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Bike Beats - Jump Line

Mountainbiking

Bike Beats - Jump Line

Mountainbiking · Alta Badia
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Tourist Association Alta Badia
  • Bike Beats - Cör Trail
    / Bike Beats - Cör Trail
    Photo: Alta Badia/Alex Moling, Tourist Association Alta Badia
  • Bike Beats - Cör Trail
    / Bike Beats - Cör Trail
    Photo: Alta Badia/Alex Moling, Tourist Association Alta Badia
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moderate
Distance 0.7 km
0:04 h
0 m
65 m

The Jump Line, a variant of the Cör Trail, is the ideal route for experienced and demanding bikers. Riding through woods and meadows you can fill up on adrenaline while having fun on jumps of various heights and sizes. And to experience all the energy of the descent, easy drops and kickers.

Two FotoTraps, real photographic traps, will immortalize your passage.

Difficulty
moderate
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
1,948 m
Lowest point
1,880 m

Start

Coordinates:
DD
46.558810, 11.924855
DMS
46°33'31.7"N 11°55'29.5"E
UTM
32T 724182 5160294
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Turn-by-turn directions

After a first section through the green meadows of the Piz Sorega, the trail reaches woods and slopes that are ideal to pick up speed on the flat dirt surface. After the first jump, the Mao Jump, your heart will start racing and the excitement will keep increasing during the entire ride. The second jump, “Salt tl scür” meaning a leap in the dark in Ladin, will take you to the heart of the forest where you can ride alongside coniferous trees. It is followed by a narrow wallride with a 67-degree slope and other exciting jumps. All this before the grand finale, the Wallride Jump, where your bike will make a vertical jump and reach the highest point of the wall.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Getting there

*By car

  • Coming from Innsbruck: take the A13 and the A22 toll motorway and exit at Bressanone/Brixen, following the signs to Brunico/Bruneck along the Val Pusteria/Pustertal road as far as S. Lorenzo/St. Lorenzen. Follow the signs to Val Badia/Gadertal 
  • Coming from Verona - Bolzano: take the A22, exit at Bressanone/Brixen and continue as above

*By train

The nearest train stations are:

  • Brunico - 37 km
  • Bolzano (via Passo Gardena) - 72 km (via Brunico) - 100 km
  • Connection train station - Alta Badia by the local bus SAD: www.sii.bz.it

*By air

  • Innsbruck - 130 km
  • Munich - 330 km
  • Venice Treviso / Venice Marco Polo - 180 km / 200 km
  • Verona - 213 km
  • Milan Bergamo / Milan Malpensa - 310 km / 400 km
  • Information airport transfer: www.altoadigebus.com - www.cortinaexpress.it

Coordinates

DD
46.558810, 11.924855
DMS
46°33'31.7"N 11°55'29.5"E
UTM
32T 724182 5160294
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
0.7 km
Duration
0:04 h
Ascent
0 m
Descent
65 m
Singletrail/Free ride

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