Bike holidays in Wagrain
Mountain biking, e-biking & cycling
The 4 * family hotel Wagrainerhof in the beautiful Salzburger Land offers you a variety of possibilities to spend your bike holiday full of enjoyment or action:
- Very well signposted bike routes and e-bike routes
- 19 mountain bike tours in all levels of difficulty
- Relaxed e-biking: special tours for e-bikers, charging stations distributed throughout the valley
- Summer gondola operation with bike transport
- River Enns cycle path ideal for family outings
- Cycling tours through the beautiful province of Salzburg
Bike rental in Wagrain
Do you want to rent e-bikes, bicycles or mountain bikes to ensure that nothing stands in the way of your bike holiday? The following sports shops in the village offer a variety of bikes for hire:
- Sport Obermoser (E-Bikes)
- Bike world (mountain bikes, bicycles)
Naturally, convenient delivery of the bikes to our family hotel Wagrainerhof is facilitated.
|E- Bike||1 day|
09 a.m. - 17 p.m.
|E-Bike hire with Wagrain- Kleinarl guest card||30,–||25,–|
|Optional e-bike insurance||9,–||5,–|
Stoneman Taurista: THE ultimate mountain bike adventure with 4,500 meters of altitude gain & 360° alpine panorama
- 123 km & 4.500 meters of altitude gain in 1, 2 or 3 days
- Route to alpine meadows, rustic mountain huts & summits of the Salzburger Land
- Reward: Stoneman Taurista trophy in gold, silver or bronze & placement on the starter & finisher list
- Official Facebook page of the Stoneman Taurista
Tour suggestions for your bike holiday in Wagrain
Nazbauer – middle station “Flying Mozart” – Start: Wagrain
Follow the road towards Moadörfl to the “Red 8-seater cable car” Wagrain – after approx. 800 m turn off right towards the Edelweissalm – past the Edelweissalm to the lift station – turn right towards the Nazbauer and continue along the road – take the turning to the right towards the Berghof – windy bends downhill – after the school turn off to the left – continue along the road – at the junction to the main road turn right towards Wagrain, Markt.
- distance: 11.3 km
- lowest/highest point: 838 m/1,295 m
- total ascent: 468 hm
Grafenberg circular tour – start: Wagrain
First of all alongside the Kleinarler Ache river, before the medium-difficulty tour leads steeply uphill to the highest point at over 1,400 m. Lovely view of the Griessenkar and the Ennskrax’n.
- distance: 16.4 km
- highest point: 1,440 m
- total ascent: 602 hm
Wagrain-Hochgründeck – start: Wagrain
The Hochgründeck, one of the most scenic mountains in Austria is part of this tour. A highlight is the organic refuge, the Heinrich-Kiener-Haus at an altitude of 1,800 m. Short section to push your bike up to the Lacken Chapel.
- distance: 27.5 km
- highest point: 1,792 m
- total of all ascents: 1,126 hm
Baierwald circular tour – start: KleinarlFrom
The “Flying Mozart” cable car on the Griessenkareck is your constant companion along this medium-difficult afternoon tour. From the top you can enjoy a fabulous view over the valley and of the Hochkönig range.
- distance: 19.9 km
- highest point: 1,431 m
- total ascent: 958 hm
Alpendorf circular tour – start: Wagrain
Follow the road towards St. Johann – appr0x. 100 m after the cathedral left across the Town Square – past the Town Square downhill – at the next junction turn left towards Alpendorf- continue along the road – after approx. 500 m turn left at the junction towards Grossarl/Hüttschlag – after approx. 2.2 km turn left and uphill towards Alpendorf – upwards to the Sternhof – from here gravel track – past the Kreistenalm – then right – straight head at the next two forks – steep passage – at the start of the ascent turn right toward the supply cableway station – straight ahead uphill at km 12.2 – next fork left, then keep to the right 3 times, at km 15.4 down to the left – after 1.2 km at the fork up to the right to the road – here in the bend down to the left (up to the right leads to the Sonnalm along route 13) – in windy bends downhill to the main road – turn left to Wagrain.
- distance: 30.8 km
- lowest/highest point: 570 m/1,360 m
- total ascent: 946 hm
Frauenalm – start: Wagrain “Red 8-seater“
Follow the forest track – past the lift station towards the Nazbauer- past the Nazbauer along route 17 (Baierwald) – approx. 5 km to the Nazbauer turn off left – uphill past the Gasthof Schüttalm to the large grazing fence/mountain ridge – along the road downhill to Flachauwinkel – left along the main road towards Flachau – through Flachau – at the first roundabout take the third exit towards Wagrain – at the second roundabout take the second exit towards Wagrain – continue along the road – Wagrain “Red 8-seater“ is on the left-hand side after approx. 6 km.
- distance: 33.2 km
- lowest/highest point: 880 m/1,852 m
- total ascent: 1,017 hm
Griessenkar – start: Wagrain “Red 8-seater Cable Car“
Follow the forest track – past the lift station towards the Nazbauer – turn off left after approx. 1 km – towards the “Wagrainer Haus“ (route 12) – uphill ot the Kogelalm – follow the trail downhill to the Jandlalm – past the Jandlalm to the main road (approx. 7 km) – at the main road turn off to the left – at the first roundabout take the third exit towards Wagrain – at the second roundabout take the second exit towards Wagrain – continue along the roads – the Wagrain “Red 8-seater“ is on the left-hand side of the road after approx. 6 km.
- distance: 24.3 km
- lowest/highest point: 880 m/1,760 m
- total ascent: 900 hm
Kleinarler Hütte, scenic tour – start: Tourist Office in Kleinarl
From Kleinarl, home of ski legend Annemarie Moser-Pröll, head off to the Kleinarler Hütte with lovely views of Kleinarl’s local mountain, the Ennskrax’n. After the descent you can take a worthwhile detour to the Jägersee Lake.
- distance: 20.9 km
- highest point: 1,751 m
- total ascent: 762 hm
Flying Mozart circular tour – start: Wagrain
Easy and varied pleausre tour on the “sunny side”. Gentle ascent to the excursio destination “Weberlandl” including the Edelweiss-Alm, farm museum and Daarmoossee Lake. Spectacular views of the Dachstein!
- distance: 11 km
- highest point: 1,295 m
- total ascent: 468 hm