Scenic alpine road for motorcycle fans, leisurely drivers and athletic bikers
The Postalm scenic road in Tennengau is one of the most beautiful scenic roads in Salzburger Land. This 28.5km mountain toll road connects the cities of Abtenau in the Lammertal Valley and Strobl in the Salzkammergut and makes Austria’s largest interconnected alpine pasture, the Postalm, accessible to guests. Everyone from leisurely drivers to bikers to cyclists enjoy the well-constructed two-lane alpine road as well as the unforgettable views of the Dachstein massif and the jagged Bischofsmütze mountain.
Out for a drive or headed to the hiking trails and ski resort via the Postalm scenic road
Enjoy every kilometre of the spectacular Postalm scenic road but don’t forget to take a break while at the Postalm! Many parking spots along the scenic road can be your great starting point for walks and hikes through the sprawling alpine pasture region. The next alpine chalet is usually just a few minutes by foot. Stop by and enjoy sustainably-produced alpine products and take in the amazing mountain views while your kids explore their surroundings and look for animals who live at the Postalm.
Facts & Figures on Postalm Scenic Road
- The opening in 1988
- Expansion of two-lane to a few single-track narrow points
- Lenght 25,8 km, maximum 1.288 m above sea level
- Prices and opening times of the scenic road
- Bus service to the ski and hiking area Postalm
- Alpine chalets: easy to reach on the Postalm scenic road