Located in the Bike Republic Sölden, the vowel-heavy Eebme Line is a gentle 2.1km trail starting at the mid-way station of the Gaislachkoglbahn cable car at 2,171 metres above sea level. It winds its way down the mountain along a series of wide open corners offering fabulous views of the Ötztal Alps. The trail is rated S1 (easy) on the singletrack difficulty scale, making it the perfect warm-up for advanced riders and a great place for beginners wishing to discover the world of trailriding for the first time.
Mid-way station of Gaislachkoglbahn
0 h 20 min
- Circular route
- Route with e-bike charging station
Vertical metres downhill 191m
Best time of year
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Car park at bottom of Gaislachkoglbahn cable car
The Gaislachkoglbahn cable car transports mountainbikers up to the mid-way station at 2,171 metres above sea level. After leaving the cable car building, stay to the right and, after around 150 metres, you will see a large start gate made of stone.
From here on in it is helmet on, brakes off and rock ’n' roll. The trail is a little bit like an alpine pumptrack with its many corners, rollers and small jumps. It winds its way along a relatively flat mountainside and is great fun for all those who love to feel the flow.
After around 190 vertical metres of descending the trail ends just above the Langeggbahn cable car. Following a short transfer trail it merges with the Ohn Line.
Tip! After warming up on the Eebme Line, riders can choose between riding the Ohn Line all the way down to the valley floor or, just above the Rauth Alm hut, taking the legendary Teäre Line for the final few vertical metres down to the bottom.