The trails in the Bikepark Lienz together make it to a proud length of around 11.6 kilometers and are therefore a challenge for every experienced biker. Flow and massive.
The start of the "Lakata" trail is located directly at the Moosalm. The 2.2-kilometre-long route winds its way past the Venedigerwarte, through forest passages and over the ski World Cup slope towards the valley station. The route guidance is impressive: In addition to several ski jumps, one is located directly after the start, three wooden bridges and jumps with wave combinations, there are many changes of direction and challenging route sections. "Especially the wave combinations are a great offer for professionals and beginners alike. There is something for everyone," Lakata describes. The bike park was named after the East Tyrolean triple marathon mountain bike world champion Alban Lakata.
With juicy 4.6 kilometers of new trails, it continues inexorably in the Bikepark Lienz! From spring 2019, there will be two new single trails in the Bikepark Lienz with the "Peter Sagan Trail" (difficulty: RED) named after three-time cycling world champion Peter Sagan and the variant "Welcome to the Jungle" (difficulty: BLACK). The new Peter Sagan Trail is the perfect complement to the existing Alban Lakata Trail. Both trails together bring it to a proud length of around 7.1 kilometers and are therefore a challenge for every experienced biker. Flow and massive airtime describe the new trail excellently, whereby the incomparable panorama must not be forgotten. Where else can you ride your bike on a perfectly shaped, over 7 kilometer long trail directly into the city!? 55 steep curves, 18 ROLLERS, numerous gaps, step ups,... and a Mega-Panorama Boner make every biker's heart beat faster and motivate them to repeat rides.
Palm trees, sandy beach and cocktails you will look in vain on the new "Welcome to the Jungle Line", but a black trail that has it all. The new variant is crisp 600 meters long and stretches along the fallline over stone fields and root passages into the depths. Straight through the Hochsteinwald towards the valley until it goes back to the Peter Sagan Trail shortly before muscle failure.
The new Worldcup Pumptrack, at the valley station of the Lienz mountain railways, offers beginners and advanced skiers a lot of action and improves the motor skills of the riders with each lap driven. So before you get on the single trails, do a few warm-up laps on the new pump track! Opening hours adapted to the Lienz mountain railways / daily from 09:00 to 17:00
Here's how it works:
The roller coaster ride motivates young and old and promotes the improvement of motor skills. Through skilful high and deep relief before and after the shaft as well as dynamic cornering technology, speed can be built up without pedaling. Loose in the hip. Hold handlebars with tension.
Tips for parents:
Children from the age of 3 can improve their motor skills here. Go along inside the pump track and stabilize with your back hand under the armpit. Use your front hand to stabilize the handlebars if necessary. The children's feet should touch the ground while sitting. Step by step from sitting to standing driving.
Children under 8 years of age only accompanied by an adultuse at their own risk! Parents are liable for their children! Always keep outside the trackWheel surface and 2m surrounding area freeThe use of the 1m wide facility is only permitted with suitable protective equipment (helmet, protectors,...) and suitable driving equipment and is at your own risk. (bikes, balance bikes, Likeabikes)
Skateboards, inline skates, scooters, motorized devices. Check the system before driving and do not use it in case of damage, incompleteness and bad weather (e.B. rain, snow, ice, poor visibility) - report damageAdjust use to skills, keep controlSuitable for beginners as well as advanced
Children from the age of 3 can already ride the pump track with the help of their parents!