Excellent trails, fantastic panoramas and rustic huts – South Tyrol has everything that makes a biker's heart beat faster. From April to June, the mountain flowers come sprouting out of the mossy ground, and fill the air with their tangy fragrance, while the sun keeps you warm into the evening hours. 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 start you off into the season, Bikehotels Südtirol have prepared the best Tours for you.
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This tour is recommended starting in the direction of Schluderns, as the drive from Laas to Alitz would otherwise strain the forces too much. The first part of the tour you drive over the Vinschgauer cycle path to Schluderns. After that, a steep section takes you to Tanas. From Gschneier the slope is lower again and you can enjoy the fantastic view over the Vinschgau.
From Seespitz single trail 29 to Forstweg 27A, left Forstweg 27A to intersection with Forstweg 27, single trail 27A to quarry, single trail 27A to road to Aschbach, continue on road to Töll.Route: forest road, root passages, stones, loose boulders, steep to very steep, up to 30cm high heels, some narrow stretches, some hairpin bends, some washed out, flowing sections, no railing fencing, some crossings with forest roads
93 km, 2,150 meters high. These are the key facts of the road bike tour around the Nonsberg Group, which connects the South of South Tyrol with the holiday region of Merano and the surrounding area. The Pässetour is one of the most popular in the region, it offers exciting slopes, beautiful winding mountain roads and exciting panoramas from the Texel Group over the Dolomites to the Brenta. The road bike tour begins in Andriano and leads over St. Michael over the 14 km long and wonderfully shaped pass road on the Mendel Pass. From here 4 km to the parking Penegal (Attention: very steep) and down to Fondo. Follow the 13 km long road onto the Gampenpass. Return to the starting point via Naraun to Lana and Nals.