Hallstatt - Mountainbike Tour durch das Echerntal zur Klausmoos, Sattelalm und Grubalm

Dachstein Salzkammergut

A mountain bike tour with three variants, but always with the famous starting point in the UNESCO World Heritage town of Hallstatt. Whether to the Sattelalm, the Klausmoos or the Grubalm - the mountain biker always accompanies the primal mountain world with the Hallstättersee at his feet.

Road Biking Difficult

8.4 km
829 m
74 m
1-2 hrs
Low Point
510 m
High Point
1.3 km
Hallstatt - Mountainbike Tour durch das Echerntal zur Klausmoos, Sattelalm und Grubalm Map

The highlight of the mountain bike tour:The Strub forest stream with its impressive waterfallsOn the mountain bike tour through the Echerntal valley, dense forests with a magnificent view of Lake Hallstatt accompany us. A picturesque forest landscape that gives a good insight into the Salzkammergut from 100 years ago, when life was still dominated by the hard timber industry. For us mountain bikers this means just as much hard work to reach the alpine pastures of this tour. Approx. 1000 hm are to be mastered from https://dachstein.salzkammergut.at/welterberegion/hallstatt: https://dachstein.salzkammergut.at/welterberegion/hallstatt.html "Hallstatt up to the end point. We start at the Kohlstattparkplatz in the Echerntal (P3) and follow the signs to the Echerntal. On asphalt we drive 270 meters uphill to the bridge Waldbachstrub (waterfall). After 4,1 km we can choose 2 variants: variant 1: Sattelalm: After 4.1km turn right and cross the big bridge, after 450m turn left - straight ahead - at km 6.1 we reach the next fork - keep left, at km 11.7 we reach the Sattelalm. Watch your step! No connection to the Rossalm possible. variant 2, Grubenalm: At 4.1 km turn left and continue until the next fork in the road, then keep right for 4.7 km until the next junction, at 5.6 km turn left and keep straight at the next junction, at 10.2 km we have reached the Grubenalm. "Order mountain bike map Salzkammergut ...: "To the 360° panorama tour through Hallstatt ...mountain rescue: 140