Bikehotels Südtirol

About Bikehotels Südtirol

Die BikeHotels Südtirol sind das Who-is-Who der besten Hotels für Mountainbiker*innen, Rennradfahrer*innen und Radfahrer*innen in Südtirol. Seit 20 Jahren verbinden uns nicht nur unsere Qualitätskriterien, sondern vor allem die Liebe zum Radfahren, zu Südtirol und zu dir: Dein sorgloser Rad- und Bike-Urlaub in Südtirol ist unser Antrieb.Die Gastgeber*innen und Mitarbeiter*innen kennen die besten Touren in Südtirol, helfen dir tatkräftig beim Planen deiner Abenteuer und - das ist eigentlich das Beste - begleiten dich auch unterwegs. Unsere ausgebildeten Bikeguides sorgen für Sicherheit, führen dich zu den richtig guten Trails und Straßen und zeigen dir die besten Hütten und Gasthäuser zum Einkehren.

Distance travelled

1,749 mi

Time in motion

480:02 h

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  1. Bikehotels Südtirol planned a mountain bike ride.

    September 14, 2021

    25.8 mi
    6.1 mph
    3,850 ft
    3,875 ft
    1. Bikehotels Südtirol

      The Karersee in South Tyrol's Eggental is one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in the Alps. Spring or early summer is particularly impressive: the entire rose garden, filled with a lot of meltwater, is reflected in the turquoise-blue water.There are a lot of tours and trails around the Karersee, one of them is the Karersee-Runde from Welschnofen via Gummer, the Nigerpass and the Karerpass back to Welschnofen. The day tour is very varied in terms of the nature of the path and is also suitable for the less experienced, as it is often possible to switch to forest paths.You can shorten the uphill considerably if you take the new Laurin lift in Welschnofen to almost the Niger Pass. This makes the tour significantly shorter and less strenuous and is also suitable as a short half-day tour.

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      • September 14, 2021

  2. Bikehotels Südtirol planned a bike ride.

    August 5, 2021

    21.5 mi
    10.1 mph
    1,100 ft
    1,350 ft
  3. Bikehotels Südtirol and Gasthof Bikehotel Terzer planned a bike ride.

    August 5, 2021

    18.3 mi
    9.6 mph
    775 ft
    750 ft
  4. Bikehotels Südtirol planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    46.1 mi
    9.5 mph
    3,675 ft
    5,225 ft
  5. Bikehotels Südtirol planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    18.5 mi
    8.0 mph
    4,900 ft
    5,875 ft
  6. Bikehotels Südtirol planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    27.8 mi
    9.4 mph
    2,625 ft
    1,825 ft
  7. Bikehotels Südtirol planned an e-mountain bike ride.

    June 3, 2021

    35.7 mi
    8.8 mph
    5,575 ft
    3,950 ft
  8. Bikehotels Südtirol went mountain biking.

    May 11, 2021

    30.2 mi
    5.1 mph
    6,175 ft
    4,650 ft
    Christoph, Elisabeth H and 4 others like this.
  9. Bikehotels Südtirol planned a mountain bike ride.

    February 10, 2021

    35.4 mi
    5.0 mph
    11,425 ft
    9,225 ft
    1. Bikehotels Südtirol

      The first stage of the Schlern-Giros starts in Brixen. On the bike it goes to St. Andrä and with the lift comfortably to Kreuztal - you save a whole 1,000 hm. On beautiful trails and gravel paths you go to Villnöss and over the Brogles-Alm to Ortisei, where you can check in at the stage destination, the BikeHotel Digon.

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      • August 26, 2021

  10. Bikehotels Südtirol planned a gravel ride.

    December 14, 2020

    58.4 mi
    7.1 mph
    7,000 ft
    7,025 ft
    Nina, JuliWo 🇩🇪 and 5 others like this.
    1. Bikehotels Südtirol

      This lap is a true classic and as it should be for one of these, it is also a real challenge: almost 94 kilometers and more than 2,100 vertical meters ensure that you will have fun on your gravel bike all day. In the evening you look back on your performance full of pride and great memories.A good 20 years ago, this round was on the to-do list of every biker. Today it has been a little forgotten due to its length and characteristics. But thanks to the gravel boom, it is experiencing a real revival. Because the route is tailor-made for precisely this type of bike.You start at the Alpinhotel Keil in Olang and first follow the Giro stage from 2019 to the Antholzertal and up to the Stallersattel. You should be attentive on the narrow pass road, because it is very narrow, so that a traffic light regulates the traffic, which only flows in one direction. So expect to be overtaken by a larger convoy of vehicles from time to time. Once at the top, you cross the border to Austria and drive north on the East Tyrolean side through wide alpine pastures and pristine landscape. A special highlight is the beautiful view of the Jagdhausalmen, one of the oldest alpine settlements in Austria. One of the alpine pastures is managed, so a short detour is well worth it.On the Klammljoch you turn back into South Tyrol and first roll towards the Knuttenalm, which is another nice place to stop for refreshments. Rested and strengthened, you continue towards Rein and finally on the bike path to Bruneck and through the Rienza Gorge back to the starting point in Olang.

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      • January 6, 2021

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