The regional capital Innsbruck and its surrounding villages are an ideal base camp for mountain bikers of all ages, interests and abilities.
The regional capital of Tirol and the surrounding region are a haven for cyclists – be it cruising the smooth roads or riding the twisting trails. One of the most popular activities among visitors and locals alike is mountain biking. Highlights in and around Innsbruck include the Bikepark Innsbruck in the villages of Mutters and Götzens to the south of the city as well as the infamously challenging singletrack trail in the Nordkette mountains to the north. Little wonder, then, that Innsbruck has made a name for itself in the international mountain bike scene by hosting top events such as Crankworx. Riders who prefer longer but less extreme rides will find plenty of options in the region around the city. Last but not least, Innsbruck has an outstanding infrastructure for cyclists, including plenty of specialist shops where visitors can hire roadbikes, mountain bikes, e-bikes and city bikes.
Tip! The Bike City Card gives holders access to all the singletrack trails around Innsbruck, including unlimited use of the cable cars.
For more information and offers related to mountain biking in the region around Innsbruck visit www.bikecity-innsbruck.com.