Mountain biking in Upper Austria
Enduring calves are in demand on 3,000 kilometres of mountain bike trails in the Salzkammergut, Mühlviertel and Pyhrn-Priel. The well-known Dachstein Tour rewards with magnificent views and the "Transnational Park Tour" with a green wilderness in the Kalkalpen and Gesäuse National Parks. Along the way you will repeatedly encounter rustic alpine pastures, huts and warm hosts.
11 tours for mountain bikers
1 tour, 10 stages, fantastically beautiful impressions: Salzkammergut BergeSeen ...
450 kilometres to ride, climbs of 11,500 metres, 2 national parks.
The Salzkammergut region is renowned for tours across alpine pastures.
As tough as Mühlviertel granite. The granite land trail is a challenge.
There is no shortage of impressive views on this tour in Spital am Pyhrn.
From Gosau to the Lake Hallstatt and back.
On the route of the Salzkammergut Mountainbike Trophy.
A circular tour from Gosau out towards the Iglmoos-Alm and the Goiserer Hütte.
213 kilometres to ride and climbs totalling 5,300 metres around the Dachstein
A circuit for experienced drivers with demanding inclines and descents.
The setting of the Ebenforstalm is the destination of many mountain bikers.
As diverse as the landscapes in Upper Austria are, so are the offers of those regions that have specialised in mountain biking. Austria's largest mountain bike marathon, the Salzkammergut Trophy, takes place in the Salzkammergut. The picturesque world heritage region is also home to numerous mountain bike tour classics, first and foremost the Dachsteinrunde. The Pyhrn-Priel region combines wildly romantic alpine adventures à la Trans National Park with the downhill hotspot Wurbauerkogel - a bike park for all skill levels. The mountain bike arena in the deep pine of the Kobernaußerwald invites you to enjoy a pump track in Maria Schmolln. And the far north beckons with countless hills and correspondingly crisp climbs, varied trails and sometimes surprising far-reaching views in no less than three mountain bike areas: Mühlviertler Granitland, Sterngartl-Gusental and Mühlviertler Alm.