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The bike- and trailpark in Winterberg are a great option for a fun mountain bike weekend. With both blue, red and black lines it can be either an introduction to bikepark riding or a way to hone your skills. The stunning forests and vibrant mountain biking community are just the cherry on the cake.

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Winterberg, Germany
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Set amidst the beautiful landscape of the Sauerland region, Bikepark Winterberg offers stunning views of the surrounding forests and mountains. The natural beauty of the area adds to the overall experience of riding in the park.

Located in the heart of the Sauerland region, not far from the Ruhrgebiet, Westphalia, and Siegerland, Bikepark Winterberg is easily accessible from cities like Münster, Dortmund, and Siegen, taking less than two hours by car – perfect for an exhilarating break. The bike park in North Rhine-Westphalia is also easily reachable from other regions in Germany.

Trails at Bikepark Winterberg

Bikepark Winterberg is the main hub for downhill riding in the area as it features 17 flowing trails, totalling over 20 kilometres. The trails vary from blue to black lines and we included most of them in our Komoot collection below. Since 2023 the bikepark also has a few enduro style lines with many technical features.

The bike park offers easy lift access so you can focus on downhill riding. Don’t forget your full face helmet though, as it is mandatory to wear one.

Bikepark Winterberg is a great place to ride for beginners thanks to its many blue line trails. If you don’t have the right bike yet, you can rent one at their shop and they even host a bike school.

Trailpark Winterberg

Right across the street is Trailpark Winterberg. It’s a nice change from the sometimes crowded bikepark and has some fun flowing trails. Most loops consist of short sections of singletrack with gravel roads connecting them.


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Terms of Use: Please be aware that if you choose to follow any of these trails, you do so at your own risk. Before embarking on your journey, be sure to check current local weather conditions and any road or land closures that may be in effect. Always adhere to both public and private land use restrictions and rules while on your ride, and be sure to carry all necessary safety and navigation equipment. Additionally, please make sure to follow the #leavenotrace guidelines to minimize your impact on the environment. The information provided on this website is intended solely as a planning resource and should be used in conjunction with your own due diligence. While every effort has been made to thoroughly research each route and provide accurate GPS tracks and maps, the author's judgment and the accuracy of the information provided cannot be guaranteed. The Grand Trail, its partners, associates, and contributors are not responsible for any personal injury, damage to personal property, or any other circumstances that may occur while following these trails.

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