Cyclist on an E-bike holiday Austria

(E-)bike holiday in Austria

Tackling the natural surroundings on two wheels


Cycling is an experience for all the family or even for a group of friends. Thanks to the E-Bikes available on loan in the 5 star Superior STOCK resort, different levels of fitness and endurance are quickly and easily evened out. This means you can head out together on a tour to explore and enjoy the mountains in Zillertal. 

With electric support you get to enjoy unrestricted views into the distance and during your E-bike holiday in Austria you can benefit from the STOCK resort’s offers and packages for E-cycling in Zillertal. As a hotel which provides E-bikes on loan, a bike garage for your own bikes and guided E-bike tours, we know exactly what it is that sets E-bikers hearts racing. 

Cyclist on an E-bike holiday Austria

Hire and tours


Whether it is speeding down a downhill route, or enjoying a leisurely ride, with the option of convenient equipment conveyance on the eight summer cable cars, all around the STOCK resort E-bike hotel there is everything that inspires those of you who are passionate about this sport. 

Discover the bike routes in the interactive map and be inspired by our activity packages . The latest mountain bikes and top-notch E-bikes are of course available at the STOCK bike hire options, so you are well kitted-out for your E-bike holiday in Austria. 

The best reasons for a bike holiday in the STOCK:

  • State-of-the-art, professionally maintained E-bikes incl. helmet available on loan
  • E-bikes suitable for children aged eight and over, children's seats and carriers
  • Bike garage for your own (E-)bikes
  • Wash area for bikes
  • Professional service for private bikes available on request
  • Guided bike tours with STOCK Activity Guides
  • 800 kilometres bike paths and singletrails
Cyclist on an E-bike holiday Austria
Cyclist on an E-bike holiday Austria
Cyclist at the mountain lake on the Penken while on an E-bike holiday in Austria
Family on an E-bike holiday Austria
Family on an E-bike holiday Austria

Your E-bike hotel STOCK resort

The variety available in the cycle paRADise of Zillertal is enticing!

Everything is exactly the way you would imagine your mountain bike and E-bike holiday in Austria will be: A healthy breakfast, just right for a sporty day in the Alps, bike routes for all ability levels starting right at the hotel and STOCK bike guides riding with you to the loveliest viewing points and mountain lodges. As an E-bike hotel in Austria we are also happy to advise you on choosing routes, providing information about suitable excursion destinations and the chance to head out on a guided tour to the loveliest places around our STOCK resort twice a week.



Cycle holiday in Austria at its best!



Whether it is ‘off-road’ on the mountain, or along the most sought-after routes: Happiness is always the aim of an E-bike holiday in Austria. On the interactive map discover over 800km of bike routes and trails around STOCK resort, your E-bike hotel in Austria. E-power takes you right up to Tyrol’s Alpine pastures and even right the way up to the summits – and takes you back to home-base in Finkenberg again! We have compiled the loveliest routes for your E-bike holiday in Austria and a cycling holiday in Austria here for you.


Tour to Stillup reservoir

The route after the main through road in Mayrhofen starts with a challenging section right away. Up until the tollbooth the route climbs uphill, with a decent amount of percentage incline – the best thing to do is walk for a bit and take it easy. Pass the tollbooth, and continue uphill. The trees on both sides of the road at the start of the tour provide pleasantly cool shade. As you continue your ride into the valley, you are accompanied by the sounds of cow bells ringing. You then head through a short tunnel and come to the dam crest of the reservoir. It’s then not long until you reach Gasthaus Wasserfall. From here there is only a shuttle bus service and residents only access, since the road is completely closed to public transport. Continuing on, you get to Grüne Wand Hütte or to the goods cable lift for Kasseler Hütte.

Panorama tour on Zillertal Valley Cycle Path

A relaxing cycle tour on E-bikes along the river which lends its name to the valley, the Ziller. Lush meadows, perfectly designed, wide cycle paths, little snack stations and idyllic chapels provide plenty of variety on this half-day tour. The tour combines perfectly with a trip to the Erlebnissennerei (Adventure Alpine Dairy) or to Schnapsbrennerei Stiegenhaushof Distillery in Schwendau. The path to Mayrhofen proceeds via the town of Hochsteg and past the riding stables.

Ride to the impressive Schlegeis reservoir

Cycle along with the impressive view to the high mountain realm and the emerald green Schlegeis reservoir. In the town of Dornau proceed across ‘Teufelsbrücke’ (a rare example of old Tyrolean wood construction technology), then on a few twists and turns on the asphalt road uphill across the Jochberg, along the romantic Zemm Gorge and ascending slightly after Ginzling. Ride through the town, passing little farmsteads and Rosshag power station until reaching Breitlahner. From the tollbooth in Breitlahner the forest trail proceeds to the Schlegeis reservoir at 1800 metres.

Long E-bike tour Zillergrund

Ride from Mayrhofen to Zillergrund. You will pass numerous inns and stop-off options. The limited number of vehicles that may travel in the area ensures you won’t encounter much traffic. After around ten kilometres you come to a chapel in Häusling. It is here that there is one of several power stations. Keep riding into the valley and after another five kilometres Sundergrund opens up on the right-hand side. Continue straight on from the Au. After two sweeping bends and a few minutes of riding, you come to Bärenbad Hütte. Once you get there you will see the dam wall for Zillergrund Reservoir for the first time. Those of you who have not yet had enough, can continue riding up to the dam wall.

Leisurely Penkenjoch route

After a ten minute ride on the Finkenberger Almbahn you reach the intermediate station. Afterwards you take your E-bike on the forest path heading to the Penkenbahn, which comes from Mayrhofen. Follow the signs until you reach the Penkenalm. The route continues to the Penkenjoch at 2095 metres. On the way back, pass Granatkapelle chapel to get to the Penkenalm again and after that, back to the intermediate station for the Finkenberger Almbahn. You now have a choice: Either take the cable car back into the valley, or follow the forest path into the valley.

Wiesenalm singletrail

Wiesenalm single trail provides all adventure-hungry leisure cyclists and experienced pros alike bike fun at its best. Thanks to its construction method, the 5.2 kilometre route is suitable for enthusiastic beginners, while also providing action-packed variety for experts. Numerous serpentines, Northshore elements and pumps require a bit of skill and fitness. After a comfortable ascent on the Rosenalmbahn to get to the intermediate station, the easy to moderately difficult singletrail begins, proceeding predominantly through forest terrain at 700 metres altitude, down to the valley station for the Rosenalmbahn. As well as gondolas that are specifically set up for bikes and a bike wash station, the team at Intersport Strasser – right in the valley station for the Rosenalmbahn – provide a special bike hire service and general service to meet all needs, sending cyclists’ hearts racing.

Bike & Hike Greizer Hütte

Pass the riding stables in Finkenberg, heading to Ginzling. In Ginzling, take a left before the Nature Park House to get to Tristenbachalm and Steinbockhütte. The route is steeper initially, via an asphalt road. From Tristenbachalm the route becomes a forest path. The path is well laid out and provides a few sections to relax and take a break for a while. In Floitental ride to the goods cable car at Greizer Hütte. You can lock up your bikes and leave them at the edge of the road. After that, the 90-minute ascent to Greizer Hütte begins. Once you get to the inn, a superb view to the glacier above Greizer Hütte awaits, so too does an impressive view into Floitental.

Bike tour to Alpenrose Fellenberg Zillergrund

This moderately difficult tour starts in STOCK resort and heads into Zillergrund. Passing the toll station, head for around 1.8 kilometres via the toll road to the junction for Alpenrose-Stadelbach. It is here that the actual route starts, signposted No. 472 throughout. Via the upgraded gravel road, through the forest of tall spruce trees and past the rushing Ahornbach, after a moderately steep ride, you come to Berggasthof Alpenrose (1372 metres), which is open for business. Up here, along with delicious treats typical of the area, you also get to enjoy the views to Mayrhofen and to Tyrol's mountains. The return section proceeds via the same route.