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Pass By: Glanegg 45, 9555 Glanegg, Austria
Starting from the start in Freilassing at the Hotel Oedhof, we drive towards Salzburg. At the Rott power plant we cross the border with Austria. In Salzburg we drive the Glanbach south, with a beautiful view of the northern flank of the Untersberg. At the manor of the castle Glanegg offers after about 17km drive a little break. Strengthened it goes at the foot of the Untersberg along the east. Via the villages of Grödig and St. Leonhard the route leads us to Marktschellenberg.
Stop At: Berchtesgaden Salt Mines, Bergwerkstrasse 83, 83471 Berchtesgaden, Bavaria Germany
Along the Berchtesgadener Ache, past the Almbachklamm, we come to Berchtesgaden. After consultation and opening hours, there is the opportunity to take part in a guided tour of the salt mine. Please remember to bring appropriate clothing, it has about +12 ° C underground.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Pass By: Naturbad Aschauerweiher, Aschauerweiherstr. 85, 83483 Bischofswiesen, Bavaria Germany
Through the village Berchtesgaden a short, challenging section awaits us. It goes up the Doktorberg through the rust forest. Over its ridge, it goes close to the Aschauer Weiher. It rewards us a wonderful view of the legendary Watzmann. There are also nice opportunities for a short break. Now it's downhill to Bischofswiesen. The three-time Olympic champion in luge, Georg Hackl, lives there, as well as the world champion in giant slalom, Kathrin Hölzl.
Pass By: Kirche St. Zeno, Hubertusstr. 1, 83435 Bad Reichenhall, Bavaria Germany
From here you can once again admire the silhouette of the Watzmann. We continue through the Bischofswiesener valley. Crystal clear air, mountains within your reach, lush meadows and gentle hills characterize this landscape. Over the Hallthurmer Pass, past the old pass fortifications, the route leads us to Großgmain.
From there it is not far to Bad Reichenhall. A striking waypoint here is the church of St. Zeno, the largest Romanesque basilica in ancient Bavaria. Here is still a break to rest for the last, about 18km long, section. Along the Saalach we come through Hammerau and Bruch back to Freilassing.