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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
    Bike route Tauferer Ahrntal
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The “Ahrtour” bike route runs through the entire Valli di Tures Aurina - Tauferer Ahrntal and promises an adventurous trip through nature itself. From the start in Brunico - Bruneck until Campo Tures - Sand in Taufers, the Ahrtour is a fairly flat and easy ride. This bike tour is an adventure for athletes and amateur bikers alike and of course it can also be enjoyed in individual sections.

    Difficulty: medium
    92 altitude up
    15.9 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bike ride through the Altfass Valley
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Biking tour through the natural jewel Altfasstal Valley to the Pranterstadl hut (1.833 m) and Wieser hut (1.850 m). From the parking Altfasstal (1.600 m), slightly down to Altfassbach and then always slightly uphill through the valley with two shorter steep steps. The route is rewarded with a breathtaking view to the Fallmetzer and Gaisjoch peak. The mountain bike tour is very easy to combine with subsequent ascent to the Seefeld lakes and the Seefeldspitze peak (2.715 m) as a bike & hike Tour. The way back is the same.

    Difficulty: medium
    282 altitude up
    10.3 Km distance
    Cycling
    4-wins-13
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Flowing, partially rough trail with wonderful views. You will definitely win on this legendary Laces trail.

    The famous trail no. 4 in combination with the panoramic and partially exposed trail no. 13 is a true enrichment. Start at the Malga di Laces mountain hut and go through the green forest landscape until the wayside cross where you turn right into trail no. 4. Continue on sometimes flowing and sometimes rough meadow and forest floor trails that wind through the forest until Plumargun and get you into the right trail mood. Don’t follow the steep and heavily washed out trail no. 4, which has been removed from the trail concept, but take the forest road and turn right into trail no. 13 below the distinctive tree. The slightly exposed flowing and narrow S1 trail turns into a S2 passage with some roots and debris towards the end. The view of the valley offers a wonderful panorama at sunset. Please note: “Share the Trail” sections on the hiking paths! The lower part of trail no. 4 from the forest road at Partschogg onwards as well as paths 4a and 4b are for hikers only!

    Difficulty: easy
    31 altitude up
    5.8 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bike Tour Brixen - Villnöß
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    In addition to unique landscapes, imposing mountains and traditional villages, you can expect different types of terrain: Roads, gravel and forest paths will lead you through the Villnöß valley up to the Dolomite giants of the Odle mountains. Once at their foot, the traditional alpine huts reward you with a cosy atmosphere and South Tyrolean delicacies.
    Difficulty: easy
    1048 altitude up
    20.6 Km distance
    Cycling
    Pustertal Valley Cycle Trail: Innichen/San Candido - Bruneck/Brunico
    Innichen/San Candido, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    A very varied cycling trip through the wonderful scenery of the Pustertal valley.

    Characteristics: The bike tour takes you sometimes on asphalt tracks and sometimes on well-maintained gravel tracks across meadows and through woods on the left of the main Pustertal valley road to Brunico/Bruneck. You start at 1,175 m in San Candido/Innichen and end up at 800 m in Brunico. The difference in altitude of only 400 m is deceptive; there are some sections that are really tiring. However, most of the route is flat, and from Valdaora/Olang it is almost all downhill. Conveniently, you can put your bike on the train to return. For less experienced cyclists or for families with children, there is the option of travelling back by train from any of the villages on the way.

    Starting points: San Candido/Innichen (35 km), Dobbiaco/Toblach (30 km), Villabassa/Niederdorf (27,5 km)

    This tour is also suitable for e-bikes.

    flyer & train information

    Difficulty: medium
    0 altitude up
    35 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bike tour from Welsberg/Monguelfo to Pragser Wildsee lake
    Prags/Braies, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    The bike tour starts in Welsberg/Monguelfo and leads you along the bike path to Schmieden/Ferrara. From Schmieden/Ferrara you drive on the forest road to St. Veit/San Vito. The last part (about 2 kilometers) you drive on the main road, which is partially closed to cars from mid-July to mid-September.
    Difficulty: medium
    391 altitude up
    11 Km distance
    Cycling
    Hofladstrail
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The new, blue Hofratseck Trail circles playfully from the Bergkastelbahn mountain station over almost 2 kilometres through the pine trees to the Hofratseck, where it joins the red (and considerably rougher) Bergkastel Trail. However, you can also descend via a wide forest path to the valley station of the Bergkastelbahn or pedal gently uphill for 10 minutes to the Stieralm.
    Difficulty: easy
    130 altitude up
    2.2 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bike tour from Niederdorf/Villabassa to Pragser Wildsee lake
    Prags/Braies, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    The bike tour starts in Niederdorf/Villabassa and leads you along the bike path to Schmieden/Ferrara. From Schmieden/Ferrara you drive on the forest road to St. Veit/San Vito. The last part (about 2 kilometers) you drive on the main road, which is partially closed to cars from mid-July to mid-September.
    Difficulty: medium
    332 altitude up
    12 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bicycle "Via Claudia Augusta", part Naturno to Merano
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    Naturno - Plaus - Rablá - Tel - Lagundo - Merano

    The bicycle route along the Adige River passes along the ancient Via Claudia Augusta all the way to Merano/Meran. The Roman connection road between the North and the South passes along fruit courtyards, cultural points of views and brings the bicyclist easy to the Mediterranean small city of Merano/Meran. Until the Tel/Töll the path goes relatively flat. From the Tel/Töll downwards the path follows the downhill pathway passing by the thrones of Trauttmansdorff and the village of Lagundo/Algund.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    14 Km distance
    Cycling
    Pustertal Valley Bike Route Leg Bruneck - Franzenfeste
    Innichen/San Candido, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Brunico|Bruneck to Fortezza|Franzensfeste leg is rich in cultural and historical treasures that make the route unique. The settlements, fortresses, and historical monuments from Roman times through the Middle Ages line the bike path along the Rienza|Rienz, offering interesting insights into the history of the valley.

    Difficulty: easy
    369 altitude up
    34.8 Km distance
    Cycling
    208 Sellaronda MTB TOUR clockwise
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The clockwise Sellaronda MTB TOUR involves relatively few uphill metres to cycle (about 370 m), thanks to the use of lifts that allow the transport of mountain bikes and e-bikes. There are numerous trails that require good riding technique. The total time varies according to riding ability: from a minimum of 5 to a maximum of 9 hours, including lunch break.

    Difficulty: easy
    3750 altitude up
    62.1 Km distance
    Cycling
    Passeiertal Valley bike route (Merano-S. Leonardo)
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    A relaxing cycling path for nature lovers
    Length: about 20 km; difference in altitude: about 370 m.

    This slightly ascending and largely natural bike path leads from the center of Meran/Merano (the Sissi Statue in Elisabeth Park - Summer Promenade) along the Passer River, and ends in St. Leonhard/San Leonardo. This path does not lead directly through the villages that lie along its route, but cyclists can take a detour into anyone of them.

    Please note that the bus line 240 from Meran to St. Leonhard is not equipped for bicycle transport.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    20 Km distance
    Cycling
    MTB tour Gsiesertal/Val Casies valley Round (046)
    Toblach/Dobbiaco, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    This some demanding MTB tour leads to the neighboring Gsiesertal/Val Casies valley, where the demanding part, i.e. the vertical meters, is covered first. The second part of the round tour only has a small altitude difference.

    Difficulty: easy
    592 altitude up
    33.3 Km distance
    Cycling
    Pustertal Valley Bike Route Mühlbach - Innichen
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Pustertal Valley Bike Route is particularly suitable for bicycle tours and family cycling tours, for beginners but also for experts.

    Difficulty: easy
    564 altitude up
    62.3 Km distance
    Cycling
    eMTB-tour Gsiesertal/Val Casies valley (046)
    Toblach/Dobbiaco, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    This some demanding eMTB tour leads to the neighboring Gsiesertal/Val Casies valley, where the demanding part, i.e. the vertical meters, is covered first. The second part of the round tour only has a small altitude difference.

    Charging stations:
    Toblach/Dobbiaco center
    Hotel Gratschwirt
    Hotel Union
    Pircher Oberland
    Cheese Dairy Three Peaks

    Difficulty: medium
    613 altitude up
    33.7 Km distance
    Cycling
    MTB-Tour Prato Piazza/ Plätzwiese meadows (071)
    Toblach/Dobbiaco, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    This tour starts at the “Segeria/Säge" junction on forest path no. 37 towards Ponticello/Brückele. You follow this over a short section on the paved road to Ponticello/Brückele. There again the forest path no. 37 towards Prato Piazza/ Plätzwiese. When you have arrived on the Prato Piazza/ Plätzwiese high plateau, continue on the wide gravel road to the Rifugio Vallandro/Dürrensteinhütte - hut. After a recommended rest, you take the 7 km long descent on the wide military road towards Carbonin/Schluderbach. From there you follow the cycle path for 13 km to Dobbiaco/Toblach. From Dobbiaco/Toblach, an asphalt bike path leads you to Villabassa/Niederdorf and then to Braies/Prags to the starting point.
    Difficulty: easy
    954 altitude up
    42.3 Km distance
    Cycling
    Tour of the huts by bike at Meransen
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The tour of the huts starts from the Gitschberg cable car in Maranza (valley station - 1,428 m) and leads through a forest to the Pichler hut (1,918 m), continuing upwards towards the hut Nesselhütte (2,113 m) and the hut Gitschhütte (2,210 m). Returning to the hut Pichlerhütte and the hut Bacherhütte (1,744 m). At the end we return to the parking area "Altfasstal" and across the village to the starting point.

    Difficulty: medium
    966 altitude up
    15.6 Km distance
    Cycling
    Mühlbach "Steiner Mandl"(Jochtal)-Vals - Mühlbach
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    From the train station Mühlbach direction Aicha. From the parking lot opposite hotel "Sonneck" at Schabs the road does not lead steeply, but nevertheless well rising up to the village Spinges at the entrance of the Valser valley. But we do not drive directly into the village, but at the junction straight on up to the recreation area Bunker (parking and end of the asphalt road). The here starting forest path No. 9 to Anratterhütte in the Valser valley (towards mountain station Jochtal) it has sometimes in itself: Some steep passages require muscle power, and without good condition is sometimes synonymous pushes. Every now and then there is also recovery in the downhill. We follow the same path for a short distance, following the forest road to the Nockalm at the first intersection. At the next intersection, we keep left and continue downhill to "Valsegg" below Vals. If we stay on the forest road, we reach directly the Valser road, which we drive along a piece. Almost one kilometer after the "Badwirt", at the "Old Picture", the old Valser Straße starts to Mühlbach

    Difficulty: medium
    1553 altitude up
    30.7 Km distance
    Cycling
    207 Sellaronda MTB TOUR counterclockwise
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The counter-clockwise Sellaronda MTB Tour has a total altitude difference of approx. 1,020 m to ride uphill and descents that vary from single trails to gravel roads. It is therefore suitable for uphill cycling with or without pedal assistance/e-bike. The time required varies according to MTB riding ability: from a minimum of 6 to a maximum of 9 hours, including lunch break.

    Difficulty: easy
    3501 altitude up
    60.3 Km distance
    Cycling
    Pustertal Valley Bike Route : Leg Innichen - Bruneck
    Toblach/Dobbiaco, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    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. 

    Difficulty: easy
    684 altitude up
    35.0 Km distance
    Bikepark
    Gardenaccia Freeride Biking Route
    Badia, Dolomites Region Alta Badia
    Freeriding is one of the most adrenaline-pumping ways to ride a bike. Mountain bikes are used to descend mountain paths with bumps, jumps and various natural obstacles such as roots, stones and bushes.
    In the Gardenaccia Freeride Bike Park, starting from the mountain station of the Gardenaccia chairlift at an altitude of 1,750 m, two routes have been created:
    - the first one, more difficult, is for bikers who already have good riding skills, looking for strong emotions
    - the second is easier and suitable for less experienced bikers.
    The start of the bike park can be reached by taking the Gardenaccia chairlift from La Villa.
    At the Gardenaccia chairlift there is the possibility to rent freeride bikes.
    0 altitude up
    0.0 m distance
    Cycling
    303a Trail Arena Tour
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    Flow lovers will love this tour. The Trail Arena Val Gardena is probably the most panorama-rich trail park in the Alps and impresses not only with its wonderful views, but also with its 4 flow trails and the challenging freeride trail. All in all, a circuit around the tourist stronghold of Wolkenstein, with bends, jumps and lots of speed. Those who like it really technical will love to ride the Ciampinoi trail. Thanks to the 5 lifts of the Trail Arena (Dantercepies, Cir, Piz Seteur, Gran Paradiso, Ciampinoi), which can be used with the Trail Arena Ticket or with the Super Summer Card, there are hardly any metres in altitude that have to be pedalled uphill and the trails can be repeated as many times you want.

    Difficulty: easy
    2018 altitude up
    29.2 Km distance
    Cycling
    Day trip to Trento
    Laives/Leifers, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    A leisurely day trip along the Adige cycle route to the beautiful city of Trento.

    Difficulty: easy
    123 altitude up
    56.4 Km distance
    Cycling
    Brenner-Bozen Bicycle Route
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    This bike route through the Isarco Valley is a pleasure tour that offers idyllic scenery. Rolling hills, small towns and cultural treasures line this well-marked bike route, which leads from Brennero to South Tyrol’s capital city of Bolzano. The Brennero/Brenner–Bolzano/Bozen Bike Route starts at the Brenner Pass and runs along the former railway line, which is at a slight downhill grade, to Vipiteno/Sterzing. The marked bike path then continues, partly flat and with a light ascent, through picturesque villages and small hamlets up to Franzensfeste Fortress, past Lake Vahrn, and along the Kastanienweg (Chestnut) Trail towards Novacella/Neustift Abbey and then continuing on towards Bressanone/Brixen. The section from Bressanone to Bolzano is again a brisk ride through the narrow Isarco Valley, with a stopover in the little artists’ town of Chiusa/Klausen, known for its imposing hilltop Säben Abbey. From there, the route continues to the capital city of Bolzano. The Brennero/Brenner–Bolzano/Bozen Bike Route runs a total length of 96 kilometers from Brennero to Bolzano.

    Difficulty: easy
    327 altitude up
    103 Km distance
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