390 metres vertical descent over 2.8 kilometres
The unspoilt single trail with a medium level of difficulty begins at the Rossalmhütte cottage at 1,900 m altitude below the Kaiserburg mountain station and ends at the Feldpannalm. Connected to the T20 Trail it leads along the entire course of the Feldpann stream.
805 metres vertical descent over 2.7 kilometres
A very demanding single trail, with some very steep sections. Alternately loose, stony ground, and root passages.
480 metres vertical descent over 3.1 kilometres
An appealing trail along the Feldpann stream through varied vegetation. Ground conditions: upper section is a cart track with loose, stony ground. The lower section of the trail leads over meadows and forest floors, some passages alternate gravel with wet ground.
The Weissensee holiday region has become even more attractive to mountain bikers with this new trail. The 3.2 kilometres cover mostly natural and hardly any man-made sections – no exposed passages but lots of steep curves and numerous tablets. This technically demanding trail starts at the Naggleralm and can be comfortably reached by cable car. On the way down there are unobstructed breath-taking views over the lake all the way.
areaone MTB training area: for mountain bikers and all those who aspire to be. Beginners and professionals are all welcome – there are three different levels of difficulty to choose from. These range from an easy trail for warming up to a difficult balance area and a jump over a five metre long gap. Fun and challenges are absolutely guaranteed for all levels of ability. The six different practice trails have a length of between 100 and 400 metres, and in addition there is a practise area for your riding technique. Use of the area is free of charge, and anyone who is interested can book a guided technique course.
The Kopein Trail on Lake Faaker See is a hotspot for experienced and adventure-seeking bikers. The 1.8 kilometre long trail is very varied – in the first two sections the tour leads over an idyllic single trail straight through the forest, the third section will give you a shot of adrenaline with jumps, waves and steep bends. A successful conclusion to this tour needs a short trip to one of the nearby culinary establishments and maybe also – depending on the season – a refreshing dip in the waters of Lake Faaker See.
A very attractive trail from the mountain to the lake with beautiful panoramic views. The starting point is directly at the Feldpannalm at 1,500 m altitude and leads to the toll gate (1,000 m altitude). The trail leads mostly through forest, is technically demanding, full of tree roots and some stony passages. A straight, uncompromising narrow path. Facts: 2.8 km, 500 m vertical descent (to the valley 5.8 km in total, 750 m vertical descent) Level of difficulty: red/black (S 2)
The Samonigg Trail is located at the foot of the Karawanken mountains, not far from the famous Altfinkenstein Castle. The access point of the trail offers wonderful views of the Carinthian lake district and especially Lake Faaker See. After a technically rather demanding start, there is a 3 km long trail with a flow character. The end of the trail is in Latschach at Lake Faaker See.
“Petzen Thriller” – Completed in 2017 on the Petzen mountain and not to be compared with the Flow Country Trail: The Thriller! It is more suited to the requirements of real downhill pros and is technically much more demanding.
Single Trails are the cherry on the cake – at least for all mountain bike insiders. The 4 cable cars and chairlifts operating in summer on Nassfeld and at Lake Weissensee assist in getting bikes uphill. Nassfeld has plenty of biking options, especially with the cross-border character of many Single Trails. From the relatively simple “Easy Way” to the more demanding “Chri” or “Yannick Trail” – there is something for all levels of ability here.
As of 2020, the Turracher Höhe has completely new MTB Flow Trails to offer. The 7 km long and unadulterated Kornock Flow Trail (difficulty level blue, 400 m altitude difference) winds across waves, rollable doubles, banked curves and wooden bridges to the valley station of the Kornockbahn cable car, and ensures the most biking fun with wonderful views of the surrounding Nockberge mountains and Lake Turracher See. Bike novices of every age can experience their first trails accompanied by bike guides on special training trails directly at the valley station, and then on the Üwi trail at the Übungswiesen lift (difficulty level green/blue, 600 m and 85 m altitude difference) to prepare themselves for the Kornock Flow Trail. E-bike and tour fans can enjoy various tour routes along signposted forest paths and alpine meadows all the way to St. Lorenzen.