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Racing cycling on Austria's highest mountain

The Grossglockner is the highest mountain in Austria and not far from the Kaprunerhof. It is found in the beautiful Hohe Tauern National Park and is a popular destination for nature lovers, motorsports enthusiasts and active holidaymakers. And if you are looking for an athletic challenge, you can use the Grossglockner for a racing cycling tour starting directly from the Kaprunerhof. Conditioned athletes can take on an additional stage that will reward you with one-of-a-kind 360° mountain views. 


  • Distance: 120 km
  • Duration: 6 hours
  • Ascent: 5,609 m
  • Descent: 5,609 m
  • Difficulty: difficult

Description of the Kaisertour – in two stages

Stage 1

Kaprun – Bruck – Fusch – past Ferleiten – follow the Alpenstrasse street for 12.9 km – to Fuscher Törl – detour to the Edelweissspitze peak (additional 143 m in altitude) possible.


Stage 2

Fuscher Törl – via Schöneck to Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe.