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Get into the flow

Best trails, culture and enjoyment in  Vinschgau 

A dense network of over 80 well-signposted Mountainbike tours, crosses the sunny Vinschgau. From March to the end of November, the temperatures are mild and favor bike tours for everyone eager to explore Vischgau on two wheels. Whether you prefer cycling across landscapes without haste, or with more adrenaline to ride faster – the carefully designed cycle paths and trails have different difficulty levels and stretch from low to higher altitudes. They have plenty in store: strolls through historic villages, forests and meadows, visits to monuments, castles, fortresses and alpine pastures. The high-mountain landscape, gives you awe-inspiring views on the surrounding mountains and diverse alpine features. By the way: „Shared Trails“ is the reality here. Hikers and cyclists meet on the same way, have respect for each other and share a common goal, namely to experience nature intensively. To recharge you batteries, stop at traditional inns and alpine farms where you'll be served typical South Tyrolean dishes in a cozy ambience.

By bike through Vinschgau

A MTB navigation system ensures you better orientation in Vinschgau. It leads you safely through forests and meadows. Moreover, there is GPS satellite signal all over Vinschgau. When you get hungry, you can allow yourself a stop at one of our huts!

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Get into the flow

For your biking holiday in Vinschgau/Val Venosta, we have some tips to make your time in the saddle more pleasant: many activities, sights, and accommodations!


An acknowledged bike destination, you'll find all needed services in Vischgau/Val Venosta. From bike rentals to bike stores as well as several charging stations for e-bikes, you'll have everything!

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Cycling safely and fairly

Whether you are road biking or riding with an e-MTB - you'll find some basic rules for how to reach your destination.

Good planning is at the start of all bike tours. Are the basic requirements for the tour met? Your health and bicycle conditions must be in top shape. Do you have your equipment in mind? You'd better double-check! Pack sufficiently warm, waterproof, windproof clothing, a repair kit, your phone - EU emergency number is 112 - lights and food. Take your sunglasses and gloves with you and wear them. Maps or GPS navigation apps will help you find directions. Check the route and the weatehr forecast before your ride, put your helmet on and you're all set!

Once you hop in the saddle, pedal on the designated trails and follow any detours or barriers to always respect the bicyle laws. Yield to pedestrians: slow down and announce that you're coming up behind them; if you meet hikers, it's common courtesy to greet. Above all, you should always stay alert in order to be able to react to unexpected situations. Don't brake too quickly. If you lose traction of you wheels and apply both brakes firmly, the path can be damaged. Sometimes a route can take you onto a busy road: keep a safe distance from vehicles and the roadside. Don't ride side by side. Moreover, riding a bike benefits animals and the environment. During daylight hours you won't disturb shy forest dwellers; but if you must cross a cow pasture, approach the animals slowly and close the pasture fence's gate after passing. Avoid noise and take your trash bag with you. Be yourself the cyclist you would like to meet!

In critical situations, the SOS EU ALP app gives you assistance. It locates where you are and your position is then transmitted to the responsible control center, which can provide notifications to the medical services, mountain rescue, ground or air rescue units. This safety service is available in South Tyrol’s regions and Bavaria.