Cycling and mountain biking - in the Kitzbüheler Alpen
The holiday region of Brixental, Hohe Salve and St. Johann in Tirol in the Kitzbüheler Alpen offers direct access to 1,000 km of cycle trails and 800 km of Mountain bike-trails. For this, Mountain Bike Holidays awarded us the distinction of "approved bike area" in 2013.
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The perfect biking day in the Kitzbüheler Alpen
The guides of the Bike Academy, Anna, Markus and Kurt experience their perfect biking day in the Kitzbüheler Alpen. The day begins at sunrise with breakfast by the mountain, followed by plenty of action and great views.
In the Kitzbüheler Alpen, the mountain bike has established itself as a traditional piece of sports equipment. The gentle alpine landscape of the Kitzbüheler Alpen with its countless forest and cycling trails is tailor-made for this sport. Plenty of mountain bike and cycle trails are also available.
The 18 road bike routes in the region, The Mozart cycling trail and the Inntal cycling trail, are ideal practice routes for hobby road racers.
In addition, the Kitzbüheler Alpen are the largest e-biking destination worldwide. With the help of Movelo electric bikes, you can effortlessly reach destinations otherwise reserved for pros with taut calves. A wide network of rental and battery recharging stations guarantees you'll never run out of juice. Bike guides offer weekly mountain-bike introductions with riding technique training and guided tours. Altogether, optimal conditions for going after your very own best time in the slipstream of the pros in the Kitzbüheler Alpen. A further plus is that there are many cyclist-friendly accommodation options and that the popular Kitzbüheler Alpen Sommer Card is also valid as a "free pass" on all 29 summer cable cars of the surrounding 14 mountains. Thus mountain bikers can tick off some elevation gain and downhillers have a ticket to the starting point of many downhill trails several times a day. The Kitzbüheler Alpen provide the optimal training area for numerous bike events.