Long corners, sick Northshores, small jumps and rollercoaster rollers – flow, flow and more flow is the name of the game on the Ohn Line in the Bike Republic Sölden, Is starts at the bottom of the Langeggbahn chairlift and drops 380 vertical metres over a total distance of 3.8km. The Ohn Line is rated S1 (easy) and therefore ideal for mountainbikers of all abilities: beginners looking to try the sport for the first time as well as experienced riders who want feel the flow.
Bottom of Langeggbahn chairlift
Stiegele, road crossing/turning to Gaislachalm
0 h 30 min
- Circular route
- Route with e-bike charging station
Vertical metres downhill 377m
Best time of year
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Car parks at the bottom of the Gaislachkoglbahn and Giggijochbahn lifts
The Gaislachkoglbahn cable car transports riders up to the mid-way station at 2,171 metres above sea level. Leaving the cable car building, stay to the right. After around 150 metres you will see a large archway made of stone marking the start of the Eebme Line.
This easy trail is the perfect warm-up. After around 2km of riding you will reach a short transfer section taking you to the Ohn Line, located near the bottom of the Langeggbahn chairlift.
Dropping 380 vertical metres in around 4 kilometres, the Ohn Line is a fantastic trail leading through both high alpine terrain and shady sections of forest. Flow is the name of the game as you cruise from one berm to the next. Northshore elements, small jumps and steep changes of direction make this a particularly diverse trail.
The trail merges with the lower section of the Teäre Line, which then takes riders straight to the Gaislachkoglbahn cable car – where the fun starts all over again.
Tip! The Teäre Line is a high alpine pumptrack with 130 berms and 800 vertical metres of elevation loss from top to bottom. Definitely a "must-ride" for all visitors to the Bike Republic Sölden.