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Etappe 7: von Altaussee nach Bad Ischl – BergeSeen eTrail

Intermediate
03:45
31.0 mi
8.3 mph
4,800 ft
5,650 ft
Intermediate e-mountain bike ride. Good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
3.12 mi
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Blaa Alm

Mountain Biking Highlight

5.12 mi
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Toller Tunnel

Mountain Biking Highlight

14.1 mi
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Blick auf den Dachstein

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

15.0 mi
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Raschberg Hütte

Mountain Biking Highlight

20.8 mi
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Ewige Wand

Mountain Biking Highlight

26.1 mi
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Hoisnradalm

Mountain Biking Highlight

31.0 mi
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Bad Ischl

Mountain Biking Highlight

Waytypes

Singletrack: 1.33 mi
Path: 21.5 mi
Street: 5.88 mi
Road: 2.29 mi

Surfaces

Unpaved: 14.0 mi
Gravel: 10.2 mi
Paved: 4.22 mi
Asphalt: 1.39 mi
Unknown: 1.10 mi
  • Includes a very steep uphill segment

    You may need to push your bike.

Weather Forecast

Salzkammergut planned an e-mountain bike ride.

July 15, 2020

Comments

  • Salzkammergut

    Stage 7 is only around 50 kilometers long, but so packed with beautiful, exciting and impressive highlights that it will not be difficult for you to be busy all day. It starts before the tour really starts: How about a refreshing dip in Lake Altaussee?A short time later, the next “temptation” is waiting to stop you from driving on. If you drive through the picturesque alpine area that awaits you above Lake Altaussee, you are spoiled for choice in which of the cozy huts you stop at. Basically you can't do anything wrong, but if you need a little help in making a decision: The first refreshment stop on the Rettenbachalm is run by a mountain biker - there is a little shop talk about the regional dishes for free.After you have driven through the magnificent natural landscape along the Rettenbach for a while, the climb to the Hohen Raschberg is waiting for you. At the top of 1,384 meters, you will be rewarded with panoramic views of the Dachstein, Lake Hallstatt and Lake Wolfgang. Then you head for another impressive highlight: the “Eternal Wall”, a spectacular path with unforgettable views. Before you finally arrive in Bad Ischl, you can enjoy a short stop with a phenomenal view of the Hoisnrad Alm.

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    • July 15, 2020