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Cycling and biking in Flachau

Bike holiday by bicycle, mountain bike or electronic bike

E-Bikes
Biking with E-Bikes
Mountainbiking
Mountainbiking around Flachau
Mountainbiking
Mountainbiking on the Grießenkar Mountain



Biking in the valley or on the mountain
Just as skiing belongs to a winter in Flachau, biking in all shapes and forms has become a real summer fixture. For mountain bikers, there are super bike paths up to 2000 metres high in the alpine pastures around Flachau. For somewhat gentler tours you can pedal along the Enns bike path. You can borrow our bikes for free and have a bike tour for the whole family! Electric bikes (or e-bikes)are becoming more and more popular. You can get up higher and easier than if you use your own muscle power! There are plenty of recharging points in Flachau for all brands of e-bikes.

We recommend that you take a look at our Total Bike Offer as well as glancing through some of the many bike tours on offer around Flachau.


Full information about a bike holiday at the Tirolerhof

  • Free bike use at the Hotel Tirolerhof
  • E-bike hire at the hotel
  • Mountain bike hire is just 50 metres away from the hotel
  • Bike cellar so that your bikes stay dry and safe



Mountainbiking
Mountainbiking
Mountainbiking
Super bike paths up to 2000 metres high in the alpine pastures
Cycling
Pedal along the Enns bike path



Our bike tip

Bike-Night for all mountain bikers and bike lovers takes place every year at the beginning of August and is one of the summer highlights in Flachau.


Interactive map of Flachau

Interaktive Karte Open the interactive map here on this link. You will see the marked walking, bike and mountain bike paths, Nordic walking routes and also the cable cars.
And the Hotel Tirolerhof is right in the middle.
On picture 1 you can see Flachau or Flachau-Reitdorf and the view along the valley towards Wagrain.
On picture 2 you can see the small village of Flachauwinkl.
Picture 3 changes perspective and you look down onto Flachau from our local mountain, the Grießenkar.

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