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Motorcycle Power meets Alpenglow

Motorcycle tours in Tyrol

Stunning mountain passes, impressive 3,000 metre summits, sparkling lakes – a motorcycle tour through Tyrol’s impressive alpine scenery is a highlight for all motorcycle fans. There’s hardly a place where you can enjoy the feeling of freedom on the saddle of a motorcycle as much as you can at the Paznaun – from May until way into October. 

Diverse panoramic routes, more than 30 mountain passes and breath-taking views behind every hairpin bend. It’s no surprise that every year more and more PS enthusiasts hop onto their motorcycles for a tour through the Paznaun. 

And the selection when it comes to motorcycle tours could hardly be more varied. You can not only enjoy the unique landscape of the Alps at the border triangle of Switzerland, Austria and Italy but even go on tours all the way over to Bavaria. Whether it’s just a short test drive or a long day tour of 200 to 350 kilometres – there’s a perfect route for every motorcyclist and every kind of motorcycle in Tyrol! 

5 tour highlights that you shouldn’t miss out on

  • the Arlberg pass 
  • the Timmeljoch 
  • the Kaunertaler Gletscher (glacier) 
  • the Furkajoch
  • the Säntis round


A unique Motorcycle Experience

Silvretta Hochalpenstraße

At the border between the federal states of Tyrol and Vorarlberg, between the most impressive mountains of Tyrol, it awaits speed fans from all over the world: the Silvretta High Alpine Road. She’s the queen of Tyrolean motorcycle tours and leads – across a distance of 23 kilometres – from Partenen to Galtür. Bikers can’t help but be smitten by its endless serpentines and hairpin bends along some breath-taking views of the Tyrolean mountains. 

While passing crystal-clear reservoir lakes and gigantic 3,000 metres summits, you’ll feel very small on this high alpine route – and yet, incredibly great at the same time! Start looking forward to your motorcycle holiday in Tyrol and find out more about the Silvretta High Alpine Road! 

By the way: Did you know that people who own the "Silvretta Card Premium"  don’t have to pay a toll fee at the Silvretta High Alpine Road?