Did you know that Carinthia, Friuli and the north of Slovenia, with their location in the south-eastern Limestone Alps, are a veritable El Dorado for motorcyclists?
|per rider in shared twin/double room||€1,449.00 $1,611.95 ?|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room||€1,349.00 $1,500.71 ?|
|per person single room (surcharge)||€299.00 $332.62 ?|
|7 elaborated day tours with tour guide in groups of 6 - 8 motorcycles.|
|Roadbook with hotel and route information.|
|Hotel accommodation: 2 x overnight stays in intermediate hotels. 6 x Overnight stay in the base hotel. 8 x Breakfast buffet in the hotel. 8 x 3-course dinner.|
|Travel insurance certificate for the entire journey.|
|Toll fees, any entrance fees, tourist tax, etc.|
|Everything that is not listed under services|
|Total distance: approx. 3400 km from/to Krefeld, of which approx. 2100 km in the Alps.|
|Daily stages: 280 - 340 km on the spot.|
|Road condition: Mostly well paved roads with countless curves and hairpin bends.|
|Riding skills: The motorcycle should be safely mastered on winding roads, in hairpin bends and on narrow side roads.|
|Climate: In the valleys mainly summer daytime temperatures, on the passes it can get a bit cooler.|
|Minimum participants: 8 riders|
|Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. We will gladly provide binding information upon request.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
You didn't know! This is because the border triangle between Austria, Italy and Slovenia can still be considered an insider tip among bikers.
And it is exactly into this biker's El Dorado that our journey leads us, on which we want to take you on well-known routes (such as the Nockalm Road), but especially less well-known passes (such as the Lanzen Pass and Monte Zoncolan). And while in the holiday month of August motorcyclists will have to share the passes in South Tyrol with cars, campers and buses, we will be travelling almost alone on many routes.
1st day: Arrival in Miesbach in Upper Bavaria.
Departure at 8.00 a.m. at the rest stop Geismühle West (A57) in southern direction via the motorway to our intermediate hotel Karma Bavaria in Miesbach.
For participants who do not want to come to Krefeld, we offer additional meeting points on the arrival route.
Individual arrival possible.
2nd day: Over the Großglockner into the Gailtal valley.
The journey to our base hotel in the Gailtal valley leads, among other things, along the world-famous Grossglockner High Alpine Road, which is always a highlight even for motorcyclists who have been on it frequently.
3rd day: Nockalm Road and Malta High Alpine Road ... Carinthia's highlights.
Our first day tour leads us, after a short detour to the Turracher Höhe, along the Nockalm Road with its high points Schiestelscharte, Eisentalhöhe and Schönfeldsattel. Afterwards, the tour continues over the Katschberghöhe to the Malta-Hochalmstraße, which offers fantastic panoramas.
4th day: Cason di Lanza, Lago di Sauris and Monte Zoncolan ... Highlights of Friuli.
Today we will cross the Naßfeldpass into Friuli, where we first take the Lanzenpass/Cason di Lanza under the wheels. Although it is now continuously fortified, this little pass road is still a little adventure, but rewards you with great views of the fascinating Alpine landscape. Although the ride over Monte Zoncolan and along the Lago di Sauris is not quite as challenging anymore, it still offers a lot of riding fun!
5th day: Carnic Alpine Tour.
The west ramp of the stable saddle is so narrow that the crossing of the pass has to be regulated by a traffic light system. Reason enough to include this very beautiful track in our round around the main ridge of the Carnic Alps. This leads us briefly into the Dolomites, where we pass the famous Three Peaks on the ascent to the Misurina Pass. Via the Sella Ciampigotto and the Plöcken Pass, already in Friuli, we return to our base hotel in the Gail Valley.
6th day: Julian Alpine Tour.
We start our round through the Julian Alps with the rather unspectacular Wurzenpass before we take the equally demanding and beautiful Vršic under our wheels. No less demanding is the Mangartstraße up to the Lahnscharte. The toll road is the highest legally ridden point in the Julian Alps at 2046 m and offers breathtaking views of the barren peaks of the surrounding area.
7th day: Day of rest.
Today we will have a rest day, where you can relive the impressions of the last days or just relax and let your body rest. Both our base hotel, which has its own outdoor swimming pool, and the beautiful surrounding countryside offer enough incentive to leave the motorbike behind
8th day: Via the Carnic Dolomite Road and the Timmelsjoch to Tyrol.
To make it easier for us to say goodbye, our way home leads us first along the Carnic Dolomite Road to South Tyrol, which we leave again via the Timmelsjoch. Through the Ötztal valley and over the Fernpass to our last intermediate hotel Bergland**** in Lermoos.
9th day: Journey home.
Hard to believe how quickly a week goes by! Today we unfortunately have to go back home, using the motorway again until the rest stop Geismühle Ost (A57).
Individual return journey home is of course possible.
We reserve the right to change the programme, route or hotel.