Cycling destinations in the Alps
With the opening of the BIKE REPUBLIC SÖLDEN we have finally lost our status as a single & flow trail insider tip ... Word of mouth quickly spread around which bike specialty we call here in Sölden:
Our vision is to create a unique place for bikers in the Alps. A Republic in which all bikers feel at home: touring bikers on the tens of routes, flow trailers on our surfy lines, endurists romping on the countless trails. The well-formed trails for beginners and experts flow alongside natural trails - and they are all flanked by excellent rest stops. A republic to feel good and have fun!
Become a Bike Republic citizen
For all citizens of the BIKE REPUBlIC SÖLDEN
From the Bike Season Start on 15 June onwards, all citizens of the trendy Bike Republic Sölden receive their own Passport. You get this Pass purchasing your MTB ticket.
On each trail you collect a stamp representing a visa. For six, twelve or eighteen Trail Visas collected in your pass you get cool biker goodies at the Information Sölden in the Freizeit Arena building: true must-haves for enduro bikers & freeriders!
Register right now and get your Trail Map with all stamp locations - so you won't miss any of the Trail Visas.
"Hin & Heä" - Bike swing
With the commissioning of the 6-seater chairlift Langeggbahn (C31), the BIKE REPUBLIC SÖLDEN becomes a unique bike swing.
The lines and trails on the Gaislachkogl are thus easily accessible from the Giggijoch site and vice versa. From the top station of the Langeggbahn at 2.666m the new highlight starts the "Ollweite Line", with a length of 7 km and a height difference of more than 700 m, the line is not only a physical challenge for all bikers.
Ötztal bike path far away from traffic and stress
Since the end of March, work has been ongoing on the 1.5 km section of the cycle path between Längenfeld and Umhausen. With the planned completion in the middle of August, another milestone will be reached for the valley-wide bicycle offer.
By 2021, a safe bike path will be built over 52 kilometers through the entire valley, motivating guests and locals to promote environmentally friendly transportation. Thanks to the e-bike trend, longer distances can be overcome even for less sporty people. With the planned connection to the Inntalradweg or the connection over the Timmelsjoch to South Tyrol chances for the tourism arise. The market of long-distance cycle paths and the offer of multi-day tours is booming.