AIRTIME, ADRENALINE & SPEED
Narrow and largely natural trails with jumps and lots of roots, from very easy to difficult, for everyone from beginners to bike experts – the Innsbruck region has a diverse selection of single tracks to suit every taste and ability level. Are you looking for flowy and playful or rough and technical trails? Head to Bikepark Innsbruck! Are you a real bike expert? How about taking on one of the most difficult, steepest and longest downhill routes in Europe, the Nordkette Singletrail?
Four trails, Pumptrack, Dual Speed, a biking centre and practice areas right above Bike City.
Innsbruck's BikePark at the MuttereralmPark consists of the family-friendly Crazy Family and Braking Distance trails, plus the Auerhahn and Bulgarian Way flow trails fro experienced bikers and downhill riders. A practice area and kids' park near the Muttereralm restaurants (near the cable car) complete the offer! Whether young or old, newbies can practice their biking techniques and prepare themselves for the downhill trails on three routes here, all with different difficulty levels. And to help you get to the top, we even have a conveyer belt! Further information on the new BikePark page
Crazy Family (Mutters): A trail for families and children. Flowing and almost flat, this route takes you through the natural forest and across the piste from the Muttereralm cable-car valley station to its intermediate stop. Suitable for adventure-hungry beginners from young to old, and even experienced tourers have the opportunity to prepare themselves for more challenging trails here. Experienced downhill bikers use the steep walls to perfect their technique and enjoy the flow.
Braking Distance (Mutters): The Braking Distance trail connects the Crazy Family trail at the Muttereralm cable-car intermediate station to the valley station. This simple route crosses over the Mountain Cart run (forestry trail). Auerhahn Trail: The Auerhahn Trail in Götzens starts fast, sporty and curvy. Just like in a marble run, the route flies across the meadows and the rider first gets the flow feeling upon reaching one of the many simple jumps. The Auerhahn Trail goes from the Muttereralm mountain station to the Nockspitzbahn intermediate stop, and is part of the downhill run. The logical extension into the valley is the natural Bulgarian Way. Between the mountain station at Pfriemesköpfl and the Götznerabfahrt turn-off near the Muttereralm reservoir, the trail follows the edge of the piste. From here, there are connections to the trails at the Muttereralm.
Bulgarian Way (Götzens): The Bulgarian Way single trail is a classic, natural downhill trail, snaking its way over tree roots, jumps and switchbacks through the forest and over the piste from the Nockspitzbahn cable-car intermediate stop towards Götzens. A real party for downhill and enduro bikers who want to challenge themselves and ride like their Crankworx heroes. Flowtrail: BikePark designer Tom Pro's masterpiece of flow. 180 bends and many small and simple jumps have turned this trail into a flow classic in Innsbruck's BikePark. The trail runs from the Muttereralm intermediate stop to the valley station. There is even the possibility of connecting the trail with the Bulgarian Way into a 7-kilometre-long route with an altitude difference of 600 metres, offering downhill flow fun for all levels of experience. The family-friendly masterpiece from Canada's Tom Pro will captivate every rider. Important: the trail should be ready for the end of June, but currently runs over the Mountain Cart route.
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