The Lazidkopf Enduro Tour up to the 2,346 m high Lazidkopf is only recommended for fit and experienced mountain bikers. The climb from Serfaus up to the Komperdell and especially up to the Lazidkopf mountain poses a real challenge with barely any time to take a break. But manage this climb and you’re rewarded with a descent via the Scheidtrail (S1).
The tour has a very gentle start on the asphalt bike trail to Serfaus. Turn right at the church and head up a gentle gradient to the Bifang and via the Wiesenweg trail to the Leithe Wirt Restaurant. Here the gravel path marks the start of the first serious climb up to the Komperdell. The trail from the Komperdell to the Lazidkopf has some longer passages with uphill gradients of up to 19% and with few sections to take a break. The surface is also really uneven, which makes it even more challenging.
Once you reach the Lazid, follow the trail in the direction of Scheid to the starting point (S216) of the Scheidtrail (S1). Riders with verve and flow can conquer the trail and return to Komperdell via the Laustal valley. Descend to the right (S103) to the Murmli Water, follow the Six Senses – Experience Trail in the direction of Hög, then turn right downhill (S119) round the Michaelskopf. The ride to Serfaus via St. Zeno poses no significant difficulties. It’s then back to the bike park on the bike trail.
To descend from Komperdell (S100), you can take the easy Alpkopftrail (S0) and then the Högtrail (S1) from Hög. The trails are a great practice trail for beginners looking to build experience. However, the trails also set the pulses of experienced bikers racing as the trail is quite flowing and offers waves for jumping.