Single tracks in Tyrol
For all those craving just one thing: thrilling downhill action.
No matter if you are seeking to take your skills to the next level or to find perfect flow on the single tracks in Tyrol, this will be the best opportunity to do so. Use this chance and train with real pros. Just don’t forget that they’ve all once been where you are right now. They are prepared to share their insider tips with you and help you pimp your own riding style at Sölden’s Bike Republic. Put your new knowledge into practice and clean the finest rock gardens and single tracks in Tyrol. This trip is also suited for freeride newbs!
Allow a total eight hours for this tour. Please note that, unlike all our other tours, this activity does not start on the AREA 47 premises. The transfer is included in the tour price. The activity is accompanied by our professional, certified guides, who also provide you with an introduction to the sport and safety instructions.
All equipment required for this experience, including Trek-Bike Remedy 7 , O’Neal bike gear (full-face helmet as well as back, elbow, shin, and knee protection), backpack, and water bottle are provided by us. Feel free to bring your own gear if you prefer that, but note that a full-face helmet is obligatory on this trip. You should also bring comfy slacks you can ride in, appropriate footwear, and all-weather outdoor clothing – just in case. And don’t forget your lunch money, as we will make a stop at one of Sölden’s mountain inns to refuel.
To book this experience, you must be at least 16 years of age and 1.53 metres tall. Other requirements include previous mountain bike experience and a good physical condition.
This activity is available from mid-June, which is when the Bike Republic Sölden opens its doors for the new season.
The price for this activity covers your bike, bike gear, a day pass for the lift, as well as exclusive entry to our splashy Water AREA on the day of your visit. The experience includes downhill rides in the Bike Republic Sölden park as well as off shaped tracks with professional MTB guides.
This tour runs rain or shine. If the weather is actually dangerous, an alternate date will be given.
Are you looking for real mountain bike action and an adventure in the Ötztal mountains that’s worth every penny? Join us on our electric-powered Valley Loop mountain bike trip in the dazzling nature of the Ötztal and explore Tyrol from the perspective of your e-mountain bike. Pass by Tyrol’s tallest waterfall and enjoy the most scenic spots in the region. Our experienced guides provide professional coaching that equips you with all the essentials you need for a premium e-mountain bike experience in Tyrol.
This all-terrain mountain bike trip to Lake Piburg in Tyrol gives you a unique opportunity to experience the variety of mountain biking in Tyrol first hand. Experience your first downhill ride on one of our easier single tracks suited for all levels. Improve your riding technique and gain the fundamentals for quick progress. Our experienced and licenses AREA 47 Bike Academy guides ensure the best biking experience in the Ötztal mountains. Also included in this tour are our quality Trek bikes, O’Neal safety gear, and the support from our certified mountain bike guides.
You long for a break in the mountains? Get in the saddle of one of our high-end e-bikes and enjoy the momentum. With the electric support of our new generation e-bike fleet, you can take on this trip with ease. Our licensed mountain bike guides provide you with interesting insights into the art of e-bike trekking.
Our indoor MX hall is the perfect place to test our hot fleet of electric powered MX bikes. Professional, certified guides and real pros on site ensure you can make the most of your indoor ride and you can try out our latest generation e-motocross bikes.
The Imster Schlucht rafting experience in the Ötztal in Tyrol is a great introductory white-water trip. It has a level three difficulty rating, meaning it’s suitable for beginners. The unique course of the river, however, excites rafters of all levels. Including some excellent waves and drops that guarantee bursts of laughter in the boat and plenty of adrenaline, rafting in the Imster Schlucht delivers a mix between great natural scenery and excellent white-water and is ideal for corporate, club, school, and family trips.
The clue is in the name: this trip is all about abseiling and the most adventurous, steep canyons. There is no jumping, no sliding, just you, a rope, and the cliffs. This tour is suitable for both beginners and experienced canyoning fans, and takes between three to four hours, including transfer to and from the canyon.