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Enjoying unforgettable hours of sunshine, breathing crystal clear mountain air, and planning exciting mountain tours. A summer holiday in the Alpenrose promises extraordinary pleasure. Leisure offers, as varied as the landscape itself. From easy hut hikes to impressive mountain peaks to high-alpine climbing tours. Whether your reach these heights with your own feet, with the cable cars or with the mountain bike, the natural spectacle in our surrounding attracts both, old and young alike.

Cycling in the Puster Valley

South Tyrol has innumerable cycling routes. Here in the Puster Valley there is also something for all levels. Do you like comfortable excursions with your family and children along the well-built cycle-tracks? Or do you prefer the sporty challenge of an ambitious cyclist?

We can provide you with individual suggestions for your requirements. Just ask! Our house avails of free rental bikes for big and small guests as well as children’s seats and cycling helmets.


Cycling tracks in the Puster Valley

The Bike Highlight in South Tyrol: The cycle track brings you past the Alps and Dolomites, constantly accompanied by the river Rienza through a green high valley. It begins at the city of Bressanone and ends on the other side of the South Tyrolean border in Austria – 65 km of enjoyment amidst unspoiled nature. The cycle tracks, which are tarred in places are easy to reach for everyone.

The train track which crosses the whole valley from Bressanone to San Candido allows you to take your bike on board and provides you with a high level of flexibility. Those who find the routes too difficult can rent out electric bikes made in South Tyrol from us or use the bike shuttle.

Of course you can join the Puster Valley cycling track at any point and cover portions of the track. The cycle track is even and is also suitable for those who are not very sporty.

End:
Lienz (A)

Route:
from Rio Pusteria to Lienz (A), you can join from any villages along the way.

Length:
105 km

Cycle time:
approx. 6 – 7 hours

Difference in altitude:
approx. 500 m

Level of difficulty:
Easy, suitable for families and beginners (as a portion of the whole track), but also for those well-trained.

Road characteristics:
tarred cycle track
Portions of the track which can be recommended include for example:

Brunico – Valle Aurina
From Brunico (835 m) You can cycle to Campo Tures along the cycle track (862 m) and then along the road as far as Predoi (1475 m) into Valle Aurina.

Dobbiaco – Dobbiaco Lake
From Dobbiaco (1,240 m) along the road as far as Dobbiaco lake.

Valdaora – Anterselva Valley
From Valdaora (1,048 m) along the road into the Anterselva Valley.


Plan de Corones round tour

Difficulty: difficult
Distance: 39.2 km
Ascent: 1,811 m
Descent: 1,809 m
Duration: 5.50 hours
Lowest point: 839 m
Highest point: 2,245 m
Short description: Cycling around Plan de Corones
Starting point: Riscone at the valley station of the Plan de Corones cable cars
Point of destination: Riscone
Route description: The tour begins at Riscone at the valley station of the Plan de Corones cable cars. From here, the cyclists follow the road to Santo Stefano and at the end of the village take the forest path 12a to San Martino. From here you stay on the same path to Sares, a popular place of pilgrimage in the Puster Valley. Cyclists pedal further to the hamlet Pleaijen and just before Marebbe to the hamlets Blei de Fora and Frena. Here the steep ascent to Reischacher Köpfl with two short passages where you have to push the bike and on to the summit of Plan de Corones. From the summit of Plan de Corones there’s a steep ascent to the Geiselsberger Hut, where you can reach the Pracken Hut by taking a forest path to the left. From here the cyclists pedal on to Valdaora di Sotto and right of the train underpass reach a nice path through the hamlets of Ried and Walchhorn back to Riscone near Brunico.
Path no.: 12
Equipment: Mountain-bike, helmet, wind and rain protection, sunglasses, air pump.
Safety notice: Cycling tour of technical difficulty, only for trained cyclists.
Parking: Car park at the valley station of the Plan de Corones cable cars