S303 Hornspitz 8er Runde

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Starting place: 4824 Gosau
Destination: 4824 Gosau

duration: 3h 19m
length: 24,3 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 912m
Altitude difference (downhill): 912m

Lowest point: 721m
Highest point: 1.403m
difficulty: medium
condition: difficult
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Short description:

Die S303 Hornspitz 8er Runde ist eine Gravelbike Tour für abenteuerlustige Graveler mit atemberaubenden Ausblicken und urigen Hütten, ideal für alle, die die alpine Natur lieben!



Quality of experience: *****


Recommended season:
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October


Properties:
  • Loop
  • Scenic
  • Refreshment stops available
Description:

Die S303 Hornspitz 8er Runde mit 23,9 km und 909 hm ist eine Gravelbike-Tour in Oberösterreich und Salzburg, welche entlang der  Almen des Hornspitzgebirges verläuft.


 


Die folgenden Wegpunkte und Erlbnisse, kompakt zusamengefasst, begleiten dich auf dieser Almen Tour durchs Hornspitz Gebiet in Gosau  


 



  • Einrollen durch eine malerische Waldlandschaft des Gosautales

  • ehe du auf der Zwieselbergstraße  eine atemberaubende Aussicht auf Gosau und den majestätischen Gosaukamm hast

  • bald danach erwartet dich die erste gemütliche Pause in der Gosaustubn 

  • gefolgt von der idyllischen Zeishofalm,  wo der Tisch und die Teller mit selbstgepflückten Blumen geschmückt sind und herzhafte Gerichte aus regionalen Zutaten serviert werden

  • frisch gestärkt kommt ein 26 % Uphill Climb als Challenge,

  • oben erwartet dich eine tolle Aussicht in das Salzburger Land und auf Gosau

  • die Rückfahrt mündet in einer rasanten Abfahrt die Pass Gschütt Bundesstraße nach Gosau 
     


 


 Die S303 Hornspitz 8er Runde ist ein kurzes Gravel Abenteuer für Almliebhaber. 



Directions:

Die S303 Hornspitz 8er Runde ist eine beeindruckende Wanderung, die sich über eine Gesamtlänge von 23,9 Kilometern erstreckt und einen Höhenunterschied von 909 Metern bietet. Dieses Outdoor-Abenteuer beginnt am Parkplatz in Gosau und führt uns auf dem Gravelbike durch die zauberhafte Natur des Dachstein Salzkammerguts.


Nach dem Parkplatz  Sportplatz Gosau führt uns unser Gravelabenteuer entlang des malerischen Gosaubachs bis zum charmanten Ortsteil Ramsau in Gosau. Hier durchqueren wir einen zauberhaften Holzwald, der je nach Jahreszeit in verschiedenen Farben erstrahlt – von sattem Grün im Frühling und Sommer bis zu lebhaften Herbsttönen. Die Wälder des Salzkammerguts sind bekannt für ihre Stille und Naturschönheit.


Weiter geht es zur Pass Gschütt Landesstraße, wo wir auf die Zwieselstraße einbiegen. Unterwegs werden wir an der Gosaustubn bei der Skilift Mittelstation in Dachstein West vorbeikommen, ein perfekter Ort, um eine kurze Rast einzulegen und die atemberaubende Aussicht auf den majestätischen Gosaukamm zu genießen. Dieser Bergzug ist ein herausragendes Merkmal der Welterberegion Dachstein Salzkammergut und beeindruckt mit seiner einzigartigen Schönheit.


Nach der Gosaustuben geht es weiter durch eine malerischen Almlandschaft mit Pferden und Kühen, kurz vor der Zeishofalm hast du die Möglichkeit einen kurzen Abstecher zum Speicherteich der Skiregion Dachstein West zu machen. Der künstlich angelegte Bergsee spiegelt das Panorama des Gosaukamms und bietet einen tollen Fotospot. 


Die nächste Station unserer Tour ist die Zeishofalm Hütte, ein weiteres Highlight. Hier können wir regionale Köstlichkeiten probieren und neue Energie tanken, bevor wir uns der herausfordernden Steigung zum Hornspitz stellen. Mit einer Steigung von 26 % ist dieser Anstieg anspruchsvoll, aber die Aussicht vom Gipfel wird uns belohnen. Genießt einen atemberaubenden Panoramablick auf das Salzburger Land und die Welterberegion Dachstein Salzkammergut. Die majestätischen Gipfel, glitzernden Seen und unberührte Natur werden uns begeistern.


Die Abfahrt erfolgt über die Forststraße auf der Rußbacher Seite des Hornspitz, was nicht nur spannende Kurven bietet, sondern auch die Möglichkeit, die spektakuläre Umgebung zu genießen.


Zum Abschluss fahren wir kurz bergauf zum Parkplatz Pass Gschütt Höhe, bevor wir auf der Landesstraße hinunter zum Ausgangspunkt in Gosau zurückkehren. Während dieser letzten Etappe können wir die beeindruckende Kulisse des Salzkammerguts noch einmal in vollen Zügen genießen.


Unsere Gravel Bike Tour bietet nicht nur sportliche Herausforderungen, sondern auch die Gelegenheit, die einzigartige Schönheit der Welterberegion Dachstein Salzkammergut hautnah zu erleben. 



Tip:

Die frühlingshaften Bärlauchknödel samt fein garnierten Blattsalat mit Frühlingsblumen auf der Zeishofalm sind ein Hochgenuss und Augenschmauß.



Safety guidelines:

Die S303 Hornspitz 8er Runde ist eine Rundtour und mit der Nummer S310 beschildert. Touren mit 300er Nummern haben eine Streckenlänge bis max. 30km. Die angegebenen Fahrtzeiten sind reine netto Fahrtzeiten ohne Pause wie Fotostops, Einkehrschwung, etc..


Um den Tag perfekt zu gestalten, finden sich hier ein paar Tipps, welche es lohnt vor jeder Tour zu beachten. Darüber hinaus sei dir bewusst, dass du dich im Gebirge bewegst und somit die Eigenverantwortung eine große Rolle einnimmt. Dies betrifft die Auswahl der zu bewältigenden Strecke, das zu erwartende Wetter und das eine oder andere Funkloch in welchem du keine Mobilfunkverbindung vorfindest. 


Planung vor der Tour.



Equipment:

Bitte beachte, dass jegliche Graveltour immer mit einwandfreien Equipment zu bewältigen ist. Nachfolgend finden sich ein paar Tipps zur Vorbereitung und Ausrüstung.


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Additional information:

Bitte beachte, dass jegliche Graveltour immer mit einwandfreien Equipment zu bewältigen ist. Nachfolgend finden sich ein paar Tipps zur Vorbereitung und Ausrüstung.


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Starting point: Sportplatz Gosau
Destination: Sportplatz Gosau

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Getting there

Von Wien ist die Region ca. 3 h entfernt. Über die Autobahn A1 sind die vier Orte ganz einfach über die Abfahrt Regau erreichbar. Danach bringt dich die Bundesstraße B145 zu uns. Von Salzburg fährst du ca. 1h über die Bundesstraße B158 zu uns in die Region! Von Villach fährst du ca. 2 Stunden über die A10 und die B166. Von Graz ebenfalls ca. 2 Stunden über die A9 und die B145.


 



Public Transit

Eine öffentliche Anreise zum Biken nach Gosau ist nicht möglich - da Räder nicht in den Postbussen transportiert werden. 


Alternativ ist eine Anreise mit der Bahn bis nach Bad Goisern - Steeg/Gosau möglich von dort sind es 14 Kilometer nach Gosau. 


 



Parking

Parken ist derzeit kostenlos beim Sportplatz Gosau möglich

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S303 Hornspitz 8er Runde
Tourismusverband Inneres Salzkammergut
Bad Goisern, Gosau, Hallstatt, Obertraun
4822 Bad Goisern am Hallstättersee

Phone +43 5 95095
Fax machine +43 5 95095 - 74
E-Mail info@dachstein-salzkammergut.at
Web www.dachstein-salzkammergut.at
https://www.dachstein-salzkammergut.at

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Tour-Details

Starting place: 4824 Gosau
Destination: 4824 Gosau

duration: 3h 19m
length: 24,3 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 912m
Altitude difference (downhill): 912m

Lowest point: 721m
Highest point: 1.403m
difficulty: medium
condition: difficult
panoramic view: Dreamtour

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