Wandern Zell am See Kaprun

Motorbike & Golf

Motorbike Tours in Zell am See – Kaprun



Join Vera on the winding roads from Salzburg to Tirol.

Zell am See – Kaprun is the right place to be on two wheels. In addition to perfect accommodation with parking for your bike, we have packed some great tips in our luggage:

Tiroler Adler


From Zell am See travel through the Salzachtal on the way to Krimml. On the winding roads of the Gerlospass in Zillertal you will pass Europe’s highest waterfalls. It is definitely worth a stop in Zillertal. On the way home you travel over the Brixental through the heart of the Kitzbühel Alpine range.

Highlights: Krimml Waterfalls, Achensee and Kitzbühel

Duration: 4Hours
Distance: 219 KM
Difficulty: Intermediate

Tiroler Adler

Detour to Mount Everest


Admittedly it is not the actual Mount Everest; however it is the highest mountain in Austria including the highest lying pass road. From Zell am See you travel over the Fuscher Tal (Fusch) on to the Franz-Josef-Höhe. A quick panoramic photo and then continue to Lienz (East Tirol) before you travel back to Zell am See over the Felbertauern and Mittersill.

Highlights: Großglockner, Matrei and the Felbertauern

Duration: 3 hours 40 minutes
Distance: 190 Km
Difficulty: Advanced

Flying Visits to the Side Valleys of Salzburg


On a flying visit to the side valleys of Salzburg: Starting in Zell am See you travel into the Saalachtal to Saalbach-Hinterglemm. Over the Dientner Saddle you will reach the region of Pongau, where in the Gasteiner Tal more highlights await. Before you return to Zell am See you will travel along the trails of the Greifvögel to Rauris.

Highlights: Dientner Saddle, Gastein and Rauris

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Distance: 198 KM
Difficulty: Easy

Salzburger Täler

The Golf Area Zell am See – Kaprun

Two of the best 18 hole courses in Austria situated between a glacier and a lake


Golf Zell am See Kaprun

Golf Club Zell am See Kaprun Saalbach Hinterglemm


Altogether there are two 18 hole courses at the Golf Club Zell am See – Kaprun – Saalbach - Hinterglemm. The Championship-Course Schmittenhöhe is not for the faint-hearted. However the Kitzsteinhorn Course also has room for caution. Although the greens are generous most are guarded with bunkers and ponds. Ideal training conditions are available at the driving range with 40 tee-off areas and a total of five putting-greens. Here is a link to the full package

Tip: Also for beginners there are some interesting starter packages. While your loved ones are playing golf you can watch from the restaurant with a panoramic view.

Address: Golfstrasse 25, 5700 Zell am See
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +43 6542 56161-0