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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
    Valley Bike Path: Campo Tures-Brunico
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    Who does not have a bicycle can rent a good bike in one of the various rental stations in Campo Tures/Sand in Taufers.

    Difficulty: easy
    47 altitude up
    17 Km distance
    Cycling
    Cycle path München-Venezia
    Niederdorf/Villabassa, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    Enjoy cycling and cross the Alps to the Adriatic sea

    The new long-distance cycle path Munich-Venice closes the gap between the alpine crossings of the Eastern Alps and connects the southernmost German metropolis with the pearl of the lagoon on the Adriatic.In the middle of this itinerary there are spectacular landscapes for all those who want to enjoy the challenge on two wheels. This 560 kilometer link gives the right weight to the most ecological and important means of transport in the world: the bicycle.

    This multiple day tour leads through 3 countries, 3 cultures, including natural oases and cultural highlights. There are very good bus and train connections and numerous bike-friendly accommodations along the route. In South Tyrol, right behind the Brenner Pass, you can enjoy the alpine-mediterranean lifestyle and the southern ambience of the cities of South Tyrol. Let yourself be enchanted by the majestic beauty of the world-famous Three Peaks in the UNESCO World Heritage - Dolomites. Take advantage of the numerous opportunities to discover South Tyrol on a trekking bike. Well-developed cycle routes not only connect the cities of South Tyrol, but also lead you into the quiet side valleys surrounded by the Alps and the imposing Dolomites.


    Difficulty: easy
    1656 altitude up
    132.1 Km distance
    Cycling
    MTB tour Silvestertal Valley round (041)
    Toblach/Dobbiaco, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The mountainbike roundtour with the Silvesteralm/Malga San Silvestro hut and the Lachwiesenhütte/Rifugio Lachwiesen hut, which invite you to stop for a break, runs mainly on forest paths in the middle of the forest. This tour does not have any difficult parts.

     

    Difficulty: easy
    715 altitude up
    25.1 Km distance
    Cycling
    Castelfeder – Merano - Val Venosta
    Salorno/Salurn, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    Dieser Strecke ist ein Teilstück des bekannten Etschradweges und des Radweges Via Claudia Augusta. Hier erleben Sie die beeindruckende Landschaften und die zauberhafte Natur Südtirols. Empfehlens-wert ist ein Abstecher in die Kurstadt Meran, bekannt für zahlreiche Museen und Sehenswürdigkeiten, und den botanische Gärten von „Schloss Trautmannsdorf“.

    Difficulty: medium
    1741 altitude up
    121.4 Km distance
    Cycling
    Giro Montecosta (061)
    Niederdorf/Villabassa, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    After the first steep climb the circuit is easy to ride and can be shortened at several points.

    Difficulty: easy
    656 altitude up
    25.5 Km distance
    Cycling
    Castelfeder – Trient – Garda
    Auer/Ora, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    Die Radtour führt entlang der Etsch, vorbei an üppigen Obstplantagen und fruchtbaren Weingärten bis nach Trient und zum Gardasee. Bekannt für das milde Klima und die mediterrane Vegetation, zählt der Gardasee zu den schönsten und beeindruckendsten Naturregionen Italiens.

    Difficulty: medium
    1033 altitude up
    92 Km distance
    Cycling
    Drei Almen Tour
    Graun im Vinschgau/Curon Venosta, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    From Graun, the wonderful Langtaufers valley opens up to the east. First, follow the asphalt road in the direction of Melag until the fork in Kapron. In Kapron, turn right in the direction of Riegl and then follow the shady forest path to the Kaproner Alm alpine pasture (1,960 m), which is closed. Continue slightly up and down to the Masebner Alm alpine pasture, which is closed as well. Following the path upwards, sometimes a bit steep - arrive at the Maseben mountain hut at 2,267 m. Here the innkeeper of the hut welcomes guests with traditional schnapps and local foods. The 2 km back to the Masebner Alm continue towards the valley and Karlin creek. Once on the forest road, turn right and follow a beautiful forest path along the rushing stream to the Melager Alm alpine pasture. Enjoy the views of the glacier world from the rest areas and then follow the forest path again on the orographic left bank to Riegl. Here go briefly uphill to the main road in Kapron. This road will lead you back to Graun.

    Difficulty: easy
    1020 altitude up
    26.6 Km distance
    Cycling
    Cycling Path Niederdorf/Villabassa - Sexten/Sesto
    Sexten/Sesto, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    You start your tour to Sexten/Sesto in Niederdorf/Villabassa. You leave the village in an easterly direction. Then turn right at Camping Olympia. Here you follow the bike path past the beautiful villages of Toblach/Dobbiaco and Innichen/San Candido, which are worth a visit. Your tour continues into the Sexten/Sesto Valley. Also suitable for e-bikes.

     

    Difficulty: medium
    233 altitude up
    17.4 Km distance
    Cycling
    Cycle path Niederdorf/Villabassa - Bruneck/Brunico
    Niederdorf/Villabassa, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    Beautiful family bike route from Niederdorf/Villabassa to Bruneck/Brunico. You start your bike tour in the direction of Welsberg/Monguelfo, past the reservoir in the direction of Olang/Valdora. There you will pass playgrounds, to the delight of the little bike lovers. Now you follow the bike route for about 10 km to the worth seeing city of Bruneck/Brunico.
    Difficulty: medium
    176 altitude up
    16.4 Km distance
    Cycling
    Cycle path Niederdorf/Villabassa - Cortina d´Ampezzo
    Badia, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    From Niederdorf/Villabassa take the bike path in the direction of Lienz along the railroad to Toblach/Dobbiaco. To the right in the direction of Cortina (signposted), the cycling route from Toblach/Dobbiaco leads along the disused railroad line. The route leads in a southerly direction always slightly uphill past Toblach/Dobbiaco Lake, the war cemetery, 3 Zinnen Blick and Dürrensee lake, with Monte Cristallo to the highest point, the Gemärk Pass. This is at 1,530 m above sea level, from which begins the descent to Cortina, with a view of the famous Tofane. Descending, the bike path goes through a tunnel and the subsequent high bridge with a view of Cortina. From Cortina back to Toblach/Dobbiaco, in the summer season, buses with bike trailers run the Cortina Express bus company (advance reservation required).
    Difficulty: medium
    500 altitude up
    36.1 Km distance
    Cycling
    Cycling Path Niederdorf/Villabassa - Antholz Valley
    Niederdorf/Villabassa, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    You start your bike tour in Niederdorf/Villabassa. Along the Platari you get to Welsberg/Monguelfo. There you follow the cycle path past the Valdaora reservoir to Rasen/Rasun. From Rasen/Rasun to Antholz Niedertal valley you will only find a very small difference in altitude. You will pass Antholz Mittertal vally and Antholz Obertal Vally. Your destination is the Anholzer See lake at 1,640m. Also suitable for e-bikes.

     

    Difficulty: easy
    742 altitude up
    31.0 Km distance
    Cycling
    Cycle Route Niederdorf/Villabassa - Prags/Braies
    Gsies/Valle di Casies, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    Pleasant bike ride to Schmieden/Ferrara in Prags/Braies. You start your bike tour in Niederdorf/Villabassa. First you follow the bike path in the direction of Welsberg/Monguelfo for about 3km. Now it goes along the Pragser Bach river. You reach the village of Schmiedern/Ferrara.
    From 07/10/ - 09/10/ the Braies Valley will be traffic calmed. It is possible to continue driving to the Pragser Wildsee during this period of time. Also suitable for e-bikes.

     

    Difficulty: easy
    115 altitude up
    5.8 Km distance
    Cycling
    Dolomites cycle path: Route Toblach/Dobbiaco - Cortina
    Toblach/Dobbiaco, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The scenery is dominated by the panorama of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage. The route follows the old railway from Toblach/Dobbiaco to Cortina d´Ampezzo, from the Hochpustertal/Alta Pusteria valley across the Höhlensteintal/Val di Landro valley, past lakes and the View of the Three Peaks.  

    WARNING: CLOSURE WITH DEVIATION FROM 01.04.2022
    In the period from 01.04. to 09.07.2022, the rink route from the Nordic Arena - Dobbiaco Lake to the Nasswand will be closed with diversion to an alternative route.
    Planimetry

    Difficulty: easy
    563 altitude up
    30.7 Km distance
    Cycling
    Mountainbike-Tour IV Oberbozen - Rittner Horn
    Ritten/Renon, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    From the mountain station of the cable car, the Schwarzsee Spitze along the beautifully laid out alpine path the wide alpine pastures between Unterhorn and the Rittner Alm, until at the Gasteiger Sattel you can look far into the mountain world of the Dolomites and Sarntal Alps. A beautiful mountain bike tour on comfortable paths with lots of panoramic views and several places to stop for refreshments.
    Difficulty: easy
    704 altitude up
    32.5 Km distance
    Cycling
    Algund - Meran - Passeier Valley
    Algund/Lagundo, Meran/Merano and environs

    From Algund to Meran in the direction of the Passeier Valley. Before you come to the Zenoberg bridge, which leads across the Gilf canyon, turn right uphill to the Passer dam. The cycle path leads you mostly on gravelled road along the river Passer, which you must cross (bridges) several times. Passing the villages of Riffian, Saltaus and St. Martin. The road is well marked and without extended uphill runs until St. Leonhard.

    Difficulty: easy
    456 altitude up
    24.7 Km distance
    Cycling
    Assenhütte-Tour
    Schenna/Scena, Meran/Merano and environs

    This is a short, easy tour that begins in the small hamlet Videgg. The Videgger Assen are a collection of steep mountain pastures that are still mown by hand in summer months.

    Difficulty: easy
    266 altitude up
    2.6 Km distance
    Cycling
    Cycling Path Niederdorf/Villabassa - Val Casies/ Gsiesertal Valley
    Niederdorf/Villabassa, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    You start your bike ride in Villabassa/Niederdorf. Along the `Platari` road you will arrive in Monguelfo/Welsberg. Once in the center of the village, follow the road on the banks of the river. You reach the hamlets of `Oberplanken` and` Preindl`, where you cross the river and the road. From here follow the road to San Martino. Apart from two climbs, this tour is easy and also suitable for e-bikes.

    Difficulty: easy
    369 altitude up
    21.9 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bike & hike from Oberbozen to Rittner Horn
    Ritten/Renon, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    A combined tour by mountain bike and on foot in the heart of South Tyrol to the summit of the Rittner Horn. From Oberbozen to the Schwarzseespitze and the Rittner Horn. Bike & hike to the 360° panoramic summit in the heart of South Tyrol.

    From the top station of the Ritten cable car in Oberbozen through light-flooded forests and meadows to Pemmern. With the cable car you "float" to the Schwarzseespitze (2,069 m) and from there you hike on comfortable paths to the summit of the Rittner Horn at 2,260 m, from where you can enjoy a unique panorama of South Tyrol's mountain world. A combined tour by mountain bike and on foot in the heart of South Tyrol.

    This MTB tour starts in Oberbozen at the mountain station of the cable car Ritten and follows the road in a westerly direction (sign and marking no. 2), at the fork in the road near the stores slightly uphill to the Zagglermoos and left through the small commercial zone to the beginning of the "Wald-Wild-Wunder-Weg". Here you turn left into the "Stauseeweg" (the family hiking trail is a pushing trail for bikers) until you reach the "Lobishof". Continue along the wide hiking trail (marking 18 A) to the "Bacherle", past the "Moserhof" to the country road (be careful at the junction). Here you turn right and follow the road for about 100 m to the bus stop in Riggermoos. Now cross the road to the left and walk moderately steep (marking no. 6) through the sparse "Gunggelwald" forest to the Tann. At the bus stop "Tann" follow the road with little traffic or the flanking footpath (marking no. 1) to Pemmern. At the valley station of the mountain railroad you buy the ticket for the entertaining ride, which saves you about 500 meters of ascent. Here a magnificent panorama opens up, from the western Dolomites, to the Brenta and Ortler groups, to the Ötztal Alps. Now you hike along the comfortable alpine path (marking no. 19 and later no. 1) on a slight incline to the "Unterhorn" and from there slightly ascending to the Rittner Horn shelter, which is located directly on the summit. The descent is again via trail no. 1 to the Unterhornhaus and always following trail no. 1 to the Schönalm and back to the bicycle parking area to Pemmern (1,538 m).

    Altitude difference: 681 m
    Highest point on the route: 2.260 m
    Lowest point on the route: 1.221 m
    Pure driving time: 3 hours 30 minutes
    Difficulty: easy blue S0-S1
    Difficulty: easy
    494 altitude up
    17.0 Km distance
    Cycling
    Gsteier-Tour
    Schenna/Scena, Meran/Merano and environs

    Overlooking the Ifinger is the farmstead Gsteier. This very beautiful destination was always popular and sought after. The ride on the mountain bike, which is done exclusively on the paved farm access road, is not particularly long, but very steep.

    Difficulty: easy
    790 altitude up
    6.7 Km distance
    Cycling
    Via Claudia Augusta, Andriano-Appiano-Caldaro-Salorno
    Andrian/Andriano, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    Those deciding on the rather more challenging and scenically rewarding Überetsch variation of the Via Claudia Augusta should remain on the orographic right side of the Etschtal in Andriano/Andrian, following the old wine road to Riva di Sotto/Unterrain.

    This variation ascends to San Paolo/St. Pauls in Überetsch up to the two largest wine producing municipalities in South Tyrol, Appiano/Eppan and Caldaro/Kaltern. Just after Appiano, head down to the Kalterer See lake, the warmest bathing lake in the Alps, and on to the village of Termeno/Tramin, famed for its Gewürztraminer wine. With their vineyards and wineries, the picturesque wine villages further to the south, Cortaccia/Kurtatsch, Magrè/Margreid and Cortina all'Adige/Kurtinig, are also well worth a visit. At Egna/Neumarkt, the two variations meet up once more at the Via Claudia Augusta on the Etschtal Cycle Path leading to Salorno/Salurn and then on to Italian-speaking Trentino.

    Tip: an interactive route planner of the Via Claudia Augusta is available at www.viaclaudia.org

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    37.5 Km distance
    Cycling
    Fanes Senes MTB Tour: beautiful, smart, invincible
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    A heroic ride through the empire of the Ladin legend Dolasila

    She was beautiful, she was brave and she was smart: Dolasila, the Princess of Fanes and a legendary warrior, led her people on the battlefields of what is today the national park Fanes Senes Prags. Her story is packed with magical creatures and glorious victories, with treachery and deceit. Ride through the setting of this Ladin national epic on the Fanes Senes-Tour.

     

     

    A Ladin Epic:

    In ancient days the high plains of Fanes were ruled by a ruthless king. His beautiful daughter, however, was just the contrary. In a sign of gratitude for her compassion, the dwarfs at the Silver Lake in Canazei rewarded her with a white armour and unfailing arrows that made her invincible. After her first great battle at the Kronplatz the warrior led the Fanes people in a series of victories. Yet Dolasila was also exposed to treachery and deceit – from her enemies, but also from her own people...

     

    Difficulty: easy
    2231 altitude up
    55.1 Km distance
    Cycling
    Passo Giau
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    From San Vigilio, follow the main road to Corvara, where the zigzags begin for Passo Campolongo. Cross the pass, follow the road downhill for Arabba and then Selva di Cadore. Here is where the very hard ascent of about 900m of difference in height begins, towards Passo Giau, one of the most breathtaking passes in the Dolomites. Continue downhill to Pocol, a small village before Cortina where, on the left, you take the last ascent to Passo Falzarego. Lastly pass through Passo Valparola, San Cassiano, La Villa and Longega, and back to San Vigilio.

    Difficulty: medium
    4144 altitude up
    132.8 Km distance
    Cycling
    Bressanone and Passo delle Erbe
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    From San Vigilio, pass through Pieve di Marebbe, follow the scenic road to Sares and San Martino (municipality of San Lorenzo) where, near the gravel quarry, you cross the main road and take the Val Pusteria cycle path, as far as Bistro Lanz in Sciaves. Leave the cycle path, taking the right turn onto the road to Sciaves, pass the old bishopric of Bressanone and arrive to Millan, where four hairpin bends lead you to S. Andrea. Here the tiring ascent begins, through dense conifer woods. Cross over the crossroads with the Funes road and continue as far as Passo delle Erbe. Lastly, return to San Vigilio via Antermoia, San Martin and Longega.

    Difficulty: medium
    2358 altitude up
    100.1 Km distance
    Cycling
    Castelfeder – Bolzano – Valle Isarco
    Salorno/Salurn, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    Der Radweg führt über das schöne Etschtal zwischen der Landeshauptstadt Bozen, dem mittelalterliche Städtchen Klausen und der Bischofsstadt Brixen entlang.

    Difficulty: easy
    1288 altitude up
    76.1 Km distance
    Cycling
    Pustertal Valley Cycle Route: Leg Innichen/San Candido - Toblach/Dobbiaco - Bruneck/Brunico
    Toblach/Dobbiaco, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    The cycle path from Toblach/Dobbiaco to Bruneck/Brunico is particularly suitable for beginners and families with children. With hardly any inclines, rest areas and playgrounds along the way, this day trip is particularly popular with little cyclists.
    You can go home comfortably on the new trains, which can also take back your bicycles. Alternatively, the bikes can be borrowed in Toblach and returned in Bruneck.
    Difficulty: medium
    309 altitude up
    31.3 Km distance
    Cycling
    Plan de Corones tour
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Start in the centre of San Vigilio and take the provincial road to Pieve di Marebbe, pass the Passo Furcia and arrive to Valdaora. In the centre of Valdaora di Mezzo turn left on the tarmacked cycle path. Pass Castel Lamberto to reach Riscone. Continue on the provincial road as far as Santo Stefano and San Lorenzo. Before San Lorenzo, take the underpass and follow the road to San Martin (municipality of San Lorenzo) and Sares. Lastly, return to San Vigilio via Pieve di Marebbe along a beautiful scenic and very quiet road.

    Difficulty: medium
    1252 altitude up
    47.8 Km distance
    Cycling
    MTB Plan de Corones-Tour
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

     

    Demanding and varied circular tour on San Vigilio local mountain. Includes some the most peaceful routes to one of the most highly developed mountains in the region. Tip: You should not forget to include a visit to the MMM Corones (Messner Mountain Museum)!

     

     

    Difficulty: easy
    1143 altitude up
    25.5 Km distance
    Cycling
    Val d’Adige cycling track Vinschgau Mals - Algund
    Algund/Lagundo, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Vinschger railway is ideal for enhancing your cycling experience in South Tyrol. Due to the new Vinschger railway, the Vinschgau region can also now be discovered by a combination of train and bike. The railway connects the garden village of Lagundo aslike the spa town of Meran with the village of Mals. There are six railway stations along the line that offer a bike borrow service (mid April to beginning of November): Meran, Naturns, Latsch, Spondinig, Schlanders and Mals.


    Bikes can be hired and returned at different stations. The hire 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).

    Due to the incredible success of bike admittance on trains, there was not enough space on the trains for passengers and bikes. For this reason, restrictions had to be applied at that time. This restriction is still valid at the railways stations of Meran and Algund if you enter with your bike for the journey going towards the Vinschgau region. If this applies to you at some stage, you can use an alternative service: the bike shuttle. This bus runs six times daily from Meran to Mals, i.e. at 9.16 am / 9.46 a.m. / 9.46 a.m. / 10.16 a.m. / 11.16 a.m. / 4.16 p.m. and 5.16 p.m. Afterwards, your bike can be picked up at one of the bike borrow stations of your choice, which are at the following stations: Naturns, Latsch, Schlanders, Spondinig or Mals.

    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 hire 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’ borrow 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
    110 altitude up
    58.7 Km distance
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