Mountain trails for all tastes and famous alpine roads as Passo Stelvio, Passo Mendola or Selva are just some of the attractions that South Tyrol offers cycling enthusiasts. The Alto Adige but not only offers sports programs for mountain bikers or road bikes. In the valleys of this alpine region also lovers of trekking-biking are fully satisfied.

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The network Südtirol City joins the city of Bolzano, Bressanone, Brunico, Merano, Vipiteno, Chiusa and Glorenza in order to promote cycling as a means for visiting the city of South Tyrol. Starting from this idea, the network has signed an agreement with the South Tyrolean Bikehotels that involves collaboration with other facilities located along the bike paths.

(c) BikeHotels Südtirol - Harald Wisthaler

 234 kilometers of bike lane “Südtirol Radweg” that connects the city of Bolzano, Bressanone, Brunico, Merano, Vipiteno, Chiusa and Glorenza. Driving along this cycle route can be discovered in a sustainable way the wide variety of landscapes in South Tyrol.

The entire cycle route is structured in 5 stages with two starting points, one in Sterzing and a Glorenza – the smallest town in South Tyrol situated in Val Venosta. Ideally each stage must be traveled in a day, so that it is time to visit the many cultural sites along the way. Not least to keep an ‘eye are also the opportunity to taste the local dishes.

The ideal seasons to enjoy this scenic bike lane are spring and autumn.

For the official opening of the cycle path in autumn 2015 is also provided for the publication of a dedicated app, with interactive maps and lots of useful information to have in your pocket or on the handlebars all the information necessary to spend pleasant days in the saddle.

Bike lane “Südtirol Radweg” A path – from Sterzing in Glorenza, 234 km, height difference

total 2,090 m

Bike lane “Südtirol Radweg” path B in 5 stages -from Glorenza Sterzing: 234 km, total climb 2,090 m

All information for your cycling holiday in South Tyrol

 Editorial staff