New from summer 2023: A trail park will be opened between Weißenbach bei Haus and Aich, the first of its kind in the region. This trail park is characterised by its particularly environmentally friendly construction of the trails and narrow cycle paths, which offer varied routes.
The park includes three different loops that offer fun and a unique cycling experience for all ages and levels of difficulty. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced biker, everyone will find a suitable route here. The different loops allow riders to test their skills and abilities and continuously improve.
Another positive feature of this singletrack is its long season duration. Due to its sunny location and construction on a natural gravel surface, the trail park can be used for a large part of the year. Even when other trails are closed due to weather conditions, riders can still pursue their hobby here and enjoy nature.
No previous mountain biking experience is necessary.
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Bikepark Schladming, which has existed for 15 years, was further expanded in 2019. In spring 2023, it will be that time again: At the Schladming Dachstein Bike Opening, the Bikepark will open its doors for business once more. Visitors will then be able to hop aboard the main 10-person gondola that will carry them, along with their mountain bikes, to the top of the Planai. "Pro" bikers as well as rookies can look forward to a wide selection of mountain bike trails totaling 35 kilometers in length. The difficulty ranges from very easy to extremely challenging, so you can clearly see - whether you are an adult or a child, alone or with your family - you are certain to find the bike tour that's just right for you. Our tip: If you are a newbie, it's well worth having an expert bike guide at your side who can teach you the fundamentals of mountain biking. Something especially easy to do in the "Bike Area", where a guide is automatically included.
At the Reiteralm Trails, they created brand-new singletracks in the summer of 2019 that are 15 kilometers long and feature two different difficulty levels. There are two easy courses for beginners, and four difficult tours for experienced bikers. In addition to the singletracks, there are also two "shared trails" that used to be hiking paths. The Preunegg Jet lift went into operation in the spring of 2022. Every Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, this 8-passenger gondola carries visitors to the top of the Reiteralm. Back at the valley terminal, meanwhile, you will find a great selection of bikes, equipment, along with mountain bike guides.
Located right next to the Reiteralm Hut are the Junior Trails, which are especially kid-friendly. The four courses are 600 meters long in total and divided according to difficulty. Incidentally, children and parents can make their way to the top using a conveyor lift, the aptly named "magic carpet". The easiest of the four courses, known as the "Chicken Line", consists of a gravel surface as well imaginatively designed wooden elements, and is suitable for children who are still tooling around on pushbikes.