HIT THE ROAD ON TWO WHEELS
Unterbäch is the ideal base for lots of biking trails in the Augstbord region. Whether it’s a quick, fun trip or a challenging day-long tour, we’ve got the perfect mountain biking route to suit everyone. If you’re looking for a little head start on your day’s biking, you can transport your bike with the cable car to Unterbäch and/or with the chairlift to Brandalp. So there’s nothing standing in the way of your dream Swiss biking holiday.
THE MOST POPULAR BIKING ROUTES
Effortlessly up the mountain
Bike transport Brandalp
The chairlift of Sportbahnen Unterbäch takes you and your bike comfortably and effortlessly up to Brandalp (1,595 m above sea level).
The Sporthotel Walliserhof’s pump track facility is suitable for bikers of all ages. Basic training on the biking circuit boosts fitness and coordination. The facility is accessible free of charge during the summer season. Use is at your own risk. Two kids’ bikes are available free of charge.
Charge your battery
E-bike charging stations
Charge the battery of your e-bike easily and conveniently on the Brandalp or at the Seepark Augstbord.
In the meantime, you can also recharge your own energy at the Alpenrösli mountain restaurant on Brandalp.
Discover Unterbäch or the entire Augstbord region in an environmentally friendly way on two wheels. At B&B Eischoll or Zenhäusern Sport in Bürchen you have the opportunity to rent an off-road e-bike and explore our beautiful region.
At home in the mountains
Bike guides from the region
We offer you an authentic biking experience amidst impressive mountain scenery. Do you want to have the Valais chiselled into your heart? Then come with us on a bike tour. The local bike guides will take you on an authentic biking experience amidst impressive mountain scenery.
Would you like to whiz down the mountain on a set of wheels with a difference? Then our scooters are ideal for you. Unterbäch has two scooter routes just waiting to be discovered.
Hit the road on two wheels
5 tips for a great day’s biking:
- Plan your route carefully and find out about the route conditions and weather.
- Ride at a measured pace and show consideration for other people enjoying the outdoors.
- Only use paths suitable for bikes and close gates behind you.
- Take your rubbish with you and don’t leave anything behind.
- Look after our outdoors and avoid heavy braking or drifting (erosion).