Freeride and downhill in Saalbach Hinterglemm
A freeride paradise for mountain bikers
Home of Lässig provides a second home for mountain bikers. The unique mountain and alpine scenery unearths a plurality of challenging trails. Action and rushes of adrenaline on two wheels are at home around the Bachgut resort. Visiting the bike park in Saalbach Hinterglemm, you get to look forward to five park trails and another eleven singles trails for your freeride and downhill fun in Saalbach Hinterglemm – and the cable car ascent is included thanks to the JOKER CARD!
The park trails
You can’t wait for the experience that is downhill in Saalbach Hinterglemm? That is very understandable, as the bike park features five highly thrilling trails for beginners and pros. Here you can calmly hone your skills and gradually work your way toward the biggest challenges. Look forward to:
Milka Line: It has everything you need for the MTB freeride in Saalbach Hinterglem with its sweeping track layout and slight fall – perfect for beginners and to break-in the bike.-
Blue Line: Similarly easy, yet with more of a flow, beginners enjoy the easy steep turns while beginners look forward to proper air time.
Pro Line: Exactly what it says on the card: High drops, tree root sections, tables and doubles separate the wheat from the chaff. Less experienced riders can manoeuvre around the steep rock field.-
X-Line: Only experts should tackle this bike park highlight: 6.8 km in length and over 1,000 altitude metres lead onto many a technically demanding section.-
Z-Line: Two spectacular wall rides and smaller drops run across this medium line. Ride around difficult sections on your way to the action snapshot station, where your souvenir photo is taken.
Other single trails at a glance
Another eleven gripping trails can be found throughout the entire Home of Lässig, certainly in all difficulty levels and with many a hidden surprise. Here are two insiders’ tips:
Bergstadl Trail: This natural route is perfect for a decent freeride and downhill in Saalbach Hinterglemm. Tricky rock sections and jack-knife turns lie in waiting across its entire length of 3.1 km until the comparatively comfy Buchegg Trail leads into the valley.-
Wurzel Trail: Shorten your tour from Leogang across the mountains and ride across countless routes from the Kohlmais summit to the Wildkarkogel. Good riding technique is key as the bumpy trail has dropped many a wannabe.
Trip to Bikepark Leogang
Said Wurzel Trail – and the slightly easier Asitz Trail – lead you directly to Leogang. The local bike park is one of the most famous in the world and regularly hosts national and international contests with elite participants. Six trails and many a variation provide even die-hard MTB cracks with challenges. The demanding Hang Man Trails get you ready for the bike park experience, while Speedster separates the wheat from the chaff.