Bike Trail Park LANNACH Trails

Bike Trail Park LANNACH Trails

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BEGINNER
BASIC SKILLS
GREEN (very easy)
RiDE.

Beginner Area

This is a trainings area where kids can get to know the trail feeling on balance bikes.                                                                       

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Beginner Area52 mgreen
BEGINNER
UPHILL TECHNIK
GREEN (very easy)
RiDE.

Sprosser Climb

This smooth trail is characterized by a low incline, no obstacles and wide curve radii. Riding this trail uphill does not only help to gain an understanding of trail riding but also brings everyone to the starting points of all the other trails in this area.

LENGTHLENGTHDIFFICULTY
Sprosser Climb658 mgreen
BEGINNER
BASIC SKILLS
GREEN (very easy)
RiDE.

Skill-Area Green

This smooth trail is characterized by a low incline, no obstacles and wide curve radii. Therefore, this trail is ideal for gaining an understanding of downhill trail riding!

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Skill-Area Green223 mgreen
BEGINNER
BASIC SKILLS
GREEN (very easy)
RiDE.

Dingel Flowtrail

This smooth trail is characterized by a low incline, no obstacles and wide curve radii. Therefore, this trail is ideal for gaining an understanding of downhill trail riding!

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Dingel Flowtrail570 mgreen
BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATES
BASIC SKILLS
BLUE (easy)
RiDE. & eXplore

Ziesel Flowtrail

Here you will find rollers and berms which are larger than those on the Dingel Flowtrail. We consider it the perfect place for you to learn utilizing low and high points in the terrain to generate speed. Finally, the trail will help you to get a feeling for take-offs and landings. As a result, the flow trail is ideal for everyone who needs action.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Ziesel Flowtrail403 mblue
BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATES
BASIC SKILLS
BLUE (easy)
RiDE. & eXplore

Skill Area Blue

Ready for the next level? This trail is perfect when you want to try jumping and riding berms or wooden obstacles. These features will help you develop better balance skills on your bike.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Skill Area Blue350 mblue
BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATES
BASIC SKILLS
BLUE (easy)
RiDE. & eXplore

Sichler Trail

This line is extraordinary as it leads you through narrow sections, over transversely installed logs and into counter climbs with tight turns. This is your start to get to know single trails.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Sichler Trail120 mblue
INTERMEDIATES
UPHILL SKILLS
BLUE
eXplore

Aurikel Climb

This trail is located in the most remote part of the trail park. It offers smooth turns, easily manageable counter climbs and crosses a stone field. Finally, it leads you back up to the start.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Aurikel Climb206 mblue
INTERMEDIATES
BASIC SKILLS
BLUE
eXplore

Tännel Trail

Have you already mastered the Ziesel Flowtrail? If so, then this is the perfect trail as it is featuring slightly larger jumps, stone fields, tighter curves and somewhat steeper descents.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Tännel Trail280 mblue
INTERMEDIATES
JUMPING SKILLS
BLUE
eXplore

Alant Jump Line

Have you already mastered the jumps within the Skill Area Blue? If you want to get even better at jumping, riding The Alant Jumpline consisting of three beautiful tables will help you to boost your airtime skills.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Alant Jump Line98 mblue
INTERMEDIATES
ROOTS/ROCKS
RED (medium)
eXplore

Berle Trail

The Berle Trail is a single trail which is categorized as red in difficulty. Here, small stone steps, rootstocks and tight curve radii are waiting for you.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Berle Trail352 mred
INTERMEDIATES
ROOTS/ROCKS
RED
eXplore

Sichler Trail

This is the second part of the Sichler Trail, which is categorized as red in difficulty. The trail starts off with tight turns leading you uphill and surprises with tricky stone fields when going downhill again.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Sichler Trail115 mred
INTERMEDIATES/EXPERTS
UPHILL SKILLS
RED
eXplore. & PROGRESS.

Quendel Climb

Do you want to assess whether you are a master of riding uphill? Then, this uphill trail will test your ability as it is featuring steep and tricky sections which are difficult to ride.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Quendel Climb120 mred
INTERMEDIATES/EXPERTS
JUMPING SKILLS
BLACK (medium)
PROGRESS.

Tragant Jump Line

We consider this trail to be the most playful Jumpline. Every jump can be seen as a small transfer into a new direction. Here a good jumping technique is a requirement.

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Tragant Jump Line231 mblack
FORTGESCHRITTENE/EXPERTS
AIRTIME
BLACK (difficult)
PROGRESS.

Milan Jump Line

To ride this trail, a very good jumping technique is required. Very large tables with high take-offs guarantee huge airtime. ONLY FOR EXPERTS!!!

LENGTHDIFFICULTY
Milan Jump Line315 mblack

COMMON SENSE

Fair Play

Close all pasture gates. Protect and respect nature and animals. Do not litter the nature around you. Avoid being unnecessarily loud. Stay on marked trails and avoid leaving skid marks. Look out for agricultural vehicles. Mind your speed and be ready to stop at any time needed. Be aware of other bikers and hikers. Hikers have priority, particularly on narrow trails. A friendly “Hallo” ensures a good vibe. Look out for wildlife, pets, or farm animals on the tracks. Follow and respect signs. Only ride wearing a helmet. Only ride a maintained bike free of any technical issues. Choose lines and trails according to your skill level. Bring weatherproof clothes, tools, and an additional tube.

SAFETY

Pre-RiDE. & eXplore.:
Inspect trails and features carefully, to prepare effectively for a new day on the mountain.

Re-RiDE. & eXplore.:
Ride one trail a couple of times to get to know its characteristics and special features. Experience flow.

Free-eXplore. & PROGRESS.:
Increase riding speed and radicalness according to your skill level and approach bigger features carefully.