Bike Park Semmering

Obstacles? Yes, please. The Bikepark Semmering challenges downhill and park fans.

The Bikepark Semmering offers outdoor action over 12 kilometres and 350 metres of altitude. Three levels of difficulty, numerous single trails and obstacles such as step-ups, drops and wallrides await adreniline-seeking riders. The 8-seater cable car takes you to the start.

With its fast single trails and amazing drops, the Bike Park Semmering is especially popular with freeriders. But park fans can also let off steam in the slopestyle park with obstacles like wallrides, step-ups and dirt jumps. Really good riders can choose the downhill course: the natural course with root and stone passages and road gap has already been the venue of the downhill national championships.

More variety

Since July 2016, there has been another variant with the “Fast & Tricky” route up to the Freeride Bridge. On the 1,300-metre-long, selective trail, riders master long straights and steep turns, as well as 20 jumps and obstacles.

Really kick up the dust

First time in the park? With a guide, you can approach routes or get tips on key points. Downhill and free-ride bikes, as well as protective equipment, are available for hire at the shop at the valley station.