Out with the old and in with the new
We used our break and are ready to start the summer 2020 at the Bikepark Schladming with 35 kilometres of pure trail fun.
Our new 10 seat gondola comfortly transports you up the Schladminger Planai. You can take your bycicle with you in the gondola as well.
The Bikepark Schladming is based on the opening hours of the Planai cable car. The routes are open during this time from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The use of the Bikepark outside the opening hours is expressly prohibited!
Everything the Bikepark has to offer at one glance
- Bike area (super easy) around the Märchenwiese. It's perfect for beginners as you can train your mountainbike skills on three different tracks - rookies (green), beginners (blue), and advanced (red).
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- Our Flowline (easy) starts at the Planai top station and leads you through a beautiful blueberry field first, before showing you larch and spruce forests. The track includes a slight declivity and leads you all the way to Planai middle station.
- The Jumpline - 99 Jumps (difficult) is the holy grail for whipper and styler. It's 3.5 kilometres long and offers lots of air time on perfectly build jumps that are between 3 and 8 metres long. If that's not enough for you, you can turn onto the Proline towards the end. There, monster jumps up to 12 metres are waiting for you.
- Fairy Trail (easy) offers a medium declivity and is a perfect trail for e-bike riders.
- Rookie Downhill (medium) is a great way to start your downhill experience. Its trade marks are a lot of curves and easy jumps.
- The Downtown Line (medium) features a break sand surface and a couple of easy hurdles such as tables, small step ups, and small step downs.
- Our Jack Lumber Trail (very difficult) is the first northshore trail at the Bikepark and is equipped with lots of steep transversal descendts as well as root carpets. This trail is for experienced riders only.
- Pro Downhill (difficult) is Austria's longest downhill trail on the Planai and therefore, well-known. It starts at 1.830 metres height and can be reached with the Planai gondola. You're going through tranquill surroundings, past the reservoir, and all the way down to middle station which is at about 1.325 metres height. There, you'll find a washing area and all the tools you may need.
- Kessler Line (medium) This trail is of medium difficulty and leads through woods and meadows towards the valley before it joins the Downtownline. Many curves, playful waves and small jumps characterize this trail.
- Uphill Flow Trail gives you a big grin on your face when riding uphill, no matter whether you are on a mountain bike or an E-MTB! Once you reach the top, you can take a refreshment and then tackle the Flowline downhill.
As an alternative: Try the bike trails on the Reiteralm
Another biking highlight of the Schladming-Dachstein Region: For all those who still haven't had enough despite the variety of routes on the Planai, there are an additional 15 kilometres of single trails on the Reiteralm. These are divided into two blue (easy) and two red (medium difficulty) routes.
Hike- & Bikebus Schladming-Reiteralm
NEW: Between Planet Planai and Preunegg Jet there is a bus for hikers and mountain bikers 4 times a day. This makes it easy to get from Schladming, via Rohrmoos and the Preunegg Valley to the 8-seater gondola lift to the Reiteralm and back again.
The bus travels with a bike trailer so that bikers can also switch between the biking fun in the Schladming Bikepark and the Reiteralm Trails without a car. The bus ride is included in the bike ticket and the Sommercard.
Please note the stops for loading bikes.
The bus runs from 3 July to 13 September 2020 - except Wednesday and Thursday.