Over 400 km of bike and mountain bike trails
The BergWelt WILDER KAISER-BRIXENTAL with its idyllic side valleys and gentle mountain shapes offers ideal conditions for cycling and mountain biking.
From easy bike tours near the valley to challenging mountain bike routes, both the leisurely and the sporty biker will find their paradise. The gentle grass mountains of the Northern Kitzbühel Alps as well as the south side of the Wilder Kaiser up to the rugged rock faces stretch a wide network of challenging trails and spectacular panoramic routes for mountain bikers.
Various offers for all ages and abilities offer a lot of fun, variety and challenge for bike fans.
All cyclists can expect over 400 km of cycling and mountain bike trails.
Guided tours with Stephan on the e-bike
There are two organized e-bike tours every week for guests of Pension Claudia, Haus Garden and Hotel Hochfilzer only. Divided into two days:
• "Easy Tour": A leisurely tour where we don't hurry and move on asphalt and gravel.
• "Sporty Adventure": This tour offers fun and adventure on various forest, meadow, gravel and mountain trails
Regardless of the tour, we drive on fantastic and safe trails, away from the car and tourist trails. The route is not set in advance and depends on the weather and wishes.
The Bike Trail in Tyrol is one of the longest contiguous mountain bike trails in the Alps and leads over 32 stages, 1000 kilometers through the most diverse regions of Tyrol.
HERE you can find more information about the Wilder Kaiser bike region!
The Wilder Kaiser region is part of the electric bike region (e-bike) of the Kitzbüheler Alpen and thus belongs to the largest e-bike region in the world.
275 electric bicycles and 75 rental or battery exchange stations are available to electric bike guests in the Kitzbüheler Alpen.
"Cycle" nine tourist regions (45 places) with the e-bike - ride on well-developed bike paths far away from main roads:
From the Kufstein holiday region to Wildschönau and the Hohe Salve, via the Brixental, Kitzbühel, St. Johann in Tirol, to the Kaiserwinkl, Wilder Kaiser and through the Pillerseetal.