Tirol has plenty of bike parks where freeriders and downhillers can test their skills and nerves. Most have cable cars for quick and easy access to the trails.
Bike parks offer the perfect combination: cable car up, full speed down! In Tirol there are a number of specially designed areas with trails which have been created with riders of all abilities in mind. Many have banked corners and jumps as well as wooden bridges and other challenging features. Trails are classified according to their difficulty – green is easy, blue and red are intermediate, black is difficult.
Not sure which bike park to start on first?
Tirol boasts several bike parks that will help satisfy your gravity fueled adventures. The Tirol Bike Park in Wipptal Valley is the go-to place for adrenaline-seeking freeriders and downhillers of all abilities. Get out on two wheels and defy gravity on smooth singletrack and insane downhill trails. Bringing the family? Riders will find plenty of fun throughout the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Bike Park in the west of Tirol with exciting and family-friendly trails designed for every age and level. The new Bikepark Innsbruck – venue of the annual Crankworx Innsbruck event – is also suitable for both beginners and experts. And then there are the parks near the Main Alpine Ridge with fabulous views: the Bike Republic Sölden, the Three Countries Enduro Trails in Nauders, the Bikepark Großglockner-Resort and the Bikepark Lienz. Last but not least, in the east of Tirol there is a new bike park in Oberdorf with lots of trails for all abilities.
Bike parks offer the perfect combination: cable car up, full speed down! In Tirol there are a number of specially designed areas with trails which…