A unique mountainous world with majestic peaks, secluded rocky trails and idyllic alpine pastures lines the turquoise waters of Lake Achensee. The sparkling gem lies in the heart of the picturesque mountain biking region that features in this Collection. You'll get to know the fantastic landscape of the Karwendel and Rofan mountains on the seven different rides. Great trails, as well as a full apres bike program, can be found here: at the Travel Charme Hotel Fürstenhaus, a true feel-good experience awaits you after every ride. The great cuisine and the relaxing spa area ensure that you can hardly wait to experience your next mountain bike adventure the next day.
Lake Achensee is incredibly beautiful. When you leave the hotel and stroll along the Pertisau’s promenade, you could take a photo in any direction and capture the picture-perfect postcard scenery. Summer here offers a lot: you can discover the Karwendel and Rofan mountains on foot, by running, climbing or on your mountain bike. Both experienced bikers who are in search of a new challenge as well as beginners who can explore the area with an e-bike will get their money's worth here. And, you won’t be bored after your adventure – the lake itself offers a wide range of water sports and there are two golf courses on Lake Achensee. An evening stroll along the lake’s promenade is a great way to unwind after an action-packed day on the bike.
At the Travel Charme Hotel Fürstenhaus you will find the perfect base camp for your mountain bike holiday at Lake Achensee. You can leave for your epic ride directly from the hotel and, when you’re finished adventuring, you can relax in the luxurious spa and regain your strength in the excellent hotel restaurant. Your day can then end in style enjoying a glass of fine wine on the sun terrace overlooking the mountains or in front of the fire in the cozy lounge.
The hotel is well prepared for bikers. If you like, you can rent a normal mountain bike or an e-bike directly from the hotel. Most of the routes in this Collection are also suitable for beginners. Sport Leithner bike shop, only two minutes away from the hotel, will help you out if you have a technical problem with your own mountain bike. There's also a special treat on top: as soon as you check-in at the hotel, you'll receive the Achensee Card for free. This will give you all kinds of discounts in the region and you can use the Regiobus Achensee free of charge.
This video gives you a small taste of what your unforgettable mountain bike holiday at Lake Achensee will look like:
From the shore of the Achensee, you set off. This tour takes you up to the summit of the Feilkopf, where a beautiful view awaits you. On the way you come to beautiful vantage points and cozy pastures over. Back on the same way - but only downhill!The Feilkopf is 1,562 meters high - above you have a great view of the Achensee, from which you overcome 600 meters in altitude, until you arrive at the summit cross. The way here leads over a quiet, paved side road or on well-fortified gravel roads, so it is easy to master from the ground. The slope, however, it has sometimes in itself. If you go without an "E", it's fine if you push in between times. With E-MTB it goes much more relaxed and you do not need to worry about your battery at all: He easily puts away about ten kilometers of driveway.Just before you reach the summit you pass the Feilalm. In the cozy snack bar you should definitely come and enjoy a hearty meal or a refreshment - and of course enjoy the breathtaking view of the lake in peace.
Turquoise blue water, excursion boats, swimming pools and surfers - on the shores of Lake Achen comes immediately holiday feeling on. On this tour, the perfect mix of beach, water and mountain panorama awaits you - and all this relaxed. Because the bike path on the shores of the Achensee runs almost flat. An ideal tour to get to know the beautiful area.You start in Pertisau on the shore of the Achensee and follow the handsome promenade, which invites you to take a break and enjoy the great view. Just pick it up for later and look forward to a relaxing end to the tour.You first drive to the southern tip of the lake. Here the shore is lined with beautiful water plants - the view of the lake is particularly impressive here. Past Maurach you will come to the eastern shore, where the bike path runs directly on the water. Almost all the time, the path is lined by steep rocks on one side and a wooden railing on the other side. The eye goes along all the time and it never gets boring.At the northern tip of the lake, you turn back and drive back the bike path. If you feel like it, find a nice swimming spot and cool off a bit in the crystal clear water. Alternatively, you can end the tour with a boat trip: On the eastern shore, there are several jetties from which you can sail with your bike over to Pertisau.
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"Small but powerful," they say. Okay, for a bike tour fits "short but good" probably better. In any case, but it can be stated that it is less than six kilometers of this short tour fustdick behind the ears. For the first three kilometers, you'll master 480 altitude meters. Which also makes it clear who this tour appeals to: Bikers who want to exhaust themselves in the shortest possible time. Or e-bikers who just smile tiredly over the steep climb and instead enjoy the highlight of the tour: the brilliant view from the 1,669-meter-high Plumssattel and the quaint Plumsjoch hut with delicious Tyrolean cuisine.To start the tour, you come by car, which you can park in the parking lot at the Gernalm. Alternatively, you can of course also start directly from the shore of the Achensee. A small road called Pertisau leads up to the pasture and gives you another 240 extra meters in altitude. However you do it, it's worth it! This is already clear during the climb, because the higher you come, the more impressive is the view of the mountains and down to the Achensee. And after you have arrived in the Plumsjochhütte, you can be satisfied and satisfied that the way back only leads downhill.
This short round is just right for you if you want to get to know the surrounding area around Pertisau in all its facets, without spending too much time and without wasting your time. It combines wonderful panoramic views, idyllic nature, wonderful tranquility and a rustic Refreshments on just about twelve kilometers in length. Your Achensee holiday can hardly begin any better!You start right on the shore of the Achensee and follow the beautiful bike path, which always runs directly on the water. Just for this section, the short round has earned its name: Stop and enjoy the wonderful view of the Achensee and the mountains all around.Then you leave the lakeshore and the route leads up the forested slope of the Zwölferkopf for a good distance, before you roll casually down into the idyllic Dristenaubachtal. You follow the brook of the same name slightly uphill until the route turns right onto a well-manageable gravel path. From up here you have a wonderful view of the mountains around - perfect panorama, this tour does not get its name in vain.Now it's just downhill. Past the huge golf course you roll back to Pertisau, where just before the end of the tour, the "cross country skiing trail" offers a rustic retreat. If you are more in the mood for the highest culinary delights, you simply continue to the Achensee, where you can be pampered by the kitchen of the Travel Charme Hotel Fürstenhaus according to all the rules of the art.
This challenging tour is just right for you if you want to spend a wonderful day in the mountains. It combines all the natural highlights that you can experience around the Achensee. You drive along the picturesque lake shore and make a detour to the Inn Valley. You master demanding climbs and enjoy endless runs. On the way you expect breathtaking views, idyllic pastures and cozy rest stops.The tour begins quite relaxed on the bike path that runs right on the banks of the Achensee - a wonderful warm-up followed by a great descent into the Inn Valley. Now follow the Inn a bit before the route bends towards the mountain. The following climb is long and sometimes very steep. Here are perseverance and tight calves in demand - and especially in the last few kilometers, it is no shame to push the bike. Just do it relaxed and stay quiet, because the view up here is so grandiose, that it is worthwhile to let it take its time.From afar you can see the Lamsenjochhütte and look forward to a cozy break on the terrace or in the rustic room. The most demanding part of the tour you have already done! Now follows a great descent with all sorts of possibilities for stopovers. The Almendorf Eng is definitely worth a break and the Große Ahornboden is definitely recommended for a photo stop.Through Plumsbachtal it goes uphill for a while again - up in the quaint Plumsjochhütte offers another stop. Rest a bit, treat yourself to a refreshment and look forward to the last part of the tour - from now on it's just downhill!This tour is also a challenge for experienced bikers. You drive through the middle of the mountains of the Karwendel, mastering a lot of altitude on some difficult terrain. Therefore, you should plan for the approximately 57 kilometers quiet a whole day. Also keep in mind that you can not just break off the round: bring enough provisions and water and check the weather forecast before departure so you will not be surprised by a thunderstorm. If you ever get a change of weather, you should be prepared with rainwear and a warm layer for it. With some preparation, this tour will be a truly unforgettable experience in the mountains!
Although this beautiful round is only about 17 kilometers long, it still has something in it. Because it leads you up to over 1,600 meters to the idyllic Weißenbachalm. You usually drive over loose paths and demanding single trails. If you are looking for a small but challenging mountain adventure, then this tour is just right.You start at the idyllic Achensee and follow the paved bike path on the lakeshore. After about five kilometers you are warm and the mountain adventure can begin. The route now bends to the right and leads you quickly into the idyllic Weißenbachtal. Over a loose path, it is now mostly steep uphill, until you finally reach the picturesque Weißenbachalm. Up here you have a wonderful view of the mountains - the perfect reward for the long climb. If you like, you can now relax and take a rest. Alternatively, wait a little later with the Bärenbadalm the next worthwhile refreshments on you. And of course nothing speaks against two breaks in a row - you are in no hurry, because you have reached the highest point of the round long ago. From now on, it's just downhill.The descent on the tunnel path is really awesome. The rocky path is bounded on one side by steep rocks, on the other side it goes down deep. Again and again you drive through small tunnels - a real adventure! Just be vigilant, because even hikers enjoy this path. If all is considered, the trail is all the more fun.Back at the lake, you can look for a cozy place on the shore and relax in front of a fine postcard backdrop. If the stomach growls and you feel like something special, the kitchen of the Travel Charme Hotel Fürstenhaus invites you to a culinary reward of the extra class.Tip:
To master the long climb on your own, you need tight calves. It's easier on the e-bike, which you can borrow at the Travel Charme Hotel.
Wonderful mountains, cozy mountain pastures and also a boat trip - this tour really offers everything for a pleasurable mountain bike ride around the "Unnütze", a mountain massif northeast of the Achensee. And best of all: Even if the round requires some stamina, it is still suitable for beginners. Most of the time, you will be riding on simple gravel roads without technical challenges, and at the end of the only steep ascent you can relax and rest on the Köglalm.Before you pedal yourself, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery in peace and from a very special perspective during the boat trip across the Achensee. At the jetty Scholastika then starts the tour. First gently, later steeper, you follow a wide gravel path up to the Köglalm. It's perfectly okay if it gets too steep for you. Just get off and push your bike. This is part of the mountains and offers you the opportunity to enjoy in peace the beautiful view that is present everywhere.Freshly strengthened, the more relaxed part of the tour awaits you. At first steeper, later only slightly downhill, you circle around the Unnütze. You drive past Steinberg am Rofan - maybe you feel like making a little detour to find out if he rightly calls himself "the most beautiful end of the world"? In the further course you have a clear view of the Guffert, whose distinctive peak towers 2,194 meters high into the sky. About the gravel Steinbergweg now you drive back towards Achensee. A short break before arrival at the starting point of the tour is worth a break in Achenkirch, the "Tyrolean fjord" at the northern tip of the lake.Tip:
This round is suitable for every skill level. Anyone who is used to driving long and enduring can easily extend it by almost 30 kilometers with the help of the Achensee cycle path. If, on the other hand, the initial climb is too much for you, you can simply borrow an e-MTB with a battery that easily puts away the 29-kilometer tour and turns the tour into a true pleasure ride.