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Tirol has become the undisputed mecca for mountain bike enthusiasts by virtue of its beautiful terrain, biker-friendly accommodations, views that go on forever and trails that range from beginner to advanced and suit all riding abilities.
Once the winter snow disappears, the renewed Tirol landscape unveils a countrywide network of tremendous mountain bike trails. Bike racks quickly replace ski racks and bikers of all experience levels enjoy amazing rides that span ridges and creekside tracks to high mountain passes and pine and spruce-lined loops. If you love to pedal there are 5,600 kilometers of designated mountain bike tracks and 230 kilometers of singletrack trails to explore around Tirol. It’s easy to find your perfect ride between Arlberg and Kitzbühel Alps, Lienz Dolomites and Karwendel Mountain Range. Epitomizing the best that mountain biking has to offer, the Bike Trail Tirol is the longest mountain bike trail of the Alps and forms a loop around Tirol. The 1,000-kilometer long trail has a total elevation gain of 27,000 meters and allows mountain bikers to experience Tirol's pristine natural beauty on 32 stages. Or, discover Tirol’s awe-inspiring landscapes on the lift assisted Tirol Mountain Bike Safari, a long-distance route crisscrossing the Heart of the Alps on 670 kilometers of mountain bike trails. The lift assisted Mountain Bike Safari has over 32,000 meters of elevation gain; 15,000 meters of which are served by gondolas and chair lifts. The country’s nine top mountain biking locales have everything you need to start your adventure on two wheels.