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Gehen / Rad schieben

Walk / push bicycle

Track surface

Unknown
The track surface is currently undocumented or unknown.
Gravel
The track is paved with a surface varying from fine grit to coarse gravel.
Asphalt
The track has an asphalt surface.
Open terrain
The track’s surface is comprised of the naturally occurring material in the area and is therefore usually uneven and may feature larger obstacles such as rocks or roots.

Levels of difficulty

Unknown
Easy
Medium difficulty
Difficult

Mountainbike

Mountain bike trails

Easy
Cycle path with a good surface (fine gravel, asphalt or comparable surface) which is family-friendly and usually suitable for ordinary bikes. Uphill and downhill gradients between 0% and 5%, on short sections up to a maximum of 15%. Alternating uphill and downhill sections, no continuous uphill climbs. Mostly traffic-free or little used by road vehicles. Generally there are no particularly dangerous sections or, if so, they are indicated by special signposting. Where trails are also used as agricultural or forest roads, certain sections may be obstructed due to farming (e.g. lorries, tractors, parked vehicles, dirty road, etc.). In some cases, certain sections may also be closed off due to agricultural activities. Due to the alpine terrain, there may also be unsigned dangerous sections due to natural phenomena.
Medium difficulty
Requires sports cycling ability and an especially defensive riding style. Mountain biking equipment is recommended. Uphill and downhill sections between 5% and 12%, on short sections up to a maximum of 17%. The trail has blind bends. Bikers must expect to encounter road vehicles taking up the full width of the path. The composition of the path, including the quality of the surface, drainage facilities (e.g. channel drains), closure devices (e.g. barriers), safety measures (e.g. missing railings and fences) and notices about dangerous sections are solely intended for farm and forestry traffic using tractors and HGVs. Such installations could in themselves pose a danger to bikers. Bikers must at all times be prepared to come across trails closed for operational reasons (e.g. logging and transport), materials stored on or by the trail, equipment and stored machinery and sections which have become dangerous as a result of natural phenomena. Steep slopes adjoining the trail are not made safe.
Difficult
Demanding MTB trail with numerous dangerous sections exceeding the maximum gradient of the red trails and with much more difficult features. MTB equipment is obligatory. Bikers must keep their wits about them at all times and think ahead.
Singeltrail

Singletrail

Easy
  • Riding Ability: For beginners and intermediate bikers! Intermediate mountain biking technique required, i.e. good balance and good braking skills, good weight shifting to overcome obstacles, good ability of riding turns, ability to tackle steps, jump technique may be required in parts of the trail, generally trail experience is required
  • Risk: Crashes from elevated heights relatively hazard-free terrain possible. No risk of falling.
  • Trail composition: uneven surface, good grip with some rocks and roots
  • Gradients: flat: average ≤ 12%; max. 30 %
  • Turns: sharp turns possible but long and flat turn exits
  • Trail width: narrow: min. 0.6 m
  • Jumps: easy to roll over, safe main line. Alternative lines for intermediate bikers possible.
  • Level of difficulty: (Single trail scale): S1 – S2
Medium difficulty
  • Riding ability: For intermediate trail bikers! Special mountain biking technique required, such as very good balance and very good braking skills, very good weight shifting to overcome obstacles, ability to overcome steps, very good ability of riding turns, basic skills in tackling hairpin corners, jump technique required, considerable trail experience required!
  • Risk: Crashes from elevated heights into dangerous terrain possible. No risk of falling.
  • Trail composition: Partially loose and fast switching surface with rocks and roots
  • Obstacles: Short intervals of steps and ledges
  • Gradients: very steep: average ≤ 20%; max. 60 %
  • Turns: very sharp and steep turns and turn exits
  • Trail width: very narrow: min. 0.3 m
  • Jumps: roll over impossible, but there are always alternative lines to pass the jumps
  • Level of difficulty: (Single trail scale): S2 – S3
Difficult
  • Riding ability: For experts only! Excellent mountain biking technique required, such as expert level of balance and braking skills, expert weight shifting to overcome obstacles, ability to tackle steps, expert ability of riding turns, ability to tackle hairpin bends, jump technique required, expert trail experience required!
  • Risk: Crashes from elevated heights into dangerous terrain possible. Risk of falling. Danger to life!
  • Trail composition: Partially very loose and fast switching surface with big rocks and roots
  • Obstacles: very high steps and ledges in short intervals
  • Gradients: extremely steep: average > 20%; max.> 70 %
  • Turns: very sharp and steep turns and turn exits
  • Trail width: extremely narrow: min. 0.2 m
  • Jumps: Impossible to roll over, no alternative line to pass
  • Level of difficulty: (Single trail scale): S3 and above
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