The Tirol Zugspitz Arena is home to a mix of easy and challenging riding in four different mountain chains: the Wetterstein Mountains, the Mieming Mountains, the Lechtal Alps and the Ammergau Alps.
Visitors to the Tirol Zugspitz Arena keen to explore the region using pedal power can take on the three-day Zugspitze Loop starting in Ehrwald and leading 200 kilometres through mountains and valleys. There is also the option of taking your time and completing the ride in seven days. However long you take, you will need to get your climbing legs on: there is more than 5,000 vertical metres of elevation gain from start to finish. Ambitious riders with good bike-handling skills will enjoy the downhill trails in the Tirol Zugspitz Arena such as the Schlägle Trail on the Grubigstein mountain in Lermoos. There is also easier riding suitable for families, including many trails leading up to huts in the mountains serving food and drink. The Ehrwalder Alm and the Seebenalm are two good rides for e-bike riders. The region also has a number of stages of the Bike Trail Tirol and the Tirol Mountain BIke Safari, two long-distance mountain bike routes across Tirol.
Tip! Many cable cars offer free mountain bike transport. The bike-guiding team in the Tirol Zugspitz Arena also offer guided group rides for all ages and fitness levels.