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Trails in Brixen im Thale - al the trails im Brixental

Non-stop downhill and trail fun in Brixen im Thale and Brixental! For all downhill fans who enjoy dashing across drops, jumps, Northshore elements and steep bends, the trails in Brixental are just the ticket! Should you want something a bit easier, you can also try the ascent on the Lisi Osl Trail in Kirchberg. The Wiegalm Trail in Brixen im Thale is a bit more demanding. If you would like to hone your riding technique on the trail, then the bike guides for the Kitzbüheler Alpen are just what you are looking for.

Wiegalm Trail in Brixen im Thale

Biker Jause

The Wiegalm Trail starts beneath the “Wiegalm“, which it is named after. From there it is then 1.6 kilometres along a narrow hiking trail, over sections of stone and routes down into the valley.Length: 1.6 kilometres; difficulty level: S2

An overview of the trails in Brixental

Lisi Osl Trail

Lisi Osl Trail

Single trail covering 450 metres altitude at 2300m. Natural route outline; difficulty level S1 to S2 (easy to moderate). For downhill aficionados and those new to singletrail. Convenient ascent using the Gaisberg lift. Length: 2.5 kilometres; difficulty level: S1 - S2

Gaisberg Trail

Biker Jause

Since the start of summer 2013 there has been a second trail on the Gaisberg. In contrast to the 'Gaisberg Trail', the Lisi Osl Trail, which is also on the Gaisberg, is more challenging. The two kilometre trail snakes along the lift terrace. It then crosses a steep slope, then continues along the edge of the piste to the finish. The technically challenging trail has a few jumps and drops incorporated for downhills. 'Chickenways' are available as detour options for rookies. Length: two kilometres Difficulty level: S3

Fleckalm Trail


Singletrail which is similar to a hiking trail, from the mountain station for the Fleckalmbahn via the forest trail and through the forest area to the mountain station for the Maierlbahn (does not run in the summer), continuing via Ochsalm Hochalm until it merges into the existing hiking trail (there is a section where you have to push), heading for Niedere Fleckalm. Just before, the route branches off from the hiking trail and proceeds beneath Berggasthof Fleckalm onto the forest road, along the edge of the forest, via an alpine pasture area and finally through woodland to the valley station for the Fleckalmbahn. More demanding single trail, which is also a part of the KitzAlpBike route and the mountain bike marathon world championships. Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel provides special bike tickets so you can enjoy doing some reps. Length: seven kilometres Difficulty level: S 2

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