On the trails, get set, go! South Tyrol's BikeHotels are waiting for you

Mountain Biking Collection by
Bikehotels Südtirol

Excellent rides, fantastic panoramas, rustic huts and mountain bike hotels who know what mountain bikers are looking for - South Tyrol offers everything you need for a perfect bike holiday.

The biking season starts earlier in the Alps south of the Brenner than elsewhere. While in other regions winter is still a force to contend with, in the Vinschgau and Merano region, south of South Tyrol, Eggental and Bressanone/Brixen, mild temperatures and dry trails will tempt you from the middle of March. South Tyrol is therefore ideal for the spontaneous escape of winter and everyday life in spring.

BikeHotels South Tyrol have selected 3 x 3 of the most beautiful mountain bike rides as inspiration for your spring bike trip to South Tyrol and provide you with a carefree bike holiday on site.

If you are looking for a safe bike garage, bike wash, laundry service and personal trip advice, BikeHotels South Tyrol is the right partner for you. All certified bike hotels and bike schools in South Tyrol, as well as packages and regional information, can be found at bikehotels.it.

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Tours & Highlights

  • Difficult
    03:44
    21.4 mi
    5.7 mph
    4,450 ft
    4,500 ft
    Expert mountain bike ride. Very good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. Some portions of the Tour may require you to carry your bike.

    This mountain bike round is quite long, but rather simple, so you can fully enjoy it. It leads you to the idyllic Lake Fennberg, which invites you to a refreshing bath.The starting point is the Gasthof Terzer, which is completely geared to bikers and is ideally suited as a base camp for your bike tours. From Tramin it goes on asphalt to Söll and steeply up to the Gummerer farms. A gravel road leads you from vineyards to the village of Graun. Once again, you have to step in and then a quiet and little-used mountain road spits you up on Lake Fennberg, inviting you for a refreshing bath. So you should not forget your swimming trunks.Such a bath is well known to be hungry. In the nearby inn, you can strengthen yourself again before departure, before you can enjoy the long descent down to the hotel.

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  • Difficult
    03:27
    21.0 mi
    6.1 mph
    3,475 ft
    3,725 ft
    Expert mountain bike ride. Very good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. Some portions of the Tour may require you to carry your bike.

    Lukas Terzer comes from Kurtatsch, is an innkeeper by passion and loves racing cycling and mountain biking. One of his favorite tours he presents here:"Start of the tour is in Kurtatsch. First, the forest trail is taken to Tramin, where there are some varied driving technique features. Here it is also possible to branch off into the small bike park with switchbacks and adjoining bends.In Söll leads a flowiger trail to Lake Kaltern. There we take the Seewanderweg to Kaltern and further into the Friedensweg to Altenburg, where there are some cool viewpoints. Arrived in Altenburg it goes into the Traminer Höhenweg.After a short sliding passage you come to a very beautiful viewing platform and from here over a mostly flowigen trail to Sitzkofel and on the mountain trail or the Lochweg (difficult) back to Kurtatsch. "The customer review has been automatically translated from German.

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  • Intermediate
    02:43
    16.1 mi
    5.9 mph
    2,800 ft
    2,800 ft
    Intermediate mountain bike ride. Good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary.

    Kurt Resch is undoubtedly one of the most active bike hoteliers in South Tyrol. With his wife Sonja he throws the hotel Steineggerhof in Steinegg. Here he reveals us one of his trail classics."The MTB tour from Steinegg to Gummer and the observatory offers mountain bikers fantastic views of the Eggental, towards Latemar and the Black and White Horn. To get there, first go to the chapel Kaserer Bild and direction Gummer.At Gasthof Vajolet turn right to Untereggerhof, where South Tyrol's only observatory is located. An ideal place for a photo shoot with the Dolomite giants in the background. The way back to Steinegg leads first direction Karneid and then on some challenging trails (with 200 meters long sliding passage) back to the starting point. "

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  • Difficult
    03:31
    15.6 mi
    4.5 mph
    3,625 ft
    3,625 ft
    Expert mountain bike ride. Very good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. Some portions of the Tour may require you to carry your bike.

    Boris Frei is an avid mountain biker and hotelier. Together with his partner Susanne he runs the chic Design Hotel Tyrol. For spring, he recommends a varied panorama tour in the Meraner Land.The tour starts in Rabland. It goes on the bike path towards Töll and over the Adige to the Gasthof Senn am Egg. After another 7 kilometers we reach the viewpoint Eckarter Kanzel. We continue to Eggerhof and after a leisurely rest, it goes back into the trail to the starting point.

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  • Difficult
    02:07
    12.0 mi
    5.7 mph
    2,050 ft
    2,025 ft
    Expert mountain bike ride. Good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. Some portions of the Tour may require you to carry your bike.

    Peter Eisenkeil is the boss of the Vitalpina Hotel Waldhof in Rabland. For the early start of the season, Peter recommends a sunny tour in the direction of Vellau."We start our tour in Rabland and go to Parcines. After about ten kilometers we reach Vellau and then the Gasthof Oberlechner. From here it is partly down the ascent again, until soon a trail branches off. This brings us to Oberplars and to the Old Country Road and on the bike path back to the starting point. "

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  • Intermediate
    01:52
    13.1 mi
    7.0 mph
    1,450 ft
    1,475 ft
    Intermediate mountain bike ride. Good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary.

    The "Little Brixen Giro" is an ideal trail tour for spring and autumn. Due to its manageable length, it can easily be started around lunchtime, but you are still back in the hotel before dark.After the start in Brixen it goes along the Eisack to Neustift path and over asphalt, gravel and trails to Schabs. There begins the "Stegerbühel round", a traillastiger section to Natz. Here you continue to Elvas and take the way back to Bressanone.

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  • Intermediate
    03:41
    27.3 mi
    7.4 mph
    2,850 ft
    2,875 ft
    Intermediate mountain bike ride. Good fitness required. Suitable for all skill levels.

    Alex Resch is a bike host of the first hour and runs the Hotel Goldene Krone in the city center of Bressanone. Whenever he has the time, he is on his mountain bike and introduces you here - as he says - small but fine tour, which is ideal for the season start around Bressanone.You start and end in Brixen at the hotel, so that you drive as warmup and cooldown about 13 kilometers along the Eisack, which is quite attractive but not very spectacular. You can save on this journey to the actual tour by taking the regional train from Bressanone to Klausen, which lasts just under seven minutes. And then it starts!"You start in the picturesque old town of Klausen in the south. As soon as you cross Tinnebach, the road turns right into Tinnetal. After about four and a half kilometers, you will reach the fairytale castle Garnstein, where you continue on the right.You stay on the road and reach after a good hour or nine kilometers the beautifully situated village Latzfons. Below the village starts the path (and short trail) "Nr. 1a ", which brings you to Verdings. Here begins the sporty part of the tour. On trail no. 1 you will reach Pardell and from there continue on the Keschtnweg to the steep ramp, which will take you to Säben Monastery.You do not drive / push this up, but turn left into the hairpin bends of the Säbener Promenade. If you still do not descend to Branzoll Castle, you will have the opportunity to flash all your skills over the old stone steps into the city. The last meters you drive through the winding streets of this charming town, before you return to the starting point "

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  • Difficult
    03:06
    19.3 mi
    6.2 mph
    3,250 ft
    3,250 ft
    Expert mountain bike ride. Very good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. Some portions of the Tour may require you to carry your bike.

    Toni Überbacher from Hotel Jonathan in Natz owe this tour tip to us. He runs the recently renovated hotel with his family and is on the bike whenever possible."You start in Natz and drive south to the Stations of the Cross on the Mount of Olives, where after a short trail piece immediately starts the steep gravel road No. 6 in the Rienz canyon. Shortly before and shortly after the suspension bridge, almost everyone has to push or even wear his bike.After a very steep driveway to the Niedersthof you drive a bit on an asphalt road, then left at the first fork and after about 300 meters left in the Trail No. 1 (Höfeweg). This brings you to Kreuzstöckl and on a beautiful trail (# 1) and later asphalt until after Spisses.Still on a fine side street it goes over Gifen and Nauders right up to Leitler yard. Here you continue on the gravel road up (number 3 lap), until the trail no. 3 goes off to the left.Here it's pretty sporty in sections until you reach the cycle path again in Vintl. This will take you to Mühlbach and on to the Nussbaumerhof, where you have to take a right turn onto a gravel road (No. 9A). This will take you to Schabs, where you will take the Trail 3A. It leads you to the Flötscher Weiher and on the road back to Natz. "

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  • Intermediate
    02:06
    13.4 mi
    6.4 mph
    1,800 ft
    1,825 ft
    Intermediate mountain bike ride. Good fitness required. Suitable for all skill levels.

    The Hotel Erica in Deutschnofen is a bike hotel of the first hour. Luis, the host, knows his home country Eggental well and recommends us here a tour that will please connoisseurs well and has no technical difficulties.The tour starts in Deutschnofen. You drive briefly through the artisan zone, go to Daum and branch off just before the Laabalm in the forest. Now you drive on to Neuht, from Kösertal on the European long-distance hiking trail E5 to the place of pilgrimage Maria Weißenstein. The view of Schlern, Latemar and Rosengarten is fantastic, as it does not bother that the route hardly leads over trails. Back to Deutschnofen it is always on the bike path E5.

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    9
  • Distance
    159 mi
  • Duration
    26:16 h
  • Elevation
    25,775 ft

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On the trails, get set, go! South Tyrol's BikeHotels are waiting for you
Mountain Biking Collection by
Bikehotels Südtirol