The “In Paznaun” series is brought to you by Ischgl, Galtür, See, and Kappl. In the summer, the Paznaun region in western Tyrol is popular for its hiking, motor biking, and gourmet cuisine.
Twists and turns as far as the eye can see…it’s the nightmare of every novice motorist at the start of his or her life on the road, and at the same time, it quickens the heart of every motorcycle enthusiast. Within the 200-mile radius of Paznaun, you can easily reach as many as 60 passes during the summer. Stop for an espresso in Italy, a helping of cheese fondue in Switzerland, and back to Ischgl for the night – anything is possible.
Paznaun: The Gateway for Motor Biking in the Tyrolean Alps
With Silvretta High Alpine Road, the Arlberg Pass, three-country trips, the Kaunertal Glacier, the Furka Pass, and Säntis Route, motor bikers have an embarrassment of riches to choose from. There are several day tours from Ischgl, Galtür, Kappl, and See within Austria, and many others to Italy or Switzerland. There won’t be any lack of curves in any case, and that’s a promise!
The High-Bike Motorcycle Testing Center
The High Bike Motorcycle Testing Center offers the chance to test the latest models of all European motorcycle brands as well as Harley-Davidson. For one whole day indulge your deepest motorcycle passions and test-drive the following brands:
• Moto Guzzi
From all-rounders to touring bikes and cruisers: you can choose from a total of 70 top-maintained motor bikes.
Overnight Stays in Paznaun
Although Paznaun is primarily a mecca for winter sports, in the summer there are also a variety of private rooms, apartments, pensions, inns, and hotels to choose from. In recent years, more and more businesses have focused on the needs of motor biking enthusiasts. Service stations, garages, washing places, tools for minor repairs, and drying space for clothes make motor biking holidays in Ischgl a pleasure.
Motor Biking is NOT just for the boys!
What BMW has long proclaimed as a slogan for the German market also applies in Paznaun, of course! No matter whether you’re male or female, ultimately anyone can be an “easy rider.”