The Bikepark Brandnertal in Bürserberg, the largest of its kind in Vorarlberg, features 11.8 kilometres of downhill and freeride tracks for beginners and experts.
Easy to medium level tracks guarantee downhill fun for both beginners and the advanced. Routes feature challenging obstacles such as numerous steep curves, jumps, wooden elements, etc. In addition, there is also a competition calibre downhill track (difficulty level high) designed especially for experienced bikers and professionals. It features high jumps, demanding passages with countless tree roots, sections of difficult to negotiate terrain, and also steep gradients. Available equipment also includes practice areas and drop zones as well as oversized air cushions for learning new tricks (in suitable weather conditions). There is even a fun sports track for downhill mountain cart and monster scooter rides!
But that’s not all: trial courses, beginners and advanced courses, enduro tours throughout the region, and mountain bike camps are organised and carried out by trained guides at the Gravity Academy Bike School. Bikes and accessories can be hired locally.
Bikepark Brandnertal (German only)
Bike-Parcour Au-Schoppernau: Learn or relearn the basics of challenging downhill biking on well-tended trails (1.2 km) geared towards beginners, those out of practice, and even experienced bikers looking to improve. For fun and thrills, head over to the pump track, practice area, North Shore Elements, curved sections and much more.
This is the ideal place to improve your technique!
Bike-Parcour Au-Schoppernau (German only)
In the Bregenzerwald, the Bregenzerwald bike school offers 12 different full-day and half-day tours a week, riding technique courses, bike camps, racing bike tours, e-bike tours and cycling programmes for adults and children. Enrolment is open to individuals and groups.
Bike School – “Die Bikeschule” (German only)
The Burgwald Trail in Lech am Arlberg is Vorarlberg’s first official freeride and enduro trail. Legs of intermediate and high difficulty, which deviate from the easy original route, cater to ambitious riders. Bike wash facilities at the end of the trail make for extra convenience. Freeride and enduro bikes can be rented upon prior arrangement at the Sportalp Strolz and Intersport sports dealers in Lech.
Burgwald Trail in Lech am Arlberg
The Single Trail on Muttersberg above the town of Bludenz is a great mountain bike experience. With more than 700 vertical meters covering almost 5 km its an almost endless gravity experience. The trail starts at the cable car mountain station at 1,401 m and was created as a multi-trail, where each section has its own character. It can be used from early May to early November.