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From the Kaiserburgbahn mountain station to Unterwirt Hüttn.
There are currently 3 sections of the trail with a length of almost 11.3 kilometres available.

Section 4 – from Unterwirt Hüttn to the Kaiserburg valley station – is still under construction. Depending on construction progress, this section will be gradually opened for use by the mid-September. Until the completion of section 4, it will be possible to continue downhill from Unterwirt Hüttn on the forest road, which also serves as an approved mountain bike route (Route 09, 11).

On the way down into the valley, bikers can enjoy approx. 970 metres of altitude difference and a gradient of around 8 percent as well as rolling, feeder roads, small slopes and some curves on the gravel path. Along the path there are many places to rest and relax, ideal for taking a breath. There are plenty of overtaking possibilities so that beginners and professionals can use the trail safely at the same time.

This project is supported by the provincial and federal governments and the European Union

his project is supported by the provincial and federal governments and the European Union


Facts & Figures_Flow Country Trail


Bike Parcours

At the beginning of September, the 1000 m² Bike Course opened at the valley station of the Kaiserburgbahn. This consists of two sections and provides the ideal preparation for the Flow Country Trail.

“Training Courses” | for children & beginners
One-metre wide, gravelled circuit with a total length of approx. 120 m. On the course, which features several mobile wooden elements and permanently mounted obstacles, cyclists of all age groups can learn the art of balance and improve their biking agility. The elements are no higher than 40 cm in order to prevent heavy falls. The circuit is even suitable for young children (on a bicycle or scooter)

Pumptrack | for beginners and advanced riders
A pump track is a specially designed mountain bike course. The objective here is to build up speed, without pedalling, using up and down body movements on the bike. The bike trail is about one metre wide and features rollers as well as other elements, such as banked turns and jumps, and can be ridden in both directions. It is suitable for both children and beginners.