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    Experience South Tyrol - it's unforgettable!

    Don't miss the diverse range of experiences of South Tyrol! Enjoy sporting activities, discover the rich culture and visit diverse events in Alpine and Mediterranean locations. Whether young or old, everyone will find something suitable. To help you decide, we present our suggestions for an unforgettable holiday in South Tyrol. Experience the diversity!

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    Cycling
    Unterland Tour
    The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Through the villages in Unterland down as far as the language barrier at Salurn.

    Through the vineyards and orchards you go from Tramin past the neighbouring village of Kurtatsch to Margreid. In this small little village we can find the oldest grape vine in Europe from the year 1601. You continue on through Kurtinig to Salurn where we can visit Haderburg castle after a short walk. For the return route we cycle through Laag on the cycle path which takes us along the Etsch river to Auer. The home village of Tramin isn’t far from there.
    Difficulty: easy
    406 altitude up
    34.4 Km distance
    Cycling
    Lupo Trail
    Kastelbell-Tschars/Castelbello-Ciardes, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The starting-point for the Wolf Trail is just below the Schartegg parking lot. The wooded trail isn’t technically demanding (S1) and it leads from the Nörderberg mountain to Tabland, with various possible entry points.
    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    733.0 m distance
    Cycling
    Etsch Bike Route from Meran/Merano to Bozen/Bolzano
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Etsch Bike Route is a pleasant cycle path running from Meran/Merano to Bozen/Bolzano. If you rent your bike at the “Südtirol Rad” rental point in Meran, you may return it at that company’s rental point in Bozen. The return trip to Meran can then be undertaken by train. For the latter option, you may want to purchase the bikemobil Card, which combines two different offers: unlimited travelling on all of South Tyrol’s means of public transport and a day trip on a borrowed bicycle.
     
    If you ride your own bicycle and would like to take the train from Bozen to Meran, you should keep in mind that taking bicycles on the train is subject to a charge (€ 7) and is only possible to a limited extent (not more than 16-20 bicycles per train) due to space and security reasons. In any case, priority is given to the transportation of people.
    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    30 Km distance
    Cycling
    Mountainbike-Tour II - Oberbozen - Rittner Horn
    Ritten/Renon, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Always on wide forest and alpine paths, you reach Riggermoos to Tann and on to Pemmern. From there, the traffic-calmed road leads to Rosswagen and through stone pine forests to Schönalm and along the beautifully laid out alpine path to the summit of the Rittner Horn at 2,260 m, where a unique panoramic view opens up.
    Difficulty: easy
    1216 altitude up
    33.6 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bike-Highline-Meran/o
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

    One reaches the Bike Highline Meran/o through various Uphills, or by utilizing either the Aschbach cableway or the shuttle service. From the Bike Highline Meran/o there are various single and also forest trails returning back down into the valley. The stretch between the Tablanderalm and Mauslochalm mountain pastures is technically challenging. All other routes are generally accessible & do not present complications.

    Difficulty: easy
    840 altitude up
    18.4 Km distance
    Cycling
    Mountainbike-Tour III Oberbozen - Gasteiger Sattel
    Ritten/Renon, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The clearly visible stone walls along the trail bear witness to an alpine pasture dispute between Ritten and Villanders that was fought out here for over 500 years The beautifully laid out alpine pasture trail leads below the summit of the Rittner Horn to the Gasteiger Sattel. A long, therefore moderately difficult mountain bike tour in the Sarntal Alps with unforgettable views of the Dolomites.
    Difficulty: easy
    1200 altitude up
    36.9 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bike Route from Naturns to Merano/Meran
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    Naturno – Plaus – Rablà – Tel – Lagundo – Merano –
    back by bike shuttle or on the Val Venosta train

    Difficulty: easy
    247 altitude up
    36.4 Km distance
    Cycling
    Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Leg San Candido|Innichen - Brunico|Bruneck
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    On the San Candido|Innichen to Brunico|Bruneck leg, the green color of the meadows, fields, and forests dominates the view. Along the railway route, sometimes through inhabited areas and sometimes through an undisturbed natural landscape, the bike path runs with a constant up and down from village to village as far as Brunico, the economic center of the Pustertal|Val Pusteria. 

    After the start in San Candido, the absolute first destination that is reached is the village of Dobbiaco|Toblach, the highest point of the entire leg. Following the Rienza-Rienz down the valley, the cyclist will then continue on to Villabassa|Niederdorf and Monguelfo|Welsberg. Anyone who would like to enjoy a game of golf can do so here in the newly built miniature golf course. For all culture lovers, a visit to Welsperg Castle is recommended. From Monguelfo, it is not far to Valdaora|Olang. Riders will pass by all three parts of the village, namely Valdaora di Sopra|Oberolang, Valdaora di Mezzo|Mitterolang, and Valdaora di Sotto|Niederolang, and the only problem will be too many choices as to whether there should be a detour to the Kinderwelt (“Kid’s World”) of Valdaora, a visit to the Kron Arc Adventure Park, or a trip to the restored Venetian “Lipper Säge” (Lippa Sawmill).  From Valdaora, the bike path continues downriver through undisturbed nature until the small medieval city of Brunico is reached. Towering high above the roofs of the city is Brunico Castle, while further down on the via Centrale|Stadtgasse, a lively hustle and bustle is going on in the charming shops and the many cafes, inns, and restaurants. In Brunico, there are a whole variety of museums and art treasures to experience. Of particular significance is the Folklore Museum in Teodone|Dietenheim, the Messner Mountain Museum MMM RIPA which is housed in Brunico Castle, and the newest museum, the MMM Corones. The latter is located at an elevation of 2,275 m (7,464 ft.) on the summit of the Kronplatz|Plan de Corones, and it can be reached from Riscone|Reischach by cableway.

    Possible variations along the route:

    • Valle di Casies-Gsieser Tal Bike Route from Monguelfo to Santa Maddalena-St. Magdalena – 15 km (9.5 miles)
      Experience the rural lifestyle.
    • Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal Bike Route from Rasun-Rasen to Anterselva di Mezzo-Antholz Mittertal – 13.5 km (8.5 miles) 
      On the route to one of the most beautiful high mountain lakes in South Tyrol-Südtirol.
    • Val Badia Bike Route from Brunico to San Vigilio or to San Martin – 23 or 24 km (14.5 or 15 miles)
      Getting to know the Ladin culture and language.
    • Valli di Tures and Aurina-Tauferer Ahrntal Bike Route from Brunico to S. Giacomo-St. Jakob – 36 km (22 miles)
      On two wheels through the realm of more than seventy peaks of three thousand meters (ten thousand feet).
    Difficulty: easy
    684 altitude up
    34.8 Km distance
    Cycling
    Mountainbike-Panoramatour Tauernalm hut
    Prettau/Predoi, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    One of the most famous Mountain Bike tours on the sunny side of the Ahrntal valley with stunning panoramic views! 

     

     

    Difficulty: easy
    680 altitude up
    9.5 Km distance
    Cycling
    Uphill Marzoneralm 2
    Kastelbell-Tschars/Castelbello-Ciardes, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    From the Etschradbrücke bridge in Tschars the uphill trail no. 2 to the Marzoner Alm mountain pasture leads with a slight incline past various farms up to Tomberg, and continues on to the Zirmtal intersection. There the trail turns right in order to reach, by means of another climb, the Marzoner Alm mountain pasture (1,600 m). The first 8,3 km are paved and the rest of the route is along a gravel path. Upon arrival at the Uphill  Marzoner Alm 2, there are two different ways to join either the Lupo Trail or the Fontana Trail. At 6,7 km (570m vertical climb) one can take the Fontana Trail and at 4,3 km (360m vertical climb) the Lupo Trail.

    Difficulty: easy
    1077 altitude up
    11.9 Km distance
    Cycling
    Road biking - Passo di Monte Giovo Tour
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Passo di Monte Giovo Tour
    San Leonardo, Passiria – Valtina – Passo di Monte Giovo –
    Valtina – San Leonardo, Passiria

    Difficulty: difficult
    1963 altitude up
    38.9 Km distance
    Cycling
    Val d’Adige cycling track Algund - Bozen
    Algund/Lagundo, Meran/Merano and environs
    The train of the Bozen-Meran line is ideal for enhancing your cycling experience in South Tyrol.
    There is one bike hire service at the train station Merano and another one at the Messe railway station Bozen Sud, both being available from mid June to mid September.

    Bikes can be borrowed and returned at different stations. The borrow service includes a cycling helmet. For our little guests who are still too small to cycle by themselves there are children’s seats available. In addition, there are special tandems and multi-purpose trailers (also for dogs).

    The price of transporting a bike & a person is the same as the price per person, which is EURO 7. A day ticket can be bought at the ticket office.

    Bikemobil Card:
     
    This combi ticket can be used for all public transport (bus, train, lift facilities) in all of South Tyrol. In addition, on one day of your choice, you can also borrow a bike at one of the numerous borrow-a-bike stations with the ‘Südtirol Rad’ symbol (Bike South Tyrol). Borrowed bikes can be returned at any of the ‘Südtirol Rad’ hire stations. A fabulous way to discover South Tyrol!
    • 7 day ticket Bikemobilcard: Adults/€ 35,00 - Junior (6 to 14 yrs.) € 17,50
    • 3 day ticket Bikemobilcard: Adults/€ 30,00 - Junior (6 to 14 yrs.) € 15,00
    • 1 day ticket Bikemobilcard: Adults/€ 25,00 - Junior (6 to 14 yrs.) € 12,50
    Difficulty: easy
    60 altitude up
    36.8 Km distance
    Cycling
    Mountainbiketour to the Schönbergalm hut
    Ahrntal/Valle Aurina, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    Very nice mountain bike tour to the Schönbergalm hut in Weißenbach/Rio Bianco, where special culinary highlights and a stunning view of the mountainous landscape are waiting!

     

    Difficulty: easy
    458 altitude up
    4.4 Km distance
    Cycling
    Kaltern Bike Graveltour: "Fennberg"
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    During this gravel tour you'll be speeding along the western fringes of the Etsch / Adige Valley. You'll be biking along paths and trails offering a variety of cycling experiences, via Altenburg and Graun all the way up to Lake Fennberg, through to Tramin / Termeno and then back to Lake Caldaro.

    In the "South of South Tyrol," the Mendel Ridge rises majestically above the Etsch / Adige Valley. At first glance, it looks as though, between the various wine villages dotted across the valley and the mighty summits, there were only forest. But if you are adventurous at heart, you might want to explore this hidden landscape offering a variety of views and experiences. From the Altenburg Sports Center, forest paths wind their way along the slopes to the Gummererhof Alpine Inn and on into the little hamlet of Graun. From here, you can admire the fabulous view of some of the communities strung along the Wine Route like pearls on a necklace: Tramin / Termeno and Kurtatsch / Cortaccia. You can now remain up high on this balcony and continue rolling to Lake Fennberg. An idyllic scene that – when viewed from below – you wouldn't expect. The lake and the church over its shores is hidden on a small saddle, shielded from the prying eyes of the busy valley, which is why it radiates a special sense of peace and quiet. When taking the return trip, you'll first proceed down the same route, but will the soon leave this balcony and roll down into the Etsch Valley. From Tramin via Lake Caldaro, vineyards will again dominate the landscape. If you have the time, there are numerous eateries and inns along the way where you can stop for refreshments. But there's no reason to not forge on ahead until you get to the market square in Kaltern / Caldaro, where you can toast your success with a glass of delicious Lake Caldaro wine. Or you can interrupt your tour to go for an invigorating dip in the lake.

    Variants: You can simply take this tour back and forth. If you choose this option, when getting to Graun on the return leg, you can also divert and proceed to Altenburg. From here, the road will then take you straight back to Kaltern.

    Difficulty: easy
    1675 altitude up
    56.3 Km distance
    Cycling
    Panorama route
    Olang/Valdaora, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    The Panorama Route is located directly on the Pustertal Valley cycle route. The route follows the course of the Rienz river and connects Innichen via Olang with Bruneck and the Eisack Valley.
    Difficulty: easy
    180 altitude up
    6.1 Km distance
    Cycling
    Road biking - Passo del Rombo
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    Passo del Rombo Tour
    San Leonardo, Passiria – Moso, Passiria – Passo del Rombo –
    Moso, Passiria – San Leonardo, Passiria

    Difficulty: medium
    3539 altitude up
    58.6 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bike route from Vilpian to Lana
    Terlan/Terlano, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The route is easy to ride, because there are no special height differences to be overcome. Attractions in Lana: the Schnatterpeckaltar in the parish church of Niederlana and the South Tyrol Museum of Fruit-Growing at Brandiser Waalweg No. 4 (near the golf course).

    Difficulty: easy
    47 altitude up
    20.7 Km distance
    Cycling
    Dragon Trail
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    New in summer 2022 in the Bike Park Kronplatz is the "Dragon Trail": the trail, over 2 kilometers long, winds along the hillside from the summit to the middle station of the Olang 1+2 lift. The highlight is definitely crossing the Dragon's Head and the Dragon's Tail, where you have a beautiful panorama of the surrounding Dolomites at the same time.
    Difficulty: easy
    5 altitude up
    2.0 Km distance
    Cycling
    Mountainbiketour Bärental
    Ahrntal/Valle Aurina, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina
    Mountain bike tour to the nice Bärental valley passing by three traditional huts in St. Jakob/San Giacomo.
    Difficulty: easy
    752 altitude up
    6.6 Km distance
    Cycling
    Moutainbiketour I Oberbozen - Rittner Horn
    Ritten/Renon, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    From Soprabolzano to Monte del Lago Nero and the Rittner Horn.
    From the mountain station of the Ritten cable car in Oberbozen, you climb up through forests and meadows to Pemmern. The cable car takes you up to Schwarzseespitze (2,069 m). Attractive views and great panoramas accompany us on the little road, which climbs up to the Rittner Horn at 2.260 m with its namesake mountain hut.
    A beautiful two-wheeled tour with the summit of the high plateau to the Riviera of the Dolomites.
    Difficulty: easy
    681 altitude up
    28.9 Km distance
    Cycling
    Gassl Trail
    Olang/Valdaora, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    The start of the trail is super comfortable - from Mitterolang it's only 3 kilometres to the cable car Olang I+II in Gassl - and in about 20 minutes you’re on the summit, ready to start.
    Difficulty: easy
    90 altitude up
    6.5 Km distance
    Cycling
    Road biking - Passo dello Stelvio Tour
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    Passo dello Stelvio Tour
    Prato allo Stelvio – Stelvio – Gomagoi – Trafoi –
    Passo dello Stelvio – Giogo di Santa Maria – Santa Maria –
    Tubre – Glorenza – Prato allo Stelvio

    Difficulty: medium
    2316 altitude up
    64.1 Km distance
    Cycling
    Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Variation San Lorenzo - Val Badia
    St.Lorenzen/San Lorenzo di Sebato, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    This variation of the bike path continues from Brunico in the direction of S. Lorenzo|St. Lorenzen to the former Roman road station, Mansio Sebatum. Excavations and a museum offer the opportunity to learn more about the Romans in the Pustertal. The route goes from San Lorenzo to San Vigilio or to San Martin – 23 or 24 km (14.5 or 15 miles).

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0.0 m distance
    Cycling
    Kaltern Bike MTB-Tour: Rosszähne
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    This is a short adventure from Lake Kaltern into the forest between its eastern shore and the Adige Valley. South of the Leuchtenburg castle, enchanted paths lead to the Rosszähnen, a rock formation above the Etsch river.
    Difficulty: easy
    588 altitude up
    18.1 Km distance
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