Cycling is good for the calves

The gentle way or simply breathtaking

Pleasure biking at a feel-good pace along the Kleinarler Ache to the romantic Jägersee or to Wagrain, Flachau, Altenmarkt, through the beautiful Salzburger Land. Take a breath – catch your breath – breathtaking – intoxicating, pure mountain air in and around Kleinarl.

Smile instead of panting
Smile instead of panting

Cycling – Mountain biking – E-biking

Do you love a challenge? Then a mountain bike tour to the Frauenalmsattel or to the Kleinarlerhütte at 1700 meters is the right thing for you. Your reward? Breathtaking panoramic views of the indescribably beautiful natural scenery around Kleinarl. Mountains as far as the eye can see, beautiful lakes, flowers and maybe you will spot a wild animal from time to time. That’s how beautiful it is here with us in Salzburger Land. Psst, don’t tell anyone J ! All these wonderful tours you can also do with little effort – simply with the help of an e-mountain bike.

Best service on site
Best service on site

Service, support and accompaniment

We have a cooperation with a perfectly sorted bicycle sports dealer. You tell us which bike you want to rent when you make your reservation and it will be ready for you on the day of your arrival. If you still want to take some training, then you can book a bike guiding or a bike camp in Wagrain.

360° Alps
360° Alps

Stoneman Taurista

On 123 kilometers over a massive 4,500 meters in altitude to breathtaking panoramas. The Stoneman Taurista is Roland Stauder’s exclusive mountain bike experience in Austria. The impressive mountain scenery around Flachau, Wagrain-Kleinarl, Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Radstadt, Forstau, Filzmoos and Obertauern forms the backdrop for this extraordinary mountain bike adventure. The Stoneman Taurista takes you to lush alpine meadows, rustic mountain huts and the summit crosses of the Salzburger Land.


Early practice for those who want to become a professional cyclist
Early practice for those who want to become a professional cyclist

PUMP TRAIL & PUMP TRACK – Biking for the whole family

Directly at the organic mountain restaurant Lumberjack there is a cool pump track for all bikers and skaters. On a total length of 44 meters you can really accelerate in the steep curves and over the pumps. Along the forest road to Kleinarl, we have added more features for bikers and e-bikers on a total of 6 wide sections. All this is easily accessible via the Champion Shuttle – and of course we are happy to transport bikes. We are working on even more offers for bikes and already this summer you can expect another pump track and some small mountain bike obstacles for bikers at the Champion Shuttle.

Image: Pumptrack_GoPro – (c)

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