Around 3,800 kilometers of official MTB routes around the Arlberg make the region a true paradise for all bikers. We show you the most popular routes for every driving skill.

MTB routes on the Arlberg

Trails / difficulty level slightly

STANZERTALER CYCLE PATH
Start and finish: St. Anton
Duration: 1 h 45 min.
Length: 26.1 km
Max. Slope: 13%
Along the Rosanna in Stanzertal between St. Anton and Flirsch lies this family friendly round trip.
Places to get started : Sankt Anton, Pettneu, Schnann, Flirsch

Trails / difficulty level medium

RENDLALMRUNDE
Start and finish: St. Anton
Duration: 1 h 45 min.
Length: 15.8 km
Max. Slope 15%
This north-side round trip leads up to the Rendlalm. Until mid-autumn, this trail is best passable.
Places to get started: St. Anton, St. Jakob

FROM RENDL TO THE KARTELLSEE
Start and finish: St. Anton
Duration: 1 h 45 min.
Length: 17.5 km
Max. Slope 17%
If you are not traveling with the E-MTB or would like to avoid the really steep ascent to the Moostal, Kartellsee can also be reached with the Rendlbahn. The driveway including MTB is possible, the transport of the mountain bike even for free.
Places to get started: St. Anton

MALFUN TOUR
Start and finish: St. Anton
Duration: 2 h
Length: 26.4 km
Max. Slope 13%
This route takes you past the Roman bridge Grins, the parish church Grins, the castle Wiesberg and the Trisannabücke.
Places to get started: Sankt Anton, Pettneu

GANATSCHALM
Start and finish: St. Anton
Duration: 3 h
Length: 34.1 km
Max. Slope 12%
With stunning views over the basin Landeck this route is one of the most pleasant alpine tours.
Places to get started: St. Anton, Schnann, Pettneu

Trails / difficulty level hard

BIKE TOUR RENDL
Start and finish: St. Anton
Duration: 2 h
Length: 15.3 km
Max. Slope 20%
This tour is quite short but really challenging. Between 15 and 20% is the almost continuous gradient in the ascent passages. A special highlight is the magnificent view of the Lechtal Alps and the refreshment stop at Rendl.
Places to get started: St. Anton

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