Guidebook

Hit the Trails: Mountain Biking Kitzbühel

A guide for adventurous mountain bikers who want to try the best routes in the Kitzbühel Alps!

Fionnuala Kavanagh

Description

In the summertime, Kitzbühel’s world-famous ski slopes transform into awesome mountain biking trails. You will find every kind of MTB downhill thrill and challenge on the Hannenkamm, known globally for its downhill ski race, the Streif. Try the S1 MTB trail, if you want to track this route on your bike.

When you are done with the Hahnenkamm, make your way over to the Kitzbühler Horn for long-distance trails and more fast and furious downhill routes. One of the most epic and scenic MTB routes in all of the Kitzbühel Alps is the Kitzbühler Horn MTB Summit Tour.

You will find both of these gems, plus more, inside this guidebook!

Kitzbühler Horn MTB Summit Tour
The best Routes on FATMAP, hand-picked by FATMAP’s Editorial team.

Kitzbühler Horn MTB Summit Tour

Fieberbrunn
27.1 km
1,204 m
1,215 m
An awesome tour taking you up and down the magnificent Kitzbühler Horn.
Difficult
Private
Apfeldorf to Harschbichl
The best Routes on FATMAP, hand-picked by FATMAP’s Editorial team.

Apfeldorf to Harschbichl

Wilder Kaiser
13.6 km
950 m
950 m
This trail has all the elements of a knockout MTB adventure!
Difficult
Private
Single Trail Hahnenkamm (S1)
The best Routes on FATMAP, hand-picked by FATMAP’s Editorial team.

Single Trail Hahnenkamm (S1)

Kitzbühel
7.1 km
19 m
902 m
One of the most popular and accessible MTB trails on the Hahnenkamm.
Moderate
Private
Fleckalm Trail

Fleckalm Trail

Kitzbühel
7.0 km
14 m
995 m
Add to travel guide Mesuring 7.1 kilometres in length, the Fleckalm Trail is the longest singletrack in Tirol. It is located in the beautiful Kitzbühel Alps and winds its way down more than 1,100 vertical metres from top to bottom. This seemingly never-ending trail comprises root sections, large and small jumps, banked corners, berms, a few short climbs and plenty of fast sections. What more could you want from an enduro trail? It hosted the Mountainbike Enduro European Championships in 2015 and is rated S2/S3 on the international difficulty scale, depending on the section. Its length and technical elements mean that riders wishing to take on this challenge should have good fitness levels and bike-handling skills.
Moderate
Private