The first rays of the sun tickle the skin, the blue sky promises a wonderful day, the birds twitter in the trees. On days like these Stuben is perfect for a ride on two wheels – simply enjoy the region, the warm temperatures and the cool airstream.
On the (e-)bike
Vorarlberg has a fully signposted network of bicycle routes that is almost 300 kilometres long. Stuben is the perfect starting point for an adventure on two wheels: from easy alpine paths to challenging tracks, the Arlberg makes it all possible. Stuben’s Rundwanderweg is ideal for beginners, the 9.5 km course from Klösterle to Nenzigastalpe covers about 400 altitude metres. More seasoned bikers will enjoy the 30-kilometres trail from Sonnenkopf to Silbertal and back to Dalaas – with an altitude difference of 1,100 metres the pulse is bound to go up in a few spots. Tip: no matter if you’re beginner or pro, the Burgwaldtrail in Lech/Oberlech offers the best tracks for mountain bikers. Thanks to new e-bikes less seasoned bikers can still enjoy the mountains around Stuben to the fullest.
Stuben’s hosts and the tourism office will be happy to recommend ideal trails for all levels of difficulty.
On the motorbike
Curvy alpine passes, stunning views, and long hairpin bends – the Arlberg region offers varied tours for avid motorcycle lovers. Take the newly extended Arlberg and Flexenstrasse via Ischgl and Galtür to Silvretta Hochalpenstrasse and back via Montafon or go through Lech, the Lech valley to Hahntenn-Joch, to Imst and back to the small Arlberg village via St. Anton. Both tours can be done in about half a day.
All those who like to spend an entire day on their bike can consider a day trip to Lake Constance via Bregenz Forest, across eastern Switzerland and back. Alternative routes would include a comfy trip across the Arlberg pass to South Tyrol or a trip to nearby southern Bavaria via the Lech valley.