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Biking in Stuben

Straight ahead, up or downhill

Bicycle, mountain bike or high-end cycle...

Stuben offers bikers every possible option – from short trips to long tours

You will already have a sniff of summer air at breakfast after a comfortable night’s sleep in Stuben am Arlberg and can enjoy your first coffee with your next cycling tour just around the corner. Check the next route quickly, swing yourself into the saddle and you’re off into the morning fresh air and awakening nature. Stuben is thus the ideal starting point for a wide variety of biking fun. For beginners, advanced and expert bikers, those who ride for pleasure, road cyclists or mountain bikers.

There are a myriad of options in the entire country: The signposted bike-path network in Vorarlberg is almost 300 km long. You can transport your mountain bike in the gondolas with ease. From challenging single tracks through to pleasant Alpine trails, from rides with gentle elevation to those which are hellishly steep, from short trips to long tours: Stuben am Arlberg is the ideal starting point for different bike tours around the Arlberg. Up hill, down dale, through many a small stream into the gulley we go. There is definitely something for people of every fitness level here. Spectacular downhill descents but also comfortable Alpine runs with the bike, or also by gondola, can be tackled from Stuben am Arlberg as your starting point. This is why Sonnenkopf in Klösterle with its easy to challenging mountainbike routes is deemed a mountain bike Eldorado. You can transport your bike on the Sonnenkopf cable car.

Please feel free to ask your hosts in Stuben about the tours and transport options.

Alpencross - Transalp

The Alpencross – Transalp from Oberstdorf to Lake Garda, which the Alpine school Arlberg Alpin among others undertakes, is a sporting challenge. Day 2 leads you through the Klostertal. From the Freiburger Hut (1918 m), you ride over a difficult forest train to Dalaas (830 m) and then further over the Kristbergsattel (1486 m) to the Heilbronner Hut at an altitude of 2320 m, the border between Voralberg and Tyrol.

Easy tour – St. Anton and back

St. Anton am Arlberg (1284 m) – Mooserkreuz (1430 m) – Verwalltal – Konstanzer Hut (1688 m) – same route on the return journey.

Route characteristics: Asphalt and gravel

Total distance 18 km, ascent 9 km/400 m elevation, descent 9 km

Photography: Andy Sillaber/SIMPLON


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Intermediate tour: Kops Dam – St. Anton

Parking area Kops-Stausee (1809m) – Verbellaalpe (1938 m) – Heilbronner Hut (2308 m) – Verbellner Winterjöchli – Scheidseen (2270 m) – Schönverwalltal – Konstanzer Hut (1688 m) – Verwalltal – Mooserkreuz (1430 m) – St. Anton am Arlberg (1284 m).

Route characteristics: Asphalt and gravel, Trial, pushing/carrying section approx. 40 min, 

Total distance 24 km, ascent: 6 km/ 500 m elevation, descent 18 km

Photography: Hans Wiesenhofer/Kleinwalsertal Tourismus

 


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Difficult tour – Partenen – St. Anton

Partenen – Parking Mautstelle (1113 m) –Außer Ganifer (1447 m) – Inner Ganifer (1518 m) – Kops-Stausee (1809 m) – Kops-Stausee (1809 m) – Verbellaalpe (1938 m) – Heilbronner Hut (2308 m) – Verbellner Winterjöchli –Scheidseen (2270 m) – Schönverwalltal – Konstanzer Hut (1688 m) – Verwalltal – Mooserkreuz (1430 m) – St. Anton am Arlberg (1284 m).

Route characteristics: Asphalt and gravel, Trial, pushing/carrying section approx. 40 min

Total distance 29 km, ascent 11 km/1200 m elevation, descent 18 km

Photography: walser-image.com/Archiv Land Vorarlberg

 


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Difficult tour – Silbertal – St. Anton

Silbertal (889 m) – Fellimännle (1104 m) – Untere Ronaalpe (1356 m) – Untere Gaflunaalpe (1360 m) – Untere Dürrwaldalpe (1469 m) – Untere Freschalpe (1572 m) – Obere Freschalpe (1890 m) – Langer See (1936 m) – Silbertaler Winterjöchle (1945 m) – Schönverwalltal – Konstanzer Hut (1688 m) – Verwalltal – Mooserkreuz (1430m) – St. Anton am Arlberg.

Route characteristics: Asphalt and gravel, Trial, pushing/carrying section approx. 50 min

Total distance 32 km, ascent 18 km/1050 m elevation, descent 14 km

Photography: walser-image.com/Diedamskopf

 


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