If you like long, fast, flow trails, you must visit Klínovec in the Czech Republic. I was especially delighted with the eight-kilometer Rubin trail. However, there are also plenty of attractions for lovers of natural trails.
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Cycling has many varieties. On this website you will find bicycle routes recommended by me in different European countries, intended for various types of bicycles: trekking, cross, gravel, MTB. You will read about bike parks in Poland, the Czech Republic and the Alps and learn what singletracks are and where you can find such bike trails.
TrailPark Plešivec is a Czech bike park located near the German border, where riders who like steep, natural trails will have the best fun. However, enthusiasts of easy flow trails and rock gardens will also find something for themselves there.
This year, Bystrzyca Górna has become a new, although small, but interesting biking area. Three singletracks were built there, a skill park was developed in nearby Lubachów, and local riders created natural enduro trails.
I visited La Plagne Bike Park during my August trip to the bike park in the 3 Valleys. On the last day, bored with the trails in Les 3 Vallees, we went to see another place and it was a very good choice. The trails in La Plagne have a different character and were more fun for me than in 3 Vallees.
Singletrack Glacensis is a system of bicycle routes in the Kłodzko region. Almost 30 loops of various lengths and difficulties give a total of approximately 230 km of trails dedicated to bikers. Read about my favorite routes and find out if it’s something for you.
Dozens of routes to be explored. A huge area of three Alpine valleys and everything on one cheap pass. It sounded great! Unfortunately, that’s just what it sounded like…
In mid-May this year I had the pleasure of having a great bike trip. In 3 days we traveled 320 km riding from Görlitz (Zgorzelec) to Zielona Góra, but not along the popular Odra-Nysa trail along the border, but going deeper into Germany. The route turned out beautiful.
Bike Park Kopřivná is a spot located near the border with Poland, where there are 5 trails of varying difficulty and character. Well worth a visit if you like a varied ride.
Family Bike Park Zieleniec is known as a place for beginners, boring for advanced. Indeed, most of the trails are for people with low skills, but it seems to me that you need to have high skills to take full advantage of these trails. Especially the new Crazy Dad.
Saalbach, Hinterglemm, Leogang and Fieberbrunn are towns between Salzburg and Innsbruck, promoted as the Austria’s largest bike region. I spent a week there in July this year and there is indeed a lot to do there, although under the slogan “largest in Austria”, I expected it to be even bigger.