Biking in the Achensee Region
The Rofan and Karwendel mountains provide the perfect prerequisites to get pedalling. The variety on offer ranges from leisurely flat tours to demanding trails in the mountains.
The region provides 250 kilometres of officially approved road and mountain bike routes and is one of the most popular destinations for mountain biking in Tirol.
Due to its perfect topographical conditions, Achensee also offers quite a number of tours for cyclists who are keen to discover the natural surroundings. The “more gentle” cycle trails take you along the banks of the lake to one or another romantically located valley, or to well-known Alpine pastures, and these are also easy to get to from the villages.
The entire region is following the e-bike trend. Electric bikes can be hired from 13 hire stations along Achensee.
Challenging tours in the mountains
Challenging and action-packed mountain bike routes in all difficulty levels can be found in all the villages in the holiday region. These officially approved routes proceed for the most part across forest and agricultural roads, away from any traffic.
Achensee is also the starting point for the famous Karwendel Loop Tour, which runs right through the mountains of the same name. At 305.5 kilometres in length and with 6896 metres elevation change, it is regarded by mountain bikers as the ‘King’ of tours.
Munich Venice and Bike Trail Tirol
The region of Achensee is also a proud member of Bike Trail Tirol and Munich Venice. Both cycling trails are very well signposted in the Achensee region.
The route Munich Venice is a biciyle pleasure trip with a total length of 560 kilometres from Munich via Achensee to the Adriatic. Further information can be fount at www.muenchen-venezia.info
Bike Trail Tirol takes you through the state of Tirol and is some 1000 kilometres in length. Mountain bikers can set out on individual stages, or even work their way through the entire tour in 32 stages. More information is available at www.tyrol.com/bike-trail-tirol