Bike parks in South Tyrol
The various bike parks in South Tyrol offer mountain bikers a comfortable ride up the mountain by cable car or lift and a great selection of lines in different degrees of difficulty and lengths – from freeride trails to flow trails and pump tracks.
The breathtaking mountain landscape and the mild climate make South Tyrol a dream destination for mountain bikers. Those who like to ride downhill during their bike holiday in South Tyrol are guaranteed to find the right trail for them in the bike parks listed here. And beginners first train in the skills parks.
4 lines are available in the Brixen Bikepark. They all start at the lift exit at the mountain station of the Plose cable car. With a length of 6.6 km and a difference in altitude of 900 m, the Sky Line is the longest and most demanding line on Mt. Plose. The Sky Line is currently closed for construction work and is expected to reopen in summer 2023.
Bike Park Kronplatz
17 trails and the Skills Park Cir offer a variety of possibilities for mountain bikers in the Bike Park Kronplatz. The Herrnsteig is famous as a freeride trail with a length of 7.6 km and 1,234 m difference in altitude. 5 lifts take bikers and bikes up to lofty heights.
MTB Trail Arena Val Gardena
The Bike Park in Gröden offers 6 trails: 3 easy and 2 medium-difficulty flow trails as well as the Ciampinoi freeride trail. In total, the MTB Trail Arena Val Gardena offers 13.9 km of trails, which are linked together via 4 lifts and various connecting trails.
Bike Beats – Movimënt Alta Badia Trails
In this bike park in Alta Badia there are 5 flow country trails as well as pump tracks for training. You can reach the park at an altitude of around 2,000 m via a cable car or chairlift.
There are also various parks and areas for training, such as the Bikepark Deutschnofen, the Bikeparcours Latsch, the Kids Area Panorama in Olang or the MTB Area in Antholz-Niedertal.
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