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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!

    Cycling through Val Venosta Via Claudia Augusta
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs

    The 80 km long Val d'Adige/Etschtal Cycle Path (Etschradweg) leads along the Via Claudia Augusta, an ancient Roman road. 

    The trail is mainly flat or downhill. The fantastic bike trail network in the Val Venosta/Vinschgau valley makes for relaxed biking on a good surface, i.e. either asphalt or rolled gravel.

    The Val d’Adige Cycle Path (Etschradroute) is especially popular with cyclists looking for a moderate challenge. It is also possible to rent bikes at various train stations and to return them elsewhere, meaning that you do not have to bring your own bike with you. The bike tour can also be shortened or simplified at any time by using the Vinschgerbahn train.

    From the Adige Valley to the mountains, visitors can cycle with constant temperatures through shady forests and flowering meadows, far away from the hustle and bustle of traffic.



    Difficulty: easy
    1432 altitude up
    79.1 Km distance
    Bicycle ride through asparagus fields and blossoming apple orchards
    Terlan/Terlano, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The movement in the outdoors is not only healthy, it also causes mental miracles: On foot or by bike - fresh air promotes circulation, relax and brings good mood. The view of the Asparagus fields in Terlan and the blossoming orchards promotes this feeling of happiness.

    Difficulty: easy
    95 altitude up
    29.2 Km distance
    Naurnser Alm mountain hut - Rio lagundo - Lagundo
    Algund/Lagundo, Meran/Merano and environs


    Start at the outdoor pool in Algund/Lagundo and turn right to take the cycle path to Naturns/Naturno. In Naturns/Naturno, cross the bridge and continue until the sports field, where the ascent to the Naturnser Nörderberg mountain begins. Passing by a few mountain farms, you continue uphill until you reach the forest road leading to the Kreuzbrünnl car park and to the Naturnser Alm mountain hut. Proceed along trail no. 9A branching off to the right directly behind the mountain hut (Please note: We recommend against taking trail no. 30!). After a short ascent, an old cart path leads along the high plateau to the junction with trail no. 9. Follow this partly steep trail until Vigiljoch/Monte San Vigilio. Take the forest road at the small church to descend towards Aschbach/Rio Lagundo and continue along the asphalt road down to Töll/Tel and back to Algund/Lagundo.
    Difficulty: difficult
    1706 altitude up
    47.6 Km distance
    Bike Trail Via Claudia Augusta
    Graun im Vinschgau/Curon Venosta, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    After 2000 years of history, Via Claudia Augusta, the ancient Roman road that led from the Po River lowlands and the Adriatic Sea all the way to Bavaria and the Danube, is enjoying a renaissance. With the end of conflict and a united Europe, the Via Claudia Augusta has become a bridge joining and blending cultures, places and emotions. It is a symbolic route that spans three nations, each with its own diverse landscape and traditions, artistic treasures and culinary specialities, marked by a more approachable, youthful and ecologically sustainable tourism.

    The South Tyrolean part of the trail goes through Passo Resia, Val Venosta, Merano, Bolzano and Val d'Adige until Salorno.
    Difficulty: easy
    290 altitude up
    140.8 Km distance
    Tour Obervinschgau Valley
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Two sharp climbs, two lakes, a tower in the lake, a wonderful side valley panorama


    Difficulty: medium
    1672 altitude up
    72.7 Km distance
    Venosta valley panoramic tour
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Road bike tour with view to the marble quarry, the Ortler group and the orchards of the Lasa and Sluderno Monte Sole mountain

    Difficulty: easy
    837 altitude up
    39.3 Km distance
    Tanas Tour
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Beautiful training session with uphills on the Sonnenberg of Schluderns and Laas

    Difficulty: medium
    1184 altitude up
    54.7 Km distance
    Patsch Mountain Bike Tour and Propain Trail
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The beginning of the Propain Trail is shared with hikers. Then the trail, famous for its aridity and its ground and forestry floor, winds its way through the valley partly steep terrain with different curves, some of which are more narrow, and beautiful passages crossing between the sparse forests of conifers. After a short "Share the trail" the path is all back for cyclists up placing in the trail 13 to Schlanders/Silandro. On this stretch is again necessary tolerance, because here also hikers walk.

    The slope of Monte Sole mountain steep slopes near the trails and glades leave to see the apple orchards and the amazing surrounding mountains. The stretch of trail constructed, 550 meters downhill, always has a width of 80 cm thus offering security to beginners and space speed and jumps to experts. Good technique on the curves and "nose press" in the narrow curves for all those who do not want to get off the saddle.

    The Propain Trail is located on Monte Sole di Schlanders - an area with a fascinating flora and fauna and unexpected views. Our tip: take time to ride up by bike and discover with each altitude the varied landscape - from apple orchards, vineyards to steppes and picturesque setting.

    Information: from authorization to completion the Propain Trail was built in just three months, demonstrating that the municipality of Silandro and the Tourism Association Silandro-Lasa want a good joint utilization of Sun Mountain by the two groups: hikers and cyclists. The rest of the trail 14 and trail 7 are reserved for hikers.

    The bikeschool vinschgauBIKE has had the contract for the construction and maintenance, and conducts guided tours and technical training as well as shuttle service to the trail.

    Time regulation for Shuttle transport at Propain Trail
    Shuttles go to the lower entrance!
    Monday + Wednesday + Friday: Shuttle all day
    Tuesday + Thursday + Sunday: no Shuttle
    Saturday: Shuttle from 1 pm

    Official MTB-Shuttles to Trails in Schlanders
    Mobil Car Tel. +39 338 5 07 54 62 - Freeride Vinschgau Tel. +39 348 0 42 72 29
    - Vinschgau Shuttle Tel. +39 335 6 82 85 14

    Difficulty: easy
    765 altitude up
    18.4 Km distance
    Alpine Trail Ramitzl

    Ramitzl Alpine Trail

    Anyone looking for a bigger challenge, does not turn towards the Unterpulghütte mountain hut after 4.4km, but continues his route at the same gradient to the Ramitzler Schwaige Alpine pasture. As a reward and compensation for all efforts, excellent food and sensational views are also waiting here. For the sportily ambitious, there is also the opportunity to continue the route without bicycle and to climb the Rasciesa di Fuori/Außerraschötz mountain with its extraordinary summit cross and incredible 360° panoramic view (walking time of approx. 1.5 hours from the Ramitzler Schwaige).





    Difficulty: easy
    747 altitude up
    7.3 Km distance
    Bike - Tour Laion

    Laion Bike-Tour

    Extremely diverse tour, which really offers everything that makes an eventful MTB route. Different grounds, the change between woods and meadows, views and pleasant shade, and not least the interesting profile with several ascents and descents of different gradients, as well as short flat sections lend this circular tour a unique character. After not quite 12km, there is also the opportunity to tackle a further ascent to one of the two managed cabins, or to choose the descent straight back to Laion/Lajen.

    Difficulty: easy
    943 altitude up
    16.0 Km distance
    Alta Rezia Tour
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Very challenging top class high-mountain tour with shuttle to the Stelvio Pass.

    Alta Rezia refers to the area between Stelvio Pass, Umbrail Pass, Bormio and the Münstetalr Valley. For those who wish to discover the incredible high-Aalpine landscape by mountain bike, this is the ideal tour. The starting point is on the Stelvio Pass or Umbrail Pass (2,490m). From there, the route leads across a trail with few passages where you have to push your bike, to the Bocchetta di Forcola (2,768 m) and further to the Bocchetta di Pedenolo (Sentiero della Pace [Freedom Trail]), to walk across a breathtaking old military road, down to Lago Cancano lake (1,880 m) and Lago San Giacomo lake (requires head for heights). Everywhere evidence can be found of the savage trench warfare at the Ortler front. The descent should only be attempted by bikers who do not have a fear of heights. Alternatively, the descent can be made via the Valle Forcola Valley. Shortly behind Lago San Giacomo lake, we turn off to the Val Mora Valley (1,930m). We cross the beautiful Val Mora up to the Passo Döss Radond Pass (2,235m). From the pass, in the direction of Santa Maria in Val Müstair Valley via the gravel road with short options to take a shortcut, and from there further via the cycle path to Malles/Mals.

    Recommendation: Clothing suitable for high-Alpine conditions and a local guide.

    Difficulty: easy
    3736 altitude up
    98.5 Km distance
    Trada Tour
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Beautiful tour demanding in terms of fitness with three trail highlights.

    The strenuous tour starts in Prato/Prad in the shadow of the Stelvio Pass and the Ortler Range, via the famous Stelvio road in the direction of Gomagoi. In Gomagoi, turn right towards Stelvio/Stilfs and a few metres higher, turn left to the sports field and further to Platz (1,500m). Here, we are welcomed by the gravel path and the meadow trail, leading past the Prader Alm Alpine pasture and, leaving the Furkelhütte hut (2,153 m) at the left-hand side, up and down to the Stilfser Alm Alpine pasture (2,077 m). It is worth stopping and sampling a traditional Venosta Valley dish. The breathtaking panorama in view, the 6er trail with a length of 1.8 km, branches off to the right, below the Stilfser Alm Alpine pasture. Turning left, his very beautiful trail joins the forest path towards Schartalm Alpine pasture. The next reward for the height gain of more than 1,600 metres, presents itself below the Schartalm in a left bend: The 15er trail turns off here, to a short passage where you need to push your bike, before you are rewarded with “something for the soul” (S1/S2). According to the locals, this trail belongs to the most beautiful trails in Venosta Valley and also the 12er trails which joins the 15er trail after a short ride in the woods above the Platzhof farm, does not leave much to be desired, with several tight bends for trail enthusiasts. At Wartamstein, we reach a narrow tarmacked road back to Prato

    Tip: Please to not ride the bike on the popular family trails below Wartamstein.

    Difficulty: easy
    1618 altitude up
    34 Km distance
    5 village tour in the High Venosta Valley
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    Easy tour once around the valley floor between Prad am Stilfserjoch and the medieval city of Glurns.
    Difficulty: easy
    119 altitude up
    17.9 Km distance
    Stelvio Tour
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The cycle from Prato to Passo dello Stelvio is known as a classic one in the cycling scene. It is not only the 25 km and the roughly 1800 meters of difference in altitude that are particularly appealing. It is as well the total of 48 hairpin turns that, starting from Prato via Gomagoi, Trafoi and Franzenshöhe, raise to the second highest tarmaced mountain pass of Europe. Near Trafoi, the cyclist will be offered an unrestricted view of the glacier and rock formations of the Ortles range that will be present until the pass is reached. For the descent, the route via the Umbrail pass and Switzerland to Prato is recommended.

    Difficulty: medium
    1838 altitude up
    25 Km distance
    Gumperle Tour
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    This short tour named after the surname of this area leads from Prato/Prad which is characterised by Romanesque period, across the beautiful meadow path above the granaries of the Venosta Valley to Agumes/Agums and to Montechiaro/Lichtenberg. A tarmacked trail leads upwards, gaining a little altitude, up to the Lichtenberg Castle and the Pinethöfe farms. We cycle past the Pinethöfe and a little later, turn left into the flowy S0 to S1 trail, which merges with a small tarmacked road at the Wartamstein height, back to Prato

    Tip: Please do not cycle on the popular family hiking trail.

    Worth seeing: Castles like the former Lichtenberg Fortress, the parish church of Montechiaro with building features and frescos from the 13th century, the St. Christina chapel  (1575) with a chancel closed on three sides, wall paintings and shingle roof.

    Difficulty: easy
    235 altitude up
    7.6 Km distance
    Montoni Tour
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    This roundtrip leads the mountain biker around Agumes‘ local mountain and offers, next to a diverse terrain, breath taking views of the mountains of the Venosta valley. Starting from Prato, the trail goes via Montechiaro to the “Pinet” farms (1080m) and onwards via a gravel road to the highest point of the tour, the „Schart“ refuge (1830m). From there, the route continues via the farms of Stelvio downwards to Stelvio (1310m) and Stelvio Ponte, all the while enjoying the awesome view of the Ortles mountain range. Return to Prato via the main road SS38.

    Difficulty: easy
    975 altitude up
    19.7 Km distance
    Plankamodui Tour
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Pleasant route across Montechiaro/Lichtenberg and the Platzhof farm into the 12er Trail.

    From Prato/Prad, the gateway to the Stelvio National Park and to Solda/Sulden, you proceed across the Suldenbach streem to Agumes/Agums and from there via a beautiful meadow path with view to the fields, castles and summits of the Upper Venosta Valley in northerly direction to Montechiaro/Lichtenberg. Here starts the ascent on asphalt up to the Lichtenberg Fortress and then on gravel further up to Adelheid Schöpf Lechner from the Platzhof farm (1,354 m). After a nice snack (Brotzeit) with a view towards the direction of Sluderno/Schluderns and on the 3,202 m high Allitzer Spitz peak, you reach the highest point after a few metres further uphill. A flowy descent on narrow and wide trails (S1 and S2), with a few technical tight turns – no risk of boredom. From the Agumsbergerhöfe farms we carry on rolling, soon on tarmac back into the direction of the starting point to the interesting aquaprad National Park visitor center and look forward to a leisurely drink containing electrolytes.

    Tip: The unusual name of the tour relates to a field name at the Agumser Berg mountain at the former climb from the Platzhof farm to Gawierg.

    Difficulty: easy
    506 altitude up
    11.3 Km distance
    Gungadria Tour
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Leisurely tour through the enchanted Prato forest to the castle ruin above Cengles/Tschengls. A stop at a special cultural guest house.

    To reach the ruin of the Cengles Castle above the Venosta Valley, the trail leads from Prato/Prad in the Stelvio National Park in a south-easterly direction to the St. Johann church and further past the “Dürre Ast“ up to the Prato mountain farms. At the branch to Wittenberger Hof farm, the ground changes to gravel and a little later, the highest point has been reached (1,430m) at the streambed. During the descent on gravel and tarmac, the forest curtain opens up and with it, the view to the Tschengslburg castle ruin and the cultural landscape of the Venosta Valley covered with small squares. The view across green meadows on the other side of the valley with the sparse slopes and beautiful summits of the Monte Sole Mountain is, in any event, worthy of a stop to take a photo. You could stop in the Tschengelsburg, at Karl Perfler’s castle restaurant which has been developed to a cultural guest house. Then you leisurely pass the apple orchards and return to Prato at the foot of the imposing Tschenglser Hochwand mountain (3,376 m).

    Tip: The field name Gungadria originates from the “Tschrinwiesen” fields at the Nittbach stream. The Romanic term “concha” (muscle) signifies the round or oval area indentations or hollow forms.

    Difficulty: easy
    573 altitude up
    16.6 Km distance
    300 - Family Tour Val d'Anna
    Urtijëi/Ortisei, Dolomites Region Val Gardena
    The Family Tour Val d’Anna/Annatal is an ideal tour for families with children. The road, which has very little traffic, has a very gentle gradient and leads past the Col de Flam climbing garden to the Annatal hut, where parents can relax in the sun and the children find super fun playgrounds.
    Difficulty: easy
    115 altitude up
    2.8 Km distance
    Bicycle Tour Mals - Müstair
    Taufers im Münstertal/Tubre, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Bicycle route from Mals via Taufers to Müstair in Switzerland

    Difficulty: easy
    355 altitude up
    22.5 Km distance
    Bike round tour of Vilpiano
    Tisens/Tesimo, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    This route crosses four villages of the Val d'Adige by orchards, vineyards, along the forest and also provides some viewpoints. The route is easy to ride, since no large height differences have to be overcome.

    There are several places of interest which invite you to linger. The route leads not only past designated bike paths, but also to non-busy routes. Very easy to ride with the racing bike too.

    Difficulty: easy
    47 altitude up
    10.9 Km distance
    Bike tour to Prenn
    St.Martin in Passeier/San Martino in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Bike tour Saltaus/Saltusio - Prenn - Meran/Merano - Saltaus/Saltusio              

    Difficulty: medium
    1254 altitude up
    32.9 Km distance
    Bike tour to Stuls/Stulles
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Bike tour St. Leonhard/S. Leonardo - Stuls/Stulles - Moos/Moso - St. Leonhard/S. Leonardo         

    Difficulty: medium
    913 altitude up
    22.1 Km distance
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      Uphill Seespitz
      Meran and environs
      Starting point: Töll Etschbrücke (525 m) End point: Gasthaus …
      44 km total slope
      7 lifts
      Highest point: 2,505 m