How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? Probably enough to build the Iss Shore Trail! With its many wooden elements and bridges, riders could be forgiven for mistaking the Zillertal Valley for the Northshore area of Canada. This trail, which represents the final section of the Isskogel Trails, is ideal for riders of all abilities and comprises not only wooden constructions above the forest floor but also a few down-to-earth sections before spitting riders out near the bottom of the cable car.
Gerlos, top of Isskogelbahn cable car
Gerlos, bottom of Isskogelbahn cable car
- Circular route
- Route with e-bike charging station
Vertical metres downhill 120m
Best time of year
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The Iss Shore Trail can be reached via all the Isskogel Trails. It represents the final section from the Rösslalm hut down to the bottom. After riding the Isskogelbahn cable car to the top, riders first take the easy Iss Flow Trail. In the middle section they have the option of branching off onto the more difficult Iss Tough Trail. Both trails then meet up again above the Rösslalm hut. There is a connecting trail to the hut itself, where the Iss Shore Trail starts.
The first section leads through open meadows with cows. Then come a number of wooden bridges, followed by a section of normal terrain, before some more wooden obstacles and banked corners. Shortly before the end there is a natural section and a final wooden bridge. Riders must then push their bikes over a bridge crossing a fence and then ride along a meadow trail in order to get back to the bottom of the cable car.