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Welcome to Bikeland

The coziest cycling destination in the Nordics! Whether you prefer muscle-powered, lift-assisted, or electric-assisted biking, Idre Fjäll offers a versatile and exciting cycling experience. Explore our extensive range, from pump tracks and training areas to easier downhill trails and a vast network of cross-country trails in untouched mountain nature. Experience the ultimate joy of cycling and let your vacation at Idre Fjäll be the highlight of the summer.

Current trail status

Cross Country

Enjoy fantastic mountain biking at Idre Fjäll among mountain peaks and beautiful views in summer and autumn. Here you get to experience cycling with an extra dimension. We are constantly working to improve our trails to give you the best possible experience.

1 or 10,000 hours in the saddle? We have cycling for all levels. Additionally, there are bike courses with experienced instructors to book if you want to develop your skills and become even better.

Our bike trails

Our Green Trails

Akka

Akka is a lovely flow trail for the whole family, with a total of 5 picturesque resting areas with benches for those who want to take in the views. Perfect for beginners and pleasure seekers! Do you recognize the name? Akka is named after the famous goose in "The Wonderful Adventures of Nils" who passed over Städjan.

Askes Pajplajn

Askes Pajplajn is a green, child-friendly loop with playful and undulating features located next to the playground. Perfect for the youngest cyclists and adults who want to keep an eye on their children while enjoying a snack. Approximately 200 meters long.

Blue Trails

For Everyone

"For Everyone" speak for itself. This is a trail that everyone can handle, whether big or small, from beginners who have mastered the brakes to advanced cyclists striving to take the top spot on the Strava segment. "For Everyone" is a very flowing trail that winds through the forest, downhill and back and forth, while offering exhilarating rollers and small rock drops that are also great for simply rolling over. It's not uncommon to hear shouts of "Woho!" from cyclists making their way down this trail.

Askeleden

Here, it's very important to keep an eye on the brakes and maintain good control of the bike. Askeleden is incredibly fun and flowing, but what sets it apart from our other downhill trails is the number of velodrome berms. Here, you can throw your bike from side to side, we promise that you'll be tired when you reach the bottom. Keep an eye out for Aske and his friends! At the bottom of Askeleden, the Väst 6:an starts, here you can take your bike and ride back up to the top for another exiting run!

Jippi

Jippi,  a fun continuation after riding Alla Kan. Just cross the gravel road and keep flying over rollers, rock gardens, smaller drops, velodrome berms, and hand-built trails. Or go a bit slower, enjoy the nature and stop at the rest area for some energy refill—Jippi gives you what you want. You can also ride Fjället Runt and simply turn onto this trail as well.

Ner ska du – Blå

Flow-fest deluxe with unbeatable views! "Ner ska du" offers fantastic velodrome berms, rollers, bridges, short rock sections, and an adrenaline rush that will leave you wanting more! The trail is suitable for both adults and children. It's importans that you have good control over your brakes and bike.

Difficulty level: Intermediate to advanced riders.

Norrskogen

Norrskogen proves that cycling uphill can be so much more then tough and boring. Here, you ride on a winding trail uphill, back and forth, and suddenly you've gained several meters in elevation without even noticing. The reward is a short stretch of flowing trail downhill before it levels out again, offering instead a winding path that follows the natural terrain of the forest. Did you run out of energy? Take a break at our rest area while enjoying the fantastic view towards Städjan.

Ostkroken

Ostkroken is our newest addition to Fjället runt.

It starts at Ost 6 and runs from Alla Kan to Norrskogen. This is a lovely trail that winds through the forest in Ost. Here you'll find bridges and longer sections of boardwalk. The trail passes by a beautiful spring, so take the opportunity to stop and enjoy for a while. Ostkroken also offers a stunning view of Städjan. A varied trail suitable for both easygoing riders and those who enjoy speed.

Approximately 2 km in length.

Pappas nya

Pappas Nya is an exciting and diverse bike trail that starts from Askeleden at Aske's barbecue area. Here you'll encounter big turns, boardwalks, and impressively high berms. This trail suits both advanced cyclists and those looking for new challenges.

With a mix of technical and varied sections, Pappas Nya is a perfect trail to test and develop your skills. Take on the big, high berms and be impressed by the versatility that this bike trail has to offer.

Slättvåla runt

Slättvåla runt is a machine-built flow trail of over 6 km, designed by former professional cyclist Andreas Danielsson. The trail winds its way through a beautiful area of untouched pine forest, perfect for those who enjoy experiencing nature from the saddle of a bike.

There are some well-chosen rest areas for those who want to take a break, and of course, we've spiced up the trail with some fun features for those seeking extra enjoyment. The trail is graded blue and is a possible extension of Fjället runt.

Skaschptrollens stig

Skaschptrôllens stig is a fun and flowy trail for everyone regardless of whether you are a beginner or advanced. When you reach the end of the trail you can either visit Vildmarksnästet or The Stadium, you can also take Killivippen back to Skills Area where you first started.

Straight Rhythm - Blå

To grade the Straight Rhythm track as blue, you should be able to get through the entire track (while standing). The goal is to navigate the track without braking and keeping both wheels on the ground.

This is a safe exercise that teaches you how to use your arms and legs for control and balance.

Toppleden

Toppleden is a real challange that will guide you to the top of the mountain. It's a trail that really puts your skills to the test and rewards you with an impressive view once you reach the top.

Upp ska du

Looking for exercise and an extra boost of adrenaline? This is the trail for you!

Or do you feel like taking it easy and enjoying the climb instead? Don't worry, Upp Ska Du have it all! The trail winds up through the forest, crosses ski slopes, and gains elevation quickly. Between the turns, there are also small balance challenges that you can tackle or choose to ignore before you're soon at the top.

Voest

"Voest" is a scenic cycling trail that stretches from west to east, offering a varied and entertaining experience.

Voest provides fantastic views. Here, you can enjoy a picturesque journey through the landscape while challenging your cycling skills. The trail's larger berms require a bit more experience, an opportunity to develop and take on new challenges.

Red Trails

Ner ska du – Red

If "Ner ska du – Blue" is a flow festival, this is a real disco! Fantastic velodrome curves and smooth trails, mixed with technical surprises, rock drops, rowdy sections, and a solid adrenaline rush! This trail is suitable for the intermediate cyclist who has good control over the bike, is confident with the brakes, and wants to challenge themselves. It's also perfect for the advanced cyclist seeking a challenge and an adrenaline rush, and who's ready to jump whenever the trail allows.

Straight Rhythm - Red

To make the Straight Rhythm track red, you must master the technique of wheeling between two bumps. Furthermore, on the red track, there are various jump techniques, including step-up, step-down, double jumps, triple jumps, plateau jumps, and two challenging "dragons-back" sections that demand a high degree of skill and precision. To conquer all the jumps along the entire track, higher speeds are required, generated when you land correctly. Jumping requires skill and caution, preferably under the supervision of an instructor.

The track has been developed with contributions from the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth.

Surely you won't forget your trail pass, will you?

To access all of our cycling trails, you will need to purchase a trail pass. If you also want to use the lifts, you will need a combined lift and trail pass. Idre Fjäll is a foundation, and we reinvest all the revenue into our operations. Every year, we make significant investments in maintaining the cycling trails and developing even more amazing cycling experiences for you. Together, we create a sustainable cycling experience in a fantastic mountain environment!

With a trail pass, you will receive:

  • Access to all cycling trails at Idre Fjäll
  • Use of our Skills Area
  • Cycling on our asphalt Pumptrack
  • Tips and advice from our cycling hosts
  • Use of our bike wash facilities, including detergent
  • Access to bike repair equipment at our bike maintenance stations
  • Free rides on the Fjälltåget (mountain train)

Would you like to use the lifts as well?

  • If you also want to use the lifts between rides, you can purchase our combined lift and trail pass.

Buy your trail pass / lift and trail pass

The bike playground

Skills arena

We want to issue a warning! It's easy to get stuck here - for hours. The skills area is the place where everyone, regardless of age or experience, gathers to develop their cycling skills. Here you'll find a pump track, balance training, cornering practice, and three jump lines - green, blue, and red.

Skills Area tracks

Balance training

Get used to ride a mountainbike by going over logs and small jumps to improve your technical skills before you´re off to our trails. This is a easy and great start for building confident to ride our trails in a safe and fun way.

Jump line - green and blue

Dare to try to jump with your mountainbike! The blue and green jump line is a great start!

Jump line - red

The red jump line is our most technical jump line. When you´re confident with the green and blue line then it´s time to try the red! Go jump!

Dual slalom

Two trails that run parallel to one another. Doubletrack trails allow riders to ride side-by-side.

Rock garden

A section of trail covered with rocks

Drops

This is a technical trail feature where the trail’s elevation changes at a steep enough angle so that your front tire cannot easily roll down to the lower elevation. Tip! Take a bike leasson to learn more about how to ride our drop-zone.

Curve training

Practice curves

Pumptracks

Pumtrack consists of a loop of banked turns and roller coaster type features designed to be ridden by pumping rather than pedaling in order to gain and control speed.

We have two pump tracks at Idre Fjäll. One smaller pump track with a gravel surface that is suitable for all ages and skill levels. And a larger asphalt pump track that is suitable for advanced riders. Both pump tracks are located at the Skills Area.

Pumptrack

Our pump track has an area of approximately 1,500 square meters and is about 200 meters long, filled with wonderful bumps and turns for those who love to pump their way around. And yes, we've also thought of those who love to fly because the first section has double jump lines. Our pump track is calibrated to handle a competition, but it is primarily graded for those who are at a blue/red level.

Improve Your Skills

Do you want to become a better MTB cyclist?

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Trails that suites everyone

Bike Map

Our bike map ➚

Equipment for cycling

Rent MTB and e-bike from us

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Navet

Navet is a great place to refuel before hitting our tracks, or to just relax with a coffee in the sun while the kids enjoy Skills Area's activities.

Opening hours during summer and autumn:

Week 15 - 24 (8 April - 16 June)
Monday - Sunday: Closed

Midsummer week (17 June - 23)
Monday - Friday: 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00

Week 26 - 34
Monday - Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00

Week 35 - 37
Monday - Wednesday: Closed
Thursday - Saturday: 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 14:00

Competition on snow April 5-6 2024

Snow Rhythm

About Snow Rhythm

Important things to keep in mind

Before You Set Off

SLAO (Svenska Skidanläggningars Organisation) is an organization that represents ski resorts and bike parks in Sweden. They have established certain rules and guidelines to promote safety and enjoyment for visitors using lifts and bike trails in the facilities. Here is a few pointers:

  1. Cycling is undertaken at your own risk.
  2. Use a helmet - it is mandatory.
  3. Ensure that your bike is well-maintained for a safer and more enjoyable riding experience.
  4. Hire a guide or instructor to reduce the risk of accidents.
  5. Lock your bike to prevent theft, even when you're out in the terrain.

Feel free to read SLAO Little Green Book ➚ before heading out on the bike trails to ensure everyone has a safe biking experience at Idre Fjäll.

Do you still feel unsure about mountain biking?

We highly recommend booking a one-hour session with one of our bike guides who can provide you with plenty of tips and advice.

Book a private bike lesson