The holiday region "Erste Ferienregion im Zillertal" invites you to discover unique perspectives and unforgettable nature sights during your summer holidays.
With over 800km of excellent mountain bike and cycling routes the most active valley of the world lives up to its name. More than 30 different routes between Strass and Mayrhofen take you over cycling paths filled with experiences to the mountain pastures and huts of the first holiday region in the Zillertal, Fügen-Kaltenbach.
The rich network of trails leads you up to an altitude of 2,400 metres and guarantees fantastic panorama views of the whole Zillertal, the Tuxer main ridge and the Zillertaler Alps. The bicycle and mountain bike offer comprises beginners or family tours along the Zillertalradweg all the way to challenging daily tours up to Zillertaler Höhenstraße or via the Kellerjochrunde to the Inn valley.
For all of you who want to get to the start of, or come back from a cycle tour which is away from where you are staying, hassle-free, the Zillertalbahn can be used to transport bikes. The Zillertalbahn operates from Jenbach to Mayrhofen. There are stops throughout Zillertal. As well as the service to take your bike with you, a trip on the nostalgic steam train of the Zillertalbahn really is a highlight.
With the interactive cycle map to download and print out you can easily plan your biketour in the Zillertal.
The tour starts comfortably in beautiful Fügen. We cycle along the fields between Fügen and Uderns towards the picturesquely situated church of St. Pankraz and on to the entrance of the Finsinggrund. The tour continues along the forest road, through shady forests high above the Finsingbach - again and again breathtaking views open up across to the sunny mountainsides of the Kellerjoch. We cross the Finsingbach and continue to Hochfügen and get an insight into Tyrolean alpine and mountain life. The e-bike as well as additional equipment can of course be rented if required.
Experience the mountain world of "Erste Ferienregion" with your mountain bike!