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Mountain biking in the Tannheim Valley

Mountain biking in the Tannheim valley is once in a life time experience. There are eleven bike routes with a total of 150 kilometers that have been uniformly signposted and approved of by the Tyrolean State. Additionally, the Tannheim Valley is the starting point for the newly designed route, "Bike Trail Tirol". The large circuit tour with over 800 kilometers and many connecting stages with an additional 500 kilometers, is designed so that bikers can individualize their route. You can explore the surrounding area on a bike path called the "Radwanderweg Tannheimer Tal", passing over 40 kilometers of the beautiful Tyrolean mountain valley. The cycling paths are uniformly signposted and lie off of the main road. Via Schattwald bike towards Rehbach to reach Oberjoch and Unterjoch in the Allgäu - linger a moment at the Moorweiher "Floschen". Or cycle through Tannheim and Grän, and continue on the new waterfront promenade at Haldensee leading to Nesselwängle. A detour into the Nature Reserve Vilsalpsee is definitely worth it. You can view the routes on our interactive map over the internet. The Mountain Bike Guide Tannheimer Tal contains route descriptions, altitude profiles, tips and maps. All tours are clearly signposted and can be combined with each other. The routes marked in blue are for the recreational bikers. Red signposts indicate the intermediate level tours, and black signs pose a sporting challenge for advanced riders. The MTB guide costs  3.00 euro and  can be purchased at the Tannheim Valley tourist offices.


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