Arlberg in the Summer
Kriegerhorn, Karhorn, Stierloch... These are names that set skiers' pulses racing in winter During the summer, the Arlberg has numerous mountain biking routes that take in the most beautiful places and peaks. Whether you are a beginner or a trail junkie, there are plenty of routes to choose from in Lech Zürs am Arlberg...
Recharge your batteriesexperience nature with all your senses
Mountain biking is rightly considered to be an ideal recreational sport for winter sports enthusiasts. It strengthens the leg and core muscles as well as improving coordination skills, and these are just two of the reasons why many winter sports enthusiasts use cycling as training. In Lech Zürs, you are in the heart of Arlberg, so the routes are incredibly scenic. It is not just a form of exercise, it is also good for the mind. In Lech Zürs, mountain biking is about experiencing flow and taking strength from being in the midst of the impressive mountain scenery.
Get on the saddleFantastic routes in the Arlberg
The routes around Lech Zürs are diverse and varied. There is something for beginners and recreational cyclists, as well as experienced trail cyclists and fans of high altitudes. Huts and meadows along the way provide opportunities for a well-earned rest. This means that the sporting aspect of an active holiday is always combined with the necessary rest and recovery.
Equipment and ServiceBikeshops in Lech Zürs
LechcardIncluding Summer Cable Cars
Burgwald - TrailTrail - Fun
Take a BreakHuts and Restaurants
Dos und Don’ts Consideration and caution
Basically obvious but also extremely important: show consideration to people and nature when cycling. These are the most important aspects for ensuring that a holiday in Lech Zürs is a great experience for all visitors:
Keep a constant eye on your speed
Do not lock up the wheels unnecessarily
Do not enter closed sections
Do not cycle on closed tracks, e.g. during forestry work or tracks that are permanently off-limits for bikes
Abide by quiet times for animals (after 7 pm in the summer)
Show consideration to walkers
Overtake slowly, preferably with a friendly greeting
Always be ready to brake
Protection of the environment
Do not leave any rubbish behind and do not cycle off the marked tracks
Correctly assess your cycling skills
Critically question your abilities
Adhering to these principles helps ensure peaceful coexistence of landowners, hikers and cyclists.