Riding the Hacklberg Trail in Austria | MTB Destinations E4


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Beautiful mountains, green alpine meadows, cowbells and lederhosen – Saalbach is as traditionally Austrian as it’s possible to get. It’s also the closest thing to mountain biking heaven you’re going to find. Situated within easy reach of Salzburg, it’s surrounded by the Pinzgau Grass Mountains and the Kitzbühel Alps. Think fast-flowing descents and technical trails followed by apple strudel on sun-soaked terraces. Oh, and the gondolas are free if you stay locally.

This natural panorama trail in beautiful mountain scenery will help you understand why the Hacklberg Trail is considered one of the best flow trails of the world. But you have to earn your ride first, pedaling and pushing for around 20-30 minutes from Schatterg mountain to the Westgipfel summit up a steep gravel road to the start of the trail. Nevertheless, the unforgettable long descent is definitely worth it. Recently it was voted one of the top ten single trails of the world.

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