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Freeride & Parks Englisch 2020-03-06T15:37:47+00:00

Bikepark

At the Bikepark and trails in the Kitzbühel Alps you will find the ideal training ground for all skill levels. In the terrain right behind the hotel, there are weekly skill trainings for kids, but also pros like the Osl sisters find their perfect training terrain here.

* Lisi-Osl-Trail:

Difference in altitude: 413 m; Length: 2.25 km; average duration: 20 min.

The route intuitively follows the natural conditions. It is not only manageable for downhill cracks but also for single trail beginners.

* Wiegalm – Trail:

Difference in altitude: 300 m; Length: 1.6 km; average duration: 15 min.

From Kirchberg towards Brixen. Follow the bike lane to Wiegalm. Riding down the valley, follow the sign “Singletrail” to Aschau. Along the Aschauer Ache river follow the way back to Kirchberg.

* Fleckalm – Trail:

Difference in altitude: 1,000 m; Length: 7 km; average duration: 40 min.

This is Tirol’s longest single trail. Make an easy ascent to Fleckalm trail by using the Fleckalmbahn cable car: For the first time in 2012, the Fleckalm trail was part of the KitzAlpBike marathon. It gives true significance to the race: the Fleckalm trail ends directly at the hotel.

*Hahnenkamm  – Trail:

Difference in altitude: 865m; Length: 6,2km; Difficulty: S1 (easy)

New:
The Flow Trail leads from the Hahnenkamm mountain station with an exciting and varied route down to Kitzbühel.
The route starts next to the Hahnenkamm mountain station and leads over hill and dale back into the valley to Kitzbühel. With flowing curves and exciting hills, the Bike Trail Hahnenkamm is an exciting route for all mountain bikers – from beginners to experts.

Characteristic:
Flowy trail with easier key points and playful elements. Tighter curves and steep curves, wooden bridges and natural passages, small waves and jumps as well as natural obstacles offer variety.

*Sun – Trail:

Difference in altiuce: 400m; Length: 2,5km; Difficulty: S0-S1 (easy)

The Sun Trail starts at around 1,340 m above sea level on Gsengweg. In the upper part, the trail swings through a forest, which clears towards the center and then merges into an alpine area. On the trail you can quickly find a successful rhythm along the stream downhill. The trail ends near the power plant east of Brixen.

The trail can be reached via Brixen on bike route 265 to the inn Nieding and then via Route 299. Or via Route 288. The first 500 vertical meters from Hochbrixen can be overcome more comfortably with the mountain railway. From here down to the inn Nieding and then a leisurely 200 meters uphill (route 299) to the start of the Sun Trails.

*Singletrail at Harschbichl in St. Johann in Tirol

Difference in altitude: 500m; Length: 3,8km; Difficulty: S1 (easy)

The flowing trail begins below the middle station of the Harschbichl gondola. At first he winds his way gently through the forest in gentle curves. In between, bridges tempt you to take a lot of speed. A series of fast turns, rivers and waves brings a smile to the driver’s face. Sometimes you are on the forest path for a short time before diving into the next section of the trail. The forest clears and the terrain becomes more open. The gondola now hovers over you and is always in sight. Again and again there are views of the Wilder Kaiser. In the lower area, the trail winds down over the meadows into the valley. At the end of the route there is a skill area.

The trail is easily accessible with the Harschbichl 1 gondola lift (middle station)