Austrian Lakes Walk

From $1493 per person

****# Based on 33 customer reviews
  • Snow-capped peaks, lush green meadows and unspoilt forest trails
  • Luxury 4-star hotels throughout
  • Crystal-clear lakes, babbling streams, tranquil shores, secluded bays
  • Picturesque waterfront villages, postcard-pretty castles and cobbled streets crammed with attractive frescoed houses
  • Varied rest day choices: water sports, mountain rail rides, lake cruisers and Mozart's fairytale city of Salzburg

What's included?

  • Please call for departure dates
  • 8 nights, hotel-to-hotel
  • All continental breakfasts and 7 evening meals
  • Managed locally by Headwater employed representative
  • Sustainability rating: 95%
  • Route notes and maps provided
  • Luggage transfers between hotels

Excellent for...

Austrian Lakes Walk

This holiday offers a glorious mix of spectacular scenic views, wooded forest trails, 'chocolate box' villages and swimming opportunities galore! The walks are relaxed, following mainly well-marked routes with stunning lake views every day.

Every stop brings new discoveries: St Wolfgang's antique cog railway to the summit of the Schafberg, Mozart's museum in St Gilgen, and Mondsee's frescoed high street where the church was the location for the wedding in 'The Sound of Music' to name but a few. If you fancy a change from walking, local buses and boats shuttle you between delightful lakeside villages making exploration easy. Regional highlights include Emperor Franz Josef's summer residence in Bad Ischl (from here he declared war on Serbia, which led to WW1), St Wolfgang's Pfarrkirche with its outstanding Baroque altar created by Michael Pacher, and the fairytale city of Salzburg.

You stay in 4-star luxury, family-run hotels that are calm and relaxing places to spend time, with feel-good wellness centres, plus high levels of quality and attention to detail. In Bad Ischl, your grand historic townhouse, with its two swimming pools, massage room and salt-healing caves, feels more like an Austrian stately home, while the Gasthof zur Post in St Gilgen, once a stage coach stop, dates back over 600 years.

These walks are mainly easy and follow well marked routes, however there are some forested sections where the terrain is inclined and loose under foot. Walking boots are recommended.

Day-by-day itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive at Bad Ischl

Arrive at your 4-star hotel in Bad Ischl and relax before dinner in the first-class wellness centre.

Day 2 - Bad Ischl to Strobl 17km/11mi/4hr or 19km/12mi/6hr

Walk (2km) or take the cable car from Bad Ischl to the summit of Katrin (1393m). There are fabulous 360° views of Traun and Hallstatt lakes, backed by the impressive Hollengebirge and Dachstein peaks. From here, your route takes you down the forested Katrin Pass. Tiny violet gentian flowers perfume your route as you pass Nussen Lake, a great picnic spot. Continue along the valley following the River Traun until you reach Strobl. Here you'll stay at the elegant 4-star Hotel Bergrose.

Day 3 or 5 - At Strobl

There's lots to see and do in the village of Strobl, including a summer toboggan run and a wide range of water sports; you can also join one of the many hop on, hop off lake cruisers or visit the natural beach for sunbathing. Alternatively, take the local bus (80 mins) to Mozart's city of Salzburg and explore its Baroque palaces, Renaissance gardens and the oldest open air theatre in Europe.

Day 4 or 6 - Strobl to St Wolfgang 15km/9.5mi/4hr

Today you leave Strobl behind, taking a path up into woodland before emerging with superb valley and mountain views. You continue to Schwarzensee in time for lunch at one of the restaurants, with panoramic views over the lake, or for a picnic on the lake shore. Then head down along the Sattlweg via verdant meadows, pretty hamlets and a superb panorama, to Lake Wolfgang and your 4 star hotel with a private swimming area on the lake.

Day 5 or 7 - At St Wolfgang

Relax on Lake Wolfgang, a stunning expanse of vivid turquoise waters, popular with yacht owners, kite surfers and fellow walkers. Enjoy lunch in the pretty town, renowned for its beautiful C15 church and frescoed houses or take the cog railway to the top of Schafberg for panoramic views across the region.

Day 6 or 8 - St Wolfgang to St Gilgen 12km/7.5mi/3.5hr

From St Wolfgang, take The Pilgrim's Way to the Falkenstein Chapel, curiously built into the cliff face, then follow the stations of the cross back down to the shores of Lake Wolfgang at Furberg. Follow a wooded trail to the pretty hamlet of Winkl, then continue through archetypal Austrian meadow vistas. You'll follow another forest trail around the bottom of the Buchberg, before descending through trees - with glimpses of Lake Wolfgang - down into St Gilgen and your traditional, family-run hotel built in 1330!

Day 7 or 9 - At St Gilgen

A thriving lace-making centre in the 1700s, today St Gilgen is a delightful village with a busy waterfront, lined with restaurants. Mozart's mother was born here and you can visit her house which now includes a small museum. Or, follow the Mozartsteg to Fuschl, passing between the Ellmautall and Eibenberg mountains. Continue through the heart of a nature reserve along forested paths teeming with multi-coloured butterflies until you catch a breathtaking view of tranquil Fuschlsee, the smallest of the Salzkammergut lakes but without doubt one of the prettiest. Return by bus to St Gilgen.

Day 8 or 10 - St Gilgen (Fuschl) to Mondsee 11km/7mi/3hr

Take the bus (11 mins) to Fuschl from where a wooded trail gently ascends the remains of Wartenfels Castle - from the remains you'll catch fantastic aerial views of Fuschlsee, Irrsee and Mondsee. Take the optional walk to the summit of the Schober; at 1320m you gaze over to Lake Wolfgang and the Schafberg peaks. Treat yourself to a well-earned Viennese coffee and apfelstrudel in Mondsee's central square looking out over St Michael's Basilica, famously used in The Sound of Music.

Day 9 or 11 - Leave Mondsee


For a longer tour, why not consider combining this with our Lakes and Mountains of Carinthia Walk

Where you stay

During your holiday you stay at the following hotels. If you'd like to extend your time at any of these or, if you'd like to enhance your stay with an upgraded room, just let us know at the time of booking. You can call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 to discuss accommodation options.

Landhotel Hubertushof, Bad Ischl   (4 Star)

Landhotel Hubertushof, Bad Ischl

The Hubertushof Hotel is right in the centre of Bad Ischl. It is a grand historic townhouse that has been converted by the Panhuber Family into a 29 room hotel.

The hotel feels like a small Austrian stately home, with oil paintings on the walls, classic Austrian furniture and pictures of the family along some of the corridors.

Bedrooms are traditional with wooden furnishings and quality fabrics.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Swimming pool
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Safe

Hotel Bergrose, Strobl   (4 Star)

Hotel Bergrose, Strobl

This a beautiful 30 room hotel based a 5 minute bike ride from the eastern shore of Wolfgangsee on the outskirts of the village of Strobl.

It is a traditional building with wooden balconies and Gothic script on the exterior, and is located on a river bank next to a meadow. It has a lovely secluded garden, and three floors of perfect Austrian wood panelled luxury inside.

Rooms here are suites - all Headwater rooms have a balcony - with shower or bath. All the rooms are beautifully decorated with quality pine furniture and comfortable beds.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • Swimming pool
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Safe

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Banking / cheques cashed

Strandhotel Margaretha, St Wolfgang   (4 Star)

Strandhotel Margaretha

The Strandhotel Margaretha sits prettily on the shores of Wolfgangsee, on the fringes of the village of St Wolfgang and just a stone's throw from the Schafberg railway and the lake steamers' landing stage. It has been in the Volger family for over 100 years and there are old style photos of family members decorating the hotel's walls. The hotel simply oozes elegance, comfort and charm, with each bedroom even featuring its own individual sound system! The hotel also benefits from a sauna and solarium.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Safe
  • Tea/coffee facilities

Hotel Gasthof Zur Post, St Gilgen   (4 Star)

Hotel Gasthof Zur Post, St Gilgen

Literally follow in the footsteps of travelers from the past as the Family Leitner welcome you to the Gasthof Zur Post. The building dates back over 600 years at one time a Stage Coaching stop before becoming a hotel. Inside you have a wonderful blend of history and tradition.

Centrally located and just a few minutes' walk from Wolfgangsee Lake, the Zur Post makes an ideal base from which to explore the local area, the Music and Mozart Museums or hike up Zwolferhorn or be pampered in the sauna and steam spa.

The rooms here have been very recently renovated, and contain all the mod-cons you would expect from a 4 star hotel - hairdryer, telephone, safe, TV and mini bar. Most rooms have a balcony too; please request this at the time of booking.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Safe

Hotel Leitnerbraeu, Mondsee   (4 Star)

Hotel Leitnerbraeu, Mondsee

The Leitnerbraeu Hotel can be found in the very heart of Mondsee, just a stone's throw from the famous church used in 'The Sound of Music' and a 5 minute stroll from the lakeside where there are frequent summer shows and events.

A 30 room family run property, it is broad, modern and spacious inside while retaining the typical Tyrol architecture outside. Bedrooms are extremely spacious with queen size beds and traditional wooden furnishings.



Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Mastercard accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Safe

Nearby facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine



Extra nights and stop over hotels

If you'd like to extend your trip with extra nights at the start or end, or if you'd like to arrange a stop off point en-route, then we recommend the following hotels.

Hotel NH Salzburg, Salzburg   (4 star)

Hotel NH Salzburg, Salzburg

The 4 star NH Salzburg is a modern hotel, located just a 10 minute walk from the centre of the city. It is quite a substantial size with 140 bedrooms, and is a good option in Salzburg for its excellent location, perfect for both the historic sights in the old town and the shopping in the newer part of the city.

The traditional light stone exterior of the building gives way to a very modern interior, which is carried throughout the hotel with a spacious, light marbled lobby and café where snacks are served throughout the day on the ground floor in reception.

Bedrooms are smart and professionally presented either in burgundy and cream colours, or light pastels, and furniture is modern and of a very high standard.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Markus Sittikus, Salzburg   (4 star)

Markus Sittikus, Salzburg

The 4 star Markus Sittikus is a beautifully presented hotel, based in an 18C building with a mustard façade located in a quiet side street not far from the Mirabell palace, just a 15 minute walk from the old city.

Inside the hotel the décor is attractive and individual, with bold colours like mustard yellow and red tartan in the comfortable bar area, and some colourful murals painted on the walls throughout the building. Public rooms have period furniture, and the upbeat interior; combined with the personal attention you receive from the friendly staff, make a stay here particularly memorable.

The hotel has 39 rooms though it feels smaller, with television (CNN/BBC), direct dial phones and hairdryers. Each one is individually decorated with attractive colour combinations and solid wooden furniture, in keeping with the age and status of the building.

It is also one of the few hotels in Salzburg to have a garden to relax in, if you are looking for some respite after doing the sights.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • Mastercard accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet access
  • Television

Hotel Austria, Vienna   (3 star)

Hotel Austria, Vienna

The location of the Hotel Austria could not be more central in Vienna. The Fleischmarkt is within walking distance of all the city centre attractions, and the opportunities for dining out are plentiful in the evenings.

The hotel is squirreled away up a small alleyway so looks quite unassuming. It is an enormous traditional building with a grand spiral central staircase. The public rooms on the ground floor are all very high with an atmosphere of faded and comfortable rather than modern grandeur. Ancient maps of the city hang behind reception and reds and crimsons form much of the décor, with antique furnishings dotting the lounge from where you can access the internet.

Bedrooms upstairs are off long corridors, and have high windows and dark wooden furnishings and velvet chairs. All come with satellite TV, minibars and tea and coffee making facilities.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Tea/coffee facilities

Travel options

Transfers included from Salzburg airport at 13:35, and back to Salzburg airport at 11:30.

Please call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 or email info@breakaway-adventures.com to arrange connecting flights.

Customer reviews

Everyone who goes on a Headwater holiday will be emailed a link to our post-holiday questionnaire where they can give us an honest assessment of all aspects of their holiday - everything from how quickly we answer the phone to how clean the hotels were - plus, of course, an overall rating and comments about their holiday.

Any feedback collected is posted straight to our website - totally unedited. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of our holidays, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.

Reviewed by Mrs Snape on 20/08/2016

*****
It was an excelent holiday but thought it rated a higher difficulty than one boot as it was challenging in places.

Reviewed by Ms Gorham on 14/08/2016

***#.
A Good weeks walking holiday, with four walk days in wonderful countryside. Weather can be varied (even in August) so some of the days - first and last day up and down mountains can be slippery and hard on the knees taking longer than the specified time. You need to take plenty of water and a packed lunch. The first two hotels with swimming pools provided some good facilities for wet days inbetween walking, however the last three hotels had limited facilities. St Gilgen in the rain does not have much to offer. Colin and Jill were great reps and worked hard. We knew they were there if we wanted them. We arranged our own flights so as not to come via Frankfurt and this provided us with an extra two nights in Salzburg either end of the holiday.

Reviewed by Mrs Hoddinott on 29/07/2016

*****
Lovely scenery and excellent walking. Accommodation was excellent . An altogether very memorable holiday

Reviewed by Mrs Lawrence on 23/07/2016

*****
Thank you Headwater - A superb well organised walking holiday in a stunningly beautiful part of Austria. All the hotels were of a consistanly high standard & our reps Jill & Colin were always mmediately available to answer any questions & to suggest alternative routes when the weather was against us.

Reviewed by Mrs Makin on 23/06/2016

***#.
GOOD HOTELS AND GOOD WALKS, THE WALKS WERE HARDER THAN WE HAD BEEN ON BEFORE, VERY WET GROUND MADE WALKING VERY DIFFICULT

Reviewed by Mrs Farebrother on 13/06/2016

*****
The Salzkammergut is a fabulous area to explore and this is just a taster for future visits. As with all grading on the walking holidays, this one varies between 1 boot and 2 boots depending on the gradient and conditions, so 1+ is very much an average. Some of the steep descents when wet are very tricky underfoot. Our favourite hotels were the Bergrose and the Hollweger, for their location and warmth of welcome/comfort.

Reviewed by Dr Rayner on 03/06/2016

*****
We had just the right balance for us of challenging walks with wonderful views, days off, options for wet weather and guaranteed luxury accommodation. We also made friends with two other people who were doing the same routes as we were. Instructions sent in advance and on arrival were helpful, and we knew that we could call on our holiday reps to help us in any emergency. We were able to learn about Austrian culture and food without feeling that we had given up all of our home comforts.

Reviewed by Mrs Turrell on 09/09/2015

***#.
walking is more challenging than described with gravel underfoot often making the going tough and slippery. Be prepared for no evening entertainment with locations very dull in September. Learn some german as majority of signs did not translate for visitors.

Reviewed by Mrs Taylor on 05/09/2015

*****
Well organised, extremely good hotels in lovely locations. First class food and service. The whole experience was wonderful and would highly recommend it to those looking for a similar holiday.

Reviewed by Mr Taylor on 31/08/2015

*****
Excellent holiday in an excellent location... 10 out of 10. Looking forward to returning.

Reviewed by Pro Beevers on 17/08/2015

*****
Very attentive hard-working reps. Quite challenging walking in terms of ascent and sometimes difficulty underfoot especially in wet weather. Possibly two boot. Pretty villages with plenty to do on days off. Startlingly poor 'welcome' in Seewinkel left us fuming but was very much the exception. Excellent food throughout and interesting hotels generally.

Reviewed by Ms Druce on 21/07/2015

*****
From the minute we booked with Headwater we have had excellent service. Even though we never dealt with 1 consultant - bit confusing as we had many people reply to our emails - everyone who did reply knew exactly what the previous person had said or done. Would perhaps be better to deal with 1 consultant. Our reps who fetched and dropped us off were great - even messaged to see how the day went and when they knew the weather was going to be extremely hot warned us and said they could pick us up at an earlier location if need be. They also recommended things to do on our days off which was great. The Hotels were very very good - we could not complain about anything. Value for money I do not know how to answer as for us coming from South Africa with the weak Rand - it was very expensive but that cannot be a judgement on the overall value as we would have no idea how a person earning pounds would have found the price to be.

Reviewed by Mr McPoland on 17/06/2015

***#.
The hotels were all very different, but uniformly good, and provision for Vegetarian Food was excellent. Austria is a spectacular country to walk in. Some parts of the walks were in my opinion rather more challenging than a 1 boot designation would imply, so it came as a bit of a surprise to my wife, who isn't a regular walker, but we coped. Way-marking is excellent, so the route notes were quite a bit redundant, and sometimes inaccurate or misleading. The rep gave us handwritten amendments. I would have thought in this day and age, it would be simple to keep a master copy of the notes up to date via the Internet, and only printed on demand, rather than as I assume, get an old copy from a stockpile which had been printed some time ago. These are minor niggles, and we both enjoyed the holiday very much.

Reviewed by Mr O'brien on 14/06/2015

*****
Excellent holiday,warm welcome everywhere. Walks were lovely and we were very fortunate to have great weather!

Reviewed by Mr Brook on 06/06/2015

***#.
Need to look carefully at transit times in Frankfurt. Did not like eating in a separate dining room in Hotel Zur Post - the service in this restaurant was very slow so much so that the waitresses apologised to us!!! However these are minor details and generally the holiday was very good.

Reviewed by Dr Livsey on 24/05/2015

*****
All went smoothly.

Reviewed by Dr Garwood on 07/10/2014

*****
We've been on quite a few Headwater holidays & we've never been disappointed

Reviewed by Mr Buckenham on 08/09/2014

***#.
The Austrian lake district is beautiful when the sun shines, unfortunately we only had two days when we saw the sun ; a lot of heavy rain and drizzle made us reluctant to consider another holiday in Austria.

Reviewed by Mrs Lanczak on 12/08/2014

*****
A really lovely holiday, despite some wet weather at times the walks were great. Some were challenging in wet weather, it's a good idea to take a pole if you don't normally, we found them useful. There are some climbs on the walk and downward paths can be slippery, making it 'moderate' at times(hence the boot +). Truly beautiful area that is well worth seeing, there was always a new and spectacular view just around the corner. The hotels were well placed and of excellent quality; we had some great food presented to us. Our rep was very helpful and the notes were thorough and accurate. Two flights was interesting - don't panic about the short transfer time the airline has it sorted - all very well organised. Thoroughly enjoyable holiday.

Reviewed by Mrs Kearney on 14/07/2014

*****
Fantastic holiday, very comfortable hotels, food always delicious. Loved the freedom that walking from hotel to hotel gave us with the option to do as we liked on alternate days.

Reviewed by Mrs Gardner on 13/06/2014

***#.
Overall the holiday was a pleasant experience with hotels of high standard in good locations. Those preferring a twin-bedded room should be aware that these are rare in Austria and in particular in the hotels used for this holiday.

Reviewed by Mr Loaring on 03/06/2014

*****
Our holiday was accurately described and meticulously planned. The logistics worked well and fell into place seamlessly. Our needs were well catered for and the luggage was looked after carefully as it was transported between hotels. We would not have wished to have stayed in anything less than four star designated hotels, and even some of those were only just adequate and of a standard we would have expected. The same rating does not confirm that all hotels are of a similar standard, and they can vary to a great extent. The best hotels, however, were very good indeed. The location and scenery were idyllic but the guide notes for each of the walks need greater detail in places and should avoid the use of vague terms such as 'after a short while...' as this gives little indication of how far or for how long you will have to walk before reaching the next way point. It would also be very useful to know when to expect a very steep climb or very narrow and rough paths.

Reviewed by Mrs Cockerill on 23/09/2013

*****
The holiday was described as easy however I would have to agree with a previous reviewer and say that some parts were moderate as opposed to easy, we had a bad start to the holiday and our flight was cancelled....we had to sort out our own flights plus connections not Headwater fault but still very annoying and when we landed at Salzburg my husbands case was missing and it arrived from Frankfurt at 10pm that night....we had to ring the rep and the number given to us was incorrect so we ended up ringing the 1st hotel which gave us his number....however on saying all of that it was still an enjoyable holiday despite the weather not been kind to us....it rained very heavily for most of the week

Reviewed by Mrs Whitehead on 14/09/2013

*****
Wonderful scenery, locals friendly and a good selection of hotels

Reviewed by Mr Hunt on 14/09/2013

*****
One of the best Headwater holidays that we have taken, enhanced by good weather conditions.

Reviewed by Mrs Merrett on 22/08/2013

*****
Beautiful location, excellent walking and Hotel Bergrose was outstanding, both in friendliness, location and excellent cuisine.

Reviewed by Mr Davidson on 15/08/2013

*****
An excellent energetic yet relaxing holiday staying at some very nice hotels.

Reviewed by Mr King on 10/08/2013

*****
Perfectly designed holiday schedule to give variation, adventure, interest and enjoyment. Professionally looked after.

Reviewed by Mr Emerson on 22/07/2013

*****
Interesting and quiet area with easy walking yet hill tops accessible by gondolas and the Schafberg cog railway.

Reviewed by Mr Conaghan on 23/06/2013

*****
Wonderful walking country, excellent hotels, only grumble concerns the flight times ( getting too old for 3am starts )

Reviewed by Mr Cotton on 18/06/2013

***#.
Lovely part of Austria and some excellent hotels. Walking was at times more moderate than leisurely. Pity about the weather!

Reviewed by Mr Boyce on 12/06/2013

*****
The weather was not very kind to us but in spite of that we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.It has made us think seriously about similar Headwater holidays that we might otherwise have dismissed!

Reviewed by Mrs Macpherson on 12/06/2013

***#.
A beautiful part of Austria with generally easy walking and lots to occupy the days off. Excellent hotels.

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Holiday details

Holiday type

Self-guided walking, hotel-to-hotel. Managed locally by Headwater employed rep.

Departures

Please call for departure dates, for 9 days (8 nights). This holiday departs every 2 days, however non-standard arrivals and altered itineraries may be possible - please call for prices.

Meals

All continental breakfasts and 7 evening meals.

Other details

Please see our Planning your holiday and What's included in the price? pages for additional information. Please call us for single room supplements, room upgrade options and child prices.

Starting your tour

Transfers included from Salzburg airport at 13:35, and back to Salzburg airport at 11:30.

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