Gravelbiking through Austria

Gravelbiking in Austria: Adventures between Mountains and Roads

With a trendy gravel bike, road cyclists can cover longer distances off paved roads and discover Austria Gravelbiking’s most beautiful spots.

Gravel biking in Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn

A long-distance biker responds to freedom by quickly switching from asphalt to gravel, experiencing – thanks to knobby tires and disc brakes – adventures without limits through Austrian lake and mountain landscapes.

A hybrid bike combines the best of mountain biking and road biking, formerly known as a crossroad or cross-country bike.

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Mittersill-Hollersbach-Stuhlfelden: A real Insider Tip for all Gravel Lovers

The Oberpinzgau not only has the perfect route for every bike, but also the right bike for every rider – with or without electric support. You can cycle through the beautiful Salzach Valley or the stunning Hohe Tauern National Park.

Leave your old mountain bike at home and head on vacation with light luggage: On site you can rent gravel bikes, all in excellent condition. These bikes are ideal for exploring forest trails and gravel roads. With the best of both worlds – mountain bike and road bike – every gravel tour becomes a flow experience.

Austria Gravelbiking in the Alps: Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn

One of the most popular mountain biking destinations in Austria is Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, the country’s largest bike region. And now the region is quickly becoming a gravel biking hotspot. It’s officially the season for cyclo-crossers, a mix of road racing and mountain biking!

With a dense network of gravel roads and a wide range of tour options, you can enjoy freedom, performance and nature experiences off the beaten track. There’s something for every gravel biker, from fast off-road rides to leisurely exploration tours.

Gravelbiking in Austria’s SalzburgerLand: Limitless through Picture-Perfect Landscapes

The Alpine foothills and fragrant alpine meadows contrast beautifully with jagged glaciers in SalzburgerLand, attracting bikers from around the world. With the extensive network of MTB trails, gravel bikers can enjoy a varied adventure from north to south.

Gravelbiking on the Rocheralm in Abtenau, SalzburgerLand

Gravel Tours through Carinthia: Explore Lost Places in the Lake District

The Carinthian Lake District makes an ideal setting for this special cycling adventure, whether it’s on gravel, forest or field paths. The southernmost province of Austria has 200 bathing lakes, making it the country’s longest cycling season from March to November.

‘Lost Places’ insiders Helmut Weichselbraun and Georg Lux offer a special tour called “Gravelbike & Lost Places”. They take bikers interested in history on an exciting discovery trip around turquoise-green Lake Wörthersee, leading them to mysterious places.

Gravelbiking in Styria: Biking between the Dachstein Mountain and Vineyards

Discover the Green Heart of Austria via gravelbiking on a racing bike trail or gravel road: Lakes, rivers, orchards, and glaciers will make you forget about your busy schedule. In the towns and villages, the “delicatessen of Austria” spoil you with typical regional products like pumpkin seed oil, fried chicken, and the products of the winegrowers and fruit farmers.

There are more than 120 Bed+Bike establishments that offer first-class recreation specifically for bikers. They also provide bikes with top service, including secure bike rooms and washing facilities.

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