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Bike Park

NATIONAL TEAM TRACK DH Open
DH (black) Open
FR 1 Closed
FR 2 Open
FR 3 Open
FR 4 Closed
E Open
E1 Open
E-East Open
Icebreaker Open
Junior area Open
E-Laippa Open
Forest trail 1 Open
Forest trail 2 Open
Forest trail 3 Open
North Shore 1 Open
North Shore 2 Open
Safari Open
S-Line Open

Slope tracks (FR & DH, Enduro)

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Printable map here

(FR) Machine-made into the main slopes of Sappee, these downhill biking trails are suitable for riders of various skill levels. The main line is flowy with sweeping turns, but forks into several more challenging sections with series of turns, jumps, mounds and a wall ride that all require somewhat more advanced riding techniques. 

(DH) More challenging trails that require advanced techniques. Each trail has its own unique features: stones, tree roots, drops and big rocks. These trails offer high speeds and can challenge the skills and techniques of even the most experienced riders.

(Enduro) Natural forest trails. Stones and tree roots have been left where they are, and only the most difficult parts have been modified to facilitate riding. There are no big jumps on these trails. As the name suggests, the trails are best suited for enduro bikes; this is especially true with the E-Laippa trail where you have to do a bit of pedaling as well. This might be quite strenuous on a DH bike.

North Shore riding areas

Demanding wooden balance trails located amongst a wooded slope. These trails are suitable for experienced riders only.
 

Junior Area

Designed to keep the little ones happy, the separate Junior Area offers 10 – 50 metre long wooden balance trails that offer a variety of challenges: flowing turns, inclines, narrows, camel humps, suspension bridges and swings. The dirt freeride trail offers just the correct kinds of inclined curves along with jumps and humps. Special attention has been paid to safety in the planning of the trails.
The Junior Area can be accessed free of charge.