Our Top biking Destinations for 2018

author profilePeter Seidl, 27. March 2018

During 2017 we visited a lot of destinations with our little green campervan. Here are our favourite ten locations. A great destination makes first of all the singletracks and the nature. That is what we love, no matter if you have to earn the descents yourself or have shuttle or lift support. Of course there have to be enough trails to ride a couple of days and a good touristic infrastructure is a bonus. We are not looking for typical bike parks. The list has no rated sequence.

1 Zermatt, Switzerland

Riding in a postcard

Zermatt in Switzerland is surrounded by the high mountains of the main ridge of the alps. One of the most famous ones, the Matterhorn, always in sight. read more...

2 Benasque, Spain

Gem in the Pyrenees

Benasque - in the north of Spain - is the starting point for many hikers to climb the 3404m high Pico de Aneto, the highest peak of the Pyrenees. read more...

3 Reschen, Italy

Enduro dreamland

The resort at the border of Austria and Italy is truly a gem for all enduro fans. The lifts open up a wide area around the 1500m high Reschenpass with it’s two beautiful lakes. read more...

4 Canazei, Italy

Endless trails in the Dolomites

The Dolomites in Italy are famous for their unique mountains. High vertical rock walls merge into mellow hills covered in lush meadows. read more...

5 Soca Valley, Slovenia

A fairy-tale of elves and trails

In the north-west of Slovenia the Soca river rises in the high mountains behind Bovec. The crystal clear water, cataracts and canyons are world famous. read more...

6 Aínsa, Spain

Trail paradise at the foothills of the Pyrenees

Aínsa is one of the most popular mtb destination in Spain. The Zona Zero is well known for its enduro tracks since the EWS took place in 2015. read more...

7 Aosta, Italy

Big mountains

To speak of one destination is a bit undersized. The over 80 km long valley offers endless possibilities and ends at the highest mountain of the alps, the Mont Blanc. read more...

8 St Moritz, Switzerland

Top of the world

Not another boring Flow Trail! Yes yes, we know. But the Flow Trails in St. Moritz are different! Really built well, they have an awesome rhythm and get more fun the more you ride and the faster you get. read more...

9 Aletsch, Switzerland

Top trails next to the biggest glacier of the Alps

The Aletsch glacier with over 20 km length is the biggest of the Alps. It has its origin high up at famous peaks like the Mönch and Jungfrau. read more...

10 Freiburg, Germany

A city full of bike-crazy people

A great place to ride in the low mountain ranges of Germany? Yes! The Black Forest has more to offer than you think. Long descents up to 1000vm and a huge density of singletrails right next to the city. read more...

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