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    KitzSki Bike Trails

    For beginners and trail specialists


    Unlimited downhill fun: UP by cable car, DOWN by mountain bike. The KitzSki Bike Trails provide the ideal terrain for this.

    KitzSki is now a Gravity Card partner. You can use the following bike trails with a valid Gravity Card:

    KitzSki Bike Trails
    Hahnenkamm Trail | Fleckalm Trail | Gaisberg Trail | Lisi Osl Trail

    Four KitzSki Biketrails

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    Bike Trail Hahnenkamm A new bike trail opened on Hahnenkamm mountain in summer 2019 and is providing all kinds of fun and action. It is 7.2km long, offers 850 vertical metres to overcome and leads directly from the Hahnenkammbahn cable car top station down to Kitzbühel along varied trails and paths. 6 pers. Hahnenkammbahn cable car
    Lisi Osl Trail Take on 450 vertical metres over a length of 2,300 metres. This Gaisberg mountain path intuitively follows the natural features. At difficulty levels S1 and S2 (easy to moderate), the trail is not just a must-ride for true downhill nuts but is also very feasible for single trail beginners. The forest road also makes a good bypass for some steep and special trail sections. 4-seater Gaisberg chairlift
    Gaisberg Trail

    The Gaisberg Trail (2km and 450 vertical metres) brings a new dimension to cycling on this sporting mountain. There is a wide-ranging network of paths of every difficulty level you could wish for, all in symbiosis with the extensive mountain roads and supply routes to and from the Gaisberg chairlift top station. 4-seater Gaisberg chairlift
    Fleckalm Trail Top freeriders are sure to have world champion downhill fun on the Fleckalm Trail (7.1km and 1,000 vertical metres). Body control and acrobatic cycling skills can be helpful, but are not necessary. Fleckalmbahn 10-seater monocable gondola lift