Getting on your bike in a carefree and uncomplicated way, without having to be afraid of difficult climbs - that's what Tyrol's idyllic cycling trails for connoisseurs, families and the e-bikers among us stand for. On a total of more than 920 kilometres of cycling trails, both pleasure cyclists and families get their money's worth. In the valleys and at some altitudes, there are numerous routes without steep inclines. Many of them lead along rivers, through idyllic and unspoilt landscapes. The twelve top regions for pleasure cyclists in particular offer the best infrastructure, including cyclist-friendly accommodation, rental stations for e-bikes, free bike shuttles and repair services. If you want to experience something special on holiday in Tyrol, you should go on a culinary cycling tour.
Tyrol and the Leutasch Valley also have a very good network of cycle paths and cycle routes, as all the main valleys of the province are connected by them. Due to the largely low gradient of the cycle paths, they are just as popular with cycle hikers as they are with the locals: Tyrol's cycle paths for everyday and leisure cycling are partly well asphalted or run along well-trodden gravel paths. In some sections they follow field paths or cross the village centres along low-traffic village roads.