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.