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Level: Intermediate
Length: 3 mi (4.8 km)
Surface: Other
Configuration: Other
Elevation: +196/193 ft
Total: 8 riders
 

Mountain Biking Technikparcours

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#111 of 150 mountain bike trails in Germany
#9742 in the world

This trail is a confidence course! Fun yet very challenging at parts. There are 15 different obstacles that you can try. You will start by that green fence go down the small road til you see a sign that says Sportsplatz and underneath that sign you will see Technikparcours which is a red sign with yellow writing, take that right which will be about .2 miles from the fence. You will then turn right at the fork towards the sportsplatz, you will be in a small parking lot. Before you get to the building, you will see an opening in the fence, the sign that says Technikparcours will be at the opening. To start the course, take an immediate left. You will see the (1) Balance, after you clear the blance beam, go up hill and to the left...follow the red signs with yellow arrows. You will hit another balance beam then you come to (2) Balken, cross that cross beam, go to (3) Baumscheiben, I weaved through these on my way to (4) Korridor, gets a little bit tight, then you cut hard left into a nice technical (5) Downhill. Oh, then you come to the tough (6) Uphill. Then you go to the (7) Steintable, which is like a rock garden. Go to station (8) Hurde 1, (9) Hurde 2, and (10) Hurde 3, which are some log hurdles, with each one getting bigger and tougher. After the hurdles, you have to turn back around, go back over them until you get to the trail again, then go downhill until you see the red sign with yellow arrows, which will bring you to a very tricky obstacle, (11) Kurvenbalken, which is 3 logs on the trail while taking a corner...very tough. Make your way to (12) Uberfahrt the trail splits, to the left is (13) Biblonie which is a bumpy balance beam or go right to (14) Schanze, where there are 2 ramps next to each other, be careful not to hit the fence. Then finally you rcome to (15) Treppe which is a set of steep stairs. After you complete, go again, go back home or hit the Schoppe Trail #3. Good times.

First added by RowdyREBEL on Apr 28, 2020. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Start at Vogelweh main gate in Kaiserslautern, turn right towards Hohenecken, go 9.1 Kilometers, turn left into the town of Schopp. Follow the road for .7 kilometers, then turn a hard left by a guard rail that is painted with big red and white stripes. Go up the hill about .4 kilometers and there will be parking spots on the left hand side of the road, so you will have to turn your vehicle around in the gravel lot across the street to park in the spots. You will be parking next to a fence with green mesh backing.
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Leaf-covered (on Apr 7, 2017)
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  • Mid22
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    The obstacles are closed, but the hills around it are not to bad just a lot of leaves

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  • C-Lo   ✓ supporter
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    I had a pretty good time riding around this trail. There is an intermediate/expert downhill section on this trail. There was way too much snow and ice for me to ride the drop offs and walls so I just rode the trail that connected them. I posted some pictures of this section. Hopefully they with do some maintenance on this section before the spring hits because some of the equipment looked like it was about to blow away in the wind. I had a good time playing in the snow. The technical section had ice and snow everywhere so I didn't try it. Soon as the snow melts I will be back to ride the rest of the trail. The entire trail system is mostly double track. There are some nice climbs that are double track and downhill sections that are single track. The mountain bike downhill section is really short but put a smile on my face (even in the snow).

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