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Bike parks in Western Germany

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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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    Mountainbikepark Hürtgenwald

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    The mountain bike park Hürtgenwald in the Eifel offers bike fans fun on five different routes. A flow trail, which is also suitable for beginners, two downhill routes and a freeride for beginners and advanced offer plenty of opportunity to let off steam. Also available for all friends of high jumps: a jump line. The admission price includes the shuttle bus. The park is open from April 1st to October 31st on all weekends, bridge days and public holidays. Check the website for any changes.

    Prices
    Day ticket: 25 euros (under 18s 15 euros)
    Half-day ticket: 15 euros (under 18s 10 euros)
    2-day ticket: 45 euros (U18 25 euros)

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    Bikepark Winterberg

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    The Bikepark Winterberg is THE mountain bike highlight in the Sauerland. Above all, it offers dirt jumpers, slopestylers and downhill riders, but also beginners, kids and families, ideal opportunities thanks to well-groomed routes and two lifts that take you to the top. Among other things, you can find these trails here:
    Contitrack (komoot.de/highlight/290893)
    Flow Country Trail (komoot.de/highlight/608737)
    North Shore Trails (komoot.de/highlight/924028)
    Practice area (komoot.de/highlight/321767)

    Right next door is the Winterberg Trail Park with many opportunities for enduro and all-mountain bikers. Winterberg rounds off its great MTB offer and is worth a bike trip more than ever before. The absolute highlight of the year: the Dirt Masters Festival in May.


    You can find all information about Bikepark Winterberg here: bikepark-winterberg.de.

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    MTB Trailpark KoulShore

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    In the 13-hectare, volcanic-dominated area, the hot trails of the Vulkaneifel combine with the cool Northshore elements of the Canadian bike parks to the "Kôulshore". Behind the name, which is composed of the Eifler dialect term "Koul" for lava pit and the English term "Shore", hides technically demanding single trails, fast descents with residents and wooden Northshore elements, which are full of adrenaline and action to care.

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    Emser Bikepark

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    From Koblenz in less than half an hour by car, offers
    Emser Bikepark in each of its 6 sections a different character. So there is something for everyone, from big jumps (Gap distance) to the purest curve battle (Emser slingshot). Practical: At the weekend, a taxi shuttle drives, so you do not have to step up the 400hm itself.

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    Bikepark Beerfelden

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The town of Beerfelden is conveniently located between the cities of Darmstadt, Mannheim and Heilbronn, so that the Bikepark Beerfelden can be reached from all three places in just over an hour. The bike park offers very different freeride, downhill and super-enduro routes, each about one kilometer long. The access to the tracks is done with the ski lift Beerfelden.

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    Bikepark Hahnenklee

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    The northernmost bike park in Germany is built on the Erlebnisbocksberg. Downhillers are brought to the Bocksberg with their gondolas or the chairlift (depending on the crowds and the weather). In the park beginners and professionals will find a lot of fun and challenges on a total of six tracks.

    Weekend prices (day ticket / 4-hour ticket / 10-card)
    Adults: 28/22/34 euros
    Children: 19.60 / 15.40 / 23.80 euros

    Weekday prices (day ticket / 4-hour ticket)
    Adults: 24/20 Euro
    Children: 16.80 / 14 euros

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    Rosstrappendownhill

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    On the 2000 meter long downhill track downhill riders in Saxony-Anhalt find the extra kick action and adrenalin. From the Rosstrappe it goes 250 meters with high speed for daring downhill riders over hill and dale down into the valley. Up then you get comfortable, relaxing and cheap by chairlift.

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