Cross the Alps on your bike
For lovers of mountain biking, Plose is certainly not a secret. Here, you can find trails of all difficulty, long flat paths and steep, winding downhill trails.
Recently, some expert guides from South Tyrol founded the Plose Bike association and are ready to reveal hidden itineraries, to make your holiday even more exciting.
Info on Plose Bike can be found here.
Monte San Leonardo – Cross Country – Difficulty S0-S2 – Start 09.30 /10.00
Giro dei paesi & esercizi di tecnica – Cross Country – Difficulty S0-S2 – Start 09:30
Plose Bike Home Trail – Enduro – Difficulty S0-S3 – Start 09:30/10:00
Tour al Monte Ponente – Cross Country – Difficulty S0-S2 – Start 09:30
Giro intorno alla Plose – Cross Country – Difficulty S0-S3 – Start 09:30/10:00
Sunrise Tour, start time varies – E-Bike – Difficulty S0-S1 – Start 03:00/03:30
Meeting point: Tourist information Bressanone or valley station Plose
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NEW – Brixen Bikepark
There are four freeride-lines for mountain bikers in Brixen Bikepark, from very easy to challenging. The easiest Jerry Line is never too rough and never to tight: It is simply ideal for beginners and kids. Thanks to a few jumps and some nice back and forth action, the Hammer Line guarantees airtime and variety. The Sky Line has the longest tradition in Brixen Bikepark. It is the oldest and also the longest line in the park. It is well and truly fast, due to its length demanding in terms of fitness, and it requires good control and the ability to ride safely. The Tom “Pro” Line is hand built from top to bottom and a dream for fans of challenging lines. The line challenges advanced riders with some features, jumps and steeper passages. The Brixen Bikepark can be reached with the Plose gondola lift and the Palmschoß chair lift, where bikes are welcome. The Bikepark is open from 16th June to 14th Oktober 2018. Additional information: www.brixen.org/bike