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Principles

  1. Please remember that the use of our Bike Park Trails is at your own risk.

  2. Make sure you use the right equipment! Cycling helmets are mandatory. Protective clothing is advisable –

    especially for inexperienced riders. Before you set off, make sure you check your bike and that everything

    is functioning properly.

  3. Ride at a sensible speed which allows you to stop swiftly and within your field of vision. If you encounter

    unexpected or dangerous obstacles, please notify the lift/cable car staff immediately.

  4. Do not stop on the trail. If you have to stop, make sure you immediately move to the side of the trail, in a way that other riders can overtake you safely.

  5. Always observe the signs and keep on the marked trail. Ignoring prohibition signs and riding on hiking trails is punishable by a considerable fine.

  6. The MTB trail is closed to hikers, but if you do encounter a person on foot on the trail, slow down and overtake them with great care.

  7. There are several points where the trail crosses hiking paths and roads: Watch out for hikers and vehicles!

    To avoid accidents at such crossings, ride slowly, observe the signs at all times and always give hikers

    and vehicles the right of way.

  8. Be respectful with nature: Do not leave any rubbish behind. Stay on your marked route and do not leave the trail.­

  9. Note the emergency number: 118.

WARNING:  Some sections overlap with forest roads also used by authorized vehicles and hikers. Use extremely caution on these traits.