Whether on a leisurely ride with the family or speeding along as a pro, 1,300 kilometres of bike routes offer something to delight all cycling enthusiasts. Hop on a bike in Zillertal and you’re sure to be in for a real treat! After all, the region is a cycling paradise: whether with the family, on a leisurely ride or looking for an adrenalin rush, there is something to please everyone.
Auf unserem Tourenportal können alle Routen online abgerufen werden. Der Streckenverlauf wird auf einer Karte dargestellt und sämtliche Informationen wie Schwierigkeitsgrad, Dauer, Streckenlänge, Höhenprofil und Fotos stehen zur Verfügung. Dort kannst du auch zu jeder Tour die GPX-Daten heruntergeladen.
From Fügen, head up towards the Spieljochbahn mountain station. Just below the mountain station, the trail leads to the Geolsalm and on to the Gartalm.
A single trail for beginners and experts. Numerous serpentines, north-shore elements and pumps demand a lot of skill.
The bike tour starts from the Penkenbahn lift station up to the Penkenjoch. The very challenging descent into the Horbergtal valley leads over Schwendberg to Mayrhofen.
Start in Lanersbach through a section of forest before the view of the Tuxertal valley becomes clear. From the Höllensteinhütte, continue in the direction of Grieralm.
First destination: Wedelhütte. Here you can park your bike and start the ascent to the summit of the Wimbachkopf on foot.
From Alpengasthof Finkau, you cross the beautiful Wildgerlostal valley by bike to the large waterfall at the end of the valley. From there, the steep ascent to the Zittauer Hütte begins.
From Mayrhofen, take the bike in the direction of Stilluptal to the valley station of the Kasseler Hütte material cable car. From there you walk to the Kasseler Hütte.
It is often not so easy to bring the whole family together for sporting activities. Cycling is the ideal activity for young and old athletes. The Zillertal offers optimal conditions for varied tours along rivers, mountains and lakes. The leisurely routes lead past sights, playgrounds and inns
When mountain biking in the Zillertal valley you do not have to just rely on your muscle power. Seven cable cars also transport bikes up to lofty heights and take you effortlessly to the most beautiful starting points for magnificent panorama tours. With most bottom stations there are not even any stairs so bikers can ride over convenient access ramps.
Bike washing station:
Anyone who doesn't want to explore Zillertal on their own but together with an experienced guide can choose from a number of guided tours. We have just the right thing for all tastes from leisurely family trips to professional circular tours.
Action Club Zillertal
+43 664 4413074
+43 664 3139800
Alex Ganster - Buike Guiding
+43 650 5517605
Bike Guide Zillertal
+43 664 3535256
Bikeguide Tirol - Guide & Teacher
+43 664 2311256
Mountainbike Schule Tirol
+43 680 1413964
+43 664 4065650
The journey to Zillertal and mobility while on holiday are both easy if you take public transport. Zillertal has a well-developed network of buses, trains, hiking routes and taxis specially for hikers.
To make your vacation as pleasant as possible, enjoy the benefits of qualified bike & bike accommodation. These include: athletes' breakfast (fruit, muesli, ...), storage room for bikes (lockable and theft insured), bike racks in front of the house, marked washing area (water hose, washing brush), small bike repair package and much more.
Welcome to Zillertal! Where sun, snow and well-being become the meaning of life and where great freedom tempts you to let go.
Award-winning traditional inn, toque-holding restaurants, romantic lodges and stylish mountain restaurants guarantee unique taste experiences.
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Zillertal is located in the west of Austria and is the widest of the side valleys on the south side of the Inntal Valley. Get to Zillertal safely and comfortably.