If you prefer to experience nature on two wheels, visit the biking region Tyrol with its more than 3,800 kilometres of official mountain biking trails to enjoy. Of course, this also includes the Arlberg region and its glorious network of trails, approximately 200 kilometres in length.
Breathe in the magnificent high altitude air, healthy and clear, and indulge in 25 tours around St. Anton while experiencing the breathtaking Tyrolean mountains. Providing you with the necessary information concerning their difficulty levels, the well-signposted and marked routes all start at the Arlberg-well.com congress centre.
Embark on an easier tour along the Stanzertaler Radweg or ride your bike up to the Nessler Alm, rewarding you with a stunning view over the Lechtal Alps. Overcome rather unassuming hills or raise to the sporting challenge of moderate difficulty levels such as the tours up to the alpine huts Putzenalm or the Ganatschalm. Marked as such, there are also the difficult and even quite extreme tours – for instance, the Arlbergrunde and the tour up the Muttenjoch take bike enthusiasts up to very demanding heights of 2,800 and 2,620 metres above sea level respectively.
However, the route network is not exclusively open to bikers, but also invites runners, Nordic walkers and triathletes to indulge in a variety of trails.
Immerse yourself into the nature and ease your mind during an extensive mountain bike tour throughout the region surrounding St. Anton am Arlberg!