Dream trails as far as your tires will take you — biking in Innsbruck!
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Two hearts are beating in your chest? The search for the most exciting trail, the perfect flow and at the same time the hustle and bustle of the big city? Then only one thing helps: Grab your bike and off to Innsbruck! Mountains right on your doorstep, terrain varying from gentle to alpine, ideal infrastructure and magnificent panoramas – Innsbruck has everything you need for a perfect biking adventure.
Whether you prefer a relaxing round or an epic ride over alpine pastures from hut to hut, Innsbruck has it all. Whether you want to let off steam on challenging downhill runs or find the perfect flow on a trail, you will find it in Innsbruck. And, wherever you take your bike in the region, the city is always only a few miles away. This unique combination of alpine adventure and urban lifestyle is what makes Innsbruck so special as a biking destination.
You can enjoy a coffee in the old town and conquer the legendary Nordkette Singletrail high above the rooftops of the city just an hour later. Action-packed descents in the Innsbruck Bikepark on the outskirts of the city are also easily within reach – Innsbruck has made an international name for itself. Once a year, the Bikepark Innsbruck is "Home of Crankworx" when the cult festival takes place and anyone who is anyone in the bike scene arrives to watch and learn from each other. Many of the festival's trails can be followed (in a slightly easier form). With the appropriate skills, you can tackle the 2018 Crankworx Downhill course "The Rough One" and the 2019 course "The Straight One" yourself or improve your riding technique on the pump track and the practice course.
Enduro and cross-country bikers will also find suitable routes here. The region is guaranteed to have the right trail for every type of rider and ability level – from a leisurely round of alpine pastures to a panoramic summit ride or a full day epic. You are guaranteed grandiose panoramas and a unique alpine urban flair: nowhere else in the world are the mountains and city as close as here. This makes it possible to start many mountain bike routes directly from the city. From the city to the mountain and from the mountain to the city: a motto that comes to life in Innsbruck.
In this Collection, you will find exactly this motto. We introduce you to a colorful mix of rides ranging from enjoyable panoramic routes and crisp after-work loops to long summit adventures and challenging descents.
A short lap, but it has in itself, because you collect a lot of meters on 20 kilometers. But you will be rewarded with wonderful views of the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck and the holiday village of Rum and you are spoiled for choice in which of the cozy huts along the route you take a pleasurable break…
Ellbögen is a cozy holiday village, which relies on gentle tourism and because of its beautiful location is a good base camp for your bike tours. But also from Innsbruck it is worthwhile to come here and drive this scenic tour through the quiet and picturesque Viggarrtal up to the Meissner Haus.
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This short tour begins in the popular holiday and excursion area around Obsteig in the west of the Mieminger Plateau. It's perfect for mountain bike beginners who want to measure and reward their powers. This is something more than six kilometers long initially on asphalt, later on good mobile forest…
But this tour also really combines everything that Innsbruck and the mountains around have to offer and packs it into a casual two-hour tour that you can start right in town.
So quickly a few stops by train (here is the "Bike City Card" a great offer) from Innsbruck City to "Mutterer / Kreith" and off…
The Arzler Alm Trail is perfect if you do not have much time and still want to treat yourself to your full portion of bike fun and is very suitable as a Feierabendrunde.
About 300 meters east of the Arzler Alm at the forest road intersection is the entrance to the Arzler Alm Trail (difficulty: S2, advanced…
Invest 630 meters in altitude, get almost 2000 meters out - that's a fair deal. And there are also two absolute Innsbruck cult trails, panoramic views from the trail of the city and a cozy end in the middle of the picturesque old town of Innsbruck. How should that work? The solution is called "Nordkettenbahn…
On the Mutterer Drei-Almen-Runde the parent, Raitiser (not managed) and Kreither Alm are connected on a beautiful round trip with a magnificent view of Innsbruck. You start at the base station of the Muttereralmbahn directly at the Bikepark Innsbruck (bikepark-innsbruck.com/). Technically easy on wide…
This tour takes you through the beautiful Brunntal up to the New Magdeburger Hütte. Far away from the classic routes you can enjoy the untouched nature of the Alpenpark Karwendel.
The driveway is quite long, at least 1110 meters in altitude it is necessary to overcome. Nevertheless, it offers great enjoyment…
The Tschirgantrunde is a technically less demanding, but distance very long round trip. The tour follows beautifully developed and well-paved cycling and driving paths and is relatively easy to cope with appropriate fitness. Start and finish is the parking lot of the forest swimming pool Barwies on the…
A mountain bike tour to the 2,238-meter-high summit of the Patscherkofel is indeed a sporting challenge, but an experience for all touring fans who want to go high. Adequate condition is required for the driveway to the Olympic mountain of 1964 and 1976, but for the sweaty effort you will be rewarded…
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