Best mountain biking trails in Salzburg, Austria

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Explore the most popular mountain biking trails in Salzburg with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of mountain biking trails in Salzburg, Austria
Top trails (24)
#1 - Salzkammergut 10 lakes cycle path
Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
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Length: 218.6 mi
The Salzburg cycle path leads in two large loops through the Salzburgerland and to Upper Austria. There are 13 lakes on the mostly asphalted route, including Mattsee, Fuschlsee, Mondsee and Traunsee. There are also attractive places such as Salzburg, Bad Ischl and the World Heritage Site Hallstatt.Show more
#2 - Stoneman Taurista
Flachau, Salzburg, Austria
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Length: 78.1 mi
The Stoneman Taurista route takes you through varied terrain, such as lush meadows, towering mountains, and breathtaking panoramic views. The ride is a total of 123 kilometers. Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime.Show more
#3 - Tirolerrunde über Saalbach, Hinterglemm und Leogang
Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Salzburg, Austria
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Length: 29.7 mi • Est. Multi-day
#5 - Schattberg Runde Saalbach Hinterglemm
Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Salzburg, Austria
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Length: 18.3 mi
Bike along the promenade in the direction of Saalbach towards Jausern, where you will turn right over a parking lot on a wide gravel road slightly and then head uphill to the snack station, Rammern. From there, follow a long gravel road steeply rising over the Limbergalm up to the two highest peaks of Glemmtal, the Schattberg East and the Schattberg West summits. Once there, a breathtaking panorama awaits and the Westgipfelhütte invites you for a welcome break. Next, over a beautiful Singltrail to the Hackelbergalm, then more downhill on a gravel road past the Bergstadl and back to Hinterglemm.Show more
#6 - Bike and Hike Pfaffenkegel
Golling an der Salzach, Salzburg, Austria
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Length: 20.5 mi • Est. 11 h 31 m
900 meters by bike, 400 on foot From Golling via the Bluntautal to the Oberjoch .... and then to the Carl von Stahlhaus (and 10 minutes to the Pfaffenkogel)Show more
#7 - Preberhalterhütte
Biosphere Reserve of Salzburger Lungau and Carinthian Nockberge
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Length: 3.6 mi • Est. 1 h 26 m
from the Ludlalm on Prebersee follow Mountainbikeweg 12, hut managed in summer (track ends shortly before the hut)Show more
#8 - Buchauhutte, Hachaualm, Obergaßalm
Sankt Johann im Pongau, Salzburg, Austria
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Length: 10.3 mi • Est. 5 h 9 m
The hut on the Hachaualm is open in summer from June 22nd to September 20th; There is a playground with a trampoline and cuddly toys for the children and you can fortify yourself with regional food. In winter you can warm up after skiing.Show more
#9 - Wetterkreuz
Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Salzburg, Austria
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Length: 10.6 mi
Start is in Hinterglemm - head east toward Saalbach. From the Wieseneggkurve turn right onto the Glemmtaler Radweg along the Saalach. In Saalbach, at the Schattberg-X-Press, cross the bridge. Passing the valley station of the Schattberg-X-Press, continue on through the village street / pedestrian zone in the direction of Spielberghaus. Shortly before the Spielberghaus, a gravel road leads to the left towards Bernkogel. In front of the middle station, a new forest path leads to the Wetterkreuz, from where you ride via a single track to the Reiteralm and then on to the Reiterkogel middle station. From here there are two possibilities for the descent. Either on the flowline Blue Line or the forest road direction Hinterglemm center.Show more
#10 - Bürglalm, Ahornstein, Huberalm, and Dienten am Hochkönig
Dienten am Hochkönig, Salzburg, Austria
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Length: 8.5 mi • Est. 4 h 26 m
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