Bike swing Tyrol - Holiday in the holidayregion TirolWest

Bike swing Tyrol

Flexible driving fun with the new Tirol Bike Loop , which leads through more than 780 kilometers through the heart of the Alps: 15,000 of the 32,000 vertical meters can be tackled with one of the 22 mountain railways as you wish.
This is a funicular-supported mountain bike route from Nauders to Kössen. The cycling region TirolWest also plays an important role and inspires with great routes. In addition to the varied bike offer within the region borders, TirolWest also convinces as a starting point for bike tours. Well-organized and networked bike transports and the free use of buses offer varied cycling adventures.

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Bike swing Stage 04: Imst - Lermoos
Medium
1293 m
1814 m
41.2 km

Bike swing Stage 04: Imst - Lermoos

Place: Innsbruck

After the ascent with the Imst mountain railways the route leads back into the valley and then after a demanding ascent over the Marienberg yoke into the Außerfern. At about 1,800 meters above sea level, the descent into the Ehrwalder Becken and for trailers on the Barbarasteig starts.

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Bike swing Stage 12: Steinberg am Rofan - Alpbach
Medium
1103 m
1430 m
43.1 km

Bike swing Stage 12: Steinberg am Rofan - Alpbach

Place: Innsbruck

Along the Steinberger Ache and Brandenberger Ache the route leads to Kramsach. The village crossing and the driveway via Brixlegg to Reith im Alpbachtal bring mountain bikers to the Reitherkogelbahn and then to the Kerschbaumersattel, which sets a last highlight before it goes down to Alpbach.

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Bike swing stage 13: Alpbach - Niederau / Wildschönau
Hard
1085 m
1759 m
33.7 km

Bike swing stage 13: Alpbach - Niederau / Wildschönau

Place: Innsbruck

The wonderful panoramic view above Inneralpbach is an unforgettable experience. Just under 990 meters of altitude can be tackled on this stage with muscle power: that's what the almost 1,950 downhill meters have in them - especially the descent from the Hornboden on tight serpentines to Inneralpbach.

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Bike swing stage 11: Pertisau - Steinberg am Rofan
Medium
833 m
1629 m
39.1 km

Bike swing stage 11: Pertisau - Steinberg am Rofan

Place: Innsbruck

The stage begins with a ride on the Karwendelbahn in Pertisau and the sensational longitudinal panorama of the lake from south to north. After the descent to Tristenautal with great views of the Karwendel behind it goes over the Kögljoch to Steinberg am Rofan.

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Bike swing Stage 03: Landeck - Imst
Medium
1092 m
1247 m
31.5 km

Bike swing Stage 03: Landeck - Imst

Place: Innsbruck

This section is one of two stages that offers no mountain railway support, but enjoyable mountain biking. The route goes via Zams up to Rifenal and later down again to Schönwies and always opens up wonderful views of the mountains of the northern Inn Valley.

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Mountain Bike Safari-Stage 14: Niederau/Wildschönau – Kirchberg
Medium
800 m
1798 m
45.5 km

Mountain Bike Safari-Stage 14: Niederau/Wildschönau – Kirchberg

Place: Innsbruck

Still, with 1,000 vertical metres of climbing on the bike there is a little work to do before you can let it roll downhill! Splendid views of the Brixental Valley, the Wilder Kaiser Mountains and the main ridge of the Alps make this stage a real highlight.

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Bike swing Stage 02: Pfunds- Landeck
Hard
1248 m
2421 m
56 km

Bike swing Stage 02: Pfunds- Landeck

Place: Innsbruck

This stage offers the highest point of the entire route, but also calls for the condition, if you strive twice from the Inn Valley upwards: first on the sunny plateau Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis to Schönjochbahn in Fiss and then at flow to Via Claudia Augusta. Depending on your preferences, the slopes can be covered on gravel or on trails.

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Bike swing stage 05: Lermoos - Seefeld in Tirol
Medium
780 m
1642 m
37.9 km

Bike swing stage 05: Lermoos - Seefeld in Tirol

Place: Innsbruck

The Gaistal with its lovely valley bottom and the rugged mountain walls accompanies this stage, before the route winds in several curves to Seefeld. The additional departure for trail riders starts with the gondola ride to Grubigstein and continues on the Blindseetrail to Ehrwald.

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Mountain Bike Safari-Stage 10: Mayrhofen - Pertisau
Hard
650 m
2080 m
71.5 km

Mountain Bike Safari-Stage 10: Mayrhofen - Pertisau

Place: Innsbruck

This ride offers access to lift-serviced gravity fed, adrenaline fuelled descending trails, stupendous views of the Zillertal Alps and into Stilluptal Valley from the top of Penkenjoch Col, chocolate box villages along the Zillertal Cycle Path and, finally, skirting the shores of Achensee Lake. The crowning glory is riding along the magnificent Achensee lakeside road from Maurach to Pertisau. Bounded by lofty peaks and much like a fiord, Achensee Lake continues to captivate even the most experienced traveller.

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Bike swing Stage 16: St. Johann in Tirol - Walchsee
Medium
1085 m
1470 m
44.8 km

Bike swing Stage 16: St. Johann in Tirol - Walchsee

Place: Innsbruck

The last stage takes mountain bikers on a journey through all the advantages of Tyrol. Beautiful forests, wide views, nice places, a great view of the foothills of the Alps and an enchanting mountain lake form the final part of the Bikeschaukel Tirol.

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Bike swing Stage 01: Nauders - Pfunds
Hard
1363 m
2167 m
46.1 km

Bike swing Stage 01: Nauders - Pfunds

Place: Innsbruck

Stage 1 makes the heart of trail riders beat faster, but also less trail-savvy mountain bikers get their money's worth. Difficult trails can be avoided on gravel roads. From the starting point Nauders there are short trips to Italy and Switzerland, great viewpoints and historic stops are guaranteed.

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Bike swing Stage 08: Steinach am Brenner - Tulfes
Medium
596 m
1607 m
36.4 km

Bike swing Stage 08: Steinach am Brenner - Tulfes

Place: Innsbruck

Directly to the start of this stage is waiting for a nice downhill delicacy: The Bergeralmbahn in Steinach transported downhill willing mountain bikers 500 meters up. Then the route leads back to the Wipptal valley and below the famous Patscherkofel up to Tulfes.

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Mountain Bike Safari-Stage 15: Kirchberg – St. Johann in Tirol
Hard
488 m
1930 m
47.2 km

Mountain Bike Safari-Stage 15: Kirchberg – St. Johann in Tirol

Place: Innsbruck

Pengelstein, the highest elevation on this stage and one of the finest viewing outposts in the area, will leave your head spinning as you try to identify a seemingly infinite array of peaks spread out before you. At the end of this day, Schwarzsee Lake is a great place for cooling off and for taking a well-earned rest. Alternatively, take a stroll in the charming and historic town center of Kitzbühel. From there, it’s gentle riding to the destination end of this stage, St. Johann in Tirol.

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Bike swing Stage 07: Fulpmes - Steinach am Brenner
684 m
1742 m
37.5 km

Bike swing Stage 07: Fulpmes - Steinach am Brenner

Place: Innsbruck

"Only" 680 meters altitude have to afford mountain bikers on this route itself - many downhill meters with great trail passages, two mountain railways and magnificent views of the high alpine peaks around the Stubai Valley mark this section.

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Bike swing Stage 06: Seefeld in Tirol - Fulpmes
Medium
1353 m
1764 m
60.4 km

Bike swing Stage 06: Seefeld in Tirol - Fulpmes

Place: Innsbruck

This stage of the bike swing leads through the Inn Valley for a short time, before the climb towards the Brenner begins. After almost 1,200 vertical meters, the mountain railway takes you to alpine heights: the view from the Mutterer Alm down to Innsbruck is sublime. Then the descent into the Stubaital follows.

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Bike swing Stage 09: Tulfes - Mayrhofen
Hard
1949 m
2277 m
56.4 km

Bike swing Stage 09: Tulfes - Mayrhofen

Place: Innsbruck

The longest ascent of the Tyrolean cycling chain, from the Inn Valley over the Geiseljoch to the Zillertal, is done with own muscle power. The mountain bikers are rewarded with impressions from a quiet mountain valley, a spectacular transition and views of the surrounding mountain panorama.

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