Brixen Tourismus

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  1. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen and Brixen Tourismus went mountain biking.

    August 9, 2020

    12.9 mi
    -- mph
    3,150 ft
    500 ft
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    1. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen

      In addition to the unique landscape, imposing mountains and traditional villages, different surfaces await you: roads, gravel and forest paths lead you through the Villnöss valley
      to the Geisler giants in the Dolomites. At the foot of the mountain, the rustic alpine huts reward you with a cozy atmosphere and South Tyrolean delicacies.
      The tour starts in Bressanone at the parking lot near the south sports zone, from where it goes along the valley bike path to Albeins. You cross the village and immediately overcome the first meters of altitude on a gravel path through a rustic forest. It continues uphill on a side road, past old farms and colorful flower meadows to Teis. From there, the route continues towards St. Peter and St. Magdalena in Villnöß, which is characterized by exciting sections through forests and meadows. The last stretch leads up to Ranui, a hamlet of Villnöß, where the tour ends. The bike tour can be continued up to the Villnößer Almen, which are beautifully situated under the Geisler peaks and invite you to stop for a break.

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      • August 10, 2020

  2. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen and Brixen Tourismus went mountain biking.

    August 9, 2020

    4.96 mi
    -- mph
    1,575 ft
    325 ft
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    1. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen

      The mountain station of the Plose cable car is the perfect starting point for enjoyable tours to 3 different huts on the Plose. Depending on your fitness level, you can decide whether you want to go to just one or all three huts.To the Rossalm
      This leisurely bike tour offers a top-class view from start to finish. The gravel path, which is shared with hikers along the entire route, starts at the Plose Looping at the mountain station of the Plose cable car and leads on an easy and easily navigable path (No. 14) to the Rossalm, where a stop is definitely worth it. It's back on the same route.
      Tips: Accessible with the MTB and the E-MTB (charging station available at the Rossalm).
      To the Plose hut
      From Kreuztal, this pleasure tour leads over gravel paths up to 2,450 meters, where the Plosehütte is located. A 360 degree view awaits you here, which can be enjoyed and explored particularly well at the panoramic table at the telegraph.
      The path starts at the Plose Looping and leads along the initially narrow gravel path that becomes wider at a crossroads (No. 14). After about 1.5 kilometers take the junction to the left towards Plosehütte. Now always follow the signs to the Plosehütte, which you reach after 4 bends.
      Tips: Passable with the MTB and the E-MTB.
      To the Pfannspitzhütte
      The pleasant bike tour to the Pfannspitzhütte impresses with a wonderful view, pleasant surfaces and a cozy stop. The tour takes you on gravel roads along path no. 14 until you turn left after about 1.5 kilometers. Now it continues uphill, turn right at a fork in the road and follow the path straight ahead, which leads directly to the Pfannspitzhütte.
      Tips: Passable with the MTB and the E-MTB.

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  3. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen and Brixen Tourismus went mountain biking.

    August 9, 2020

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    1. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen

      When building the Palm Pro Line, Gravity Logic literally rolled up their sleeves: It is hand-built from top to bottom and a dream for lovers of challenging trails. The line challenges experts with some features, jumps and steeper passages. At 2.5 km, the length is more than considerable for a hand-built trail. The Palm Pro Line is one of the more demanding lines in the Brixen Bikepark and its name is dedicated to the wonderful view from Palmschoss to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites.Difficulty level: red - intermediate
      Line built for technically experienced mountain bikers with good braking and cornering technology. Good jumping technique and mastery of hairpin bends are a prerequisite. There is changing subsoil and also loose soil.

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  4. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen and Brixen Tourismus went mountain biking.

    August 9, 2020

    3.08 mi
    -- mph
    2,775 ft
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    1. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen

      The Sky Line has the longest tradition in the Brixen Bikepark. It is the oldest and at the same time longest line in the park. It is really fast, whether it's physically demanding and requires good control and safe driving skills. The line starts at the Plose mountain station and descends almost 1,000 meters in altitude to the valley station. A breathtaking panorama with a view of the city of Brixen accompanies you into the valley.Difficulty level: red - intermediate
      Line built for technically experienced mountain bikers with good braking and cornering technology. Good jumping technique and mastery of hairpin bends are a prerequisite. There is changing subsoil and also loose soil.

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  5. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen and Brixen Tourismus went mountain biking.

    August 9, 2020

    2.62 mi
    -- mph
    950 ft
    1. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen

      The Jerry Line is the easiest line in the Brixen Bikepark. Jerry, the trail builder and namesake of the line, has never laid it too steep, never too rough and never too narrow: it is simply ideal for beginners and kids. It's only 300 meters from the trailhead to the end of the trail, but in between there is an incredible 4.2 km of trail fun for the whole family.Difficulty level: green - very easy
      Beginner-friendly line with soft curves and flowing routes. There are no artificial obstacles or jumps, the line is also suitable for children. However, basic mountain bike knowledge is required.

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  6. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen and Brixen Tourismus went mountain biking.

    August 9, 2020

    1.21 mi
    -- mph
    450 ft
    1. MOUNTAINBIKE TESTIVAL Brixen

      Thanks to a few jumps and nice back and forth, the Hammer Line guarantees airtime and variety over a length of 1.9 km and an altitude of 165 meters. This line is awesome, in two ways: on the one hand because it is a lot of fun and on the other hand because Hammer is the name of the landowner who let Gravity Logic put his hand and shovel in his forest.Difficulty level: blue - easy
      Suitable for mountain bikers with safe, advanced riding technique and jump skills. There are artificial obstacles such as bank curves, wall rides, steep steps and jumps.

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