From Stuben you have the opportunity to explore beautiful routes by mountain bike or e-bike. Do you like driving easy routes to enjoy nature in peace and to take a break in idyllic places? Or would you prefer to tackle a steep and rocky route to really work out? Both are possible, because if you start in Stuben you have a great starting point to get to know impressive mountain routes.
Your bike tour begins in Stuben and leads along the picturesque “Schattahalb” path, which is on the shady side and leads towards Langen. Shortly after the train station, turn left and follow the path into the Nenzigast valley. On the way back you pass the charming districts of Klösterle – make sure not to miss any of the junctions. In Klösterle you also have the opportunity to revitalize your perhaps slightly tired body in the refreshing Alpine water park before you take on the short climb towards Stuben.
Starting from Stuben, the Klostertal cycle path leads via Langen and Klösterle to the valley station of the Sonnenkopfbahn. From there it goes uphill along the gravel path to the Sonnenkopf or to the Bärenland. The path continues to the Obere Wasserstuben Alpe. The descent then takes place via the Untere Wasserstuben Alpe and then continues to the right, straight ahead over the Wildried to the Siebenbrünnele. In a westerly direction the route then leads to Kristberg and the last climb over the Kristbergsattel. From this point it goes steadily downwards to Dalaas. From there the return route takes you via the Klostertal cycle path back to Stuben.
The first few kilometers of this tour take you along the Arlberg and Flexenpass roads via Zürs to Lech. Follow the L 198 out of Lech towards Warth. Shortly after the Bodenalpe inn, turn left at the quarry onto the gravel path towards Buschergg. There you go left always uphill along the Warther Horn to the mountain station of the Steffisalp chairlift. From then on it goes to the Hochalphütte without any major ascents and descents – you are welcome to stop here. The path then leads over the Saloberkopf and saddle mostly downwards towards the Obere and Untere Auenfelder Alpe – it is also possible to stop here. After the junction in the valley, the path goes left over the Gaisbühel Alpe to Oberlech and then on the Oberlech road back to Lech, Zürs and Stuben.
The E-Trial Park is in a fantastic location, in the middle of the breathtaking Arlberg mountains. Skill, precision and concentration are trained on a trial course. The park offers an environmentally friendly alternative as the motorcycles do not produce any exhaust fumes. They are quiet, safe and lighter than petrol-powered motorcycles and, because they are electric, have no risk of burns from the exhaust.
With trials, both experienced and aspiring motorcyclists can improve their safety on the motorcycle. The E-Trial Park also offers children aged 4 and over the opportunity to try things out. With the Lech Card you can try out the E-Trial Park for 25 minutes.
You can find more information on the official website.