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E-mountain bike tour to Alpe Els

Discovery tour on the local mountain of the alpine town Bludenz

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01.07. - 28.10.2021 | th | 09:30 - 16:30 o’clock

Aktivpark Montafon | Schwimmbadstr. 1 | 6774 Tschagguns

On the e-mountain bike, we first ride leisurely along the Ill River out of the valley. Thanks to electric support, we quickly leave the Montafon behind us and continue on to the Alpine town of Bludenz. From there, the trail leads up to the local mountain, the Muttersberg. Up here, there is a magnificent view over the surrounding alpine valleys and far into the Montafon. The destination of this tour, the Alpe Els, is located below the famous Gamsfreiheit, which offers a great deep view into the neighboring Klostertal and views of the Rote Wand.

General information

Meeting place

9.30 am Aktivpark Montafon, Schruns-Tschagguns

Route

Active Park Montafon Schruns-Tschagguns – cycle path along the Ill River to Lorüns – St. Peter Monastery – Bludenz Regional Hospital – Muttersberg – Tieferseesattel – Alpe Els – same route back

 

Duration

approx. 7 hours (pure cycling time: approx. 5,5 hours)

Kilometre

approx. 52 km

Vertical metres

approx. 1.162 vm

Huts

Alpengasthaus Muttersberg and Alpe Els

Registration

until 8 p.m. the day before

Price
  • 20 % reduction with the Montafoner guest card (Montafoner guest card must be shown)
  • For guests from BergePLUS partner companies free of charge (Montafoner guest card with BergePLUS imprint must be shown)
E-Mountainbike rental
  • Please reserve your e-mountain bike for the upcoming tour in time
    • Intersport Montafon online or directly in the shop
    • Sport Harry directly in the shop
  • Our rental partners are Intersport Montafon and Sport Harry. As a BergePLUS guest you receive a 10 % reduction
  • Please allow 30 minutes for the bike rental

services included

  • Bikeguide
  • E-mountain bike rental
  • All participants must wear a helmet
  • Closed footwear required
  • Bring a rucksack with snacks/food and/or drinks as well as rain and sun protection

Please allow 30 minutes for the bike rental

The application is binding. If you are still unable to participate at any time, please do not hesitate to contact Montafon Tourismus, tel. +43 50 6686 or info@montafon.at, so that another guest can take your place.

Your BergePLUS team

Alpe Els | © Alpenregion Bludenz, Melanie Fleisch
Etwas oberhalb vom Muttersberg Richtung Alpe Els | © Alpenregion Bludenz, Melanie Fleisch
Blick hinunter Richtung Bludenz und Rätikon | © Alpenregion Bludenz, Melanie Fleisch


Montafon Tourismus GmbH

Aktivpark Montafon | Schwimmbadstr. 1 | 6774 Tschagguns

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You can reach the Montafon tourism office service centre by telephone and email:

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