- Bike Republic Sölden: wide open terrain embedded in the unique Alpine landscape.
- Sustainable Trail Construction: Minimum impact on nature resources and local landscapes. Therefore we mostly use small excavators and hand crews.
- More than 30 mountain restaurants and Alpine huts for a nice rest stop.
- Ötztal's Dialect influences also the name of the Lines and Trails.
- The world's best Trail Designers (Hans NoWay Rey, Didi Schneider, Glen Jacobs, Chris Bernhard, Chris Kehmeier) came to Sölden by creating characteristic signature trails in the BRS.
- Currently you'll find Europe's biggest trail construction site in the BRS.
- Trails & Lines in the final construction stage: 95 km
- Trails: 30 km
- Lines: 51 km
- Transfer routes: 15 km -> gravel trails
- Current Trails (in 2017):
- Nature and Single Trails: 30 km
- Lines: 33 km
- Lines in 2016:
- Teäre Line (stubborn, headstrong, persistent)
5.2 km. 575 altitude meters. 130 turns. difficulty level Red S2
- Zaahe Line (tough, hard, rough)
Jump Line - 0.7 km. 78 altitude meters. difficulty level Black S3
- Eebme Line (without change in altitude)
2.2 km. 191 altitude meters. difficulty level Blue S1
- Ohn Line (downhill, downwards)
3.8 km. 377 altitude meters. difficulty level Blue S1
- Harbe Line (again and again)
2.2 km. 187 altitude meters. difficulty level Blue S0
- Ollweite Line (in the open terrain, out there)
6.9 km. 720 altitude meters. 130 turns. difficulty level Red S2
- Lettn Line (mud, wet, slushy)
1.3 km. 127 altitude meters. difficulty level Blue S0
- Broate Line (wide, broad)
1.6 km. 181 altitude meters. difficulty level Green
- Construction starts in 2017:
- Extension Harbe Line (Hochsölden-Grünwald) 7.7 km. difficulty level Red S2
- Stone Figures: Marking of the trail starting points.
- Pump Tracks incl. Skill Center:
- „Rolling“ at Hotel Bäckelar Wirt. close to the base station of Gaislachkogl gondola.
- Hotel Sunny. approx. 5 biking minutes from the base station of Giggijoch gondola.
- Pump Track: man-made training area ideal to improve your skills and biking techniques (perfect for beginners and children).
Main aim: gaining more speed by pumping your body into turns without pedaling!
- Trail: natural path or trail used by both mountain bikers and hikers
- Single Trail: narrow path suitable only for downhill biking one behind the other
- Line: man-made trail without any tree roots or rocks
- Jump Line: line that includes also obstacles and jumps (excellent biking technique required)
- Flow: feeling easy on the bike, similar to a roller-coaster experience