Guided e-bike trail tours in Sälen
Get further with e-bikes!
When you tag along a guided e-mountainbike trail tour with us, you will get to discover the best hidden trails and most beautiful terrain that the area has to offer. The e-bikes helps to bring us further into the highlands, higher up on the hills and deeper down into the valleys. Riding e-bikes is not a walk in the park – you will just get tired in another way than when riding non-assisted bikes.
The guides at Fjälläventyr are passionate about helping new riders evolve in their trail riding in a safe and encouraging way, and to show experienced riders with a taste for epic downhill runs and hard climbs the hidden gems of the area. We adapt the tours to suit the participants and we make sure everyone gets a great experience of the Sälen outback. Our mission is to make new riders love the sport and to make experienced riders thrilled about the trails in Sälen.
There is a lot of well marked trails in Sälen. We know about the good ones, and above all we know the great ones not on the map, without signs and symbols showing you the way.
Our guides are also skilled instructors happy to share their knowledge and show you the techniques needed to take your riding to the next level. If you wish to learn the basics before you join a trail tour, have a look at our Get Started-course with lots of great basic techniques for riding
Bike and helmet included in the trip.
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MTB - Instructors
Owner and CEO since 2002. Musher, Photographer, Guide, certified Wilderness First Responder
Born and raised in Sälen, from three generations of entrepreneurs in tourism and guiding. Started dogsledding at the age of eight and has been doing it ever since. "What I love about Fjälläventyr is how it connects nature, animals and likeminded adventurers. Trying something new keeps us young... and bold!"
+46 280 210 11
Guide / Bike Coach, Certified WFR, WRT Pro
Passionate musher and adventurer in winter turns avid mountain biker in summer, Björn has been on bikes since he could walk. Newfound love of packrafting and all forms of white water shenanigans.
+46 280 210 11
Q&A - get prepared
What do I need to bring?
Bring your own kit or rent a bike and protection from us. You will require a modern trail bike, helmet and knee pads. Make sure you dress for the occasion. Helmet is mandatory on all tours, thin gloves and knee pads are recommended.
How do I dress?
Weather change fast in the mountains and it’s important to be prepared. Dress with layers and avoid cotton closest to your body. A warm sweater or rain jacket is practical to keep warm when we stop for breaks. Helmet is mandatory on all tours, thin gloves and knee pads are recommended.
For your feet – use sneakers with as flat sole as possible in order to get a good grip on the pedals. Basketball sneakers or similar shoes for indoor use is actually way better than trail running shoes with a rough tread pattern. Count on the shoes being wet and dirty when you get back from the tour!
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE WEATHER IS BAD?
Are children welcome?
We welcome youngsters from age 12 in the company of a parent
What insuances apply?
Mountain biking is done at your own risk, please look over your insurance cover before making the trip.