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Suggestion on leisurely driving route from interlaken to Salzburg?

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Hi, our family of 4 are not thrill seekers. We are taking a trip in June to Frankfurt-Colmar-interlaken-Salzburg. We intend to pick up the rental car in Germany and return it to Frelassing. We like the flexibility of a car and nice country sceneries but do not want the stress of driving through challenging high mountain passes or lengthy two-lane winding roads. Please advise if such routes exist between interlaken and Salzburg. We do not mind to drive via Germany if that is what it takes to avoid the difficult driving conditions. On viamichelin.com, the roads cross a lot of mountains. Is there any one faint hearted like me that has driven this stretch before? I will really appreciate any insight. Thanks a lot .

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