Experience incomparable freedom on two wheels as you conquer legendary routes such as the Stelvio Pass or the Grossglockner High Alpine Road!
This fascinating "Classic Alps Tour" is a true classic and gives you a perfect insight into the cultural and architectural differences between the various Alpine regions. Get to know the German, Swiss, Austrian and Italian Alps in 5 days and enjoy the magic of the mountains!
|Start / End
|Garmisch-Partenkirchen / Garmisch-Partenkirchen
|7 days, 6 overnight stays, 5 riding days
6 nights in comfortable 4* hotels (national category)
Neuschwanstein Castle, Livigno, St. Moritz, Bolzano, Stelvio Pass, Dolomites, Grossglockner
|Total distance: ≈ 1.400 - 1.750 km, daily distance: ≈ 280 - 350 km
The entire route runs on asphalt roads away from the highways.
100% asphalt roads
|Onroad - difficulty level 2
The tour runs partly on winding and narrow asphalt roads with hairpin turns.
Your Alpine adventure begins! We meet at 17:00 for the welcome briefing, where you will receive the most important information for the next few days.
Our tour begins in Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the foot of the Zugspitze (2,962m), the highest mountain in Germany. The first day's ride takes us through the Bavarian Alps, where we visit one of King Ludwig's legendary castles, to Austria and on to Italy. Livigno, declared a duty-free zone by Napoleon due to its exposed location, which used to be almost inaccessible in winter, is a ski resort in the Italian Alps near the Swiss border and our destination for today.
On the rest day in Livigno, we get on our bikes because an absolute highlight awaits us. The "Queen of Pass Roads", the Stelvio Pass (2,757 m), is a term that awakens a longing for bends and hairpin bends in every biker. It is not only the highest road pass in Italy, but also the second highest pass road in the Alps after the Col de l'Iséran in France. The afternoon then takes us into Switzerland and we visit the noble town of St. Moritz before returning to Livigno on spectacular mountain roads.
We continue to Bolzano, where we should take the opportunity to visit Ötzi. The old town of Bolzano is also always worth a stop. Here we find historic buildings, a mild climate and the opportunity to enjoy a perfect combination of Tyrolean cuisine and Mediterranean flavors, perhaps even a glass of wine from the many wineries in the region.
The next day begins with the journey to a real biker's paradise. The Dolomites attract countless motorcyclists from all over the world every year. It is rare to find such impressive landscapes with such well-maintained roads. The mountains themselves, which got their name from the Frenchman Deodat de Dolomieu, are ideal photo motifs with their colors and shapes. It is therefore not surprising that this region has already attracted many international film crews. We spend the night in Lienz. This small town in Austria impresses with its beautiful old town and the opportunity to take a stroll in the evening.
The final stage takes us along one of the most beautiful panoramic roads to Austria's highest mountain, the Grossglockner (3.798 m) and on through the picturesque Bavarian Alpine foothills back to Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Have a safe journey home! Maybe you're already dreaming of your next motorcycle adventure with us? We would be delighted to welcome you again on one of our tours!
|BMW Motorrad model
|BMW F 800 GS
|BMW F 900 GS, BMW F 900 XR
|BMW R 1300 GS
|BMW R 1250 GS Adventure, BMW R 1250 RT
* Price per person in a double room
Price for passenger: 3.390 €
Single room surcharge: 490 €
Included in the tour price:
Not included in the tour price:
All costs that are not explicitly included in the tour price such as flights, gasoline, tolls, entrance fees and personal expenses (drinks, lunch, souvenirs) and tips.