By fans, for fans
We can’t say it often enough: we are a motorbike hotel. For us, that means the greatest expertise and plenty of opportunities to give advice and provide a service, plus a great deal of passion on two wheels.
The reason is simple: your host Georg Fresacher himself is a huge biking fan. And of course, not only does that mean he knows the best roads and the best kept secrets in the region, he is also happy to share them with you.
Our tour suggestions
for your motorbike holiday
Take a look here at a little sneak preview of the tours we’ve put together. But don’t worry – you don’t have to print anything out to take with you. All of our tours are compatible with GARMIN and TomTom and we’ll be happy to load it on your navigation system. And if that doesn’t work, we’ll have plenty of paper versions of the tour material to give you.
Hotel Sonnegg – direction Zell am See – before the lake left to Thumersbach – at the junction with the B 311left direction Salzburg – Taxenbach – Schwarzach – St. Johann – at St. Johann right direction Wagrain – in Wagrain right direction Kleinarl further on until the road ends – there is the Jägersee – don`t forget your swimwear. Back to Wagrain – right to Flachau – Altenmarkt – at the junction to B 99 to Eben – Hüttau – Bischofshofen – through Bischofshofen – then right to Mühlbach am Hochkönig – Dienten – over the Filzen Sattel to Hinterthal – Maria Alm – Saalfelden – at the crossing to B 311 left to Zell am See – junction to Saalbach – welcome home at Hotel Sonnegg
Hotel Sonnegg – Saalfelden – 1. roundabout right – Maria Alm – Hinterthal – Dientner Sattel – Mühlbach – Bischofshofen – through the village – after ca. 2 km right – directin Radstadt – at Niedernfritz – left direction Abtenau – to Abtenau – Voglau – right Postalmstraße (toll charge) at the end of the Postalm – road to Strobl – through the underpass straight ahead – then left to Strobl – auf the parking area right (one-way) to Stroblerhof (lunch) back to Fuschl direction Salzburg – junction Faistenau – Hintersee – direction Faistenau – then direction Hallein – a narrow road leads through a gorge to Hallein – at the first traffic ligth left, over a bridge – roundabout right into the city – there are signs to Bad Dürnberg – Border crossing – Bad Dürnberg – after the Border left to Roßfeldringstraße – (toll charge) – down to Berchtesgaden – possibly to Königsee – Berchtesgaden – Ramsau – Lofer – Saalfelden – welcome back at the Sonnegg
Hotel Sonnegg – Zell am See – before the lake to Thumersbach – left direction Salzburg – Taxenbach – Schwarzach – St. Johann – 1. Crossroads in the town – direction Wagrain – Altenmarkt – Radstadt – Obertauern – over the Tauern Pass to Mauterndorf – left to Tamsweg – in the town on the town square on the left a small sign “Seetal” always straight ahead to Ranten – then the Sölk Pass is already signposted – over the Sölk Pass – (possibly snack at an alpine pasture on the Sölk Pass) – Stein an der Enns – left towards Schladming – after Schladming turn right towards Ramsau – Dachstein – Filzmoos – Eben im Pongau – Hüttau – Bischofshofen – through the village – right to Mühlbach am Hochkönig – Dientner Sattel – Hinterthal – Maria Alm – Saalfelden – through the village left to Zell am See – right to Saalbach – welcome “at home in the Sonnegg”.
Hotel Sonnegg – direction Zell am See – Maishofen B 311 direction Lofer – Saalfelden 1st traffic light right – Maria Alm – Hinterthal – Dientner Sattel – Bischofshofen – through the village, then left B 159 – right B99 direction Radstadt – continue B99 direction Obertauern – straight ahead B95 direction Tamsweg – Murau – in Predlitz right direction Turracher Höhe B95 – Turracher Höhe 1763m. 23% gradient follows – right Nockalmstraße 34,5 km long after 3 km toll station – Nockalmhöhe 2024 m – right direction Innerkrems – after toll station left direction Kremsbrücke – left B99 direction Spital – behind Gmünd right direction Maltatal – after 500 m Porsche Museum. In Gmünd historic old town – continue B99 direction Spittal. After 1.4 km turn right towards Großhattenberg – always follow the natural course of the road towards Spittal – turn right towards Liesernbrücke, through Lieserhofen – direction Lendorf – B100 right to Lurnfeld – B106 direction Mallnitz – B105 direction Mallnitz to the railroad loading – loading 15 min before Böckstein – Badgastein – Bad Hofgastein – Dorfgastein – end of tunnel left then right again direction Zell am See – right direction Thumersbach – right B311 direction Saalfelden – right direction Saalbach – wilkommen “daheim im Sonnegg”. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Hotel Sonnegg – Saalfelden – 1. Traffic light right – Maria Alm – Hinterthal – Dientner Sattel – Mühlbach – Bischofshofen – through the town – Werfen – Kuchl – Hallein – straight across the traffic light – left – then right – “SALZBERGWERK” straight on – here is already Obersalzberg Bad Dürnberg signposted -. border crossing Bad Dürnberg – after the border left up the Roßfeldringstraße – tollbooth – again down to Berchtesgaden – possibly to the Königsee – Berchtesgaden – Ramsau – Lofer – Saalfelden – right direction Saalbach – welcome “at home in Sonegg”. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Hotel Sonnegg – Saalfelden – 1st traffic circle on the right – Maria Alm – Hinterthal – Dientner Sattel – Mühlbach – Bischofshofen – through the town – always in the direction of Salzburg – Werfen – Tenneck – Golling – Kuchl – Hallein – through the town in the direction of Salzburg – Oberalm – Niederalm – Salzburg district of Anif – turn right at the Kreuzug – always straight ahead approx. 3 km in the direction of the center of the old town – in front of the festival house “Hotel goldener Hirsch” is a parking lot for motorcycles.
At the Festspielhaus (parking lot) you will see a small tunnel – through the tunnel (called Neutor) always along the road – Neutorstrasse – Maxglaner Hauptstrasse – about 2 km there is a traffic light – turn left towards the airport – Innsbrucker Bundesstrasse – Bad Reichenhall – Steinpass – Lofer – Saalfelden – Saalbach – Hotel Sonnegg
Hotel Sonnegg – direction Saalfelden – 1st traffic light right – through the town – Maria Alm – Hinterthal – Filzen Sattel – Dientner Sattel – Mühlbach am Hochkönig – Bischofshofen – through the town – Werfen – Eisriesenwelt – back to St. Johann – Liechtensteinklamm – back to the B 311 direction Zell am See – Schwarzach – Taxenbach – before the Zeller See to Thumersbach – then again on the B 311 right direction Saalfelden – junction right to Saalbach – welcome “at home in the Sonnegg”.
Hotel Sonnegg – Maishofen – left Saalfelden – 2nd traffic light left – Leogang – Hochfilzen – Fieberbrunn – in Fieberbrunn right direction St. Ulrich – Pillersee – Waidring left direction St. Johann – in Erpfendorf – right direction Kössen – Walchsee – Niederndorf – border crossing Oberaudorf – right Auerbach – Watschöd – Tatzelwurm – Sudelfeld – Bayrischzell – left – Ursprungpaß – Landl – Thiersee – Zell – Kufstein – direction St. Johann – Eiberg – Dorf – Söll – in Mühltal left to Itter – Hopfgarten – Brixen – Kirchberg – Schwarzsee – Kitzbühel – Paß Thurn – Mittersill – Zell am See – Maishofen – Saalbach – welcome “home in the Sonnegg”.
FURTHER BEAUTIFUL MOTORCYCLE TOURS IN SALZBURG:
Großglockner–Staller Sattel (350 km)
Goldegg–Böndlsee (140 km)
Zillertaler Höhenstraße–Gerlos-Pass (280 km)
Pillersee–Pass Thurn (170 km)
Need a more personalised option?
We’ll be happy to help you.
Are there any particular routes you want to see? Or have you been to the region a few times before and already know a couple of routes? We’ll be sure to make a suggestion that will impress you! Just ask Georg or our team.
GOOD TO KNOW:
Both the toll pass for the Großglockner High Alpine Road and the combined ticket for the Großglockner High Alpine Road, the Nockalm and the Gerlos pass are available at reception for discounted prices.
THE PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Discounted Großglockner High Alpine Road day pass
€ 25 (normally: € 28)
Großglockner, Nockalm and Gerlos pass combined ticket € 40 (regulär: € 43)
OTHER TICKEETS CAN BE BOUGHT DIRECTLY AT THE TOLL STATION:
several toll passes are already included with our motorbike packages.
So our two-wheel and four-wheel companions can sleep well at our hotel
In autumn 2019, we fulfilled a long-held dream of ours – and some of yours– and put our new covered car park into action. Since then, our two- and four-wheel companions have been able to stay overnight in absolute luxury at the Hotel Sonnegg. With over 500 m² of space, all rides – from mountain bikes to convertibles and tourers – will find a weatherproof parking space. Including a charging station for electric vehicles. We charge €12 per day for convertibles and cars. Please reserve your parking space before your arrival so we can make sure we have enough room for you.