Toughness test on a mountain bike
Which is harder: a biker’s calf or Mühlviertel granite? See for yourself! Give it your best shot to make your way up the steep ascents to reach amazingly scenic outlooks and then rapidly make your way down to explore the region. As the highest region in the Mühlviertel, the Bohemian Forest is almost predestined as a great place for cycling. The Freistadt, Bad Leonfelden and Mühlviertler Alm regions are nestled in the cross-border Mühlviertel-South Bohemia cycling region. Anyone who manages to conquer this rolling landscape by bike will be rewarded with far-reaching outlooks in the truest sense.
Cool down and enjoy
After your long and arduous mountain bike tour in the Mühlviertel, treat yourself to a bit of relaxation in one of the many spas in the area or enjoy the culinary treat of a regional delicacy or a local beer speciality.
Into the granite highland on your bike
Those who prefer to make their way by bicycle or e-bike will be right at home in Upper Austria’s Mühlviertel. The rolling landscape, with its unique granite formations, unspoilt river valleys and remarkable cultural gems, is perfect for both athletes looking for a challenge and more laid-back cyclists looking for leisurely excursions. E-bike rentals and charging stations ensure you get all the help you need for the steep ascents and extensive bike tours.