Unlimited mountain bike fun – singletrack paradise in East Tyrol
bikeboard – Ronald Kalchhauser
Nestled between Großglockner and the Dolomites, there is unlimited cycling fun to be had. Wild nature, 266 three-thousand-meter summits (peaks higher than 9,500 feet) and countless downhill trails, singletracks, and service parks welcome you to East Tyrol. Altogether, the high Alpine landscape and the quiet, lonely valleys of East Tyrol offer over 310 miles (500 kilometers) of mountain bike trails. With the Grossglockner and the Dolomites in view, the routes are perfect for both less experienced mountain bikers and true experts. In this Collection, we present seven brand new trails in the Bikepark Lienz and in the Bikepark Großglockner Resort, which are waiting to be discovered by you. We also show you the best classics of the region, which you shouldn't miss.
For a long time, East Tyrol has been considered an insider tip, known only to a selection of serious mountain bikers. But now, the region — which is characterized in the north by the Hohe Tauern National Park and in the south by the Lienz Dolomites — has joined the ensemble of top Tyrolean MTB destinations. With as many as 266 3,000-meter (9,500-feet) peaks, the region is perfect for hikers and bikers alike — and with a designated network of world-class singletracks, East Tyrol is the perfect playground for your next big mountain biking adventure. And not only that: the new Bikepark Hochstein above Lienz offers the best conditions for downhill fans with the flow "Lakata-Trail". If you prefer classic singletracks instead, however, don't miss the high Alpine Glockner trails in Kals.
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"Short and crisp" - that's the best way to describe this beautiful bike route through the middle of a high Alpine pasture. The trails here will inspire you, as well as the overwhelming alpine panorama: Again and again you have a clear view of more than 60 three-thousanders, including directly on the…
The Gornerbergweg is brand new in the Bikepark Großglockner Resort and perfect for those who want to set off on their own muscle in the direction of trail fun. Although there are a lot of altitude in front of you, on well drivable gravel roads but with a bit of stamina and fitness is no problem. And…
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The Kals-Matreier-Törl Trail extends the Gornerbergweg up into the high alpine area up to about 2,400 meters altitude. So you can go on well-mobile trails completely from their own muscle power of Großdorf past the middle station of the gondola Kals up to the managed Kals-Matreier-Törl house.
Matrei is a picturesque place in East Tyrol and that's why it's worth a trip. All around is the impressive mountain world with Austria's highest mountain peaks. No matter where you look: panoramic views are guaranteed. This tour takes it one step further. Because you slowly but surely climb up to 2,200…
On this approximately 650 meters long track you can let it rip neatly. The track consists of various steep curves and many jumps. Since these have no gaps, even mountain bike beginners can have fun here. On the whole trail the speed determines the difficulty.
If you need a break after the rapid descent…
A bike trail named after a racing bike world champion? What raises questions at first glance makes perfect sense. Because who knows Peter Sagan, who knows that he is a true all-rounder on the bike. Of course, his hobbyhorse is the road bike. However, the extroverted Tour de France star from Slovenia…
Welcome to the Jungle is a "crisp" variation of the Peter Sagan Trail. On the way, the trail splits into two lines. The Jungle Variation of the Peter Sagan Trail has it all: 600 meters of black MTB piste lead you over tricky roots and stone fields. This section is only for advanced mountain bikers. After…
The Lakata Trail is the new bike highlight at the gates of Lienz. The new Flowtrail, which you can easily reach with the Lienz Schlossbergbahn, opened at the end of 2017. At the top, 2.2 kilometers and 20 minutes of the finest driving fun are waiting for you!
The Schlossbergbahn takes you comfortably…
The Adler Trails is brand new, it was only completed in early 2018. The single trail starts at the mountain station of the Kals gondola lift at Cimaross. With views of more than 60 three-thousander, it's about 3.7 kilometers long on the extremely flowing singletrack 420 meters down. Endstation is the…
The natural Gornerwald Trail offers everything a successful freeride route needs. On the singletrack scale, the descent is graded in sections between S4 and S5. The start of the trail is the middle station of the GG-Resort Bergbahnen at 1,960 meters. The finish is at 1,260 meters in the district of Gro…
This tour climbs to the most beautiful viewing platforms and shifts from hut to hut, where you can spend the night. So you can control how long you drive and whether you want to be on the road for two, three or four days.
The route revolves around the city of Lienz counterclockwise and climbs over the…
This tour starts in Hinterbichl, a small town in the Virgen Valley, where the Isel and Dorferbach rivers meet. Located at 1,329 meters, you start in the middle of the beautiful mountains of East Tyrol.
Let's start at the Gasthof Islitzer. You cycle first on the driveway in the direction of Groderhof…
At a starting altitude of 1,389 meters, this cycle tour begins in St. Jakob in the Defereggen Valley. The efforts of this difficult, more than 43 kilometers long route will be rewarded with the scenic beauty of the area, which is also called the "Tibet East Tyrol". After many a steep climb you will enjoy…
If you want to bike in peace and quiet in a naturally preserved mountain valley, you are in good hands in Villgratental on the "Innervillgraten mountain bike path". Because wide alpine pastures and a wonderful, untouched mountain world make the valley a real paradise.
Starting directly in the village…
This tour takes you along historical paths with a turbulent history that once began with the timber trade. Obertilliach once delivered high-quality spruce wood all the way to Venice, which established the prosperity of the region. At that time, the wood was still transported by horse or ox wagon, which…
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