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Bike Park

Bike Park Serfaus-Fiss-LadisThe Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis Bike Park opened in August 2014 with various riding routes. From the first tentative downhill attempts to the giddy adrenalin rush: the Bikepark Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis offers just the right

trail for all age groups and all levels of ability.


The green trails for beginners. Basic mountainbike riding technique required such as balance and braking skills. In general little or no trail experience required.


The blue trails are for anyone who wants to experience the adrenaline rush of a downhill park. Ideal for Novice riders and families with mountain bike experience, the “easy trails” marked in blue promise a fun downhill run.


The red trails are more challenging and demand a lot from experienced bikers. Red routes are perfect for the advanced riders. Jazzed up with wider jumps and steeper berms, they promise pure freeride joy but they are more challenging.


The black trails are reserved for experienced downhillers only. From a jump over a hay loft to jumps over other trails – you will find everything here. Thick roots, jumps, rock gardens, drops and natural as well as manmade obstacles await in often steep terrain. The black trails bring action and excitement for experienced riders.


The Waldbahn cable car is a quick and easy way to get both bikes and riders to the start of the trails. Right by the valley station Waldbahn you will find washing stations, a professional bike shop with equipment hire, a Kids Park, Pump Track, Training Area, Dirt Line, Slopestyle and a Chill Area with a snack kisok. So plenty of opportunities to become familiar with the sports equipment.


You can book the following at the bike shop at the Waldbahn valley station: bike equipment, from a downhill bike to protective gear including helmet, and a bike guide, who knows all the trails like the back of his hand and can teach you everything you need to know about downhilling.


For more information about the Bike Park, see the official website.