Mountain biking enthusiasts searching out adventure and technical challenges will find breathtaking bike parks and downhill tracks all across the country: The two bike parks in Wipptal Valley and in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis offer adrenaline fuelled mountain biking for freeriders and downhillers of all abilities.
Looking for less pedaling, more downhill fun? Opt for a lift-accessed downhill bike park. If you already ride, chances are you already know how to handle a bike on off-road terrain. But if you’re new to bike-park riding, there are different features and obstacles that aren’t commonly found on local trails. Bike parks include trails that are built by machines and contain man-made elements such as jumps, drops, gaps, wallrides, narrow surfaces, berms and other natural or constructed features. All trails within the bike park are designated by colour-coded markers at the start of each run. Work your way up to more advanced trails and features based on your progression, skill and comfort level, from blue (beginner) via red (advanced) to black trails (expert).
Not sure which bike park to start on first?
Tirol boasts two 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.