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Bike Republic Sölden

Check out our tips for the perfect day biking in Sölden. As the Bike Republic Sölden continues to expand, find out which trail is right for you by checking out our insider’s tips.

As a service expert, passionate biker, state-certified guide, and Bike Rent Station Sölden employee, Mathias Sommavilla lives for sport. To ensure that your time on the trails goes smoothly, he’ll provide you with select tips for all levels of ability. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced: Regular warm-up laps at either of Sölden’s two pump tracks (located close to the valley stations of the Gaislachkogel and Giggijoch lifts) are a must.

For Beginners

Avoid big obstacles and stick to trails that are less steep. The Eebme and Ohn lines are great for beginners.

Trail-NameLengthhighT meter
Eebme Line2,1 km
192 m
Ohn Line3,6 km
376 m

FOR THE ADVANCED

If you’re a speed demon, Mathias recommends the flowing Teäre Line. Both its length and the various possibilities to take a breather make this an ideal option. The Ollweite Line features the best panoramic views above the treeline. Our expert's assessment: "Demanding, but not challenging."

Trail-NameLENGTHHIGHT METER
Eebme Line2,1 km
192 m
Ohn Line3,6 km
376 m

FOR PROFESSIONALS

Absolutely not for beginners! The Zaahe Line is a section of the Teäre Line that boasts plateaus, drops and steep sections. Take your bike and your heart rate to the limit!

Trail-NameLENGTHELEVATION DIFFERENCE
Zaahe Line0,7 km
78 m

The Jägers Notweg natural trail in the Windachtal valley is a real challenge, though it lacks the comforts of a cable car ascent. This necessitates biking up on the quiet side of Sölden before tackling one of the most difficult natural trails in all of Sölden.
Enduro-E-Bikes are a great way to enjoy trails that don’t feature a cable car!

More information
about the trails in and around Sölden can be found here:

Bike Republic Sölden



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