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TOURS AND ROUTES IN THE PITZTAL VALLEY

TOURS AND ROUTES IN THE PITZTAL VALLEY

Discover our varied tours and routes

Mittelbergweg 613

Start
Mittelberg (1729m)
Finish
Gletscherstube (1905m)
Route description:
Set out from the public car park near the Berghotel Steinbock in Mittelberg. To enjoy the breath-taking views of the valley basin and glacier river from the terrace of the Gletscherstube restaurant you have to conquer 160 metres in altitude. 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. 

Arzler Almweg 611

Start
St. Leonhard/Scheibe (1396m)
Finish
Arzler Alm (1890m)
Route description:
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. 

Rundtour vorderes Pitztal 683

Start
M-Preis in Wenns (1005m)
Finish
M-Preis in Wenns (1004m)
Route description:
The start of this circular route is at the M-Preis supermarket in Wenns (public parking available at Pitz Park in 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 at the M-Preis supermarket in the centre of Wenns.

Mauchele Alm 681

Start
Moosbrücke (1258m)
Finish
Mauchele Alm (1823m)
Route description:
Before the turn off for the Pitztal Bike Route at Moosbrücke / Burg (parking available), continue to Rehwald on a tarmac road and then a forest path through several bends all the way to the catered mountain hut Mauchele Alm. Return to the starting point via the same route.

Fallwandweg 612

Start
St. Leonhard/Scheibe (1396m)
Finish
Tiefentalalm (1872m)
Route description:
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).
This route is not quite as steep with an average of ca. 11% incline but approx. 1 km longer and is especially demanding on the last few metres. 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. 

Söllbergalm 688

Start
Wiese (1174m)
Finish
Söllbergalm (1850m)
Route description:
From Wiese, the hamlet at the start of St Leonhard, cycle along the 5.7 km forest road, refurbished and newly built in 2012, all the way to the very idyllic catered mountain hut Söllbergalm.

Return via the same route to your starting point in Wiese or continue on the Pitztal Bike Route in Schusslehn/Wiese.

Lehnerjoch 682

Start
Zaunhof (1321m)
Finish
Ludwigsburger Hütte (Lehnerjochhütte) (1934m)
Route description:
Before the Pitztal Bike Route turn off (parking available) follow the route via Zaunhof, mostly on a forest road with several bends all the way up to the catered mountain hut Ludwigsburger Hütte.
Bikers will be rewarded with a beautiful view of the entire Pitztal valley. Return via the same route.

Pitztal Bike Route 614

Start
Bahnhof Imst-Pitztal (1758m)
Finish
Mittelberg (717m)
Route description:
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 42 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 4 hours. If you prefer to shorten the route, the local hiking bus operating through the entire valley is on hand as a shuttle service to transport you and your bike.
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