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Bikepark Leogang combines world cup quality downhill trails with a vast playground suitable for practising your skills. The result is Austria’s largest mountain bike region where beginners, families and professional riders can all enjoy the trails without making concessions.

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Leogang, Austria
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Mountain Bike Trails at Bikepark Leogang

Bikepark Leogang is a renowned bikepark in the Austrian Alps and is one of the yearly hosts of the UCI mountain bike World Series. Together with Saalbach Hinterglemm and Fieberbrunn it forms Austria’s largest bike region, totalling more than 90 km of trails. These trails are accessible from 9 cable cars, all included in one ticket.

Hosting a world cup obviously means there are some top-notch downhill trails for advanced riders. However, there is more, a unique Riders Playground. The Riders Playground is an area of 10.000 m2 perfect for when you’re new to bike parks or brought your family. The lines are very short, under 1 km, and have an altitude difference of just 49 metres. Ranging from easy flowing to small jumps, the trails are a great way to become a better mountain biker. There is also the GoPro Bagjump where experienced riders can safely practise skills and tricks, landing on a massive bag.

If you want to get in a bit of pedalling during your cycling holiday as well, you can try out the All-Mountain/Enduro style tours such as Knappentrail and Schwarzleo Trail. There are also some fun gravel roads in the region, in case you want to take a day off from all the adrenaline-pumping rides and simply enjoy the mountains.


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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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