GUIDED “5 BIKE PARK” HOLIDAY IN AUSTRIA
The best downhill and enduro riding from one central location
3-7 August 2020
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The most private and breathtaking enduro/downill region in Austria offers the perfect infrastructure for our Bike Park Holidays! Based in Mittersill, the guides at Bike Austria provide adrenaline and endorphins in a concentrated dose over 5 days. With the logistics worked out, riders can enjoy the parks on their own or join the guide on the best trails.
From world famous to obscure shred havens, there are well over 10 lift-access bike parks within a 100 km radius from Bike Austria HQ. This is virtue of Mittersill’s unique location at one of the most important crossroads in the Austrian Alps.
BIKE PARK HOLIDAY HIGHLIGHTS
- 5 Days – 5 Different Bike Parks
- Leogang, Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Lienz, Gerlos, Hahnenkamm, Kaprun, Maishofen are just a some of the possible bike parks
- Experience the spectacular scenery & hospitality of Austria
- Enjoy the classic cuisine of Austria served in its unique hut ambiance
- Ride under the highest peaks in Austria and their magnificent glaciers
- Learn about the history of these mountains and its people
- Visit the castle high above Mittersill with its exquisite food and eerie witch’s cave
THE HOLIDAY INCLUDES
- Excellent leadership from your local guide
- Transportation to Bike Parks
- All lift tickets
- Bike breakdown workshop
- Adjusting of sitting position and cockpit
- Core training each morning
- Bike Austria T-Shirt
545€ per Person with 5 participants
Please see our LIST OF PARTNER HOTELS to book a hotel that suits your personal needs. Bike Austria’s special rates start at less than €60/night.
LEVEL OF SKILL
Holidays in Austria are so perfect because the bike parks offer something for everyone. Riders must be comfortable riding trails with a loose surface and have solid braking technique. Joining our MTB Skills Camp is great preparation. The bike parks offer everything from family friendly flow trails to gnarly World Cup downhill tracks. The most difficult trails are generally S3. Click here for information on the rating scale.
Although this week is focused on the downhill, the amount of fitness required to ride hard for most of the day should not be underestimated. Additionally, some of the more secret spots require a bit of work to get to.
Full suspension bike with at least 140 mm of travel, good tires (2.35 profile, puncture protection), helmet, knee and elbow protectors, protector backpack, long gloves, rainwear, … Just drop us a line if you’re not sure!