Explore Tyrol on your Trek e-bike

Mountains, waterfalls and a maximum elevation.

This e-mountain bike tour is packed with literally all of what mountain biking in Tyrol has to offer. Your trip begins with a smooth ride along the Ötztaler Ache, where you may catch a glimpse of one or another raft flipping through the rapids, before the Stuibenfall will make your jaw drop. Tyrol’s tallest waterfall impresses with a height of an incredible 159 metres! Even if you’ll never tire of looking at this spectacular sight, you’ll soon want to continue your trip to one of our traditional mountain inns so you can refuel with a delicious snack to continue exploring Tyrol on your brand-new Trek e-bike. Enjoy the lovely food of the hut and try the craft brewed beer from of your host. And if you ask nicely, you'll get a free tour through his microbrewery. Together with your group, you can then choose whether your way back will be a broad forest road or a fun downhill track suited for all difficulty levels. This mountain bike experience not only teaches you how to handle your e-bike, but also how to correctly sit on it and how to master your first downhill sections with ease. Book online now and take advantage of our valuable insider tips, expert coaching, and maximum learning guarantee.

Allow between five and six hours to explore Tyrol on one of our Trek e-bikes. The length and elevation gain for this tour are 50 kilometres and 1,100 metres in height, respectively. The trip is accompanied by our professional, certified guides, who also provide you with an introduction to the sport and safety instructions.

All equipment you need to explore Tyrol on your Trek e-bike is included in the price. We equip you with your own Trek bike and provide you with a helmet. The price for this tour even includes exclusive entry to the Water AREA on the day of your visit. All you need to bring is comfy slacks to ride in, appropriate footwear, and all-weather outdoor clothing – just in case.

To book this activity, you need to 14 years or older and at least 1.53 metres tall. A good physical condition is, of course, also required.
This tour runs rain or shine. If the weather is actually dangerous, an alternate date will be given.
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