This easy, family-friendly ride takes bikers and handbikers 26km across the scenic Leutasch Valley, a high mountain valley at around 1,200 metres above sea level. Along the way riders can admire impressive scenery including iconic mountains such as the Hohe Munde (2,690m) and the Ahrnspitz (2,200m). The ride is ideal for both cyclists and handcyclists thanks to the very low levels of traffic in the valley and the flat profile with no significant climbs or descents.
- Circular route
- Route with e-bike charging station
Elevation uphill 140m
Vertical metres downhill 140m
Best time of year
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Route description for cyclists and handcyclists: The starting point is the car park in front of the Alpenbad Leutasch swimming pool. Cross the bridge and take the main road towards Weidach. Turn left and continue towards Mittenwald. After a slight descent to the Gasthof Brücke, turn around and stay on the road into the Gaistal Valley. This road climbs slightly towards Moos and passes many meadows and traditional farmhouses before returning to the starting point in front of the Alpenbad Leutasch. A pretty option in the settlement of Gasse is to take the road through the centre of the village. The whole ride takes place on tarmac roads.
Handbike rating: This handbike ride through the Leutasch Valley is easy but nevertheless offers fabulous views of what is one of Tirol's most beautiful valleys. The majority of the riding is on roads with very little traffic, passing through traditional villages dating back many centuries. There are a number of places along the way where riders can stop off for a snack. Food and drink is also served in the Alpenbad Leutasch swimming centre, which marks the start and finish point of this ride. The Hotel Karwendelhof and the Gasthof Brücke are two traditional guesthouses which are wheelchair-accessible.