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Bike & Fun

In terms of mountain biking, Innsbruck and its 25 holiday villages leave nothing to be desired. Bike routes of any difficulty level can be found on a total of 115 kilometers, between 600 and 2,250 meters above sea level.

With the Innsbruck Card, your key to the most beatuiful sights Innsbruck and its holiday villages, you can also pedal away ‘all inclusive’ - for all cards, whether they are valid for 24, 36 or 48 hours, now include five hours of free bike rental with BikeBörse. 

And if you want to take it easy: about 40 km from Innsbruck starts the Culinary.Trail with 26 enticing stops.

Bike & City: book now!

Mountainbike Trails

The most popular mountain bike trails in detail including height gains, places to rest...

 

Mountain bike and bicycle rental, repair services

You didn't bring your own bike? No problem, just rent one here: bicycles in top shape!

Is your own bike broken, do you miss a part? Get it repaired here...

 

Explore Innsbruck by i-Bike

From the Golden Roof to the Tyrolean State Museum. Then up to the magnificent park of Ambras Castle to see the Cabinet of Curiosities. Effortless fun with an electric bike from i-Bike (rental service)!

 

Palace to Palace – A Cycling Expedition

The Inn Valley bicycle paths offer 200 kilometers of pure pleasure! Either sports - or cultural activities? That is definitely not the question: the Inn Valley comprises 200 km of bicycle paths which allow you to combine sports...

 

No Dirt, No Fun - Nordketten Singletrail - the hardest way to get down

Every year in spring, when the last snow starts to melt and the meadows and paths become visible again, Innsbruck’s freeriders are at the ready. The reason for that is...

 

Single Trail Hungerburg

Innsbruck recently opened a new "Mountainbike Singletrail" - an ancient defile adapted and rebuilt by Benni Purner and Trailsolutions.

 

Dirt Biking

Wer mit Tirols fantastischen Bergen noch nicht genug hat, der baut sich halt noch selbst ein paar Hügel zum Überwinden...

 

Bike & Fun panoramic map

download here (pdf - 5 MB)

 

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