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Mountain bike routes

Mountain bike routes in Pitztal, Tyrol

11 signposted mountain bike trails with a total length of 95 kilometres are waiting for you

Pitztal features a total of 95 kilometres of signposted mountain bike trails of all levels of difficulty. There are technically less demanding routes but also numerous routes with steps, root and gravel sections. How about the “Jerzener Tanzalm” trail that starts at the Jerzens village and continues in 9.5 kilometres via Stalderhütte, Hochzeiger Haus and Tanzalm to the intermediate station at Hochzeiger mountain railways? The descent on a moderately steep gravelled trail with its numerous sharp turns truly is an adventure – and you can enjoy it without any hard effort by simply taking the gondola for the ascent.

A cycling highlight on a classic alpine mountain trail to the picture-perfect idyllic setting of “Tiefentalalm”.

Those who choose to ride on the circular route from Wenns via Leins, Wald to Arzl in the lower valley will cross the 94 metre high Benni Raich bridge and can stop to watch bungee jumpers.

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Guided mountain bike tours in Pitztal, Tyrol

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95 km of marked trails are waiting for mountain bikers in Pitztal
95 km of marked trails are waiting for mountain bikers in Pitztal
The sun terrace of the Ludwigsburgerhüttte welcomes thirsty mountain bikers after 770 meters of altitude
The sun terrace of the Ludwigsburgerhüttte welcomes thirsty mountain bikers after 770 meters of altitude
Well-earned break! The slopes along the Pitztaler Bike Route are a bit challenging.
Well-earned break! The slopes along the Pitztaler Bike Route are a bit challenging.
Benni Raich Brücke in Arzl im Pitztal in Tirol
Benni Raich Brücke in Arzl im Pitztal in Tirol

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Distance ranges from 1km to 40km

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Duration ranges from 0h to 4h

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Altitude ranges from 180m to 1,200m

Nature Park House Kaunergrat - Gogles Alm 795

Ausgangspunkt
Nature Park House Kaunergrat (1575m)
Endpunkt
Gogles Alm (2017m)
From the  Nature Park House Kaunergrat at Gachenblick, head downhill towards Fließ until you reach the turn-off Gogles Alm. From here, take the forest path up to the Gogles Alm. 

Arzler Alm Route 611

Ausgangspunkt
St. Leonhard/Scheibe (1396m)
Endpunkt
Arzler Alm (1890m)
Start in Scheibe at “Gasthof zur Einkehr” restaurant. The 3.7 km long uphill hike to the catered mountain hut Arzler Alm leaves hardly any opportunity for a breather. The route has an average of 13% incline and despite a dense forest protecting it from direct sunlight, hikers will certainly work up a sweat! 
The condition of the mostly graveled roads is very good but caution should be exercised on your way down, especially in the bends. Arzler Alm affords fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. 

Fallwandweg/Tiefentalalm 612

Ausgangspunkt
St. Leonhard/Scheibe (1396m)
Endpunkt
Tiefentalalm (1872m)
Start in Piösmes at “Gasthof zur Einkehr” restaurant (parking available). Initially set out on the same route as to Arzler Alm. After a few kilometres you will reach the fork to the catered mountain hut Tiefentalalm (Fallwandweg).
A mountain brook rushes past the idyllic Tiefentalalm and is a welcome way to cool down your feet. 
Take care on your way down, especially in the first bend. 

Circular route Pitztal 683

Ausgangspunkt
Community centre Wenns (1002m)
Endpunkt
Community centre Wenns (1000m)
The start of this circular route is the Community centre Wenns. The first kilometres of the route are a leisurely downhill ride on a forest road and only once you pass the Pitzenhöfe hamlet will you encounter the first incline towards Leins. From there ride on a tarmac road to Wald for a short while and cross the Benni-Raich bridge (94 m high) to Arzl. Once there, continue to cycle on the Pitztal Bike Route to your starting point.

Pitztal Bike 614

Ausgangspunkt
Mittelberg (1733m)
Endpunkt
Bahnhof Imst-Pitztal (719m)
The Pitztal Bike is currently closed between Neurur and Stillebach (detour to the Pitztaler Landesstraße L16).

The Pitztal Bike Route is the mountain biker’s lifeline through the entire valley. All connecting routes can be reached via the Pitzal Bike Route and thereby any tours can be planned from your favoured location via this mountain bike route. 

Don’t underestimate the 40 km route along the valley as it bristles with minor inclines. Pitztal Bike Route also boasts a few technical sections that can be avoided by making small detours along the state road instead. Should you decide to cycle the route uphill starting from Imst station/Pitztal to Mittelberg, expect a 6 hours cycle tour with an impressive difference in altitude. 

It is far easier to cycle the route starting from Mittelberg downhill to Imst station/Pitzal in around 3:30 hours.

Piller - Nature Park House Kaunergrat 7114

Ausgangspunkt
Piller centre (1349m)
Endpunkt
Natur Park House Kaunergrat (1574m)
The route starts in the centre of Piller. On a forest road you pass the Piller Fischteich and ride through a shady forest area towards Gogles Alm. Keep to the left and follow the route until you reach the Nature Park House Kaunergrat at Gachenblick.

Mittelberg Route 613

Ausgangspunkt
Mittelberg (1729m)
Endpunkt
Gletscherstube (1905m)
The start of the route is the route bus turnaround in Mittelberg. This technically easy route on a gravel road in good condition gives beginners the opportunity to experience the overwhelming sense of mountain biking in the heart of the mountains. Bikers could easily include this small route, even after another more demanding mountain tour. 
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