Do single tracks make your heartbeat increase? Do you drag yourself up the steepest mountains just to find the perfect downhill straight? If so, this one’s for you. It’ll make you pedal to reach some serious altitude and to get on paths that’ll demand you to carry your bike to get to the highest point — all that for the descent. But what a downhill experience it will be! To ride down these little tracks that will lead you back into the valley you will need technical experience, endurance and some guts. But hey! What’s more fun than riding the obstacles Mother Nature built for you? That’s pure happiness.
Along the tour, narrow and steep paths will force you to find the ideal line from switchback to switchback. Especially in the upper sections, these trails will demand your expert downhill and sometimes vert-ride skills. And even though the tracks become smoother and easier in the lower sections, the mixture of adrenalin and endorphins coursing through your veins will leave you with a broad smile on your face while you roll the last meters into the valley.
Once you’re down there, you will already have forgotten how hard the ascent was. That demands a second run! And as you know, the better you know a track, the more fun you’ll have hurtling downhill.