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Mozart Cycle Path - Stage 01: Salzburg-Unzing (near Eugendorf)

Long Distance Cycling · Salzburg and surroundings
  • Mozartradweg mit Wiese und Kirche Bergheim
    / Mozartradweg mit Wiese und Kirche Bergheim
    Photo:   ©SalzburgerLand Tourismus/Markus Greber, Euregio Radgruppe - SalzburgerLand, Chiemgau, Chiemsee-Alpenland, Berchtesgadener Land
  • Rast bei der Linde Maria Plain
    / Rast bei der Linde Maria Plain
    Photo:   ©SalzburgerLand Tourismus/Markus Greber, Euregio Radgruppe - SalzburgerLand, Chiemgau, Chiemsee-Alpenland, Berchtesgadener Land
  • Maria Plain
    / Maria Plain
    Photo: r ©SalzburgerLand Tourismus/Markus Greber, Euregio Radgruppe - SalzburgerLand, Chiemgau, Chiemsee-Alpenland, Berchtesgadener Land
  • Eugendorf
    / Eugendorf
    Photo:   ©TVB Eugendorf, Euregio Radgruppe - SalzburgerLand, Chiemgau, Chiemsee-Alpenland, Berchtesgadener Land
  • Mozart-Statue am Mozartplatz
    / Mozart-Statue am Mozartplatz
    Photo:   ©Tourismus Salzburg GmbH, Euregio Radgruppe - SalzburgerLand, Chiemgau, Chiemsee-Alpenland, Berchtesgadener Land
  • Mozarts Geburtshaus
    / Mozarts Geburtshaus
    Photo:   ©Tourismus Salzburg GmbH, Euregio Radgruppe - SalzburgerLand, Chiemgau, Chiemsee-Alpenland, Berchtesgadener Land
  • / Mozart-Radweg Etappenübersicht
    Photo: ©makrohaus, Euregio Radgruppe - SalzburgerLand, Chiemgau, Chiemsee-Alpenland, Berchtesgadener Land
150 300 450 600 750 m km 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Mozartplatz - Salzburg

From the City of Mozart to Unzing (near Eugendorf). An ideal introduction to the Mozart cycle path which does here, in the main, follow the former Ischlerbahn railway line – we can therefore promise you just a gentle climb!
easy
18.7 km
1:20 h
190 m
14 m
Salzburg/Mozartplatz – take the cycle path on the left bank of the Salzach river downstream until you reach Makartsteg – on the right bank of the Salzach to the Altersbach confluence just before the motorway underpass – go along the right-hand side of the Alterbach, a small river, (turn-off to the Wallfahrtskirche Maria Plain) – there are a number of rail and road underpasses – keep going straight ahead on the country road – here then starts the route of the former Ischlerbahn railway line, which we follow for a distance of 8 km, rising slightly, to Eugendorf – here you go left over the Dürnbichlweg to the church – after this, turn right into a small pedestrian underpass (where we have to push our bicycles) – into a side road off the main road to the Gasthof Gschirnwirt – turn right – federal road underpass – slightly uphill to Unzing where the Mozart cycle path splits: to the right, the way into the Mozart village of St. Gilgen, to the left, the route towards Henndorf.
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Author
Sabine Zölß, Alpstein GmbH
Updated: August 21, 2017

Difficulty
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Highest point
601 m
Lowest point
411 m
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Tips, hints and links

SalzburgerLand Tourismus 

Wiener Bundesstrasse 23,   A-5300 Hallwang

Tel.: + 43 (0)662 6688-0

Fax: + 43 (0)662 6688-66

info@salzburgerland.com

www.salzburgerland.com

Start

Salzburg / Mozartplatz (424 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
47.799007, 13.047707
UTM
33T 353805 5295806

Destination

Unzing (near Eugendorf)

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Mozart-Radweg - Zwischen Salzburger Land, Berchtesgadener Land und Chiemgau 132 Seiten, Verlag Esterbauer GmbH, ISBN 978-3-85000-145-8, EUR 11,90


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Difficulty
easy
Distance
18.7 km
Duration
1:20 h
Ascent
190 m
Descent
14 m
Multi-stage tour Scenic With refreshment stops Family friendly Botanical highlights

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