If you take your mountain bike on holiday, there are particular things you need to consider. It must be safely locked away at night. It has to be thoroughly cleaned after it's been ridden. As a bike rider, you also have to make sure you have everything you need, and that you can keep on the right track on each new tour or each leg of your trip.
The experts in the mountain biking centres in the Salzkammergut region and in the Limestone Alps National Park are aware of this and are fully prepared to meet precisely these requirements for a successful mountain biking holiday. From athlete's breakfasts and locked bike garages to washing areas through to exclusive tour tips for the next day.
And this applies to every conceivable type of cycling holiday. No matter if it's a solo trip you're planning yourself, an all-inclusive cycling holiday or a multi-day tour from mountain to mountain with a pre-planned route and luggage transfer.
450 kilometres to ride, climbs of 11,500 metres, 2 national parks.Trans Nationalpark
The Salzkammergut region is renowned for tours across alpine pastures.Blaa-Alm bike tour
As tough as Mühlviertel granite. The granite land trail is a challenge.Granitland trail
There is no shortage of impressive views on this tour in Spital am Pyhrn.Oberweng trail
From Gosau to the Lake Hallstatt and back.Durchgangalm tour
The route of the Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships 2004.Championship route
A circular tour from Gosau out towards the Iglmoos-Alm and the Goiserer Hütte.Iglmoos circuit
216 kilometres to ride and climbs totalling 10,000 metresKalkalpen tour
Take on some serious ascents on route to the Danube.Donau/Ameisberg tour
The setting of the Ebenforstalm is the destination of many mountain bikers.Ebenforstalm trail
One tour, three lakes. From Lake Traun to the Langbath lakes.Three-lakes tour
The Mühlviertel proves its worth as a top destination for mountain bikers.Hansberg loop