Narrow trails, endless landscapes, breathtaking summits. Up the mountains, down curvy trails, around beautiful lakes. With its wide range of different tours, Galtür is a paradise for mountain bikers.
No matter if you’re a passionate high-altitude biker or motivated beginner – Galtür has the perfect trail for everyone. With our interactive trail map it’s easy to find your favourite route. Take a look and find out about route details, altitude profiles, GPS data and difficulty levels!
Discover the mountain bike tour highlights of Galtür!
Hints for using the bike trails
Whether you’re an amateur, advanced or experienced rider – the Paznaun offers the perfect mountain bike tour for all tastes and skill levels.
Easy tours: The blue trails are perfect for leisure cyclists and bike newbies. With only moderate descents, they don’t require any prior knowledge or special technique. A great opportunity to explore the local nature!
Intermediate tours: Galtür’s intermediate trails are perfect for ambitious bikers with plenty of fitness and good technique. Expect some challenging uphill and downhill sections!
Difficult tours: The black trails are a highlight for extreme bikers with excellent fitness and technical skills. With plenty of steep and difficult sections with hairpin bends, these trails require lots of concentration.
It’s easy to forget about everything out in nature. However, there are some rules that you definitely should keep in mind as a biker to protect the beautiful environment you’re riding in.
Respect the plants and animals of the mountain world and stick to the marked trails.
Hikers come first! If you come across hikers, slow down and ring your bell. If necessary, dismount your bike.
Control your speed and keep an eye out for oncoming traffic. Anticipatory riding is one of the most important rules of mountain biking!
If you’re riding in high-alpine terrain, it’s important to keep an eye on the weather. Check the current weather situation before your tour and bring warm clothes!
Safety first: Always wear a helmet! What’s more, freeriders should always wear protectors.