The Enduro Trails mountain bike trail complex is located in the City of Bielsko-Biała.

The Enduro Trails mountain bike trail park is located in the City of Bielsko-Biała. It is a network of one-way bike trails or so-called singletracks. These popular mountain bike trails are twisty, narrow and undulating with varied levels of difficulty, from the gently descending easier trails to the steep and technical downhills. Most of the trails were built for the Enduro racing event periodically held here (hence the name of the trail network)

The trail centre (with tourist information and surrounding facilities) is located at the foot of Kozia Góra (the City’s recreational area is called “Błonia”). The trails are scatterred between Szyndzielnia and Kozia Góra (in the Klimczok mountain massif). Szyndzielnia rises up to the height of 1030 metres above sea level. The peak can be reached by a modern gondola lift. Kozia Góra is a smaller hill (686 m a.s.l.) with a rich tourist culture. The longest toboggan run in Europe used to operate here.(the structures are still clearly visible). On both mountains you can also find cozy huts dating back to the 19th century.

INFO: Kolej Linowa Szyndzielnia

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Uphill trails
Destiny: for beginner mountain bikers
Average slope: 4-6%
Surface: even, paved
Difficulties: sharp turns with and without banked corners, occasionally, small natural obstacles may be encountered (stones, roots), slippery or loose surfaces (small pebbles), small puddles and wooden bridges
Required skills: effective cornering and braking
Opening hours: 6:00 - 22:00
Destiny: for intermediate mountain bikers
Average slope: 6-9%
Surface: even and paved or mixed
Difficulties: sharp turns, larger bumps and banked corners, small natural obstacles (roots, stones)
Required skills: confident braking, cornering, dealing with bumps and banked corners and other small obstacles and unevenness
Opening hours: 6:00 - 22:00
Destiny: for advanced mountain bikers
Average slope: 9-13%
Surface: natural and mixed
Difficulties: sharp turns and banked corners, high speeds, larger natural obstacles (e.g. root and stone sections), small artificial obstacles (e.g. ramps without gaps or with a bypass), slippery surfaces
Required skills: fast braking, cornering, dealing with larger obstacles (roots, drops, small ramps)
Opening hours: 6:00 - 22:00
Destiny: for expert mountain biker
Average slope: 13-18%
Surface: natural
Difficulties: sharp turns and banked corners frequent natural obstacles (e.g. root and boulder sections, steep slope and ground drops), larger artificial obstacles (e.g. ramps with gaps, with or without a bypass), slippery surfaces
Required skills: perfect braking, cornering, ability to jump over and deal with difficult terrain (e.g. steep walls, drops and ramps)
Opening hours: 6:00 - 22:00
Average slope:
Required skills:
Opening hours: 6:00 - 22:00


Trail for beginners. COLOR YELLOW

A gently winding uphill trail.


Route status: Length: Average grade: Vertical drop: Trace:
Closed 4600M 6.5% 271M Download

A gently winding uphill trail offering a far more pleasant and  interesting route for climbing Kozia Góra than the dull gravel road. On the lower part stones have been used to form a co- uple of technical shortcuts for ambitious bikers. The final part runs for a short while along the gravel road; (it includes a steep wall, but the beautiful view will make up for the hard- ship). The ascent starts at the trail centre (alongside the Blo- nia fence) but the single track proper starts slightly higher up and ends at the top of Kozia Góra.

The lower part of the trail winds among huge beech trees and Douglas firs. Douglas firs are some of the tallest trees in the world. Even though they are not a native species in the Beskids the largest of them on Kozia Góra are acknowledged as nature monuments.