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Get into the Mountainbike fun!

From a beginners tour to challenging mountain bike trails – get up high in Tux-Finkenberg at the end of the valley. A divine mountain panorama and a view of the striking Olperer summit are part of each tour. Experience the Tuxertal valley by bike from its most beautiful angle. Ride on the numerous cycling paths and mountain bike trails amidst Tux-Finkenberg impressive nature.  

The best mountain bike trails

You’re planning a neat day by bike or, as a pro, an adrenaline-packed cross-country ride? Tux-Finkenberg has it all. Find four routes in and around Tux-Finkenberg with different levels of difficulty:

Overcome 870 altitude metres on this mountain bike route. This trail is particularly suited for beginners and families, 16.7 km long with a total riding time of around 2.5 hours.
Part of the route leads across the state road, which is why good fitness is important here. You’re rewarded with the impressive panoramic view of the surrounding mountains.

Start in the Finkenberg village centre and take the tarmacked L6, Tuxer Landesstrasse, with its many bends and an easy ascent to Hintertux. Then ride on a well-developed gravel road to the snack station Bichlalm with regional delicacies for bikers.


  • Category: easy
  • Number: 426
  • Length: 16,7 km
  • Duration: 2,5 h
  • Altitude metres: 870m

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The start is in Tux-Lanersbach, at an altitude of 1,300m. First, it's a bit along the forest road. Soon an old mule track will cross the path. Follow this path until the view is cleared and greet the Junsberg, Madseitberg and the Grüblspitze from the other side. Then you are on the Höllensteinhütte. From there it goes along a gravel road in the direction of Grieralm. Soon you will see the Grieralm from afar. Now you just need to follow the way back to Tux-Lanersbach.

From amtateur to pro route:

  • Category: Intermediate
  • Number: 497
  • Length: 11 km
  • Duration: 2 h
  • Altitude metres: 1.370 m

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This route doesn’t just feature tarmac and gravel, but also a 0.6 km single trail for mountain bikers! Arrive at an altitude of 2,290 m after a two-hour ride on the 12.3 km route.

Start your tour pedalling in the village centre of Tux-Vorderlanersbach. Several turns follow leading past the traditional and charming old farms (Weiler Schöneben) in Tux. The route runs uphill to Hobalm, which is where the old gravel path starts, on which you now ride uphill through idyllic alpine territory to the Geiseljoch. The challenging part of the route starts now, straining your muscles until the end. Turn off onto the hiking trail for the last 100 m of the tour and you’ve reached your destination. Experience the imposing view of the southern mountain chains of the Inntal on one side and the impressive far view of the Tuxertal valley on the other while you’re on the Geiseljoch mountain pass.

Amateur/pro route:

  • Category: intermediate to difficult
  • Number: 424
  • Length: 12,3 km
  • Duration: 2 h
  • Altitude metres: 1.060 m

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Impressive, in the upper part, however, also quite steep tour to one of the most beautiful vantage points in the Tux Valley. From Hintertux on a good gravel road to the Bichlalm. Further crossing the Weitentalbach and rising through beautiful larch forest to Sommerbergalm. From there continue in several hairpin bends to the Tuxerjochhaus.

NEW: From the Tuxerjoch you can continue on several serpentines towards Schmirn / Kasern.

  • Category: Medium to hard
  • Length: 13.9 km
  • Duration: 3 h
  • Altitude: 952 m

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Pros get their money’s worth here: perfect fitness is a precondition for tackling these 2,255 altitude metres. The difficult mountain bike route from Finkenberg across Penkenjoch takes around 4 hours and is 24.2 km long. Road conditions: tarmac and gravel.

Start in the Finkenberg district of Persal and turn right onto the tarmacked mountain road heading towards Stein. From there you will enjoy an easy cycle ride to Astegg. A well-developed forest road leads past Gasthof Gschösswand through numerous horseshoe bends to the mountain station of the Penkenbahn mountain railway. From here you can enjoy the gentle climb into the valley through idyllic stone pine woods breathing in the pleasant small of stone pine wood. The trail leads westwards to the Penkenjoch. Take a right turn here to Wanglalm. Experience the region’s traditional on the site of the former magnesite mine during your bike tour. The final stage to the destination of your cycling tour is so close you can almost touch it – Tux-Vorderlanersbach.

Expert route:

  • Category: difficult
  • Number: 437,422
  • Length: 24,2 km
  • Duration: 4 h
  • Altitude metres: 2.255 m

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Rent a bike – bike rental in Tux-Finkenberg

Receive professional advice and excellent equipment in Tux-Finkenberg to experience impressive tours for e-mountainbikes, bicycles or mountain bike. Rent mountain bikes or e-mountainbikes at the sport stores in the Tuxertal region.

  • Bernhard Sport Mode

Bernhard Stöckl
Lanersbach 493, 6293 Tux
+43 5287 87797

  • Insider – the sportshop

Matthias Mader
Vorderlanersbach 83, 6293 Tux
+43 5287 87336

  • Insider - the sportshop

Matthias Mader
Persal 208, 6292 Finkenberg
+43 5287 86109-45

  • Intersport Hintertux

Familie Tipotsch
Hintertux 783, 6294 Tux
+43 5287 8580 405

  • Sport Mode Stock

Hans und Leonhard Stock
Dorf 141, 6292 Finkenberg
Bike rental in Hotel Stock resort*****
+43 5285 620390

  • Sport Nenner

Stefan Mader
Lanersbach 402, 6293 Tux
+43 5287 87447

  • Bikeguide Zillertal – Touren & Verleih

Stefan Kröll
Dornau 308, 6292 Finkenberg
+43 664 35 35 256

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Mountain bike rules

Mountain biking is a sport that entails dangers. Correctly assessing the conditions and your own riding skills avoids dangerous situations. If you’re not sure which routes are suitable for you, simply enquire at the Tux-Finkenberg tourism office. Here you’ll receive information from the local staff.
Furthermore, here are some rules and guidelines to make cycling in the Tuxertal valley easier for you:


  • Safety always comes first. Wear a helmet – save your brains!
  • Please close all gates, barriers and meadow fences after use.
  • Cyclists aren’t the only ones out there: treat the animals and plants living there with care!
  • Don’t leave any waste behind in nature.
  • Avoid unnecessary noise.
  • Please stay on the marked trails – respect your boundaries!
  • Only ride so fast that you can stop at any time.
  • Give hikers and pedestrians right of way.


Bike break-down? No problem!

The right tools are essential on any bike tour. Everyone’s experienced a blowout in the middle of the forest with no repair shop in sight. Remember to pack the following before going cycling:

  • Multi-tool with 4 mm and 5 mm Allen key
  • Phillips head & slotted screwdriver
  • Riveted chain bolts
  • Chain lock
  • Replacement inner tube
  • Pump
  • Tyre lever

This will ensure that you enjoy a nice bike tour without any mishaps!

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Destination address for your navigation:
A-6293 Tux, Lanersbach 401

Plan your route online:

Detailed information on how to get to Tux-Finkenberg by bus is available here.

The airports at Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich are between 90 and 230 km from Tux-Finkenberg.


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