daily, in good weather on the Nordkette
Nordketten Singletrail – the hardest way down. In summer, the slopes of the Nordkette become the hottest hotspot of the freeride scene and entice you with the most challenging stunts.
Where carvers make their tracks through steep terrain in winter, it’s high season for bikers in summer. The slopes of the Nordkette become the hottest hotspot of the freeride scene and entice with the most demanding stunts in Europe.
Some time ago the legendary trail celebrated its comeback and since then there is only one goal for the forefather and trail designer Christian “Picco” Piccolruaz and his team ‘Trail Solutions’: to make the Nordkette single trail the hottest hotspot of the European freeride scene again. The omens for this are good, because the mixture of urban flair and mountain bike adventure make the sport a unique experience.
The way up is still quite easy: from the Kongresshaus, the Nordkettenbahnen take you to high alpine terrain in just 20 minutes. On this occasion you can get a foretaste of the trail from a bird’s eye view. Once you arrive at the Seegrube, 4.2 technically challenging kilometres and 1,030 metres in altitude are waiting to be conquered by the freeriders. Steep curves, rock jumps and root passages with skilfully integrated northshores and drops stand in contrast and offer a technically varied freeride feeling and quite a challenge.
Dirt bikes can be rented at the Seegrubenstation! More information at: www.nordkette.com