Tauern Bike - Tours
Experience the National Park region on two wheels
If mountain bikers had to imagine paradise, some insiders would certainly think of the Hohe Tauern.
Want another single trail today? No problem! Tomorrow a bike marathon? Which route would you like? If this selection of tours and trails gets too hot for you, the best thing to do is jump into one of the countless bathing lakes in the region and treat yourself to a splash. But you have to earn it first! The high mountain landscape of the Hohe Tauern National Park holiday region and the surrounding grassy mountains in the north present themselves like a richly laid table for bikers. Wherever you look, you can anticipate exciting tours, such as the transalpine tours towards the Großglockner. The Tauern Cycle Path takes you as far as the northern part of the Pinzgau region and even further to Passau.
Discover the incomparable nature and the countless possibilities for bikers in the Hohen Tauern National Park region.
There is a suitable cycling and biking tour for everyone here
For the 26th time, the starting signal for the Glocknerkönig, the cycling event for everyone, will be fired punctually at 7:00 a.m. on the first Sunday in June. Austria's highest mountain, the Grossglockner, attracts cycling fans from all over Europe to #bruckfusch and challenges the approximately 2,000 participants to conquer it by pedalling. The finish of the
"Classic" route is at 2,445 m at the Fuscher Törl after 27 km, in the "Ultra" category it is a matter of gritting one's teeth for a further 127 metres in altitude and seven hairpin bends on cobblestones.
Biking in a natural environment
Here you will find important tips for your next bike tour. The most important advice: Get additional information from your landlord, national park ranger, staff in the tourist offices and bike guides on site.
In the numerous local bike shops you will find high-quality bikes and accessories to start your adventure on two wheels.
The bike guides in the Hohe Tauern National Park holiday region know the best routes and adapt the tour to the individual skills of the participants.