Bike Republic Sölden TYROL’S FINEST TRAIL & TRACK COLLECTION
What sounds like a dream for all singletrail and downhill fans is reality in Sölden. The variety-packed concept, Bike Republic Sölden, is a milestone in the history of cycling in Tyrol.
And at the same time it is a coming together of ideal natural pre-requisites, technical refinement and a shared passion for this (almost) vertical sport on two wheels. The destination is brimming with perfect trails, convenient cable cars and a cycling scene which welcomes beginners and pros in equal measure.
Plenty of variety, expansive terrain, a wide variety of ability levels and with ‘Rolling’, the biggest pump track in Tyrol, ‘Bike Republic Sölden’ is a hotspot for freeriders, all-mountain-bikers and endure riders.
Shaped lines in the Ötztal IN THE BIKE REPUBLIC SÖLDEN
The longest line
At over 2600 m altitude, starting beneath the Rotkogl hut, the challenging 7 km line proceeds down to the valley via variety-packed terrain.
Distance: 7 km / Descent: 712 m / Difficulty: moderate
Not easy to keep going
As its name suggests, the Zaahe Line is a tough challenge – (‘zäh’ is the German word for ‘tough’) – with sheer drops, rollers and steep bends. It branches off from the Teäre Line and is there waiting for technically experienced bikers to get stuck into.
Distance: 0,7 km / Descent: 78 m / Difficulty: difficult
Dancing with the bike
The Teäre Line. 5,2 km route. From the Gaislachkogl intermediate station. Hilly terrain. Flowing. 130 bends for smooth manoeuvres and elegant turns. Pleasure and fun in focus – no difficult obstacles. This unique track is really suitable for experienced endure riders and newcomers alike. As per the Flow Country principle, there are few drops, and more bends and waves.
Distance: 5,2 km / Descent: 575 m / difficulty: moderate
Down into the valley
The Ohn Line has been set-up in a wide sector, with plenty of flow riding down in long, straight sections.
Distance: 3,6 km / Descent: 376 m / Difficulty: easy
An ideal line for beginners with lots of waves and slight directional changes. The trail starts close to the Gaislachkogl intermediate station, almost flat and is also great for the perfect warm-up ride. The Eebme Line merges with the Ohn Line, after a brief transfer section.
Distance: 2,1 km / Descent: 192 m / Difficulty: easy
Mud & Fun
The new Lettn Line proceeds 1.5 km through woodland, pasture and wet terrain, promising no end of flow trail fun.
Distance: 1,5 km / Descent: 127 m / Difficulty: easy
Over and over again
The pleasure-filled Harbe Line proceeds from the Giggijoch mountain station down to Hochsölden.
Distance: 2,2 km / Descent: 177 m / Difficulty: easy
Fun & Action
The leisurely BROATE LINE takes you back to the valley. A 1.6 km long track that features a couple of Fun Elements. The last stretch before you reach the Rolling Pump Track, is designed as an easy Trail.
Distance: 1,6 km / Descent: 188 m
Fast & nimble
The GAHE LINE is the new highlight! The flowing route also connects the HARBE with the LETTN LINE and thus offers some 12 km and 1000 altitude metres of finest biking pleasure. Distance: 7,4 km / Descent: 620 m
OLM VOLLE LINE: Distance: 1.5 km / Difficulty: difficult
TROALN LINE: Distance: 1.6 km / Difficulty: easy
Even more bike comfort
"HIN & HEÄ" bike swing
With the 6-seater Langeggbahn chairlift and the Ollweite Line, both the Gaislachkogl and Giggijoch bike areas are connected with one another!
Get a stamp
Bike Republic Citizen Passport
From the Bike Season Start onwards, all citizens of the trendy Bike Republic Sölden receive their own Passport when buying a MTB-ticket. You will get a stamp on every trail, with each stamp representing a visa. For six, twelve or eighteen trail-visas collected, you’ll then receive cool goodies.
Every bend exceptional SINGLETRAILS
High alpine flow
Singletrails in the Ötztal
Numerous singletrails – cleverly nestling in the mountains – makes the Ötztal one of the real hotspots in the Alps for all-mountain-bikers & endure riders. Our tip – the 25 km Hochsölden panorama trail. Unbelievable views and the loveliest singletrails in the Alps over 5 km, with superb options for refreshment stops. Start your mountain adventure right now.
Pump track & Practice area WHERE LEGENDS ARE BORN
The skill centre for Sölden’s trails
The pump track “Rolling” – right next to the Gaislachkogl valley station – is the optimum preparation tool for the singletrails and the flowtrails around Sölden. Perfect your coordination & fitness in a fun way and maximise your skills for the ultimate run. The ‘Sunny’ pump track is ideal for up-and-coming bikers with its small trail loops and obstacles.
Practice terrain in Sölden
Fun before the fun
A school of balance, riding technique and the right methods on a wide variety of subsurfaces. Supported by ‘Mountain Bike School Ötztal’, you will find an ideal place here and above all else, a place which is exciting, in your preparation for heading into alpine terrain.