"Troaln" is a dialect word in the Ötztal Valley which roughly translates as "to stroll casually". That will give you a good idea of what the Troaln Line in the Bike Republic Sölden is like: relaxing, cruisy and a lot of fun. Opened in 2020, it connects the Gaislachkogel to the Giggijoch mountain. There isn't much vertical drop from start to finish, with the trail rated blue (easy). This trail can be used to get from theOllweite Line to the Harbe Line and the Gahe Line. On the singletrack difficulty scale this trail is rated S1 (easy).
Start of Harbe Line
0 h 15 min
- Circular route
- Route with e-bike charging station
Elevation uphill 1m
Vertical metres downhill 73m
Best time of year
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The Troaln Line can be reached via the Ollweite Line. To reach the Ollweite Line, take the six-person Langegg chairlift. The bottom of the chairlift is located at the start of the Ohn Line and can be reached via the Eebme Line.
The Troaln Line begins next to the legendary rock garden on the Ollweite Line. Rollers, berms and jumps with large landing areas make for 1.6 kilometres of fun riding before the Troaln Line meets the Harbe Line.
The full descent from the start of the Ollweite Line at 2,600 metres all the way down to the bottom of the Giggijochbahn cable car measures 16 kilometres.
Tip! The Rotkogelhütte at the start of the Ollweite Line serves hearty local food. It is a modern alpine hut with a large sunny terrace.