K&K Runde mit dem E-Bike

Dachstein Salzkammergut

Ideal tour for beginners who want to do an extended round with the E-Bike. With the E-Bike on the K&K round by the World Heritage region, the Ausseerland and by the imperial city Bad Ischl.

Road Biking Difficult

60 km
1.2 km
1.2 km
3-4 hrs
Low Point
459 m
High Point
898 m
K&K Runde mit dem E-Bike Map

The K&K round starts in Bad Goisern. Along the varied east shore hiking and cycling trail, the route climbs and descends along the Hallstättersee lake and continues in the direction of the Koppental valley. The new cycle path through the picturesque Koppental valley takes you to the Koppenpass road after a slightly steeper ascent, which will take you to Bad Aussee. Via Altaussee you go to the Blaa Alm on the forest road to the Rettenbachalm and through the Rettenbachtal to the imperial town Bad Ischl. The tour takes you directly through the town centre, along the esplanade to the Katrin cable car. In the footsteps of Emperor Kaiser, the hunting statue takes you in the direction of Lauffen and again along the Traun back to Bad Goisern.Start in Bad Goisern - Goiserermühle, tourist office, Mauna Loa; Moserwirt - via Au - past the Gasthof zur Post (stopover tip) to the left to the Ostufer-Wander- und Raddweg - along the lake to Seerauzn (stopover tip) to the left up a small gradient, then again to the right - continue via the Hallstatt railway station to Obertraun - Dachsteinhof; Höllwirt - along the Koppenwinkel round to Koppenwinkelsee - past the Koppen rest towards Koppenbrüllerhöhle and the new Koppen cycle path to Bad Aussee (Lindner Hotel & SPA - Die Wasnerin) - further to Altaussee - towards Hagan Lodges and Blaa Alm - at the Blaa Alm round to the Rettenbachalm - through the Rettenbachtal to Bad Ischl (Salzkammergut Tourism, Hotel Goldenes Schiff, Hotel Stadt Salzburg) - via Kaltenbach at the Katrin cable car valley station to Lauffen and via Weißenbach and the Traunreiterweg back to Bad Goisern: "To the 360° panorama tour of the Dachstein Salzkammergut region ...In case of emergencies please call the Austrian mountain rescue under the telephone number: 140