A demanding trail for real experts
The Bergstadl Trail is the more challenging alternative to the Hacklberg Trail, throwing up technical subtleties again and again. After about 300 m on the legendary Hacklberg Trail, it branches off, through many bends and a picture postcard idyll, taking you right to the Bergstadl. This often very narrow, rooty, angular trail is a true challenge for experienced bikers and all those aspiring to be such. Despite a short carrying section of about 30 m, the biking fun and the terrain experience over the narrow trail with its various obstacles is unique.
This trail is very technical in some places, and is dotted with tight bends, berms, and stony and rooty sections. Flowing passages alternate with tricky sections, and the route winds into the Buchegg Trail at the Westgipfel mid station, with its totally different character: flowing and with large berms, it meanders through alpine meadows, giving you a wonderful finale to this challenging tour.
Once at the bottom station of the Westgipfel lift, it is just a stone’s throw to the Zwölferkogel (Z-Line powered by TREK) or the Reiterkogel (PRO & BLUE Line) where your next freeride trails await.