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Cycling, mountain biking and E-biking at the 4-star hotel in Filzmoos, Austria

MTB & E-Bike

Anyone who thinks that Filzmoos is only suitable for hiking is mistaken. You can also take wonderful tours by bike. And with an E-bike, even longer distances or more demanding tours can be mastered.

But cycling in the mountains doesn't have to be exhausting. With high-quality E-bikes, you can easily ride up and enjoy the Filzmoos Alpine pastures. Competent tour advice and the free hiking bus from the front door (bike carry also possible) round off the biking offers.

i-BikeBox © Selina Flasch Photography
E-biking around Filzmoos © Selina Flasch Photography

E-bike rental for adults and children

You can rent an E-bike directly at the hotel. For a fee of EUR 35, adults and children can ride on perfectly maintained electric bikes and also on the latest models.

Mountainbiking © Selina Flash

Facts about a bike holiday in Filzmoos

  • 130 km of bike tracks
  • 7 MTB circuits
  • Dedicated E-bike routes with sufficient charging stations
  • Transport with the Papageno gondola lift possible

Bike transport

with the Papageno gondola lift

In the Filzmoos gondola you can take your bike with you up onto the Rossbrand. From the mountain station you continue to the Radstädter Hut or you look for a lonely bench to enjoy the unique 360° panoramic view.

Our route tip:

From the Hotel Neubergerhof you start and ride to the Arzbergalm (journey time approx. 30 minutes). Continue along the sunny forest road to the Sulzkaralm at 1,543 metres above sea level. An Alpine snack with home-made cheese and bacon here is a pure treat!

 Biking in Filzmoos, the bishop's cap in the background © Tourismusinformation Filzmoos
Up the mountain!
Lars Uhlig
A tip from our hobby e-bikerLars Uhlig
Bike tour to the Mandlberggut
Rent an e-bike at the Hotel and drive to Filzmoos in the direction of the reservoir and up to the Mandlberggut. There is a restaurant which is really family. They made a lot of products by their own.

More tips for cycling enthusiasts

Mountain Bike tours

Mountain bikers can choose between blue, red or black continuously signposted mountain bike routes around the Dachstein. The varied routes also run partly through the neighbouring states of Upper Austria and Styria.

The Dachstein circuit

This is the most popular mountain bike tour in Austria. The tour around the Dachstein massif is perfectly signposted and at various levels of difficulty - from 4,900 m altitude on forest trails to 7,800 m altitude on single trails.

These highlights await you on the Dachstein circuit:
Bad Goisern - starting point of the annual Salzkammergut Trophy, the picturesque Ausseerland, the Viehbergalm with its breathtaking stoves, the Grimming in the Styrian Enns Valley, the Hallstätter Lake as well as the villages of Ramsau am Dachstein, Filzmoos, Gosau and Hallstatt.

The mountain bike map for the Dachstein circuit is available from the Tourist Board office for € 2.90.

 Benjamin on the bike
A tip from our professional bikerBenjamin

Where are the best doughnuts in the world?

My favorite mountainbike trail is from the Hotel to the Aualm - Kirchgasshütte. I am always looking forward to the delicious farmer's doughnuts from the alpin dairyman Justi.
 Bike tours from the house in Neuberg, Filzmoos © Selina Flasch Photography
Bike trails in Filzmoos © Selina Flasch Photography
Driving with the bike © Selina Flasch Photography
Bike tour to the Aualm © Tourismusinformation Filzmoos
Between Dachstein & Bischofsmütze

E-Bike Tours

The surroundings of the mountain village of Filzmoos, between the Dachstein and Bischofsmütze mountains, are ideal for electric bicycles with long range and mountain suitability.

With the electrically driven motor of the E-bikes, many altitude metres are easier to handle. For thirsty and hungry cyclists, there are numerous refreshment stops available along the bike routes. There are also sufficient charging stations for the electric motor.

 Biking in Filzmoos © Tourismusinformation Filzmoos
Neuberg circuit - (Level of difficulty RED)

Length: 15.4 km
Altitude: 316 m
Duration: approx. 2 hours
Difficulty: Red

Head through the village centre of Filzmoos towards Hofalmen, past the toll booth along the asphalt road. After 1.5 km, turn left over the bridge towards Aualm/Hofpürglhütte and uphill to the Marcheggsattel. There you always ride slightly left towards Neuberg, past a quarry and beautiful viewing points. Down to the junction in Neuberg, then keep left towards the Landesstraße Filzmoos. After 50 m, turn left after the Hotel Alpenhof and follow the new cycle path to the centre of Filzmoos.

Bike holiday in Filzmoos in the Salzburg region © Selina Flasch Photography
Hofalm circuit - (Level of difficulty GREEN)

Length: 11.8 km
Altitude: 247 m
Duration: approx. 1.5 hours
Difficulty: Green

Through the village centre of Filzmoos, past the toll booth, along the asphalted toll road to the Oberhof-/Unterhofalm junction. Continue left via the gravel road to the Unterhofalm. From the Unterhofalm on the left up to the Almsee, past the Almsee via a small step to the Oberhofalm and back over the toll road to Filzmoos.

 Bike holiday in Filzmoos in the Salzburg region © Tourismusinformation Filzmoos
Mandling circuit - (Level of difficulty RED/BLACK)

Length: 21.6 km
Altitude: 491 m
Duration: approx. 3.5 hours
Difficulty: Red / Black

At the Filzmoos roundabout turn right towards Ramsau, after 1.7 km bear right onto the gravel road and over the bridge. After 2 km at the fork, turn right uphill and after 300 m again right, at the next two forks turn left. This is where the slope begins, and at the Strauchmoos farm, the asphalt surface begins. Passing the farm Eschbach and Kienleiten, at the fork at 8.8 km turn left to the Ennstal-Bundesstraße. Cross the state road to the Ennsbrücke bridge, turn left just before on the Enns Cycle Path to Mandling and go under the main road here. Pass the Gasthof Geringer and on the gravel road go steeply uphill to the Mandlberg/Latschenstüberl. From there, take the gravel road back to Filzmoos.

 Bike holiday in Filzmoos in the Salzburg region © Coen Weesjes
Filzmoos - Ramsau circuit - (Level of difficulty BLACK)

Length: 10.5 km
Altitude: 545 m
Duration: approx. 3 hours
Difficulty: Black

At the Filzmoos roundabout turn right towards Ramsau, after 1.7 km bear right onto the gravel road and over the bridge. Go along the Mandling river to the reservoir, keep left towards the Auwirt and on the road to Ramsau (the easy part to Ramsau). In front of the town centre turn left towards Gasthof Edelbrunn and over the Dachsteinhaus uphill to the Austriahütte - Türlwandhütte. On the Dachteinstraße, go down a little bit and then turn right over Neustadtalmen in the direction of Bachlalm, follow the Bachlalmstraße on the left down to the Landesstraße. Follow this right to Hachau, then turn right at the Gasthof Zeferer and over the old Hachaustraße to the Jausenstation Schnitzberg - Laßbauer, via zhe Hotel Alpenkrone down to the centre of Filzmoos.

 Bike holiday in Filzmoos in the Salzburg region © Selina Flasch Photography
Kleinbergalm circuit - (Level of difficulty RED)

Length: 13.8 km
Altitude: 448 m
Duration: approx. 1.5 hours
Difficulty: Red

At the Filzmoos roundabout, turn right towards Eben, after the petrol station turn right and before the elementary school, turn left uphill to Kleinberghof. Head along the toboggan run to the Kleinbergalm, then on the Erdweg to the forest road. Turn right past the Schwarzen Lacke and onto the fork, here turn left and take the forest road to the next fork. Turn right and at the next fork go right uphill along the forest road to the Marcheggsattel, go briefly downhill and then right (passing the barriers). Head along the forest road to the toboggan run and down over the Kleinberghof to Filzmoos.

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