Trails in the Kitzbüheler Alpen - Tyrol
Limitless Downhill and Trail fun in the Kitzbüheler Alpen! For all downhill fans who like hurling themselves down drops, over jumps, Northshore elements and banked curves, the bikeparks and trails in the Kitzbüheler Alpen are just the place! If you want something easier, try the entrance at the Lisi Osl Trail. If you want to tweak your riding skills by the trail, the bike guides of the Kitzbüheler Alpen are there to help you.
Kirchberg in Tirol
Hiking trail-like Singletrail from the upper terminus of the Fleckalmbahn cable car across the forest road and through woodland to the upper terminus of the Maierlbahn gondola lift (not operating in summer), continuing over the Ochsalm Hochalm to the junction of the existing hiking trail (pushing section) direction Niedere Fleckalm. Shortly before, the route branches off the hiking trail and leads below the Fleckalm alpine inn to the forest road, along the forest edge, across pasture areas and then through the forest to the lower terminus of the Fleckalmbahn. challenging singletrail, which is also part of the KitzAlpBike-route and the Mountainbike Marathon WC. The Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel has special tickets for bikers who want to repeat the ride. Length: 7 km Difficulty: S2
Thanks to the new Gaisberg Trail, the Lisi Osl Trail and the Wiegalm Trail, mountain bikers now have a complete range of trails to choose from, all part of the "Gaisberg Biking" experience. Both the "Lisi-Osl Trail" and the "Gaisberg Trail" as well as the official MTB routes on forest tracks and roads open up many combination options, which can be easily found on the map with clearly identified levels of difficulty.
Here you will find the prices for the Gaisberglift
Lisi Osl Trail
Singletrail with 450 m dia over 2,300 m. Natural routing of difficulty level S1 to S2 (easy to medium). For Downhill-whizzes and Singletrail-beginners. Comfortable ascent on the Gaisberglift. Length: 2.5 km Difficulty: S1 - S2
Since the beginning of summer 2013, there is a second trail on Gaisberg mountain. The "Gaisberg Trail", in contrast to the Lisi Osl Trail also located on the Gaisberg, is more challenging. The 2 km long trail winds along the lift terrace. Then it crosses the steep slope from where it leads down along the edge of the slope to the finish. The technically challenging trail has some jumps and drops incorporated for for downhill riders. Rookies will find chickenways to divert to.
The Wiegalm Trail starts below the “Wiegalm“, from which it takes its name. From here, it's 1.6 km along a narrow hiking trail, rock and root sections into the valley. Length: 1.6 km Difficulty: S2
Brixen im Thale
Sun Trail Brixen im Thale
The new "Sun Trail" was completed shortly before the winter break in autumn 2016.
The very flowy trail with the difficulty level S0 is about 3 kilometers long and leads through fantastic forest passages.
The name of the Trail is "Sun Trail" because it is located on the sunny side of Brixen im Thale.
Length: 3 km
St.Johann in Tirol
SingleTrail at the Harschbichl
In summer 2017, the new Trail in St. Johann in Tyrol will be opened!
Till the end of May a new pumping track for children as well as a „skills area“ for beginners and advancers will be completed.
The SingleTrail leads from the Harschbichl top station trought the middle station to the valley S.t Johann in Tyrol.
Especially in the upper area there are very challenging passages. In the lower area, from the middle station, the Trail is easier . The length of the Trail amounts more than 7 km. The height difference is about 900 m, with a descent of approx. 13%.