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The highlight of the Blaa Alm mountain bike tour:The view of the picturesque Altausseersee in StyriaThe Blaa Alm mountain bike tour is the classic among the Salzkammergut pleasure tours.
From Bad Goisern it goes back to Altaussee and via Bad Ischl.
Who wants to explore the Salzkammergut" has already experienced a lot with this round even if there is still a lot to discover.
For us mountain bikers the tour is easy but not boring.
The descent into the Rettenbachtal valley is a technical challenge for some.
In addition to the great panorama, the round also offers enough breaks to try the "Schmankerl aus dem Salzkammergut.
Start: tourist office Bad Goisern - Marktstraße past the market place - car dealership Limberger, and joinery Stieger - straight on - at the inn Schneiderwirt - turn left direction Wiesen Herndl - under the B 145 through - at the crossing Wiesen/Sollbach straight on - Herndl - in Kogel right to St.
Agatha - left on the Pichlern road - at the fork always right - "Leislingstraße" along the Zlambach - Leislingstube - after a total of 12 km: highest point (900 m) - right to Lupitsch and Altaussee - Oberlupitsch - Lupitsch - Unterlupitsch - before Gasthaus Bachwirt left to Altaussee - at Cafe Fischer left direction Loser Bergstraße - Blaa-Alm - on a forest road to the border to Upper Austria - left downhill into the valley of the Rettenbach - Rettenbach Almen - former timber road - after approx.
9 km exit on asphalt road - after car workshop Renault Bruckschlogl turn right direction city centre - then direction Güterbahnhof - on Kaltenbachbrücke over Traun - on Engleitenstraße direction Lauffen - before the railway crossing Lauffen straight ahead, through the last underpass before the railway barrier - at Traunufer - under railway bridge - direction Weißenbach - Weißenbachwirt - Goisererbrücke back to the start - (further information: Schubert & Franzke, Salzkammergut Mountainbiking, Mountainbikekarte 1:50000)In case of emergency please contact the Austrian Mountain Rescue, emergency number: 140