Bike paths in South Tyrol
Nature, food, culture
John F. Kennedy once said, ‘Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.’ And we couldn’t agree more! Riding on South Tyrol’s bike paths, you can experience nature and culture at your own pace and get off whenever you want to explore further on foot. An added bonus is that you get to know South Tyrol in a completely sustainable way!
Valley bike paths in South Tyrol
From west to east, from north to south: The valley bike paths in South Tyrol run in all directions and connect South Tyrol’s towns and villages in the most beautiful way possible. The bike paths to the rural side valleys of South Tyrol’s main valleys are particularly recommended, for example, to the Passeiertal/Val Passiria near Meran/Merano or to the Antholz/Anterselva valley or Gsies/Valle di Casies valley in Pustertal/Val Pusteria.
Bike routes and long-distance bike paths in South Tyrol
Perhaps the best-known bike path in South Tyrol and the most renowned bike route is ‘Via Claudia Augusta’. It stretches from Reschen/Resia through Vinschgau/Val Venosta, the Meran/Merano region, and the south of South Tyrol to the border of the province and continues southwards.
Not to be missed here is the Munich-Venice cycle route, which in South Tyrol leads from the Brenner/Brennero Pass to Brixen/Bressanone and through Pustertal/Val Pusteria, or the Drava cycle route, which starts in Toblach/Dobbiaco and runs along the Drava river to the Croatian-Slovenian border near Varaždin.
Another cycle route is the South Tyrol Cycle Path. It connects South Tyrol’s cities with two routes.
‘Bett+Bike’ BikeHotels near the bike paths in South Tyrol
Some of our BikeHotels are located directly at or only a few kilometres from the bike paths and are, therefore, ideal for a short stay or a longer stopover. All BikeHotels meet our strict quality criteria and are also certified by the ADFC (Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrrad Club) with the Bett+Bike Sport quality seal.