Wilde Krimml This tour runs above the forest line and offers a fantastic view of the highest peaks in our region.
Actually is the 2,264-meter high local mountain of Gerlos, the Isskogel, reached by bike only in a very exhausting ascent. But the gondola "Isskogel Bahn" takes the misery of this mountain. Up to 1,900 meters transports the gondola bikers, so that still remain plenty of power reserves, not just drive up to the Isskogel, but also to make the detour into the "Wilde Krimml", a particularly charming valley. Since this tour almost exclusively runs above the treeline, it offers a fantastic panoramic view of the Gerlos pass with the reservoir "Durlassboden", the opposite side valleys and the peaks and glaciers of the Zillertal Alps.

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Arena Panorama Tour 1 The classic bike tour - from Zell am Ziller to Gerlos with an unobstructed view of the Zillertal Alps!

A fantastic panoramic tour that takes you - after an admittedly strenuous ascent - from Zell to the Kreuzwiesenhütte mountain hut and then along a gently undulating 15 km long section into the Gerlos ski area. This panoramic trail leads you almost entirely through open alpine pastures, thus offering unobstructed views of the Zillertal Alps with their glaciers on the opposite side. The descent over varying terrain brings you back down to Gerlos from where you can either return to Zell by bus (decision is up to the bus driver) or cycle back along the main road.


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Arena Panorama Tour 2 From the Isskogel mountain station to Zell am Ziller, this tour offers pure biking pleasure!

The Arena Panorama Tour 2 offers a mountain backdrop just as beautiful as that of its "sister" tour, the Arena Panorama Tour 1, but it requires a lot less sweat! The tour begins with a trip in the Isskogelbahn cable car so that you're already at an altitude of 1,900 m before you even begin pedalling. This allows less fit bikers and beginners to enjoy a tour through breathtaking alpine terrain above the tree line with spectacular views of the Zillertal Alps and their glaciers. After you've followed the panorama trail over a distance of ten kilometres at a constant elevation of almost 2,000 metres, you come to the Kreuzwiesenalm mountain hut where you can stop and enjoy a refreshment. From there follow the long descent via the Gerlosberg mountain to Zell am Ziller.

Arena Panorama Tour 2

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2010 m

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Isskogel On the King's Tour you cycle to the local mountain of Gerlos. A challenging tour with a fantastic view.
Also called as the King Tour of Gerlos, where you ride to the top of the local mountain "Isskogel". From the starting point towards Gerlos Gmünd and then over the Brennachweg to Gerlostalalm. Except of the connection from the "Gerlostalalm" to the "Innerertensalm" is this a flawless and strenuous ascent, which is rewarded with fantastic views of Gerlos, the three side valleys "Schönachtal", "Wimmertal" and "Schwarzachtal" and the glaciers of the Zillertal AlpsA varied descent initially leads down to the "Ebenfeldalm" (Refreshments at the "Arena Center", "Latschenalm" possible) and continue through a dirt trail or through 3 single trails to Gerlos. Be careful on the last 4 kilometers, because agricultural vehicles from the farmers can be expected.
Isskogel

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Hirschbichlalm Demanding tour over the Zillertaler Höhenstraße with breathtaking views over the fantastic Zillertaler mountain world.

Starting from the railway station in Zell, follow the steep mountain road up towards the "Höhenstrasse" high-altitude road to the Hirschbichlalm mountain restaurant where you can enjoy the glorious, scenic vista. After cycling for around half an hour, your efforts will be rewarded at the Herz-Jesu chapel where you can take in the breathtaking view of the "Gerlossteinwand" rock climbing wall. A little further on, beside the Breier farm, there follows a short flat section so you can give your legs a rest. After that comes the steepest section of the tour, an "hors categorie" climb (as in the Tour de France) up to the highest point on the route followed by the well-earned descent.

Hirschbichlalm

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