Immerse yourself in nature – (e-)biking around St. Anton am Arlberg in Austria
©TVB St. Anton am Arlberg, Foto: PatrickBätz
Wild brooks, idyllic lakes, enchanting views and cosy mountain huts — St. Anton am Arlberg is a wonderful place to immerse yourself in nature. Located in the heart of Austria’s lofty mountains, the region is perfect to explore on an (e-)mountain bike. With the 14 Tours in this Collection, we would like to introduce you to the beautiful landscapes around St. Anton am Arlberg. High mountains, thick forests, and shimmering water await.
Adventuring in the mountains is easier than ever before with an e-bike. Riding an e-MTB allows you to reach new heights that would be almost impossible on a standard bicycle. Thus, your dream of embarking on a multi-day hut Tour or a trip to alpine summits can become reality. At the top, you can soak up the breathtaking alpine panoramas and take your time in the spectacular nature. Rustic mountain huts en route serve delicious food to keep you energised during your ride. Back in St. Anton am Arlberg, you can relax at your hospitable accommodation, rounding off a perfect day riding through the Alps.
St. Anton am Arlberg has everything you need for an adventure on your e-bike. You can rent an e-bike in the town if you don’t have your own and there are five brand new e-bike charging stations here too to ensure that your bike never runs out of power. For more information about biking in the area, you can pick up a dedicated guide.
To relax after your ride or for ideas on how to spend a day off the bike, have a look at the St. Anton Summer Card. The card saves you money at various attractions in the region. For example, you could take a dip at the Arlberg-WellCom swimming pool, do a yoga class, or go on a hike by torchlight. The St. Anton Summer Card has a lot to offer and you will receive it free of charge from your accommodation!
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This short tour takes you to the wonderfully lonely Maroital, where you can enjoy the splendid nature and fantastic views of the Verwall and the Albonaspitze to the lapping of the stream. It is a good bit uphill, but the slope is usually moderate and if you are on the e-bike, you have enough support anyway to fully enjoy the beautiful Tyrolean landscape.
You want the full load of alpine experience, just without the hour-long driveway? How about this plan: Grab your "St. Anton Sommerkarte "and roll casually to the valley station of the Rendlbahn. With the card, you can use the mountain railways around St. Anton for a day free of charge and with the trip up to the Rendlbahn mountain station at an altitude of around 2,020 meters, this coupon is well laid out.
This balanced alpine tour takes you from St. Anton to the foot of the Hohe Rifflers. Here you follow the beautiful bike path along the Rosanna, before it gets a bit steep. Without help, the driveway would be quite demanding. With the e-bike, you can master the good 600 meters but good. The higher you get, the better the view!
This moderately difficult tour leads along the rushing Malfonbach through the wildly romantic Malfontal valley over a forest road up to the quaint Malfonalm, which is not only wonderfully located, but also delicious meals prepared for you. Pure enjoyment at around 1,700 meters altitude. However, this must be worked out in advance. However, the path is mostly easy to ride and with the e-bike you can easily reach the cozy hut.
This moderately difficult tour takes you up to the Konstanzer Hütte at 1,688 meters above sea level, where you will not only be rewarded with excellent views from the idyllic sun terrace, but you will also be able to stop off in comfort and regain your strength. From up here you have a clear view of the breathtaking alpine panorama with its striking three-thousand meter peak, the Patteriol.
The tour to the Heilbronner Hütte is not a cozy afternoon tour for the family. Such an undertaking ends at the Konstanzer Hütte at the latest. After that, not only the physical requirements increase, but also the driving requirements. The Verwall trail from the Schönverwallalm up to the Heilbronner Hütte requires the best standing qualities both in the ascent and in the downhill with difficulty S3.