Tyrol and its diverse bike tours

Discover quite possibly the nicest place in Austria by bike

Did you know that Tyrol has more than 900km of bike paths? The imposing mountains in the West of Austria would make you think otherwise. Between the Zillertal valley and the Kitzbühl Alps and between the northern range and the Karwendel range there are wonderfully flat bike routes. These are perfect for casual cyclists who are just as interested in art and culture as the cycling itself.

Picture book Austria: Cycling in Tyrol

The very traditional Austria unfolds in Tyrol. Amid the snow covered mountain landscape, lush pastures and Lederhosen you will feel welcome straight away. The openness of the Tiroleans is incredible! Every stranger gets greeted and looked after. Tyrol’s level of hospitality cannot be beaten anywhere else in Austria. In the small, tranquil places such as Mayrhofen or Kramsach you will feel the warmth just as much in Innsbruck. Innsbruck is, by the way, a highlight on all of the bike tours going through Tyrol.

The Tiroleans know what they are doing with food. Whether its Tyrolean Speck (bacon) or spicy mountain cheese – you just need to follow your nose to find the region’s best tasting specialities! Maybe you will even get to find out how great a portion of Daumnidei tastes!

Popular cycling tours in Tyrol

Cyclist in front of waterfalls in Krimml
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Austria

Innsbruck - Salzburg

7 Days | Self-guided tour
Are you looking for an entry-level route for occasional cyclists and want to admire the magnificent, majestic landscape of Austria? Then Eurobike has just the trip for you! The seven-day cycle tour travels from Innsbruck to Salzburg and through the Alps and valleys of western Austria. Tyrolean customs paired with regal Salzburg make this trip a real gem for culture lovers. Details of the cycle tour from Innsbruck to Salzburg From Innsbruck you cycle comfortably along the Inn cycle path with the towering Nordkette mountain range as your constant companion. Then it’s off to the idyllic Zillertal and over the Gerols alpine road by bus. On day four you will reach the Tauern cycle path, which is the best developed in the Salzburg area. On the route: the largest waterfalls in Europe, embedded into a unique landscape. Along the Salzach river you cycle to Zell am See and the Zeller Lake, where you can see the reflection of the snow-covered Kitzteinhorn. Your last river companion on the bike tour is the Saalach, until you finally arrive in Salzburg. Highlights of the tour at a glance: The roaring Krimml waterfalls: Experience the unrestrained power of water up close and listen as it plummets 380 meters towards earth! Hohe Tauern National Park with fairy tale mountain scenery: Three thousand meter peaks, breathtaking scenery – and you are in the thick of it. The largest conservation area in Central Europe is home to the mightiest peaks in Austria, and the largest glacial areas of the Eastern Alps. Useful information about the cycle tour from Innsbruck to Salzburg Seven days of leisurely cycling through two federal states. The cycle paths are mainly in the valleys of the Inn, Ziller, Salzach and Saalach and provide an opportunity to see the area’s unique natural beauty. At individual stages, the tour may have brief, gentle hills and short climbs. Every day you travel between 20 and 60 kilometres. Once you arrive at the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – your final destination of Salzburg – you absolutely must try the Salzburg Nockerl! (A sweet speciality of the region.)
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Culture and adventure guaranteed in Tyrol

A bike tour in Tyrol whizzes past quickly and a new adventure unfolds each day whilst cycling along the well-surfaced Inn bike path. Mountain lakes, which you only know about from regional films, alternate with small-town idylls in Kufstein or Schwaz. You cycle straight through Wattens too. Wattens has been fascinating its visitors with its most impressive crystal world for over 10 years. In Schwaz you can go underground in the silver mine that is hundreds of years old and you can see where the miners used to work here. Enjoyment, culture and adventure – Tyrol is so varied!

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