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Among the 80+ singletrack trails throughout Tirol, riders can find gentle rolling meadows for the beginner, technical trails providing challenge for experienced riders, and everything in between to develop riding skills. This is Tirol mountain biking at its best, where tacky smooth singletrack trails are found. Each one has its own distinct personality, scenic beauty and skill level. This riding experience will bring smiles, and might even leave you speechless.
Mountain biking enthusiasts searching out adventure and technical challenges will find breathtaking singletrack tracks all across the country: Lisi-Osl-Trail and Fleckalm Trail, situated amidst the scenic Kitzbühel Alps, combine stunning scenery and challenging, pristine singletrack. Take a few deep breaths beforehand, because “Frommes Trail” in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis reaches new heights, literally, including a leg-burning, lung-busting climb to the summit of 2,493-meter Schönjöchl Col. And those stunning views! The “3-Country Enduro Trails” in Nauders are more of an international affair: You will find over 20 kilometers of high-Alpine singletrack, with 12 very flowy feeling trails along gravel and dirt roads and through wooded sections littered with roots and rock. If you want to kick your biking excitement up a notch, you might consider the “Teäre Line” Flow Trail in Sölden. The six kilometre long trail boasts a series of over 130 bends. Running for 80 kilometers, the Ötztal Mountain Bike Trail takes riders up and down into Inner Ötztal Valley through evergreen forests and wide-open Alpine meadows for a scenic 2-day experience—serving up 5.4 kilometers of singletrack trails. Other popular mountain biking areas to get your heart rate up include the demanding singletrack trails in Paznaun Valley with training options at the Ischgl Trail Ground and the intensive “Forrest Thunder” tracks in Lermoos. If you’re after adrenaline-charged descents, 4.2-kilometer long Nordkette Singletrack, the challenging downhill track on Nordkette Mountain Range, towering high above Tirol’s lively capital Innsbruck and dropping 1,030 meters into the valley, is the place for you.
Explore the recommended singletrack trails listed below, or take a look at the Singletrack Trails that are officially approved by the Provincial Government of Tyrol – a great resource to download (German only).