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Hemsedal

Hemsedal
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Welcome to our brand new flow trail center. Enjoy green, blue and red level biking in the Scandinavian Alps. Challenge yourself in dosed turns, jumps and berms or play around in Tottelia Bike Park.

Biking in Hemsedal Rides

Tottelia Bike Park - Open from mid-May until the snow arrives. Here, you'll find several loop trails with green, blue, and red difficulty levels.

Trails Accessible by the Summer Lift - Opening on June 22nd - Remember to buy your lift pass.

Opens June 22nd.

  • Silverstone Blue Flow Trail - One of Norway's most thrilling flow trails with a fantastic view of the mountains.
    "It’s like riding a roller coaster"
    "This is absolutely amazing; having this in Norway is fantastic!"
    Tip: Take it easy on your first run to get familiar with the trail's twists and jumps. There are many marked stops along the trail, and we recommend taking breaks to catch your breath, shake off the lactic acid, and enjoy the stunning views.

Opens when dried up:

  • Broadwayis a green multi-use trail that transitions into a blue bike trail.
  • High Line - A panoramic trail with beautiful bridges and breathtaking mountain views.
  • Red Flow Trail - Starts at the end of Broadway and takes you down to Fyri Resort and Tottelia Bike Park. A trail with several jumps and playful natural elements.

Tips - Hallingdal Rides

Hallingdal is probably Norway's largest trail biking destination, featuring many cool trails and pump tracks to challenge yourself this summer. Check out what you can explore at the other Hallingdal destinations this summer, all within a 30-minute to 1-hour drive. You can find more information about Hallingdal Rides further down.

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Rules for biking in Hemsedal:

  • Biking is at your own risk. Choose routes that fit your level and fitness. Help others if they have hurt themselves or need help otherwise.
  • Be considerate to others.
    Reduse your speed when your are passing hikers or other bikers. Make them aware that you need to pass. If you are passing from behind it is your duty to give way. Be special aware of crossings.
  • Adjust the speed.
    Make sure you are able to stop if you meet unforeseen obstacles in the trail. Remember the substrate changes due to the weather.
  • Don't make unnecessary stops in the tracks. Look behind you and move out of the way for others. Don't stop in steep hills, turns or jumps.
  • Show respect for nature and wildlife. Don't leave rubbish. "Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints".

Biking in the bike park:

  • It is the bikers responsibility to know and follow the rules.
    Follow the signs and instructions for usage of the chair lift and biking. Violation of the rules may cause confiscation of lift pass.
  • Helmet is mandatory while biking.
    Recommended protective equipment (besides helmet) is protection for back, knees and elbows, and gloves.
  • Intoxicated people will be expelled.
    Alcohol and narcotics destroys judgement and performance, something that increases the risk for everybody enjoying the mountains.
  • The lift pass is personal.
    Persons who tries to use the lift with another persons pass will have the pass confiscated.
  • The biker is responsible for its surroundings.
    It is the bikers responsibily to avoid damage to other people, lifts and property.

Common sense in biking

To be able to enjoy trails are not a human right, but a privilege. Follow NOTS (Norwegian Organisation for Mountain Biking) guidelines for common sense while biking:

  1. Be considerate and helpful when you meet hikers.
  2. As a biker you always have the duty to give way for hikers.
  3. Limit your speed so that you do not harm or disadvantage others, especially along roads and trails where speed increases easily, or in unclear areas..
  4. Slow down before you pass others on a narrow path.
  5. Do not make new tracks. If you do not have the skills to avoid an obstacle, get off the bike and walk pass it.
  6. Avoid biking in vulnerable areas after rain.
  7. Do not make the trail wider by biking around puddles and obstacles.
  8. Carry the bike through marshlands to avoid making deep tracks.
  9. Do not use back break in steep trails.
  10. If two bikers meet in a hill, the biker going down hill have the duty to give way.

BIKE PATROL - TLF. +47 97 54 41 29

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