Along a trail of approximately 15 kilometres with a gradient of up to 8 percent, the biking pleasure seems almost endless. The gravelled route winds from the Kaiserburg mountain station at an altitude of 2,100 metres, through woodland and pastures, down into the valley some 910 metres below. Rollers, banked turns and tight bends ensure variety along the way. In two of the four sections, there are direct links to the four Nock Lake Trails. There are plenty of overtaking possibilities, too, so beginners and experts can use the trail safely at the same time.
At mountain huts and other rest areas, riders can take in the panoramic views while enjoying a well-deserved break. Bike rental and a bike service are available at the valley station, where a practice parcours including pump track and wash area can also be found.
Prices and opening hours
Find the best ticket for your needs – whether it’s a 4-hour ticket, a one-day ticket or a multi-day ticket. Please note that the cable cars are subject to different opening hours during early and late season.
Starting this summer, the Gravity Card will also include Bad Kleinkirchheim – so you can shred at 21 bike parks the whole season long.
This project is supported by the provincial and federal governments and the European Union