Tahko Bike Park
Seven tracks and a lift to the top
OPENING HOURS SUMMER 2021
30.6.-7.8. wed – sat from 10am till 4pm
11.-13.8. wed – fri from 10am till 4pm
27.-28.8. fri – sat from 10am till 4pm
24.-25.9. fri – sat from 10am till 4pm
16.-23.10. sat – sat from 10am till 4pm
|Bike Park||€||Under 13 yrs|
|Panorama lift||€||7-12 yrs|
(Under 7 yrs free of charge)
The pass is issued on a reusable KeyCard. Place the remote-readable card into your left pocket. (We no longer accept cards beginning with 14, 08 or 25.) We will not redeem KeyCards. There is no refund for a lost ski pass without a receipt.
There is a vending machine at the bottom lift station, allowing you to download the ticket onto your KeyCard or pick up the tickets you’ve bought from online shop. The machine accepts payment cards.
In addition to traditional mountain biking, Tahko offers excellent conditions for downhill biking. Tahko Ski Resort has nine different, marked downhill biking tracks, of which three are black, two are red, two are blue and two are green. The lift takes visitors to the top four days a week in the summer season, and the total height difference is almost 200 metres.
BIKE PARK LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS
It is possible to have private lessons for beginners to get to know the skills for a downhill biking. The lessons are available on the same days when the lift is operating, starting at 10am, 12pm and 2pm.
100min. lesson 90€ + 30€ for extra persons
100min. grouplesson 50€ / person (minimum 2 persons)
The price includes using the lift during the lesson.
+358 29 170 7030
The nearest parking areas are located next to the bottom and top stations of the lift, so you can take your equipment and accessories very close to the spot. The top station of the chairlift features Panorama Bar & Café, and Pehku Bar is located on the other side of the slope area, one kilometre away from the top station and easily accessible via a well-maintained dirt road that runs along the ridge.
Instructions for users of the Bike Park
- You always ride at your own risk.
- The tracks have no daily maintenance.
- You should familiarise yourself with the tracks in advance.
- Please take into account the conditions as well as changes caused by wear and tear, riding at a speed that is safe for you.
- Also take into account other people moving in the area. Cyclists must always give way to other people!
- You must wear a helmet when riding on the tracks.