Hundreds kilometres of cycling routes from easy to strenuous ones that will lift you off the saddle. Welcome to a cycling paradise of Slovakia – Malá Fatra (Little Fatra) region. There are routes for adrenaline riders and families with children across flats and mountains. Enjoy the beauty of nature and gorgeous views from bike’s saddle and join cycling enthusiasts!
The Densest Network of Cycling Routes
Did you know that the densest network of cycling routes in Slovakia is around the village of Terchová? Right there opposite the church, there is a point where most of the cycling routes in Slovakia start. Whether you are a recreational cyclist or a devotee of strenuous mountain cycling, you will certainly choose from a rich variety of cycling routes. Cycling routes around Žilina, Terchová or Bystrická dolina (Bystrická Valley) are perfect for families with children as well as for the most demanding cyclists.
Dust your bikes, grease your chains, inflate your tires and take a drive with your two-wheel steed to attractive cycling routes.
Undemanding straights across meadows covered in flowers, little ascents with gorgeous views and even strenuous routes for the true cycling enthusiasts – Malá Fatra (Little Fatra) almost allures you to come and grab your bike. Did you know that thanks to 645 kilometres of routes, we call it a real cycling paradise for cyclists?
In order to make transport with two-wheel vehicles as easy as possible, bike coaches are ready for you also in summer 2018 thanks to the support of Žilina Self-Governing Region.
Do not miss Kysucká cyklomagistrála (Kysuce Arterial Cycle Route – accessible from bus stops Krásno Nad Kysucou, Stará Bystrica and Nová Bystrica), Vodné dielo Žilina (the Žilina Dam) with a cycling route from Strečno (the Strečno Castle) to Budatín (the Budatín Castle) (from bus stop Varín), cycling routes with spectacular views at Malá Fatra (Little Fatra) foothills or Kysuce highlands from bus stops in Belá, Terchová and Vrátna.
Reserve your seat on a bike coach and do not worry there are no seats left. The best way to discover the Malá Fatra (Little Fatra) region is on your bike!