Excellent trails, fantastic panoramas and rustic huts – South Tyrol has everything that makes a mountainbiker's heart beat faster. Now is the perfect time to enjoy the sound of two wheels rolling downhill on curvy trails and roads, feeling the breeze in your face and relishing the perfect flow. To guarantee you a perfect season, Bikehotels South Tyrol have prepared the best tours for you.
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Within a few years, Roland Stauder's Stoneman Trail, in the face of the Sesto Dolomites, has become an absolute MTB classic in South Tyrol. Marked with stone males, the 120 km long tour leads through the fascinating mountains of the Alta Pusteria, 4,000 vertical meters, it is necessary to cope and get 5 stamps at designated places. Taking the Stoneman Trail in a single day under the wheels, requires quite a lot of fitness, but is feasible. All others can beat the Stoneman Trail in several daily stages (about 1,500 hm each): on the first day the marina, on the second day the Sillianer hut with humble passage and on the third day Passo Silvella and Co. Who all stages in the sack, the Stonemantrophä beckons. The BikeHotels in Sexten cooperate with Roland and offer guided Stoneman tours.
Wonderful panoramic tour over the Alpe di Siusi up to Tierser Alpl. Plenty of depth meters ensure pure fun down to Seis. With the orbit it goes without effort on the Alpe di Siusi. From here you crank over the asphalt road "yoke" uphill comfortably to the Mahlknecht hut. Now begins the sweaty and steep driveway to Tierser Alpl, up to 20% slope can be mastered here. But the view from the beautifully situated refuge is worth the effort. (Refreshments available). On flowigen Wiesentrails the tour leads to the Zallinger, then rolls on gravel enjoyable downhill to Saltria. The road leads back to Compatsch, where the descent to Seis begins. A narrow and partly blocked trail circles down towards Bad Ratzes. (Caution: When wet, it is very slippery here) A very flowiger path through the forest then forms the crowning glory of this great MTB tour.
The Fanes circuit is undoubtedly an MTB classic and a must for lovers of breathtaking panoramas, demanding ascents and flowing trails, all in the heart of the fabled area of the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park. The Fanes round starts in St. Vigil and leads via Pederü on steep military roads to the Fanes hut. After a rest, you will go to the emerald-green Lake Limo. The descent to Capanna Alpina is very demanding, the trail down to San Cassiano and La Villa but then worth the effort. We recommend not doing the Fanes round in August, so experience shows that many hikers are on the way.
As much panorama and trail selection as on the 22 km long Bike Highline Merano (o) does not happen every day. The Highline, launched in 2014, connects the Vigiljoch in the east with the Marzoner Alm at an altitude of 1,500 m. It is particularly pleasant that you do not necessarily have to master the ascent to the highline on your own, because you can save weight either from Rabland with the Aschbachbahn to the mountain trail for mountain bikers or by shuttle. However, if you do not want to splash out and want to give up juice, you can choose from six different uphills.