Surcharge bike season at Sportpass and season ticket holders
*No student, apprentice or other discounts
The start is right at the Moosalm. The 2.2 kilometre route winds past the Venedigerwarte, through
forested sections and via the World Cup ski piste to the valley station. The route is impressive – along with several ski jumps, one is right after the start, three wooden bridges and jumps with wave combinations provide plenty of changes in direction and challenging sections. ‘The wave combinations present a fantastic challenge to pros and beginners alike.
There is something for everyone here’, says Lakata. Cycle sport and mountain biking in particular is booming. ‘The fact is, the Lienz Dolomites region has the potential to become one of the leading cycling destinations in the Alpine area in a few years. The ‘Lakata’ trail and the parks in Kals are just the beginning. Even more spectacular bike parks will emerge in East Tyrol’, states tourist board representative Franz Theurl about their commitment in this sector.
Incidentally, tickets are available at the cash desk at Hochstein valley station. Free car parking is available directly at Hochstein valley station.
Peter Sagan Trail
The new Peter Sagan Trail is the perfect addition to the existing Alban Lakata Trail. Both trails together add up to an impressive length of around 7.1 kilometres, making it a challenge for any experienced biker. Flow and lots of airtime describe the new trail excellently, and not to forget the stunning and priceless panorama. Where else can you ride your bike over a perfectly shaped 7 kilometres long trail directly into the city!? 55 steep turns, 18 rollers, numerous gaps, step ups, and a mega-panorama boner jump make every biker's heart beat faster and motivated to repeat the ride.
Welcome to the Jungle
You won’t find palm trees, sandy beaches or cocktails on the new "Welcome to the Jungle Line," but you will discover a black trail that has it all. The new trail is an amazing 600 meters long and runs downhill along the fall line over stony fields and exposed roots. Then straight through the Hochsteinwald forest towards the valley until you are nearly powered out, then back onto the Sagan Trail. WARNING for professionals only!
Pumptrack at Bikepark Lienz
The new World Cup Pump track, at the valley station of the Lienz cable car, offers beginners and advanced players plenty of action and lets you improve your motor skills with every completed lap. So, before you go on the single trails, have a few warm-up rounds on the new pump track!
Opening hours are adapted to the Lienz cable cars / daily from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
How it works:
A rollercoaster feeling motivates young and old and promotes the improvement of motor skills. Here you can build up speed without pedalling by cleverly shifting your body weight before and after each wave as well as applying dynamic curve technology skills. Just stay loose in the hip and firmly grip your handlebars
Tips for parents:
Children from the age of 3 can improve their motor skills here. Go inside the pump track and stabilize your child with your posterior hand under the armpit. Use your front hand to stabilize the handlebars if necessary. The children's feet are supposed to touch the ground while sitting. Encourage the children to alternate from sitting to a standing position - creating momentum by up and down body movements – this is called “pumping”.
Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult
Use at your own risk!
Parents are responsible for their children!
Spectators keep off the track at all times
Keep the track plus the 2 metres surrounding it free
Use of the 1m wide track is only permitted with suitable protective equipment (helmet, protectors, etc) and suitable bikes and is at your own risk (bicycles, balance bikes, likeabikes)