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Bike parks in the Alps

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Sometimes flowy, sometimes techy, and not a second of boredom: bike parks offer you the ultimate kick. Ideally suited to the needs of MTB-fans, they allow you to perfect your style, and add climb upon climb. From small and regional to international renown – check out the bike parks closest to you.

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    Bike Circus Saalbach Hinterglemm

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    In winter a ski arena, in summer a hotspot for bike fans: in Saalbach Hinterglemm bike fans will find trails for every taste.

    There is everything for beginners and professionals on a 400-kilometer network of paths and trails. There are action-packed freeride tracks, casual single trails, flowing pump tracks and a technique area. And there are cable cars! Six of them alone in Saalbach Hinterglemm ensure that you get back up to the start of the trails relaxed. You can find the operating times of the various mountain railways and the ticket options here: saalbach.com/de/sommer/bergbahnen.

    And here's a little bit of Inspration with a small selection of trails:
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    Bikepark Lenggries

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    The Bikepark Lenggries can be reached from Munich in just over an hour. According to the motto "small but nice" everybody gets their money's worth here. From the flowy trail to the 5m drop everything is offered. There are up to seven different routes. Some are also suitable for beginners. Bikes and protectors can also be hired locally.

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    Bikepark Tirol

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    In the Wipptal holiday region lies Steinach am Brenner with its small but fine bike park Tirol. A couple of exciting routes, a warm-up zone and a slopestyle area await you here. The blue freeride route (komoot.de/highlight/835602) is around 1,900 meters long and is suitable for beginners as well as professionals. The red route (Red Devil) is more difficult and steeper and has already been the scene of downhill races. Over a length of around 1,500 meters, you can expect an interplay of berms, step-ups, step-down jumps and north shores. You and your bike will be transported to the start of the route by gondola lift.

    A stay in Steinach am Brenner is also highly recommended if you like to go on longer bike tours. For example, you can take a tour of the beautifully situated Wipptal cycle path to Innsbruck or explore the numerous trails in the area by mountain bike.

    You can find all information about the region and the bike park here: bergeralm.net/oeffnungszeiten-sommer.

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    Bikepark Hindelang

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    In Bike Park Hindelang, biking fans can enjoy a total of 9 freeride kilometers in various difficulties on two marked routes and one course. The height difference of the two runs is 520 meters. On the downhill, you should slowly increase in difficulty, starting at the "Yellow course". Only for absolute top drivers is the "black course" suitable. The start is easily reached by the Hornbahn Hindelang.

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    Bikepark Leogang

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    The Bikepark Leogang, which opened in 2001, is one of the most popular bike parks in Europe - and it will celebrate its 20th birthday in summer 2021!

    From May to October, mountain bike fans will find world championship routes, single trails, Northshore elements and more, such as the Riders Playground or the GoPro Bagjump. The park is constantly being well maintained and expanded.

    There are various options, from 4-hour tickets to multi-day tickets to season tickets, so that day trips as well as longer stays are worthwhile. You can find all information about opening times and prices here: bikepark.saalfelden-leogang.com/de/service-und-info/preise-infos.

    Would you like a little foretaste? Here you can find some of the trails in Bikepark Leogang:
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    Bikepark Brandnertal

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    Vorarlberg's first bike park promises bike fun for young and old, for beginners and professionals. Its route network offers four freeride and downhill routes over more than eight kilometers. The easy to medium difficulty freeride trails and north shores guarantee downhill fun on numerous banked curves, jumps, wooden elements, and so on.

    Experienced bikers and professionals get their money's worth on the difficult downhill route "Tschack Norris". High jumps, challenging root passages, difficult to negotiate terrain and steep slopes characterize this route, on which many exciting downhill races have been held.

    Downhill fun is available for the whole family on three wheels - mountain carts or monster scooters take you down a three-kilometer route that is suitable for beginners.

    You can find more information about the Brandnertal Bikepark with prices and operating times of the lifts here:
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    Wildkogel-Arena

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Wildkogel lifts bring mountain bike fans to the starting point of the 130 different mountain bike routes at an altitude of 2,100 meters in the summer season. If you have to take a quick breath, you can enjoy the view of Großglockner and Großvenediger. There are two trails up to 6.4 km in length.

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    Techniktrainingsplatz Naturns

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The better the driving technique, the greater the fun, and one's own safety. If you are on the mountain bike on the road, you need a solid driving technique. In 2010, a new training course for the training of driving technique was created. On a forest area of ​​3.500m², beginners have the opportunity to gain initial experience in the field. Advanced bikers can refine their technique on tricky switchbacks. Even for the little ones, the technique training course in Naturno offers opportunities to learn biking in a playful way.

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    Cortinabikepark

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    The bike park in Col Drusciè offers 3 downhill trails of varying length and difficulty (one black and one red) equipped with trampolines for jumps and technically challenging sections in the forest. Up to 2800 meters (Trail 1) driving pleasure can be found here for experienced drivers and newcomers.

    1st course Difficulty level BLACK = length 2800 m, 21% average gradient and 70% max. Tilt.
    2nd route Difficulty level RED = length 2800 m, 26% average gradient, 61% max. Tilt.
    3rd course Difficulty level RED = length 980 m, 21% average gradient, 63% max. Tilt

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    Bikepark Semmering

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Bikepark Semmering offers a varied range of routes for all skill levels. Whether on the family route for beginners or on the freeride and downhill route for advanced and professionals - action is guaranteed in the bike park. Regardless of the weather conditions, the park is an insider tip for all cruisers, tricksters and racers.

    The lift takes you up to the start of the route, where you can first enjoy the beautiful view before the action begins. At the valley station of the mountain railway there is a bike shop and the beautiful magic bar, which is ideal for a break.

    For a long time, the Bikepark Semmering was the venue for a legendary 24-hour downhill race and has repeatedly hosted top-class mountain bike competitions. You can find all information about events, opening times and prices here: semmering.com/content/51/bikepark-strecken.

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    Bikepark Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis

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    The Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Bikepark leaves absolutely nothing to be desired: advanced, beginners and professionals choose between freeride and downhill routes of various levels of difficulty - analogous to the ski slopes from blue for easy, to red for medium, to black for difficult. Here you can prove your skills on jump lines with over 40 jumps or enjoy real bike fun on the natural root carpets, stone fields and drops of the steep terrain. You can borrow the appropriate bikes and protective equipment from the park's own shop if you don't have your own bike or don't want to take yours with you on vacation.

    A lot more information, for example about the trails in the park, about the lift times, but also about the courses and events that take place there, is available here: bike-sfl.at/de.

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    Bikepark Planai

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    Gravity bikers rave about Austria's longest downhill route. Here you move on the tire tracks of World Cup stars like Sam Hill, Gee Atherton or Sam Blenkinsop. From the 1,830-meter-high start, the 4.5-kilometer downhill route also provides the "Rookie Trail", the "Flowline" or the "Jack Lumber Trail" for variety and various difficulties. A total of ten routes and 35 kilometers of trail fun are waiting for you! New from summer 2021: After renovation work, the existing Fairy Trail leads from the middle station and on the Flowline down to the valley with a moderate gradient.

    With the 10-person cable car you can get up to the start of the trails in a relaxed manner. And there is also everything else you could wish for in Schladming: Various shops provide the best service and top rental equipment and if you still want to learn something, the bike school run by the native Schladming and former downhill professional Markus Pekoll will provide you with expert advice.

    You can find more information about the bike park, the operating times of the lift and prices here: schladming-dachstein.at/de/Sommer/Biken/Bikepark-Schladming.

    Here are a few impressions from Schladming:

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    Sputnik Park

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Sputnik Park in Lindau on Lake Constance is the bike park of the German Alpine Club Lindau section on Lake Constance. Currently there is a pump track, a classic dirtline with tables in 3 heights and a flowline. In planning is a Doubleline, a jump jump and a trail course. The park is open to the public for a fee.

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