If you’re visiting Zell am See Kaprun on two wheels, Haus Altenberger is the perfect place to step out of the saddle.
Whether you’re into road cycling, mountain biking or motorcycle-touring, Zell am See Kaprun is famous for its spectacular rides. Events such as the Grossglockner High Alpine Road’s Glocknerkönig Race and the Ironman 70.3 test professionals in Austria’s mountain terrain, while routes Hundstein Round Trip, Bikepark Leogang, Tauern-Cycle-Road and the Grossglockner High Alpine Road offer amateur riders a chance to experience the area from the saddle. Whether you are motoring through or relying on pure muscle power, you’ll love Zell am See’s world-class roads and trails, and breathtaking scenery.
Zell am See Kaprun – a paradise for narrow tires
Competing in the Glocknerkönig race along the Grossglockner High Alpine Road isn’t everyone’s idea of a holiday. Luckily, anyone can ride this magnificent mountain pass any day though summer – including timekeeping. So whether you’re riding for pleasure or aiming for the podium, there are plenty of opportunities for all cyclist to enjoy Zell am See Kaprun’s famous cycling routes. From cozy family tours along the Tauern Cycle, to the grand landscapes of pass roads around Maria Alm, Hochkoenig and the Pillerseetal, there’s something for everyone. Even professional triathletes and Ironman riders will find the region offers excellent training routes.
Family Aigner loves cycling too, and we do our best to cater to our two-wheeled guests. Locked bike storage is available, or you’re welcome to store your bike on your room’s balcony if you prefer. We’re also more than happy to share our local knowledge and help you select the best cycling routes in the region.
Studded tires and rocky single tracks on the roof of the world
If you prefer to do your riding off-road, you’ll love Zell am See Kaprun’s single tracks and trails. Distance riders who love big climbs often tackle the famous Hundstein, ride out to the Maiskogel or hit the trails around the Hochkoenig. Downhill enthusiasts prefer the new downhill-trails at the Kitzsteinhorn, or take on the Big Five Challenge in Saalbach Hinterglemm. Both downhillers and freeriders will have a blast in the legendary Bikepark Leogang, where you can ride the famous UCI Downhill World Cup tracks.
Switchbacks, surreal mountains scenery and road rides you’ll remember forever
Like to explore the mountains on your motorbike? Then you’ll love riding through the spectacular mountain passes in the Zell am See Kapun region, including the world famous Grossglockner High Alpine Road. Make sure you pack your camera. Further south, the winding Felbertauernstrasse route is a favourite with riders who enjoy sweeping turns, mountain air and great scenery. With lots of options available, our staff are happy to help plan your ride. So fill up your tank and come enjoy some of Austria’s best alpine roads, right here in Zell am See.
A highlight is always the Großglockner High-Alpine Road (on a bicycle and on a motor bike!):
Need some information on riding routes, road conditions or accommodation availability? Get in touch!