The trail consists of wooden structures such as drops, waves, gaps and wall rides. Even if the berms are up to four metres tall: the elements are wide and can be ridden very smoothly. The first Evil Eye trail at the Geisskopf was created in 1999. Diddie Schneider and adidas eyewear thus laid the foundation for the development of North Shore trails in Europe. As time went on, the trail builders have continued to develop and expand the trail in order to appeal to a wider range of riders.
Suitable for eMountain bikes.
Suitable for hardtails
Not suitable for dirt bikes
Suitable for children with appropriate experience from around ten years of age
Warning: closed when wet
Length: 1600 meters
Protectors: full-face helmet and protectors mandatory
Location: Starts below the restaurant at the mountain station, runs alongside Evil-Eye 1.0