Mountain biking on the Arlberg
The area around Lech-Zug is perfect for seasoned mountain bikers and for those who want to try out the sport for the first time. The wide selection of routes guarantees diversity and interest for bikers of all levels, from beginners and leisure cyclists right through to expert mountain bikers. The start point of some routes can even be accessed by cable car. For refreshments and a welcome break choose from a selection of huts and mountain dairies.
Mountain biking. The best mountain bike routes in Lech
The Spuller lake route takes you from Lech via Zug to the traffic-free Zug valley toll road and then on to the Spuller lake. The 30 km long stretch involves a climb of 400 metres. This route is also suitable for intermediate bikers, and can be undertaken riding a normal bicycle.
The Formarin lake route also takes you to the Zug valley toll road and then on to the Formarin lake. This 31 km long route, involving a climb of 425 metres, requires a good condition but has no specific difficulties.
Seasoned bikers looking for a challenge should choose the Krieger saddle route, which starts in Lech and continues via Oberlech and the Grubenalpe to the 2000 metres high Krieger saddle. The return trip leads from the Zugertobel via Zug back to Lech. This demanding route is 12 km long and involves a climb of 550 metres.