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Pedaling uphill on the bike & racing downhill

(E)Mountain bikers, trail surfer and enduro fans will find myriad opportunities in Ötztal to duly celebrate the most scenic ups and downs in life. The 850 kilometers of tour options include beautiful hut loops and lake tours, as well as biking & hiking routes. The shaped lines and natural trails of the BIKE REPUBLIC SÖLDEN, the somewhat different bike park, promise a flowing downhill experience.

Biking uphill

Mountain Bike Tours

Mountain bikers will definitely not lack variety thanks to incredible 850 kilometers (covering 35,000 altitude meters) of fine tour and trail options. Of course, the routes are perfectly signposted and spread all over the valley. There are fabulous hut and lake tours, easy and leisurely routes as well as tours for endurance athletes. What’s best, with a valid bus ticket you can take your bicycle (free of charge) with you at 15 stops on the valley-wide public bus.
Mountain bike tours
Ötztal Cycle Trail

Ötztal Cycle Trail

Starting in Haiming at 670 m, the cycle trail runs through the entire Ötztal and ends in Sölden at 1377 m. It branches off from one of Europe’s longest and most scenic cycle paths - the Inntal Cycleway - and takes cyclists over 50 kilometers into the picture-book mountain world of the Ötztal Alps. There are countless interesting cycling destinations and must-sees along the route, that are waiting to be discovered.

Racing downhill


Sölden's Bike Republic is much more than just a normal bike park. Bikers become citizens here - including their own passport and a say. And their home is a dream of 36 kilometers of single trails and 11 ecologically built shaped lines at varied levels of difficulty. Enduro routes, two pump tracks on the valley floor, 30 mountain huts and a perfect mountain lift infrastructure await the citizens in the huge bike area.

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