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The elongated Zillertal, with its many side valleys, offers all the cyclists a varied and active holiday. In the sunny valley you will find the optimal conditions to improve your performance level and then move on to the routes at a higher altitude.

The routes in the side valleys, up into the directions of the reservoirs or towards the passes are even for the pros a challenge. The ideal location of the routes (500-1000 m) has a very positive impact your condition. For example, the 40 km long "Zillertaler Höhenstrasse" and the Gerlospass are ideal for training at altitude, but you can also take it easy and enjoy the stunning surroundings.

Examples of a number of routes

Zillertal Cycling Road

An easy family-friendly route without any steep gradients worth mentioning. Start from Strass on the left bank of the Ziller and continue to Schlitters and along the wide valley floor through Fügen and Uderns to Kaltenbach. After passing under the Zillertal-Bundesstrasse, the well-marked route generally follows the Zillertalbahn railway line. Also very suitable for E-Bikes

Elevation profile

Zillertal High Altitude Road

The Zillertal High Altitude Road with a length of 52,7 km can be started from Uderns, Ried, Kaltenbach, Aschau, Zell am Ziller or Hippach. Consistently well-surfaced asphalt roads up to 2,020m above sea level (Melchboden panorama view). Diversion across charming Alpine pastures possible. Magnificent view across the Zillertaler and Tuxer Alps. There are several traditional snack taverns to welcome you. Suitable for practised bikers (possible with mountainbike as well as road bike)

Elevation profile

Tour from the Zillertal via the Gerlospass to the Grossglockner and back

With a length of 294 km, climbing the Gerlospass twice and of course climbing the Grossglockner (highest mountain of Austria) this a route for the real enthusiast. From Stumm the route goes via  Zell am Ziller - Gerlos - Königsleiten - Krimml - Mittersill in the direction of the bottom of the Grossglockner.

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Elevation profile Gerlospas

Elevation profile Grossglockner


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