I think bike trips in the mountains is one of the dream of life for many people. It is thrilling, exciting and changing. So if you are one of them who want to do the same adventure here is the few places to mountain bike around the world. Let’s take a look at it.
Tirol is one of the proper mountain trails with difficulties and variety of conditions to start your biking. It is a good place for seasoned bikers as well as beginners. One can ride over 1000 KM in less than $100. The trails are broken up into smaller segments, so you have more trail to ride. It has 75.8 KMs route with 3700 verticle meters which is one of the toughest roads. Ischgl in the Paznaun Valley is heaven for mountain bikers. This valley has more than forty different routes, from easy to difficult one. A beginner mountain biker converts his/her hobby into the next level at this perfect place.
Rodalben is a small town, surrounded with single track bike trails. It is perfect for those who look for small but more intimate trail experience. Rodalben’s trail is round up of 40 kilometers and for Germany, it is one of the most suggested routes to ride. This trail goes through the forest. One can’t be lost on the trails as they are marked well. Another advantage is, the paths divide into several areas, and one of it takes you in the town so that you can take a rest in case if you need it.
ROTORUA, NEW ZEALAND
If the expansive biking stops you, then there is no best place than New Zealand. It provides bikers for a dramatic change of scenery. New Zeland is famous for its beautiful landscapes, and the trails of Rotorua give several year-round entertainments for anyone with a bit of riding skill and love to see one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
Rotorua is one of the oldest biking networks in New Zealand and is located in Whakarewarewa Forest. It has volcanic soils, sketchy riding surfaces, and varying topography. The trail network provides all levels of tracking challenge.
For those who want to single craving track, Rossland is a most popular place for its changing biking trails. Rossland is sat in the alpine territory with 30 kilometers of the trail to navigate. It was constructed in 2004 and then open to the public between July and the first snows of October. It is reserved for experienced mountain bikers only as it is remote without any cell phone coverage and lacking water. So bikers have to keep food, water and other necessary things with them. It is recognized as one of the most challenging trails in the worlds by the biking enthusiasts as it is long, technical and requires more physical effort. The area alternates between long ranges of steep ground that need to be climbed followed by adrenaline rushing and short descents.