Guidebook

Innsbruck MTB Trails You Can’t Miss

Bike City Innsbruck is an up-and-coming MTB hot spot that will challenge and entertain you.

Description

You’ll find plenty of adventure whether you choose to ride Bike City Innsbruck’s four trails or a variety of single track trails around Innsbruck.

The bike park is an amalgamation of four different trail areas: Nordkette Mountain, the Innsbruck Bike Park in Mutters and Götzens, the Tirol Bike Park in Steinach am Brenner and the trails at Elferbahn Gondola in Stubai Valley’s Neustift.

Cross country and single track trails are plentiful in the area, but there are just three downhills trails: the super-technical Nordkette Singletrack Trail, the newer Arzler Alm Trail and the short but sweet Hungerburg Trail.

Sources:
https://www.innsbruck.info/en/biking.html

https://www.blog.tirol/en/2018/05/mtb-region-review-innsbruck/

Thaurer Alm

Thaurer Alm

Innsbruck
7.4 km
Professionals and amateurs stage a thrilling race here every year. Now it's the turn of biking fans! Excellent views and an enchanting alpine hat on the Thaurer Alm
Private
Seegrube von der Hungerburg

Seegrube von der Hungerburg

Innsbruck
11.9 km
Extremely popular ascent to the parade slope over Innsbruck along very well developed forest roads.
Private
Hungerburg Trail

Hungerburg Trail

Nordkette
1.3 km
An Innsbruck panoramic trail with plenty of flow and technical sections, including Innsbruck´s lively pubs and bars at the end of a riding day
Private
Nordkette Singletrail

Nordkette Singletrail

Innsbruck
3.5 km
One of the most challenging singletracks in Europe - beware of jumps.
Private
Von Gießenbach über Solsteinhaus, Magdeburger Hütte bis Innsbruck

Von Gießenbach über Solsteinhaus, Magdeburger Hütte bis Innsbruck

58.5 km
The mountain bike route through the Gießenbachtal and Oberbrunnalm is pleasant to ride except for 2-3 steeper climbs. Also the descent to the Trifftklause and the continuation through the Gleirschtal does not show any difficulties. The drive through the Groß-Kristental to the mountain pasture of the same name is scenically charming. With a view of the impressive north walls of the Gr. and Kl. Solsteins, a sliding distance of almost 400 metres in height to the Solsteinhaus is necessary. And also on the south side of the refuge you have to push down another 350 meters. After a descent into the Brunntal, there is a last steep ascent to the Neue Magdeburger Hütte. The journey into the Inn valley leads through the entire Brunntal valley to Zirl. The Inntal cycle path takes you directly to Innsbruck.
Private