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Bike In & Bike Out is not only a saying for us

With the construction of the GAHE Line, which in Ötztal means as much as fast, fast and the connecting piece of the Harbe Line with the Lettn Line, we are now situated on 4 mountain bike trails. The GAHE Line runs directly past our accommodation and thus provides for bike fun already in the morning and a direct connection to the Giggijoch mountain railway with the Lettn Line. 

Bike beginners, who reach us via the blue GAHE line, as well as bike professionals, who can choose the downhill runs via the Harise Trail (black), Traien Trail (black) or the Leiterberg Trail (red with a short counter climb to Grünwald), reach our chalets and holiday apartments directly.

You can get an overview of our trails in Sölden here on the Trailmap of the Bike Republic Sölden.

Bike Republic Facts

Above Sölden reigns a dense network of natural trails, freshly shaped flow trails and the demanding jump line. The infrastructure of the Bike Republic is exemplary with the Bergbahnen Sölden, which offer the perfect ascent assistance. You will also find two pump tracks and skill centres here: The Pumptrack Sunny at the Hotel Sunny and the Pumptrack Rolling (the biggest in Tyrol) at the Bäckelar Wirt, which is located in the middle of the village. And then there are the specialized bike shops and bike hotels.

 

  • Bike Republic Sölden: wide open terrain embedded in the unique Alpine landscape
  • Sustainable Trail Construction: Minimum impact on nature resources and local landscapes. Therefore we mostly use small excavators and hand crews
  • More than 30 mountain restaurants and Alpine huts for a nice rest stop
  • Ötztal's Dialect influences also the name of the Lines and Trails
  • The world's best Trail Designers (Hans NoWay Rey, Didi Schneider, Glen Jacobs, Chris Bernhard, Chris Kehmeier, Lukas Häusler, Joscha Forstreuter) came to Sölden by creating characteristic signature trails in the BRS
  • Currently you'll find Europe's biggest trail construction site in the BRS
  • Trails & Lines in the final construction stage: 95 km
    - Trails: 30 km
    - Lines: 51 km
    - Transfer routes: 15 km
  • Current Trails (in 2019):
    - Nature and Single Trails: 28 km
    - Lines: 32 km
  • Lines (in 2019):
    Teäre Line (stubborn, headstrong, persistent)
       5.2 km. 575 altitude meters. 130 turns. difficulty level Red S2

    Zaahe Line (tough, hard, rough)
       Jump Line - 0.7 km. 78 altitude meters. difficulty level Black S3

    Eebme Line (without change in altitude)
       2.2 km. 191 altitude meters. difficulty level Blue S1

    Ohn Line (downhill, downwards)
       3.8 km. 377 altitude meters. difficulty level Blue S1

    Harbe Line (again and again)
       2.2 km. 187 altitude meters. difficulty level Blue S0

    Ollweite Line (in the open terrain, out there)
       6.9 km. 720 altitude meters. 130 turns. difficulty level Red S2

    Lettn Line (mud, wet, slushy)
       1.3 km. 127 altitude meters. difficulty level Blue S1

    Broate Line (wide, broad)
       1.6 km. 181 altitude meters. difficulty level Green S0

    Gahe Line (fast, quick)
       7.6 km, 619 altitude meters. difficulty level Blue S1
  • Construction starts in 2019:
    Olm Völle Line (full steam, total commitment) presented by Laura Stigger
       1.7km, difficulty level Black S3-S4
    Troalen Line (dawdle)
       1.6km, difficulty level Blue S1
  • Stone Figures: Marking of the trail starting points
  • Pump Tracks incl. Skill Center:
    - „Rolling“ at Hotel Bäckelar Wirt. close to the base station of Gaislachkogl gondola
    - Hotel Sunny. approx. 5 biking minutes from the base station of Giggijoch gondola

 

MTB Tickets

If you want to reach the superb trails high above the valley in the most effortless way you can simply enjoy a ride in the mountain gondola, whisking you up to the trailheads at 2700 meters altitude.

In the 2019 summer season mountain bike transport is available on:

  • 8-pers. gondola Gaislachkogl I (07 Jun - 29 Sep 19)
  • 10-pers. gondola Giggijoch (07 Jun - 15 Sep 19)
  • 6-pers. chairlift Langegg (07 Jun - 15 Sep 19)


To the ticket prices of the Bergbahnen Sölden

 

Ötztal cycle path - The cycle path through the whole Ötztal valley

Starting in Haiming at 663 m, the cycle path runs through the entire Ötztal valley and ends in Sölden at 1,360 m. It branches off from one of the longest cycle paths in Europe - the Innradweg - and leads cyclists over 52 kilometres into the very own mountain world of the Ötztal Alps.

Running through five climate stages, the Ötztal cycle path offers bikers a special variety of landscapes: from the sunny dry climate at the valley entrance to the open expanse of Umhausen and Längenfeld to the end of the route in Sölden surrounded by mighty 3000m peaks.


Folder Ötztal cycle path (only in german)

Experience the Ötztal with the Ötztal Premium Card

With the Ötztal Premium Card you can draw on the full range of possibilities for a varied and active summer holiday in the Ötztal. Mountain railways, sights, excursion destinations, means of transport, wellness temples, outdoor specialists - the list is long and shows once more: connoisseurs will get more out of their holiday in the Ötztal.

With us as partner enterprise the Premium Card is included in the stay and nothing more stands in the way of boundless bike pleasure.

Our chalets & apartments in Sölden

Our chalets and holiday flats invite you to relax from everyday life. Above Sölden in the district Grünwald, with a wonderful view over Sölden you can enjoy your holiday in peace. With the Panoramaalm there is a restaurant in summer as well as in winter.

And to start your mountain bike day in the morning, you can use our new Gahe Line directly at your accommodation.

Enjoy your stay with us and have a look at our accommodations. 

Accommodation directly on the Bike Trails of Sölden

With the construction of the Gahe Line in summer 2019 we are not only at the Trails Harise (670) and Traien but also at one of the many Shaped Lines.  

Next to the Gahe Line you will reach the Bike Republic of Sölden via the Lettn Line, which is the blue highway to the Giggijochbahn and which takes you through forest and meadow back to the valley and with its playful elements.

 

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