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Motorcycle Tours

for everyone


Our Landhaus Rohregger is the ideal starting point for several unforgettable motorcycle tours: The High Alpine Road, Gerlos Pass, Felbertauern Pass, Thurn Pass, Großglockner and many more winding stretches make every motorcyclist's heart beat faster.

Take a look at our 5 round trips for your motorcycle holiday as an E-Book (see image on the right) here.

Every year in June, 20,000 motorcycle fans and enthusiasts meet in our small, quiet Salzburg village Neukirchen - better known as “Newchurch” during this time - at the now legendary motorcycle meeting. The team from the Landhaus Rohregger, are also there every year and offer our international guests comfortable accommodation possibilities and a delicious breakfast, in addition to guided tour suggestions for your own tours in the region. This means you can discover a new bike tour every day - alone or in a group.

One example for a day trip: The Großglockner High-Alpine Road


The Großglockner high-alpine road is without a doubt, Europe's most beautiful pass road in the Eastern Alps - and this is common knowledge. The famous high-alpine road, provides motorcycle lovers with a special experience and leads right into the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park, to the highest mountain in Austria, the Großglockner (3,798 m) and its glacier, the Pasterze. The alpine road is one of the most popular excursion destinations in Austria. On the 48 kilometre-long high-alpine road with its 36 hairpin bends, and an altitude increase of up to 2,594 metres, you can expect a natural and riding experience of the special kind. You'll pass through a one-of-a-kind mountain landscape with flowering alpine meadows, fragrant mountain forests, mighty cliffs and perpetual ice until reaching the foot of the Großglockner, the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe!

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