In cooperation with the RAD COMPANY® St. Anton am Arlberg and H2O® we have put together attractive and varied e-bike tours for you.

E-BIKES: you can ride the guided tours with your own e-bike or a rental bike. Reserve your rental bikes in the sports stores in time and use the Sommercard St. Anton!

From pleasure cyclists to all-mountain bikers – at the E-BIKE FEST St. Anton everyone can put together their own individual tour program. Our local guides will show you their favourite terrain and after a successful bike tour you can toast together with a cool drink at the E-BIKE FEST St. Anton festival area.

Of course you can also explore the breathtaking landscape around St. Anton am Arlberg on your own. For this purpose, we have put together a variety of routes for every skill level with our partner KOMOOT®. Simply download the KOMOOT® APP and search for E-BIKE FEST St. Anton, or scan the E-BIKE tour QR code on the festival grounds and off you go!

We recommend you to go on a bike tour with like-minded people and our local guides.

NEW: Friday, Saturday & Sunday we offer guided E-BIKE & HIKE tours in the breathtaking alpine landscape around St. Anton am Arlberg!



Advance booking: € 20,- per half day tour (incl. all fees) 

 Tickets on site: € 30,- per half day tour (incl. all fees | only card payment possible)




Friday          13:30 16:30

Saturday       09:30 12:30

Sunday          09:30 12:30 


ATTENTION: Limited number of participants! Maximum 12 persons per tour. Only remaining places can be booked on site.

E-Biking in the region of St. Anton am Arlberg

The “Best of the Alps” destination of St. Anton am Arlberg impresses with a constantly growing e-bike route network of currently more than 200 km in length. There is something for every taste. All routes start directly at the festival grounds in front of Arlberg WellCom. They are all well signposted, marked and extremely scenic with numerous rustic alpine huts en route, inviting, relaxed places for a refreshing pit-stop. All these beautiful e-bike routes can also be found in the official festival guide on site. The Galzig Trail, opened in 2018, also offers riding fun for trail lovers.

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