The best summit in the region, the 2116 meter high Monte Roen, is best cracked with the help of the Mendelbahn. From the pass there are another 800 meters of steepest climb.Once you have reached the highest point on the high plateau, you can lean against the summit cross and look freely in all directions. Then you follow the initially rough trail along the Mendelkamm to the Grauner Joch and then thread yourself into the never-ending path No. 1a: almost 2000 meters of pure driving fun!More on the topic: bike-magazin.de/touren/italien/italien-mountainbike-revierguide-kaltern/a32639.html
March 25, 2020
The perfect curling lap with simple forest trails and beautifully situated small lakes.You follow the spring valley first on gravel, soon on beautiful, flowing trail sections through the forest to the small Montiggler lake with a kiosk. After stopping on forest trails back to Kaltern. Be sure to drive with GPS, the trail network in the forest is very branched!More on the topic: bike-magazin.de/touren/italien/italien-mountainbike-revierguide-kaltern/a32639.html
March 25, 2020
The Trudener Horn is a forested colossus in the south of Caldaro - and one of the few peaks that can be climbed completely with the biker. However, the view from the 500 m lower Cisloner Alm is more beautiful anyway - and the trails too.You follow the Adige Valley cycle path until just before Vill and then turn left into an idyllic nature reserve and then follow the road towards Montan.Then you thread yourself into the former railway line of the Fleimstalbahn and follow it with a gradient of only 6 percent to Truden. You have to bite the last 150 meters to the Cisloner Alm again, but then you sit on the large terrace of the Alm and look out over a natural idyll to the Brenta.After the stop, driving technicians follow Trail No. 1 down to Neumarkt. If you like it more flowy, follow this varied trail gravel variant.More on the topic: bike-magazin.de/touren/italien/italien-mountainbike-revierguide-kaltern/a32639.html
March 25, 2020
Big round to one of the most beautiful panoramic summits in Caldaro with a detour to the neighboring Val di Non. If you don't want to miss out on conquering the famous Mendelpass road on your own, you have to add another 850 meters in altitude. However, the Mendelbahn is more convenient - and there are enough other uphill tests waiting on this tour.From the Mendel Pass you take the asphalt mountain road towards Penegal. The summit is reached after 360 meters of altitude. Now you follow the waymark 500 and get to know the probably most beautiful flow trail in the region shortly after the somewhat rough entry.The Rifugio Il Falchetto is waiting on a high plateau and behind it a steep climb to a trail entrance that leads back to the Mendel Pass in a beautiful way. From there, first on the pass road, then on a somewhat more demanding trail back into the valley.
March 25, 2020
First through the old town of Brixen, over the Eisack river and you go on an idyllic forest path, the Karlspromenade, towards the local mountain Plose. A large part of the 500 vertical meters to the valley station leads you along paths that also require steep stitches. The train then carries you up a good 900 meters. The three lines - Jerry in green, the blue Hammer Line and the natural, red Palm Pro Line - can be combined in a colorful way. From the Palmschoss the trail fun continues. The forest trails, which can be driven sensationally, extend to just outside the city and really have everything ready: soft meadows and rough roots, one or two hairpin bends and a lot of flow.STARTING POINT: BressanoneHIGHLIGHTS: The flow trails down from the Plose with a view of the jagged Geisler group and the varied forest and meadow paths back to Brixen.KEY POINTS: Except for steep stitches at the start of the tour and one or two hairpin bends, the trails are mostly very easy to ride.SHUTTLE: The Plose gondola and the Palmschoss chair lift carry bikes. Opening times from mid-June to mid-October (Sky Line to early September).EINKEHR: La Finestra is right next to the Plose summit station with lavish anti-pasti, South Tyrolean specialties, cake and coffee.
January 21, 2020
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