- About Radstadt
The region around Radstadt really has a lot to offer cyclists – from easy family-friendly stretches to demanding mountain treks that make you sweat. Mountain bikers really get their money’s worth on the region’s 20 signposted trails. Proficient riders can conquer the Rossbrand by climbing the 950 meter ascent in marvellous nature.
Current maps are available at the tourist office free of charge.
By the way - a charging-point for e-bikes you can find at the city square of Radstadt.
You want to go higher and scale the mountains with your bike? “TauernBikeTours" offers guided (mountain)bike tours.
Every Monday from May 23 unti October 17, 2017 at 04.00 pm there is for all Radstadt-guests a guided tour for free. Please enrol yourself until 02.00 pm at the tourist information Radstadt.
As guest in one of the partner-accommodations of TauernBikeTours, you can also take part on three guided (mountain)bike tours a week - free of charge.
Of course we offer some attractive packages for bikers - click HERE.
A precise map, elevation profile, descriptive texts, the downloadable GPS-track and printable maps in various scales are the optimal preparation for your experience. The 3D-setting is a special treat, which enables you to experience your tour – even before visiting the area.
Impressive mountains, romantic valleys, rushing wild streams, idyllic villages and historic towns accompany you through a unique natural backdrop along the 250 km Enns bike path.
Info about the package HERE.
At 96 and 147 kilometres, the Amadé Bike Marathon is for experienced cyclists as well as people who are new to marathons and looking challenge. The most difficult climb is right at the beginning, at the Ramsau. At 1.200 m above the sea, this is the highest point of the race. The A course covers 1,535 m of altitude and the B course 2,221. As always, the marathon starts in the Radstadt town square at 7.30 am. The date for the 23rd Amadé bike marathon is Sunday, 22 May, 2016
. For further information click HERE.
For further information about the package click HERE.
The special Transalp tour covers 6 stages over 310 km from Radstadt across the Alps to Kranjska Gora in Slovenia, taking you through 6,500 metres of altitude.