Operating times & code of conduct

Rules of Conduct
Open Trails

Operating Hours


Any use of the bike trails outside the operating hours is prohibited.

Click HERE for detailed operating times of Bergbahnen Sölden.

Opened/closed Lines

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Status   Name Length    

Broate Line

Hiking Area

1.6 km

Lettn Line

Hiking Area

1.5 km

Eebme Line

Hiking Area

2.1 km

Ohn Line

Hiking Area

3.6 km

Harbe Line

Hiking Area

2.2 km

Gahe Line

Hiking Area

7.6 km

Teäre Line

Hiking Area

5.2 km

Ollweite Line

Hiking Area

7 km

Zaahe Line

Hiking Area

0.7 km

Rules of Conduct

Terms of Use

The use of the Bike-Park bears certain risks which can be limited by using common sense and by following some basic rules.

  1. Operating Hours
    Mid-June to Late-September, from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm.
    Any use of the bike trails outside the operating hours is prohibited.
  2. Protective Gear and Bikes
    Every biker has to wear a proper protective gear, suitable for the chosen type of trail, that in any case, includes a helmet. Additional protective gear is recommended. E.g. Neck Support, back protector, elbow and leg protectors as well as gloves Also, it is mandatory to use a properly maintained bike suitable for the track conditions, e.g. enduro, freeride or downhill bike.
  3. Trails
    You may only use the marked trails. Any riding on tracks not marked as bike trails is prohibited! If a trail is closed, an absolute riding ban applies! Leave no tracks and remind back wheel skidding damages the trail. Don’t cut turns or do shortcuts.
  4. Using the Bike-Park
    Before using the facility, you should understand the risks associated with it and do a check run. For children under the age of 8, the use of any trails (except Pumptrack) is prohibited. Children under the age of 12 may only use the BIKE REPUBLIC SÖLDEN if accompanied by an authorized supervisor. The instructions of staff members must be followed, closed trails must be heeded. The terms of transportation of Bergbahnen Sölden are to be followed. Any violation of the terms of use can lead to a withdrawal of the lift ticket. Be alert at all time to the hazards of mountain environment.
  5. Consideration of others
    Every biker must act in such manner that he/she doesn’t endanger or harm other people. Condiseration for walkers and livestock, always close gates.
  6. Controlled Speed and Riding
    Every rider must keep the path in clear line of sight, on singletrails and narrow or not fully visible parts pay more attention! Adjust your speed and riding style accordingly to the terrain and weather conditions, as well as to the traffic density on the trails. The trails lead through technically challenging terrain, which requires perfect control over the bike and technical riding skills.
  7. Line Choice
    The biker approaching from behind has to choose a line which doesn’t put bikers in front of him/her in danger.
  8. Overtaking
    You may overtake from above, on the right side or on the left side, but only if you keep enough distance between yourself and the rider being overtaken for him to have enough room for any movements.
  9. Stopping, Walking, Hiking
    It is prohibited to all bikers to reside at a narrow passage or spots with poor visibility without need. A biker who fell has to clear the place of the accident as quickly as possible. Walking and hiking and especially hiking or riding up the bike trails is prohibited.
  10. Taking Photographs and Filming
    For safety reasons, taking photos and filming is prohibited on the bike trails. Only by expressive agreement by the Alpreif Ltd company and by agreeing to specific safety regulations, you can obtain permission to take photographs and to film.
  11. Road Traffic Regulations (StVO) must be obeyed
    When using public roads, make sure that the bikes meet the requirements of the StVO road traffic regulations according to Austrian law. If your bike does not meet the requirements of the StVO road traffic regulations, you must get off your bike and push it to cross a public street.
  12. Read the Signs
    Every rider must read the markings, signs and signals. Particular attention must be paid at crossings (STOP by all means!).
  13. Provide Assistance
    In case of an accident is obliged to provide assistance; we recommend that you always carry a mobile phone with you. Emergency Number 140 or 112
  14. Identity Requirements
    In case of an accident, every person, whether witness or person involved, responsible or not, must stay at the place and be able to identify themselves.
  15. Environment
    Take care of your environment! Any garbage must be disposed at the respective provided places. Repairing bikes while on the trails is prohibited. The use of cold cleaners or non-biodegradable cleaning products is strictly prohibited.
  16. Liability
    Using the facility is exclusively at your own risk. No liability is accepted for any accidents, all users are liable for themselves.

The facility operators are excluded from any liability.

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