From flat hills and vineyards in the south to the high peaks in the Central Alps and Dolomites; from leisurely tours with the entire family to crisp tours with many altitude metres, unique single trails and action-packed bike parks – here you find something for every requirement.

Mountain bike holidays in Austria, Italy and Slovenia

A wide range of different landscapes, thus numerous programmes, awaits you in our regions. You surely will find a suitable sports hotel for your successful mountain bike holiday in every region.

Dreamy lakeside roads and romantic sunny balconies high above Lake Garda: the western shore of Lake Garda is regarded as the antithesis by mountain bikers. Because on a mountain bike holiday in Lombardy, the clocks tick a little differently, the tunnels and tours are spectacular and the people and cuisine are authentic. Bikes & boats are the means of transport of choice here, so what are you waiting for?

The imposing cliffs on the left, lined with metre-high pine trees, the deep blue Lake Garda on the right: this can only be Tremosine sul Garda. The perfect MTB home base to add a few ticks to your Lake Garda bike bucket list.

  • Trails in the forest at up to 2,000 metres
  • Highlights such as the Tremalzo Trail
  • Mild climate for a bike season from March to November



Carinthia is the most southerly state in Austria. Here you can enjoy mild temperatures and a long bike season between gentle mountains and warm lakes. You can reward yourself after every mountain bike tour with a swim in the crystal-clear, turquoise water.

No MTB-limits! If your vision of mountain biking knows no boundaries, then you’re in the right place in the mountain and lake world of Nassfeld – Pressegger See – Lesachtal. Treat yourself to wonderful biking moments in the border region between Austria, Italy and Slovenia!

  • Bike & boat mountain bike taxis
  • The Weissensee Trail
  • Large lake tour

In the NOCKBIKE region, variety is guaranteed! Do you love exciting tours and trails in pristine landscapes? Family outings? Or is freeriding your passion? Here you will definitely find the right thing for you.

  • Europe's longest Flow Country Trail
  • Old Alm Trail
  • 355 km of perfectly signposted MTB trails

Uphill by mountain bike in amazing nature - challenging ascents, crystal-clear lakes and quaint huts - you will find all that in Upper Austria. Whether sweat-inducing and crisp or leisurely and relaxing, you decide which tours are best for you.

As well as the fantastic mountain landscape, the beautiful lake region also offers many bike tours: the Blaa Alm tour, Hochmuth tour, Durchgangalm tour and Raschberg tour are classics here – come and see for yourself!

  • Diverse mountain world: from the foothills of the Alps into the high mountains
  • Salzkammergut MTB centre
  • BergeSeen e-Trail

An impressive mountain world, wild and romantic gorges and waterfalls let your biker-heart beat faster. Hardly any other region offers you such a wide range of mountain bike tours as the Salzburger Land.

When superlatives such as “MTB hotspot”, “biking Mecca” or “Eldorado” are used, people are often talking about Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. Two bike parks very close to each other make this area something really special.

  • The Leogang bike park
  • For experts: the X-Line
  • The Hacklberg Trail

The Saalachtal around Lofer, St. Martin, Unken and Weißbach offers magnificent routes that are particularly suitable for e-bikes. Wonderful day trips along rivers and rugged cliffs: what more could a biker’s heart desire!

  • Many charging stations for e-bikes
  • Cross-border tours to Germany
  • Far away from mass tourism

From crystal-clear lakes where you can cool down after a strenuous tour to famous winter sports locations such as Flachau, which are transformed into cool biking spots in summer - and are also certified. We like!

  • Stoneman Taurista
  • Bike transport using public transport services



Challenging ascents, unforgettable panoramas and cool trails can be found in Tyrol just as much as bike parks, curvy downhill routes, E-mountain bike tours and easy routes for the entire family. An unforgettable mountain bike holiday is guaranteed.

Whether you’re a hobby biker, family or a mountain bike – in the Kaiserwinkl region you’ll find a vast selection of MTB kilometres and cosy places to stop for a bite to eat.

  • 180 km of well-signposted cycle trails
  • Part of the world’s largest e-bike region

Whether for beginners, connoisseurs or families – the tours almost always have wonderful views of the Hahnenkamm, Kitzbühel Horn and Wilder Kaiser. The close network of roads, trails and cable cars is an added extra.

  • The Fleckalm-Trail
  • The Suntrail
  • Numerous bike hotels nearby

The well-signposted network of cycle paths around the Hohe Salve offers a place where both connoisseurs and those wanting to "feel the burn" can let off steam and take in the views of the fantastic mountain world.

  • Numerous e-bike charging stations
  • Tyrolean chalet culture
  • The Salve tour

The high alpine backdrop and first-class mountain biking will give you goose bumps. A packed range of offers for freeriders, downhillers or cross country cyclists of more than 1,200 kilometres of tours. An absolute must!

  • Ischgl Ironbike Marathon
  • Cross-border tours into Switzerland
  • Wide range of tours

Border crossers without border controls: experience the 3 country endurance trails in all their glory – from Austria via Italy and into Switzerland and back. You’ll find great trails, culture and history all in one place.

  • The 3 country endurance trails
  • The Plamort-Trail
  • The Zirmtrail



With its 80 kilometres, the Ötztal is the longest side valley of the Inntal and has a close network of mountain bike routes. A great panorama and a few challenges await you – but you’ll need a certain level of fitness.

  • 40 signposted MTB routes
  • The Leiterberg Trails
  • Largest pump track in Tyrol

The varied offer of family tours, strenuous ascents, uphills, downhills and tours to Italy and Switzerland guarantee an unforgettable bike holiday.

  • The Frommestrail
  • The Serfaus – Fiss –Ladis Bike Park
  • Kids course for young bike shredders

Leisurely trails to get you started, easy climbs and challenging tours, with or without an electric tailwind: St. Anton am Arlberg has something to suit every type of biker. Panoramic views of some of the most beautiful high valleys in the region included.

  • 220 bike kilometres
  • Galzigtrail over the eastern slope to St. Anton
  • Panorama biking deluxe

The Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena has all the ingredients of a genuine mountain idyll: picturesque villages at the foot of the Zugspitze, crystal-clear mountain lakes and warm hosts. Not to mention the diverse mountain bike offers!

  • The Blindsee Trail
  • Pump track in Lermoos
  • The Zugspitze

The Zillertal Arena is far more than just skiing and wild après-ski partys – in summer, the region around Zell am Ziller and Gerlos becomes a true biking destination with varied bike routes.

  • The Isskogeltrails
  • Pleasure tours in the Schönachtal
  • Varied MTB routes



Although the region is small, Vorarlberg impresses with an amazing variety of landscapes and mountain bike tours leading from Lake Constance uphill to the mountain world of Arlberg, Silvretta and Rätikon.

It’s not just one of the best bike regions for downhills and flow trails in Central Europe, but also one of the wildest and most impressive natural landscapes in the Alps.

  • Numerous trails & flow lines
  • Private guiding & (e-)MTB tours
  • Taster courses & rookies camp

With 460 biking kilometres, the Bregenz Forest region delivers a great deal of biking fun despite its relatively small size. Whether you’re a beginner, more advanced or an expert – here you can experience all the calm and purity of the mountains.

  • Countless bike routes
  • MTB trail centre in Au-Schoppernau

Experience a mountain bike holiday full of variety in the Dolomites, an UNESCO World Heritage site. Diverse tours and trails lead through one of the world’s most beautiful mountain landscapes.

The 3 Peaks Dolomites region is characterized by the striking peaks of the mountain range of the same name. MTB practice parks, valley tours and legendary single trails: experience impressive views, untouched landscapes and rustic Alpine huts on a mountain bike vacation in South Tyrol.

  • Stoneman Trail
  • Panoramic tours as far as the eye can see
  • Fanes Sennes Braies Nature Park

One breathtaking panorama follows the next here. In the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site, Alta Badia is home to pleasure tours, Ladin farms and action-packed single trails along exposed cliff edges.

  • The Sellaronda
  • The Fanes-Sennes-Prags Natural Park
  • A great many single trails



Brixen lies embedded in the wonderful mountain landscape of the Dolomites and is a fantastic place to go biking. A long biking season makes happy bikers – as do the perfectly shaped lines such as those in the Brixen bike park.

  • A long biking season (end of March – November)
  • International bike events
  • Plose bike park

Bruneck is currently undergoing rapid development as a versatile Dolomites MTB region. While downhillers go adrenaline hunting on 18 trails at Plan de Corones, leisure mountain bikers will find numerous tours through the green Pustertal valley in their mountainbike holiday in Bruneck.

  • 5 summer mountain lifts
  • 17 trails from Kronplatz to Bruneck
  • Biking in the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site

Here you’ll find that special kick with great landscapes – whether you’re a beginner, hobby biker, family or freeriding expert. Spend time in a cosy chalet and discover the exciting trails.

  • The Rosadira bike festival
  • The Monte Agnello
  • The Eggen tour

The region has one of the largest and nicest high mountain pastures in Europe. It offers the typical Dolomites panorama that makes this UNESCO World Heritage Site a simply unique place. And the trails are also fantastic!

  • The Sellaronda
  • The Seiser Alm
  • The Ciampinoi tour

With a 360 degree panorama, three untouched nature parks, picturesque villages and designated South Tyrolean pleasure mountain bike trails, the Kronplatz region offers ideal conditions for mountain bike holidays.

  • 35 mountain bike routes, 17 trails in the Kronplatz Bike Park & 3 nature parks
  • Herrnsteig – the single trail classic on the Kronplatz
  • 4 mountain bike areas

Discover in the midst of greenery the picturesque alpine village of Olang located on the sunny flank of the Kronplatz. Various flowing single trails & pleasure tours in the bike-certified Nature and Trail area lead you through the UNESCO World Heritage The Dolomites, including three nature parks, sunny alpine pastures and dreamy side valleys.

  • Gassl trail
  • By cable car straigth to the Kronplatz
  • Served alpine huts and wonderful panoramic tours

Numerous tracks and exciting single trails lead you through the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Natural Park, which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. The town of San Vigilio is the ideal homebase for your biking adventure!

  • The Kronplatz
  • The Furcia-Trail
  • Bike school & guided tours nearby

The sunny southern region of South Tyrol is home to vineyards, forests, lakes and mountain pastures as far as the eye can see. What else does it have to offer? Mountain bike routes of course! Bikers of all levels and abilities will find what they’re looking for here.

  • A biking season from March to November
  • The Monte-Roen-Trail
  • Biking & wine around the South Tyrolean Wine Road

Ideal biking conditions can be expected in the Trentino almost all year round. Mountain bike tours uphill to wild nature or southern flair around the lake, variety on your holiday is guaranteed.

In the eastern part of Trentino, several towns have come together to create an outstanding mountain bike region. Your mountain biker heart will start racing when you see the breathtaking views, unspoilt forests and fresh trails!

  • The Kaiserjäger-Singletrail
  • Secluded bike tours in the southern Dolomites
  • The two lakes tour

What can you say about Lake Garda that hasn’t already been said? The outstanding biking Mecca has been one of THE hotspots for decades and absolutely deserves this status. A must in the life of any true mountain biker!

  • The Monte Baldo
  • Legendary trails such as the 601
  • International biking events



Slovenia is a real paradise for anyone who loves nature, quiet and relaxation. The proximity to Carinthia makes a wide range of diverse, border-crossing tours possible.

Located in the north of Slovenia, Gorenjska is characterised by the mountain ridges of the Julian Alps and the Karawanken – and is already more than just an inside tip..

  • There are many trails and lakes in the Triglav National Park – a great combination
  • The trails in and around Bled
  • Many cultural sites that are well worth a visit

Dense forests and deep valleys in the white chalk mountains: the remnants of the last ice age help this area to maintain its reputation as an unspoilt gem in the Slovenian Alps. Here are the highlights:

  • The Eco-Hotel Koros: THE biking base in the region
  • The Kope family bike area: family-friendly retreat
  • The Petzen Flow Trail: the name says it all!

The Rogla - Pohorje region in Slovenia not only boasts 240 km of biking trails and 2 bike parks, but also a phenomenal wealth of natural and cultural heritage. At the foot of the Pohorje mountains, you can get your pulse racing with plenty of flow, drops and fast bends on your mountain bike vacation in Rogla.

  • 2 summer mountain cable cars
  • 8 trails in the Rogla Bike Park
  • Biking between nature & culture

The mountain backdrop of the upper Savinja Valley is simply breath-taking, the alpine glacier valley is like a postcard motif and is a bit like going back in time. And just like Slovenia itself, this small, alpine region surprises with an incredible range of beautiful landscapes and cultural treasures. Here are the highlights:

  • Golte high plateau – great panoramic view & speedy downhill
  • Smrekovec – MTB tours around Slovenia’s volcanic mountain
  • Crispy wood-fired bread and sweet Potica as a reward
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