Bikepark Schladming 2.0
After the expansion the opening of the Bikepark Schladming will take place in spring 2020.
Bikepark Schladming has been around for 15 years now! It took a break in 2019 in order to build a new, modern 10-passenger gondola lift as well as courses for beginners and pros. Which means, as of spring 2020 Bikepark Schladming will boast broader, more variety-packed and more challenging lines than ever before, for all you fans of two-wheeling. Rest assured, there’ll be no shortage of FLOW and AIRTIME on the new lines – there’s a lot to look forward to!
The Bikepark offer
- Bike Area (very easy) at the Märchenwiese below the mountain station offers beginners and young riders perfect possibilities to prepare for the other bikepark trails.
- Flowline (easy) starts at the top station and leads with a slight gradient, first through a beautiful blackberry heath and then through larch and spruce forests, directly to the middle station of the Planai lift.
- Downhill - Rookie (medium) - offers the entry into the downhill sport, many curves and smaller jumps characterize this trail.
- Jumpline - 99 Jumps (difficult) is the holy grail for whippers and stylers. On 3,5km there is plenty of airtime on perfectly built jumps with 3 to 8m length. If that is not enough, you can choose the proline in the end part, where the real monster jumps with up to 12m are waiting.
- Downtown Line (medium) - is covered with crushed sand and has some slight obstacles, including tables, small step-ups and step-downs.
- Singletrail Jack Lumber (very difficult) is the first Northshore trail in the Bikepark, winding around a massive rock a few meters above the ground. Only suitable for experienced bikers, since there is a real risk of falling.
- Downhill Pro (difficult) Austria’s longest downhill course on the Planai has long since achieved legendary status. The start is located at 1830 m and can be reached on the Planai gondola. From there, you will ride through natural terrain, past the reservoir down to the mid-station at 1325 m, where you will find a wash area along with necessary tools.
- Downhill Worldcup (very difficult) “Top to Bottom” – here, you will literally be riding in the tracks of Gee Atherton, Sam Hill and Lapierre Rider Sam Blenkinsop, all of whom were able to win World Cup races on the Planai. Definitely not for the weak of heart!
- Downhill Advanced (difficult) built along the former World Cup downhill course, with opportunities to detour the most difficult passages.
- Singletrail Fairy (easy) an easy course with a moderate gradient, perfect for beginners and families with children.
|Ticket prices in Euro||Adult (from 2001)||Youth (2002-2004)||Kids (2005-2014)|
|Day ticket||€ 39,00||€ 29,50||€ 19,50|
|from 11 am||€ 35,00||€ 26,50||€ 17,50|
|till 12.30 pm||€ 27,50||€ 20,50||€ 14,00|
|from 12.00 noon||€ 39,50||€ 22,00||€ 15,00|
21 Bikeparks | 6 Countries| 1 Ticket
21 bike destinations with the perfect bike park and enduro track mix have Gravity Card holders in their pockets. Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Slovenia and Italy are on the itinerary for the coming season.
Pay once and then shred as much as you want - that is the motto of the Gravity Card!
Preise Gravity Card 2020
Validity: 04.04.2020 – 08.11.2020
|Adults||Youth (2001-2003)||Kids (2004-2013)|
|€ 499||€ 375||€ 235|
Bikepark Expansion 2019
From plan to implementation – Alpreif, trailtech.at, rideable, MG Traildesign & Markus Pekoll – together with Planai-Schladming – have planned and prepared the remodeling project to the smallest detail.
Many years of experience in trail construction and bike sports, along with lots of blood, sweat and tears have been invested in the new courses that will greet you beginning in 2020. A second short video glimpse into daily construction work on the project #schladming2020! Alpreif & trailtech.at are working in high gear to get the #besttracksever ready for the coming season! Begin salivating: They’re going to have some really cool new tracks, the old ones will be kept and refined, while other new features will blow your mind! Last but not least: the new 10-passenger gondola will carry you and your bikes up to the mountain station faster than ever!
From the idea to the first test run
From the idea to the first test run, years and many hours of work went by!
Matthias Garber is the Jumpline pro and he also caused a surprise in the testrun video! Follow Cam by Markus Pekoll, who can't believe how casual the Monsterline has become!
Official Video #schladming2020
Backgrounds and insights of the new trails in Schladming.
Trailbuilder tell how they built the new lines and what they paid special attention to when building the tracks. Downhill riders tell us how they found the first test runs and what distinguishes the new trails in Schladming.