Cycling and mountainbiking in Brixental Valley - cycling through the Kitzbüheler Alpen
The one-hundred kilometer long cycle path network in Brixental Valley is suitable for leisurely riders as well as the more ambitious. The mountainbike routes with 32,296 meters difference in altitude add up to more than 812.35 kilometers. No matter if you're riding with the family on paved circuits or on singletrails riddled with roots for the more extreme bikers: the dram backdrop of the Wilder Kaiser, Kitzbüheler Horn and Großer Rettenstein is there for all to enjoy.
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The perfect bike-day in the Kitzbüheler Alpen
The guides of the Bike Academy Anna, Markus and Kurt experience their perfect bike-day in the Kitzbüheler Alpen. The day begins at sunrise with breakfast on the mountain, followed by plenty of action and great views.
In the Kitzbüheler Alpen, and particularly in the townships of Brixen, Kirchberg and Westendorf, the mountain bike has already established itself as a traditional piece of sports equipment. The gentle mountain landscape of the Alps with countless forest and Alpine trails is predestined for practicing this sport. Numerous mountain bike and cycle touring trails as well as lively trails are available.
But not just mountainbikers will find optimal conditions in Brixental Valley, racing cyclists, too, will find tours that are perfectly suited for practice for hobby road racers.
The Kitzbüheler Alpen are also the largest e-bike destination in the world. With the aid of Movelo electric bikes, you can complete stages otherwise only mastered by powerful pros.
A large network of rental and battery charging stations guarantees you won't run out of juice on the way.
Bike guides offer weekly introductions to mountainbiking with riding technique practice and guided tours.
Altogether, Brixental Valley offers perfect conditions for setting personal best times out of the slipstream of the pros in the Kitzbüheler Alpen. Another plus is that there are many cyclist-friendly accommodations and that the popular Kitzbüheler Alpen Summer Card is also valid as a "free ticket" on all 29 summer cable cars of the surrounding 14 mountains. Thus mountain bikers can tick off some altitude gain and downhillers have a ticket several times a day to the starting point of many downhill trails.
The Kitzbüheler Alpen provide the optimal training area for numerous cycling events.