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Single Trails

Over the last couple of years, the Zillertal Arena has spared no trouble or expense to create the best possible infrastructure fir bikers.  New is the Single trail Wiesenalm "RideAble Project"...

More details? More than 800km of MTB- and cycling trails with amazing heights up to 30.000 meters and the highest uphill finish at 2.290 meters above sea level! And 136 alpine huts that offer catering and are basically refreshment stations,  the Ziller Valley way, will pamper you with homemade food - after having climbed up, they will top a great tour amid the fascinating alpine world.  And should you not fancy or not be up to all the climbing - a detour with the mountain railway can also be made. You will always be able to come down. The other way around as well, by the way. No need to shout it from the rooftops.

The Zillertal Arena has a new attraction! The new single trail "Wiesenalm" offers all adventurous leisure bikers and proficient professionals alike a great time. The Rosenalmbahn will take you up to the middle station at a height of 700 meters,  with the beginning of the single trail that will lead you downhill over 5,2 km. Bicycle rental is offered by the valley station. New are the e-mountain bikes. Charging station is located at the Schmankerlhütte Kreuzwiesenalm (the alpine lodge Kreuzwiese). Gorgeous panoramic tour that will lead you to the Kreuzwiesenalm!

Interactive map of cycling routes

Discover the bike routes in the Zillertal in the interactive map.

Interactive map

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Wanderung mit Familie Heim in der Zillertal Arena
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Blühender Enzian aus Zillertal bei Tirol
Golfplatz Zillertal in Tirol
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Wanderung zur Pfitscherjoch Hütte in den Zillertaler Alpen
Sommer im Zillertal in Tirol
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Wanderung zur Olpererhütte in den Zillertaler Alpen