Exciting Freeride e Downhill rides, in complete safety
ATTENTION: The opening of cultural and tourist sites, access to them, to public transport and to the services described in these pages is governed by the containment measures put in place by the government authorities and the Autonomous Province of Trento to deal with the COVID-19 health emergency. The rules may vary over time and provide for the application of different security measures — from closure, to social distancing, to the mandatory use of personal protective equipment such as gloves and masks.
We therefore ask you to contact the service managers directly for updated information on how to gain access.
Bikepark Lavarone is set in the enviable location of Bertoldi, a small village on the Lavarone plateau right in the heart of Alpe Cimbra, heaven for all things sport & outdoor in south Trentino.
Purposely built for Downhill and Freeride, the park includes 4 trails, all waymarked with UNI signs and fitted with the latest features promising exhilarating rides in complete safety.
There’s a great range of manmade structures, regularly up-dated and well-maintained, to maximize the natural potential of the terrain creating the perfect environment for the most daring bikers, but also more accessible, laid-back trails for those, less experienced, who wish to take it easy.
■ Rum Runner – length 2,0 km – elevation 1400 m – vertical drop 220 m - blue
A nice & easy track that starts off on a leafy bed trail and continues along a slightly bumpier section with rocks and roots. Running down the less steep side of the mountain, the trail follows nicely a small stream. It’s perfect for riders new to the gravity discipline, also great for a warm up before hitting the more demanding trails. This track is also used for the Baby Freeride Camp.
■ Whezzyssghevenain – length 1,6 km – elevation 1400 m - vertical drop 220 m – blue
A new project that introduces two separate sections - one at the top and one mid-to-end - to the original red trail Pina Colada. The first section is fast and flowy while the second one presents more technical obstacles. Both promise a great ride.
▲Mojito – length 1,7 km – elevation 1400 m – vertical drop 220 m – red
This trail winds down the mid-section of the mountain starting on a leafy and rooty bed trail before finishing on to the ski slopes. With wooden boardwalks and more challenging sections, it is only an option for the more adventurous followers of this gravity sport.
▲Pina Colada – length 1,6 km – elevation 1400 m – vertical drop 220 m – red
A trail created for those looking to push their limits within a safe environment. With a great range of north shores and jumps, constantly evolving and maintained to high-standards, this trail is an exciting playground for thrill seekers. For a little extra competition, time yourself against the pros who competed in the final of the 2013 Gravity Cup right on this track.
Lift systems serving the bike park: 1
single fare: 4€ - reduced 3€
Half-day: 15 € - reduced 12€
Daily: 21 € - reduced 18€
2Days: 32€ -reduced 26€
3Days: 46€- reduced 36€
4Days: 55€ - reduced 46€
5Days: 64€ - reduced 55€
seasonal ticket: 210€ - reduces 140€
Free for children under 7
from 1 to 12 years old, children always need to be accompanied by an adult.
reduced price for kids from 8 till 15 years olt
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Pump Track & Skill Area:
Near the Seven Se bar, you can enjoy a state of the art pump track designed and constructed by the famous team of 4Guimp.
End of the ride pub stop:
End the day with a hard-earned beer at Seven Se, located near the start of the chairlift.
Instructors and Local Guides:
Bike Park Lavarone
Tel: +39 335 7489737
near the start of the chairlift
Tel: +39 0464 780067
Bike Wash: 1
at the start of the chairlift
150m from the bike park
In the area, there are several accommodations catering for riders. Contact the local tourist office (APT) for more information.
Local Tourist Office APT:
Ufficio di Lavarone
Fraz. Gionghi, 10738046 Lavarone (Tn) – Italia
Tel:+39 0464 724144 – Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org