There is a special offer:
Kitzbühel Alps Trail Card
8 lifts - 8 trails - 1 bike ticket for everything!
There are eight bike trails in the Kitzbühel Alps that are easy to get to via cable cars. You can also get to additional single-trails and Pumptracks in the region. There are also mountain bike tours available here for all ability levels, including the KAT Bike and a network of 1000 kilometre mountain bike and cycle paths. The Kitzbühel Alps offer the best conditions for a variety-packed mountain bike holiday.
Included lift facilities
- Tauwiesen lift - T-bar lift (Oberndorf in Tirol)
- Harschbichlbahn - Gondola (St. Johann in Tirol)
- Hahnenkammbahn - Gondola (Kitzbühel)
- Fleckalmbahn - Gondola (Kirchberg)
- Gaisberg lift - 4-seater chairlift (Kirchberg)
- Hochbrixen cable car - Gondola (Brixen im Thale)
- Streubödenbahn - Gondola (Fieberbrunn)
- Obingleitnlift - T-bar lift (Fieberbrunn)
Beginner cyclists, children and cycling pros can enjoy plenty of fun and action on the OD Trails. There are 4 trails in the bike park: Green, blue, red & black line, a jump line in 3 difficulty levels and a skills area.
The bike T-bar lift is the first of its kind in Tyrol and will take you to the top in comfort.
Green Line: 900 m | 8 % drop
Blue Line: 1200m | 8.5 % drop
Red Line: 700 m | 8 % drop
Black Uphill Trail: 800 m | 11.4 % incline
The Harschbichl Trail is a Flow Trail. The route snakes over 145 bends and banked turns, along with 11 Northshore elements, down into the valley. Length:
3.4 kmMetres ascent:
The Fleckalm Trail, spanning some 7.1 kilometres, is one of the longest single-trails in Tyrol. The variety-packed trail nestles amid the impressive mountain realm of the Kitzbühel Alps in the cycling paradise of Kirchberg. Some 1100 metres of descent, peppered with root-strewn sections, larger and smaller jumps and very well-designed banked turns lie in front of you. With the fast ‘Speed’ sections and occasional short counter climbs you get that Enduro feeling.
Length: 7.1 km
Metres ascent: 1100m
Difficulty level: S2 - 3 (moderate)
Bike Trail Hahnenkamm
The Hahnenkamm Trail is an easy and variety-packed Flow trail. The route starts right next to the mountain station for the Hahnenkamm and proceeds down to Kitzbühel. The trail is peppered with flowing bends, North Shores, little waves and descents.
Length: 7.2 km
Metres altitude: 850m
Difficulty level: S1
The Gaisberg Trail provides everything that makes a real downhill route over its 2 kilometre length. On the trail you will find soft forest floor, plenty of roots, speed sections, fast jumps across terrain edges and wood elements. The route proceeds partly in the lift line route and ends near the valley station.
Length: 2.3 km
Metres ascent: 450m
Difficulty level: S3
Lisi Osl Trail
The Lisi Osl Trail is located on the Gaisberg in Kirchberg and is named after Cross-Country World Cup rider Lisi Osl. The natural trail route with flowing sections promises pure downhill fun.
Length: 3.2 km
Metres altitude: 440m ascent
Difficulty level: S2
The Sun Trail is a Flow Trail in Brixen with a gravel base. The route proceeds across numerous bends and waves and over Alpine terrain into the valley.
Length: 2.2 km
Metres ascent: 410m
Difficulty level: S0 - S1
NEW from Summer 2021: Bike Area Streuböden
In the new Bike Area Streuböden in Fieberbrunn, from this summer mountain bikers can discover the new Schweinestberg Trail and there is Easy Park Obingleiten for those new to riding. Bikers will also find a specifically built platter lift for the Easy Park Obingleiten.
Length: 4 km
Metres ascent: 320m
Difficulty level: S1