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Flow as an attitude to life – 5 Flow Trails Carinthia in south Austria

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Flow as an attitude to life – 5 Flow Trails Carinthia in south Austria

Mountain Biking Collection by Kärnten Werbung

Bright blue lakes, warm hospitality, a picture-perfect mountain world, and the very special sunny south Austrian flair – there are many good reasons to spend your holiday in Carinthia. If you like to get on your bike, there are even more reasons why you should visit. Carinthia has an impressive offering for fans of downhill mountain biking that leaves nothing to be desired and offers something for everyone. In this Collection, we give you an overview of the numerous trails in the five Flow Trails Carinthia regions.

Weissensee, Nassfeld, Turracher Höhe, Petzen and Bad Kleinkirchheim, the five Flow Trail Carinthia regions, allow you to reach lofty heights with the summer mountain railways. Each of the regions has its own character and offers varied trails. You find flow trails that are up to 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) long and practice trails for beginners and youngsters as well as technically challenging enduro trails. If you are having a hard time deciding where to go, we suggest the Bike Card Carinthia which is valid in all five Flow Trail regions and makes it super easy to visit several at once. You can find more information about the Bike Card here (in German): sommerbergbahnen-kaernten.at/flow-trails/bike-card-kaernten.

You can choose whether you want to visit us for a week or a long weekend – we are sure to have the right adventure for you. You can find ready-made travel offers, along with a lot of other information, on our website. Spending time between the mountains, lakes, alpine pastures and cozy villages ensures you have that beautiful summer feeling.

You can reach us by car or with public transport, which is more relaxed and environmentally friendly. You have different options to get from the train station to your accommodation, check the website of the respective Flow Trail region.

So let's go, come and enjoy the southern lifestyle and many flowing descents on our trails!

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    Flow Trail „MEX-Line 1“ – Flow Trail Nassfeld

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The "MEX-Line 1" is a four kilometer long flow trail from Gmanberg to Tröpolach. Countless bends and tables await you on the 400 m below sea level. Thanks to the gondola, you can ride the trail more often and slowly approach the ideal speed.

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    "Easy Way" is the easiest single trail from the Madritsche mountain station down to the Nassfeld Pass. The trail runs over four kilometers and 400 meters above sea level over alpine pastures and pastures. Simple trail sections and gravel passages alternate here. It is ideal for everyone who has mastered the basics of driving technique and wants to get a taste of the first alpine single trail air.

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    Livio Trail – Flow Trail Nassfeld

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    From Austria to Italy with just one descent - the Livio Trail makes it possible! It is the "main trail" of the Nassfeld Single Trails and starts right at the mountain station of the Madritschen chairlift. Numerous trails branch off along the way, the "Livio" is, so to speak, your portal to the bike trails in the area. Downstairs, it spits you out right on Lago Pramollo - from there it's only a few hundred meters to the valley station of the mountain railway, which will bring you back up in a jiffy.

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    Yannick Trail – Flow Trail Nassfeld

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    A trail for the pros among you! The singletrack is pretty crisp - here is a maximum of concentration as well as physical fitness and a solid technique condition for an undamaged ride.

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    Singletrail Weissensee – Flow Trail Weissensee

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    Very cool and mostly flowing trail! Every now and then a few root passages, but on the whole very mobile! Makes a good mood!

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    Naggl Trail – Flow Trail Weissensee

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The Naggl Trail extends over 3,333 meters and begins at the mountain station. From the crossroads you can cycle back up via the MTB path labeled 5. The difficulty is S2. Like the Weissensee Trail, it consists of many pumping elements. All obstacles can be run over. The curves are just as steep as on the Panorama Trail and a little more difficult than on the Weissensee Trail. The first segment is straight, a little downhill and uphill. Shortly after the Alm, get some momentum on the wooden ramp, turn left and immediately shift down again to cross the steep section as easily as possible.

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    Panorama West Trail – Flow Trail Weissensee

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The Panorama West Trail extends over a length of 3,582 meters. The entrance is below the mountain station of the Weissensee mountain railway. The trail is initially slightly downhill, then straight and then slightly uphill again. From then on you can enjoy the way down to the valley station. The difficulty is S2 and all obstacles can also be run over. The curves are tighter than on the Weissensee Trail.

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    The trail is very well shaped and is really good fun! It can be driven very quickly. There are also a few small jumps here. Really awesome trail!

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    Petzen Thriller Trail – Flow Trail Petzen

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    A technically demanding trail. You shouldn't drive alone. There are a few key points. Definitely ride if you like enduro.

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    EWS Trail – Flow Trail Petzen

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    In addition to the well-known Flow Trail, there are also really hard enduro trails on the Petzen. One of them is the EWS Trail, which was built especially for the Enduro World Series race 2018. At the beginning, the trail leads over a section that runs parallel to the Thriller Trail, then divides the middle part with the Thriller, and at the end branches off again and leads down to the valley on a separate line.

    You should only venture on this trail if you are familiar with S3 and have your bike under control at all times. If you notice that the trail is too difficult for you, after the first section you still have the option of changing over the forest road to the flow trail. Enduro fans will definitely love the trail!

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    Flow Trail Steinerberg – Flow Trail Petzen

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Solid surface that is dry even when it has rained. Great flow trail for beginners, which is also suitable for families with children. For advanced skiers and DH bikers, the route without any significant obstacles is an easy, rolling piste with slight counter-climbs. If you like it fast, you can use the small tables for jumps. Still, it's a welcome downhill stretch to avoid the asphalt road.

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    Flow Country Trail Bad Kleinkirchheim

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The first section of Europe's longest Flow Country Trail starts at the Kaiserburg mountain station at an altitude of 2,055 meters. Here you can either enjoy the view, strengthen yourself in the restaurant, pedal quickly on the Wöllaner Nock or just start the trail.

    On the way there is pure fun with many residents, jumps and a great view. The goal of the first section is the Maibrunnhütte. Beach chairs, loungers and lots of refreshments await you there.

    You can find more information about the trail here: badkleinkirchheim.com/bergbahnen-sommer/bike/flow-country-trail.

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    Beautiful view in the upper part. A natural trail, difficulty S1-S2. Please take care of animals and hikers and close the pasture gate again! Twice you have to cross a fence!

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    Alter Almweg-Trail – Flow Trail Bad Kleinkirchheim

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    A great, demanding trail that is a nice alternative to the more moderate descents from the Feldpannalpe. Classified as "S2", 500 meters of depth are waiting for you over 2.8 kilometers. Have fun! ;)

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    Bachweg-Trail – Flow Trail Bad Kleinkirchheim

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    A nice trail along the Feldpannbach. Overall, you destroy almost 500 meters in altitude, the trail leads across meadows and forest floor but also passages with boulders, wet ground and switchbacks. A very varied pleasure;)

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    Maibrunn-Trail – Flow Trail Bad Kleinkirchheim

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    A beautiful, flowing nature trail from Kolmnock down to Maibrunn mountain station. The trail is medium difficult and includes a grazing area with two fence crossings. Wonderful view awaits you (not only) at the end of the trail - Pure enjoyment!

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    Kornock Flowtrail – Trail Area Turracher Höhe

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    This casual flow trail takes you from the 2,205 meter high mountain station on the Kornock down to the Turrachsee and guarantees 40 minutes of driving fun! The natural flow trail, with waves, rollable doubles, berms and wooden walkways, offers all sorts of variety on an equally panoramic descent and is also easy to drive for beginners with a maximum difficulty of S1.

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    The ÜWI Flowtrail on the practice meadow slope is the ideal trail for beginners and kids to get used to residents and waves. The trail is 600 meters long and overcomes 40 meters in altitude. Parents usually have a good view of their children from below.

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    In the area of the valley station of the Kornockbahn you can work on your driving technique on two technical trails. The blue trail can be used by anyone without prior knowledge, while the red trail already offers challenges such as roots and stone fields. A perfect practice area for the whole family!

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    Schmuggler Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    If you feel really comfortable on stony ground, then this trail is just right for you. It is the first medium-difficulty single trail on the Turracher Höhe and, after the Kornock Flowtrail, the next challenge on your list. You can expect a few low berms, rock drops and a rock garden that is second to none. Please always stay on the trail during your descent, because some rare and protected plants grow in the surrounding area.

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