The MTB ZONE Bikepark Willingen is a popular destination for mountain biking enthusiasts.
It offers eight routes with a total length of 15 km.
The trails range from the Flow Country Trail to the Downhill World Cup, catering to a wide audience.
The park guarantees great riding fun on its seven tracks.
Downhill, Freeride, Flow Country Trail, Flow Trail, Four Cross, Enduro Trail, practice course and Pump Track/Pump Trail.
The Ettelsberg cable car and the 8-seater chairlift K1 ensure comfortable and quick transport to the top.
The park is open from 09:00 to 17:00 from Monday to Sunday.
Season off end of Oct.
Bikepark Willingen lift price
The lift is the type that hooks the front wheel of the bicycle, and you put it on the moving lift yourself.
Staff will help those who are children or women and do not have much strength.
For adults (16 years and older):
- Morning (9:00-13:00): €29.50
- Day starting at 9:00: €39.50
- Day starting at 11:00: €36.00
- Day starting at 13:00: €32.00
- After Work Ticket from 15:00: €26.00
- 2 days: €70.00
- 2.5 days: €83.00
- 3 days: €97.00
- 4 days: €118.00
- 5 days: €135.00
- 10 lift rides: €52.00
- Season ticket: €410.00
For kids (6-15 years):
- Morning (9:00-13:00): €19.50
- Day starting at 9:00: €27.00
- Day starting at 11:00: €24.00
- Day starting at 13:00: €21.00
- After Work Ticket from 15:00: €18.00
- 2 days: €46.00
- 2.5 days: €56.00
- 3 days: €63.00
- 4 days: €77.00
- 5 days: €89.00
- 10 lift rides: €40.00
- Season ticket: €240.00
- 1 day:
- 1 adult / 1 child: €58.50
- 1 adult / 2 children: €82.50
- 2 adults / 1 child: €93.00
- 2 adults / 2 children: €117.00
- Each additional child: €24.00
Trails in Bikepark Willinghen
Trails at MTB ZONE Bikepark Willingen:
- Flow Country Trail: This trail is designed to be ridden smoothly, almost as if by itself. The special track construction and combination of waves and curves give you a typical flowing, euphoric feeling like on a roller coaster ride. Large curves enable fast driving. Small jumps are integrated into the route, but they can be rolled over. The trail is 2900 meters long and is classified as easy.
- Flow Trail: This trail offers a roller coaster-like experience with its special track construction and combination of waves and curves. You can glide with momentum and without pedaling over small waves. The trail is 2900 meters long and is classified as easy.
- Freeride Trail: This trail offers a flowy ride and has bigger jumps than the Flow Trails, making it more challenging to ride. It features berms, tables, and other elements that form its typical character. All jumps can be rolled over. The trail is 1590 meters long and is classified as medium in difficulty.
- Jump Line: Known as “Jump or Leave”, this black-rated trail is challenging with wide gaps, a steep wall-ride, a Boner Log (narrow, steep launch ramp), and demanding tables.
- Pump Track: The pump track is located above the ice rink. By pulling and pushing, mountain bikers glide with momentum and without pedaling over small waves. Berms complete the flow.
- Pump Trail: This trail runs from the middle of the freeride route to above the valley station of the Ettelsberg cable car.
- Enduro Trail: This natural route is the final stage of the German Enduro Championship. It leads down next to the flow trails on the left side of the Ettelsberg. Soft forest soil, roots, stones, and hairpin bends are the typical elements of trails of this type.
- Übungsparcours (Practice Course): This course has everything you need to prepare for the trails in the park. You can practice your riding technique on Double Jump, Camel Jump, Table Jump, Drop Off, Step Double Jump, Dirt Jump, Horse Shoe Kreisel (carousel), wooden bridge, and steep curves.
My favorite is the Freeride, and I ride this course many times when I come here.
I especially like the drops and North Shore that were recently added.
2023 is soon close, but I plan to come here in 2024 as well.
I’m looking forward to it because they prepare new courses and gimmicks every year！