Mountain biking

Mountain biking in Austria

High mountains, wide valleys and breathtakingly beautiful scenery, form the perfect backdrop for your mountain bike holiday in Austria. In this country you will find everything that makes the heart of a real mountain bike fan beat faster. Natural single trails lead you down into the valley in an unmistakable flow, wide forest paths and shared trails are also available. In the bike parks and on the pump tracks you can hone your technique. Whether you count yourself among the professionals or a rookie, it’s irrelevant. The possibilities to let off steam with the mountain bike are limitless. Never far away: a VAYA hotel or apartment that becomes your home base during your mountain bike holiday in Austria.


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Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is considered the largest bike region in Austria. Here you will find several hotels and apartments from the VAYA Group.

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Mountain bike paradise

As a rule of thumb: where there is a mountain, there is a bike trail – at least in the Alpine republic. Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn offers you as the largest bike region in Austria with over 80 kilometers of single trails, flowlines, downhill tracks and recently also Learn to Ride Beginner areas. 9 mountain railways take you to the adventure playground between Tyrol and the Salzburger Land. In the Ötztal Alps the Bike Republic Sölden offer action-packed descents with stunning views of the mountain peaks in the area.

The Ötztal offers you around 660 kilometers of mountain bike tours. 102 kilometers of trails and paths and not forgetting the famous Bike Republic Sölden with its 17 trails. Here freestylers, trail beginners and experienced riders will also find nature trails and ecologically built paths. A total of 250 kilometers of cycle paths await discovery around Lake Achensee – they are spread over forest paths, gravel roads and single trails. In the Karwendel and Rofan mountains, adventurers get their money’s worth, there are also some easier routes, for example along the lake.

Facts about mountain biking

More than 29,000 kilometers of official mountain bike trails are available to you. Staying on the marked trails is safest for both you and everyone else who’s in the mountains, such as hiking guests. Forest trails are not automatically mountain bike trails, they must be explicitly marked. In all holiday destinations you will find a mountain bike rental and cable cars that will take you and your bike up to your adventure.