Your biking holidays in Zillertal
Pure mountain enjoyment on a mountain bike
Start pedalling and conquer a peak. Rise above yourself. Enjoy the whistling airflow. Feel the pure freedom. A holiday with your mountain bike here in Tux can be enjoyed in different ways. Look forward to relaxing hours cycling along the Ziller river, exhilarating single tracks, enjoyable mountain pasture circuits and challenging ascents. Whether with a mountain bike, e-bike, racing bike or fatbike - you can start many tours directly from Hotel Eden.
At a glance - biking around Hotel Eden:
- 1,200 km network of biking paths with all levels of difficulty in Zillertal
- Mountain bike & e-bike rental close by
- The perfect location for biking, tours start at our front door
- Personal route tips from your hosts
- Borrow cycling maps from the hotel free of charge
- Bike washing area and lockable bike room
- Free afternoon snack with drink to take with you from the breakfast buffet
- Wäscheservice (for a fee)
The Zillertal biking paradise
Bikes are booming. Especially here in Zillertal. 1,200 kilometres of designated biking paths are available to you. We would be happy to give you some tips and help you plan your route. A lot of information is also available online. With the Bike Arena project, you can even bike beyond regional borders and go to the Pongau district in the state of Salzburg. Do you want to discover all of Tyrol by bike? That is also possible. Here you can find everything you need to know about the “Bikeschaukel Tirol” (Tyrol Mountain Bike Safari) that crossing the entire country for more than 780 km. Do you love adrenalin? Then the single tracks in Zillertal are perfect for you.
Biking with electric tailwind
Higher. Further. And a little bit faster. Whoever gets onto an e-bike will experience the fascination of mountain biking in a new way. The small electric motor is your extra power boost. In other words: the power of your legs can deliver more kilometres. Many of our bike partners also rent e-bikes. Our recommendation: Bike & Hike. Take an e-bike for the first stretch of the route, so you have enough strength and energy for hiking up to the peak on foot.