BIKEworld of Mountains & Lakes in Nassfeld-Pressegger Lake
Just dive in – not only in Lake Pressegger See, which can warm up to 28 degrees, but also in the BIKEworld of Mountains & Lakes on the sunny southern side of the Alps. Fascinating mountain bike and cycle tours on 950 kilometres and 41 marked routes amidst the Kranichen and Gailtaler Alps.
In this collection we present some of the best single trails and fun-oriented tours in the region.
At the heart of this new BIKEworld is the "TRAILworld of Mountains": 12 single trails are concealed behind this name, nine of them at Nassfeld and three at Weissensee. The "MEX-Line 1" flow trail in Tröpolach am Nassfeld is brand new.
Fantastic views, warm bathing lakes and managed alpine pastures ensure an all-round enjoyable bike experience. We wish you lots of fun discovering this great region.
Beginners as well as experienced bikers will get their money's worth. In this collection we use another speciality of the region: The three summer mountain railways at Nassfeld and one at Weissensee take you comfortably up to the start of the respective trail. This saves you strength and time, so that you can fully concentrate on the best prepared trails.
The fantastic mountain scenery with its magnificent views is not the only thing that ensures an all-round enjoyable bike experience: many warm lakes invite you to take a break again and again, as do the 46 managed alpine pastures in the area. In the middle of the Carnic Mountains of BIKEworld, action meets pleasure - we wish you lots of fun discovering this great region.
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Flowtrails offer pure mountain bike fun. It does not matter if you are a beginner or an advanced biker. You decide the claim of the track yourself, by rolling it off comfortably or go with high speed in the curves and make each wave to jump. With the "MEX Line 1", the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region has built a brand new flow trail that offers pure mountain biking pleasure on four kilometers.The "Millenium Express" takes you to the start of the trail: it starts at the middle station "Gmanberg" at an altitude of 1,044 meters. The flow trail runs over forest and meadow passages and is garnished with steep turns and lots of waves that you either pass casually or you can jump as "tables". Whether flowy enjoyment ride or action-packed jump-spectacle - you have it alone in your hand. With an average gradient of between ten and 15 percent, the route is also suitable for bikers with basic knowledge.