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Of course, we always keep you up to date on what is planned on the 3-country Enduro Trails, whats new and what you definitely need ot know. Whether it is a new trail, new 3-country enduro bike shirts or a very special week - here you'll always be kept up to date, even if you're not on site.
In the bike summer 2021, you can expect some more news at the Resia Pass, such as the new Schöneben Flow Trail. In addition, our trail builders are working hard on the new Hofratsecktrail on the Bergkastel, which will further expand the 3-country Enduro Trails.

News at the 3-Country Enduro Trails

New Schöneben Flow Trail

The new Schöneben Flow Trail currently meanders for approx. 2.5 km from the mountain station of the Piz-Schöneben cable car towards the valley. The new trail addition in blue difficulty level leads particularly brisk and playful through the forest, whereby it was laid out gently (but nevertheless exciting and razy) arount the many stone pine trees. There are several opportunities to switch to the "Upper Schöneben Trail". This opens up new combination possibilities and a careful approach to greater challenges is possible gradually. The trail is currently being completed up to the so-called "Höllental". Beginners can ride from there on a gentle, grippy and scenic forest path towards the valley station, while the advanced and specialists will choose the rooty "Obere Schöneben Trail" in the red difficulty level.

New Hofratsecktrail Bergkastel

After the finalization of the Hoftratsecktrail the trail will lead from the mountain station of the Bergkastelbahn over almost 2km to the Hofratseck. It is a new flow trail with a blue difficulty level, which has been carefully and playfully built around adjacent Swiss stone pine trees. When you reack Hofratseck, the trail leads into the somewhat rougher Bergkastel trail (red difficulty level). From the Hofratseck, advanced bikers have the option of entering the Bergkastel trail directly or taking sections of it. You can also reach the valley station of the Bergkastel cable car via a wide forest path downhill or gently uphill to the Stieralm in about 10 minutes.