous Großglockner and the Gerlos Alpine Road with its many hairpin bends.

  • A biker trip to the Salzkammergut with its lakes and gentle landscapes is recommended.

Plan your personal bike tour

Plan comfortably from the Grizzly Resort as a starting point, your personal tour through the fantastic alpine world of Salzburg Lungau to your desired destination.


Explore the fantastic mountain world of Austria and its neighboring countries on the varied house tours. Here are a few examples:

GLOCKNER-TOUR (length: 300 km)

Fit for Austria's highest mountain, the 3,797 m high Großglockner? Well, let's get going! We start off in a northerly direction to reach Radstadt framed by 2,000-meter backdrops. Now it's time to head west and take the Dientner Sattel under our motorcycle tires in the Hochkönig region. A little later we are already riding along the Zeller See. And there we have reached it, the mother of all pass roads, the Grossglockner High Alpine Road. We can now enjoy around 2,500 meters of altitude difference over a good 50 km. This masterpiece of road construction takes us to where bikers meet - to the Edelweißspitze and the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe. Fuel conversations with other enthusiastic motorcyclists, souvenir photos with bike and without, as well as the "I AM HERE" post in the social networks make it abundantly clear - who was not at the Grossglockner, was not in the Alps. Start your engine ...and off you go to the curvy region around the Grizzly Sport & Motorcycle Resort. Touring fun between the highest mountains of Austria, the beautiful lakes of Salzburg and Carinthia, as well as exciting side trips to Slovenia and South Tyrol are announced. Whether with the travel enduro, the cruiser or the sporty machine - here everyone finds his ideal line.

So, have fun with our tour suggestions, which are intended to serve as orientation and can of course be combined elsewhere. And if you haven't been to the "Grizzly", you don't know what you're missing. Can not happen to us, because along the Möll (perhaps with a stop at the Raggaschlucht) we return to the beary biker hotel.

3-COUNTRIES-TOUR (length: 380 km)

Over the Katschberghöhe and past Gmünd, which is well worth seeing, the route leads to Lake Millstatt. Millstatt is worth a stop, and not only because of the sculpture park. After crossing the Drau River, the Windische Höhe is the next destination. With a pass height of 1,110 m, it's not particularly high here, but the rideable mountain range is already a nice exercise for the Nassfeldpass that follows a little later. At an altitude of 1,530 m, you now reach Italy, which proves to be a feeder to the highlight of the tour on this lap, namely Slovenia. With the Passo de Predil, the section along the Soca and the merciless Vrsic with its over 50 hairpin bends, all bikers get shiny eyes here. Over the historic Wurzenpass, it then goes via Villach and the Turracher Höhe back to St. Margarethen.

ERZHERZOG-JOHANN-TOUR (length: 345 km)

On this tour we meet several times the historical traces of the promoter and modernizer of industry, agriculture and railroads. Archduke Johann of Austria was also very active in the field of culture and education. In Bad Aussee we will find a monument to him. Before that, we have already conquered the Sölkpass and after our Bad Aussee stop, we curve around Lake Hallstadt. In Radstadt we then complete our circumnavigation of the Dachstein group, which has been an attractive tour companion for us with its many 2,000-meter peaks. Of course, upon arrival at the "Grizzly", the tour must be concluded in a manner befitting the occasion with an Erzherzog Johann yodel.


Our tour suggestion starts with a relaxing glide along the river Drau into the Dolomites. In Oberdrauburg we turn left and storm the attractive ascent to the 981 m high Gailbergsattel. Exactly the right exercise for the Plöckenpass that follows a little later, which with its 1,357 m leads us into Italy. Via the inviting curves of the Pastaland we finally climb the 1,636 m of the Kreuzbergpass and reach the Pustertal valley via Sexten. Only very briefly do we swim along in the main traffic, and then via the Antholz Valley we reach another Alpine highlight, the Staller Sattel, which is over 2,000 m high. There should still be time for a stroll through the city of Lienz before we head back through the Mölltal valley in the direction of "Grizzly".

These and many other "worth seeing" tour suggestions are available directly from us at Grizzly Sport & Motorcycle Resort!

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