835 Endless-Trail Bike
835 Endless-Trail Bike

Mountainbiking

Endless-Trail-Bike

Endless-Trail-Bike

Sissach–Kienberghof–Sissach

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Endless-Trail-Bike

Endless-Trail-Bike

The Endless Trail above Sissach is the first official mountain bike trail in the canton of Basel-Landschaft. After a comfortable ascent through meadows and forest, action and adrenalin await: the obstacle-filled descent, with its curves, waves and ramps, is the highlight of the route.
Jumps over tabletops and doubles of all sizes, steep berms and tight switchbacks – and it’s all on a continuous singletrack. The almost three kilometres of descent below the Sissacher Fluh is sure to set even the most experienced biker’s heart racing. And they’re not the only ones who will be satisfied with the trail: even beginners can ride – and enjoy – it without any difficulties.

The downhill section – the highlight of the route – begins near the Isletenhütte mountain hut. The singletrack has been designed to be flowing and is extremely varied, with a number of different sections. The Endless Trail was planned and implemented by experts and promises a professional level of biking. And it has another bonus that very few other trails can offer: it can be used throughout the entire year.

Once you’ve finished the Endless Trail, it will only take you half an hour to ride back up to the start for a second go. The beautiful natural surroundings of Basel’s woods and a quick detour to the Sissacher Fluh, a popular destination, round off the trip perfectly.
The Endless Trail above Sissach is the first official mountain bike trail in the canton of Basel-Landschaft. After a comfortable ascent through meadows and forest, action and adrenalin await: the obstacle-filled descent, with its curves, waves and ramps, is the highlight of the route.
Jumps over tabletops and doubles of all sizes, steep berms and tight switchbacks – and it’s all on a continuous singletrack. The almost three kilometres of descent below the Sissacher Fluh is sure to set even the most experienced biker’s heart racing. And they’re not the only ones who will be satisfied with the trail: even beginners can ride – and enjoy – it without any difficulties.

The downhill section – the highlight of the route – begins near the Isletenhütte mountain hut. The singletrack has been designed to be flowing and is extremely varied, with a number of different sections. The Endless Trail was planned and implemented by experts and promises a professional level of biking. And it has another bonus that very few other trails can offer: it can be used throughout the entire year.

Once you’ve finished the Endless Trail, it will only take you half an hour to ride back up to the start for a second go. The beautiful natural surroundings of Basel’s woods and a quick detour to the Sissacher Fluh, a popular destination, round off the trip perfectly.
9 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 3 km
Natural surface: 6 km
of which Singletrail: 3 km
420 m | 420 m
difficult | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Sissach
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Season

Season
The route is accessible all year round.

Signalization

Signalization
This route is only signposted in one direction: Sissach–Isleten–Böckterflueh–Sissach

Hints

Access
No parking facilities at the Endless Trail. Visitors are requested to use the Allmend/Spielplatz car park (distance 900m).

General safety

Consideration
Please watch out for oncoming traffic on the steep residential street. Ride carefully and pay attention.

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Sissach
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Contact

Baselland Tourismus
Altmarktstrasse 96
4410 Liestal
Tel. +41 (0)61 927 65 44
info@baselland-tourismus.ch
www.baselland-tourismus.ch

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Hotel Restaurant zur Sonne
Hotel Restaurant zur Sonne
Sissach
Landgasthof Farnsburg & Genussweinkeller
Landgasthof Farnsburg & Genussweinkeller
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Places

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Signalization

Signalization
For mountain biking, follow the logo indicated on the red signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
Signalization