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Kitzbüheler Alpen Trail Card

The best single trails in one ticket

Do you enjoy taking your mountain bike along single trails? Want to get to know the eight trails of the region? The Kitzbüheler Alpen Trail Card is your ticket for unlimited trail fun. Explore the fast and in parts very narrow trails with their countless curves, elevated turns and drops - you are guaranteed to fly through. With the ticket you can also enjoy the natural scenery of the Kitzbühel Alps in comfort from the chairlift or gondola lift.

Lifts included

  • checkHochbrixen Cable Car Company - Gondola lift (Brixen im Thale)

  • checkFleckalmbahn - Gondola lift (Kirchberg)

  • checkSonnenrastbahn - 6-seater chairlift (Kitzbühel)

  • checkGaisberglift - 4-seater chairlift (Kirchberg)

  • checkHahnenkammbahn - Gondola lift (Kitzbühel)

  • checkHarschbichlbahn - Gondola lift (St. Johann in Tirol)

  • checkTauwiesenlift - T-bar lift (Oberndorf in Tirol)

7 lifts - 8 trails - 1 ticket

Help with the trails from cable cars

The ticket provides you with everything from the longest single trail in Tirol to special twisty trails and easy beginner trails. In the overview you will find all the single trails you can access with the Kitzbüheler Alpen Trail Card.

Fleckalm Trail - a "Great Trail of Tirol"

The Fleckalmtrail is one of the five "Great Trails of Tirol". With a length of 7.1 kilometres, the Fleckalm Trail is one of the longest single trails in Austria. Amid the incredible mountains of the Kitzbüheler Alpen, the varied route winds its way down 1,100 metres of elevation difference. Along the almost endless descent, sections with roots, large and small jumps, superbly made elevated turns, some short counter ascents and quick speed sections ensure for a complete enduro feeling.

The challenging route requires a certain amount of concentration, stamina and riding ability.

Ideal to combine with the bike transport service of the local cable car companies!

Length: 7.1 km
Elevation difference: 1,100 metres
Difficulty grade: S2 - 3 (medium)


Lisi Osl Trail

Following in the footsteps of cross-country World Cup legend Lisi Osl, you can head along the single trail named after the local hero on Gaisberg in Kirchberg. The route of around three kilometres guarantees pure descending pleasure.

The start is right by the mountain station of the Gaisbergbahn cable car at 1,270 metres altitude. The largely untouched natural route offers - over an elevation difference of around 450 metres - quick sections and a range of great twists and turns. While beginners can get their first experiences here with elevated turns, easy steps or roots, experienced mountain bikers can use the steps for jumps. The medium-difficulty trail, which is rated S2 throughout on the single trail scale, enchants and delights mountain bike pros and trail beginners with its diverse character.

Ideal to combine with the bike transport service of the local cable car companies!

Length: 2.3 km
Elevation difference: 450 metres
Difficulty grade: S2 (medium)


Gaisberg Trail

The Gaisberg Trail on the mountain with the same name is a great option for anyone who enjoys whooshing and springing downhill. Having previously hosted the Austrian downhill national championship, the two-kilometre long run offers everything you need in a real downhill route: soft forest floor in parts, a lot of roots, speed sections, fast jumps over the edge of terrain or wooden structures. Chickenways are available as easier alternatives.

For the demanding descent of 450 metres in altitude, a certain amount of riding technique is needed. The trail is rated S3 throughout on the single trail scale.

Ideal to combine with the bike transport service of the local cable car companies!

Length: 2.3 km
Elevation difference: 450 metres
Difficulty grade: S3 (difficult)


Sun Trail

The entrance to the Sun Trail is located at around 1,340 metres altitude on Gsengweg in Brixen im Thale. In the upper part, the trail winds its way through a forest that clears in the middle and passes over an Alpine pasture area. You will soon find a good rhythm on the quick and bouncy trail as you head down alongside the stream with waves, tables and elevated turns. The trail finishes close to the power station to the east of Brixen.

The trail can be reached via Brixen by taking Bike route 265 to the Nieding mountain guesthouse and then taking Route 299 or Route 288. You can more comfortably complete the first 500 metres of elevation difference by taking the cable car from Hochbrixen. Head out from here and down to the Nieding mountain guesthouse - then there is a comfortable 200 metre of elevation difference to ascend(Route 299) to the entrance of the Sun Trail.

Length: 2.5 km
Elevation difference: 400 metres
Difficultly grade: S0 - S1 (easy)


Sonnenrast Trail

The Sonnenrast Trail is the main draw for beginners and the perfect way to warm up. This trail offers magnificent panoramic views of the lush, green mountain landscape in the Kitzbühel Alps. But the Sonnenrast Trail is also well suited to advanced bikers, as it contains some spectacular elements such as the eight-metre-tall wooden spiral as well as wooden sections through steeper terrain. Well-designed turns and rollers that can either be jumped or skirted round offer even more options for more seasoned riders preparing to tackle the Hahnenkamm and Fleckalm Trails.

Streiteck Trails

Upper Streiteck Trail
The Upper Streiteck Trail is a short route with a large amount of North Shore elements. It crosses the forest path just before the end and then climbs around 10 metres to the assembly point, from where bikers can choose either the Lower Streiteck Trail or the Sonnenrast Trail.

Lower Streiteck Trail
A jump-filled flow trail that branches off from the Sonnenrast Trail, the Streiteck Trail passes underneath the Sonnenrast Trail and runs along the occasionally steep Bärenkopf slope. Jump and feature options and a small flagstone-covered area give bikers plenty to enjoy before a boardwalk bend takes them on a spectacular 130-metre-long North Shore-style uphill. Once here, they conquer the rock face below and then rejoin the Sonnenrast Trail.

MTB Family Area Streiteck
The MTB Family Area Streiteck is the ideal meeting point for mountain-bike-crazy families and beginners alike. The Sonnenrast Trail and the Sonnenrast chairlift are the quickest ways to get to the training track, which is not far from the chairlift’s valley station. Alternatively, it is a 20- to 30-minute walk along the hiking trail towards Pengelstein. Once there, younger visitors can enjoy a 100-metre-long conveyor belt and several children’s and practice trails that are around 1.4 kilometres long in total.

Hahnenkamm Trail

The easy trail leads from the mountain station on the Hahnenkamm, over the Asten to the Hahnenkamm valley station directly in the Gamsstadt.

At first, it takes you across open, almost picturesque alpine pastures. Later, one bend after another leads through woodland - repeatedly interrupted by beautiful clearings.

The beginners' trail can be reached via the Hahnenkamm cable car in Kitzbühel. If you want to enjoy the trail a little longer, you can also reach it via the Fleckalmbahn cable car with the new connecting trail from Kirchberg.

Length: 6.2 km
Elevation gain: 865 metres
Difficulty level: S1 (easy)


Harschbichl Trails

The two fast-moving trail starts underneath the middle station of the Harschbichlbahn cable car by the Angereralmsee lake. The easy trail first winds through the forest with gentle curves and elevated turns. Between them, a few tables, doubles, shark fins and one drop tempt you to build up a decent speed. A few waves also ensure for fun and action.

The single trails winds over 3.9 kilometres from the middle station (Harschbichl 1) into the valley - firstly through the forest and then over open meadows. In total close to 518 metres in elevation difference have to be tackled. As a small extra, the Skill Area awaits all the bikers at the end of the route.

Length: 3.9 km
Elevation difference: 518 metres
Difficulty grade: Route 2001 S1-S2 (easy) and Route 2000 S1 (easy)


OD Trails

The OD Trails (Oberndorfer Trails) provide a lot of fun for beginners and pros. The first bike T-bar lift in Tyrol will take you together with your bike up to the start of the trails.

In the bike arena you will find six trails with different levels of difficulty, such as the Green Trail (S0), the Blue Line (S1), the Red Line (S2), a Black Uphill Trail (S2-3), as well as a Skill and Jumppark.

Of course, the OD Trails also have a washing station for your bikes - so you can clean them quickly and easily and the "trail sluggishness" stays where it belongs.

You can find a detailed trail description under the link.


Opening status of the trails

What single trails are open in the Kitzbühel Alps?

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The Kitzbüheler Alpen Trail Card

One-day ticket(Adult with guest card)
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Additional information

Everything about the right service facilities in the Kitzbühel Alps

What do the blue, red and black difficulty grades mean? Where can I rent a mountain bike suited for a single trail? Are there bike hotels and accommodation? Find out all the additional information for planning your mountain bike holiday here.

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