E-Biking at Lake Achensee
Electric bikes are an environmentally friendly and convenient way to discover the Achensee region. There are e-bike rental stations located around Lake Achensee, and 12 accommodation providers in Wiesing offer special e-bike packages. E-bikes are a great way to explore the region without breaking a sweat, and the numerous scenic bike routes are perfect to spend relaxed holidays at Lake Achensee. Visit maps.achensee.com for route suggestions, stops for refreshments, service points and rental stations.
Lake Achensee and the e-bike village Wiesing offer extensive cycling tours beneath a backdrop of the magnificent mountain panorama. Cyclists can set out with light luggage, many service offers around Lake Achensee make life easier: Our rental stations will certainly have the right e-bike model in stock. Charging stations are also available in the unlikely event that the battery needs to be recharged. Basically, a full battery (depending on the model, riding style, tyre pressure and choice of route) should last between 20 and 80 kilometers. This means that most of the suggested routes around Lake Achensee can be easily mastered. The prices for the e-bikes range from EUR 25 to EUR 40 per day.
E-bike village Wiesing: A paradise for e-biking enthusiasts
In Wiesing, 12 selected accommodation providers offer special e-bike packages with free use of modern electric bikes. Guests will receive the full equipment including helmet, rucksack with a small bicycle tyre inflator and first aid kit as well as the information folder “e-bike village Wiesing”. This folder includes tour suggestions starting from Wiesing. Cyclists can discover the attractions at Lake Achnensee and the surroundings. Visitors who are not staying at one of these accommodations can rent e-bikes from the public rental station at Inntal Camping in Wiesing.
The Achensee cycle path is a special highlight: Set amongst a backdrop of the magnificent Karwendel and Rofan mountains, the Achensee cycle path is great way to spend an active day in the Achental. The route travels along the eastern shore of Lake Achensee for about ten kilometres. Along the way, the Tirolean Sea invites to stop off at beautiful spots and beaches.
Interactive map for the best service
The interactive digital map maps.achensee.com provides all cycle routes, stops for refreshments and service points and rentals. Of course you can stop by our visitor centres to have all of your questions answered, but route planning from the comfort of your home is great fun too!