Almtal U 30 & International Cinquecento Meeting 2024 - the Tour

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Starting place: 4655 Vorchdorf
Destination: 4655 Vorchdorf

duration: 10h 50m
length: 148,3 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 1.569m
Altitude difference (downhill): 1.569m

Lowest point: 401m
Highest point: 632m
difficulty: easy
condition: easy
panoramic view: Great panorama

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The 9th ride to the Int. Cinquecento meeting in Vorchdorf combined with the 12th Almtal U30 ride will take place this year on Saturday, 6 July 2024!


In the year of the European Capital of Culture Bad Ischl and the Salkammergut 2024, the Traunsee-Almtal-Salzkammergut Tourism Association invites all friends of the legendary Puch 500, also known as the Fiat Cinquecento, and its relatives to take a ride as part of the International Cinquecento Meeting. This time, the friends of the Almtal U30 ride will also be there!

A warm welcome to the 12th Almtal U30 ride and the 9th Int. Cinquecento meeting - we look forward to welcoming you back to the Traunsee-Almtal region in 2024.

This year we will once again be driving a Grand Tour together through the region of the European cultural capital Bad Ischl and the Salzkammergut and thus do without additional signposting, as the main destination is well signposted and the route is driven in convoy.
 
Registration from 8.30 a.m. at the TVB Traunsee-Almtal information stand in Lambacherstraße next to the Schlossplatz in Vorchdorf im Almtal
Start at approx. 9:15 - 9:30 am
 
Vorchdorf - Lindach - Ohsldorf - Regau - Kammer - Weyregg - Steinbach am Attersee - Unterach - St. Gilgen - Bad Ischl - Ebensee - Traunkirchen - Altmünster - Gmunden - Gschwandt - Kirchham - Vorchdorf

Tour:
We drive from Vorchdorf via Lindach to Laakirchen, continue via Ohlsdorf, where we turn right towards Rittham, continue along the Tiefenweg towards the Regau motorway exit, over the bridge and following the Salzkammergut cycle path R2 via Aurach am Hongar to Schörfling am Attersee, along the Attersee via Weyregg, Steinbach am Attersee, Weißenbach to Unterrach am Attersee, left towards Oberburgau, left again towards Scharfling, onto the B154 to St. Gilgen, there at the roundabout take the third exit towards Strobl/Bad Ischl on the B158 to Pfandl. Gilgen, there at the roundabout take the third exit in the direction of Strobl/Bad Ischl on the B 158 to Pfandl, at GH Pfandl we have reached our lunch stop.
 
Approx. 11.30 a.m. stop at the Gasthaus Pfandl in Bad Ischl
 
Approx. 12:30 pm: Continue to Bad Ischl, Maria-Theresienweg car park

Line-up and photo opportunity

Stay in Bad Ischl:

From the car park it is approx. 10 minutes on foot to the town centre of Bad Ischl
Free time with the opportunity to visit the exhibitions as part of the European Capital of Culture Bad Ischl & the Salzkammergut 2024, e.g. at 14:00 in the old brewhouse, or the newly installed museum of the city of Bad Ischl, the Leharvilla, and of course the Kaiservilla.
You are also welcome to visit the traditional Zauner coffee shop or the Kuk Bar, to name just a few examples of what is on offer.

Return journey towards Vorchdorf at approx. 15:30:
 
Bad Ischl - Ebensee - Traunkirchen - Altmünster - Gmunden - Gschwandt - Kirchham - Vorchdorf
Departure approx. 15:30
Once again through the town centre of Bad Ischl, on the B 145 to Lahnstein, then onto the old Ischler Straße to Ebensee. Then back on the B 145, through Traunkirchen, turn left in Mitterndorf, over the Hamberg to Altmünster, on to Gmunden and via Gschwandt and Kirchham back to Vorchdorf.
 
The Schmecktakuläres Almtal gourmet licences can be redeemed at the partner businesses of the Schmecktakuläres Almtal, e.g. GH Dickinger in Bad Wimsbach-Neydharting, Bierhotel Ranklleiten in Pettenbach, Forellenhof Wieselmühle in Grünau im Almtal and many more. The pleasure licences are also valid at another time and do not have to be redeemed on this weekend.
https://schmecktakulaeres.almtal.at/
 
The tour has a length of approx. 150.00 KM.

 
You are welcome to extend your stay in the Traunsee-Almtal region afterwards and, for example, enjoy the Klassik Open Air in Vorchdorf in the evening, go to Viechtwang for the village festival, the Salzkammergut Open Air in Gmunden and much more!
 
Vi auguriamo un buon viaggio e divertiti!

The start package includes the following services:

    Tour suggestion
    Small snack for breakfast
    Lunch and a drink
    Other small surprises

Be part of it!

Thanks to our sponsors & partners:

Oberösterreich TV
Raiffeisenbank Salzkammergut - Vorchdorf
Susanne Attractive
Vorchdorfmedia, Vorchdorf
Werbering Vorchdorf
Market town Vorchdorf
Brewery Schloss Eggenberg
Association Schmecktakuläres Almtal
Stieglbauer - advertising and more, Vorchdorf
Traunsee-Almtal Tourism Association
Salzkammergut 2024 GmbH







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Almtal U 30 & International Cinquecento Meeting 2024 - the Tour
Tourismusverband Traunsee-Almtal - Salzkammergut
Im Dorf 17
4645 Grünau im Almtal

Phone +43 7616 8268
E-Mail almtal@traunsee-almtal.at
Web traunsee-almtal.salzkammergut.at/
https://traunsee-almtal.salzkammergut.at/

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Tour-Details

Starting place: 4655 Vorchdorf
Destination: 4655 Vorchdorf

duration: 10h 50m
length: 148,3 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 1.569m
Altitude difference (downhill): 1.569m

Lowest point: 401m
Highest point: 632m
difficulty: easy
condition: easy
panoramic view: Great panorama

Paths covering:
Street

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