Mountain biking in South Tyrol
Regions, tours, BikeHotels
Discovering South Tyrol by mountain bike entails more than blindly following your GPS. Every place has a story to tell. Every farm has its history. Every mountain has a name, and every bend surprises you with new views.
South Tyrol – a place you’ll long for. And a region in which you can cycle almost all year long. The favourable climate on the south side of the Alps ensures that in southern South Tyrol and Meran/Merano, flowers already start to blossom in March and palm trees and cypresses flourish. The sunny side is perfect for biking.
With that said, it’s clear that it is precisely these areas that delight cyclists well into November.
MTB in South Tyrol – ready, steady, go!
Come mid-May and nature is in full swing. The snow melts from the mountains, the pastures turn green and are dotted with crocuses, the trails and forest paths dry, and soon the Dolomite ski lifts open. Until then, you have all the trails to yourself.
Further, higher, South Tyrol
The most beautiful biking season in South Tyrol? Autumn. It’s true! The days get shorter, and the experiences more intense. Food is more comforting, and the traditional ‘Törggelen’ festivities are more enjoyable. South Tyrol’s bike season lasts until November – and often even longer. If it weren’t for the skiing, we might never stop pedalling.
Mountain biking in South Tyrol in autumn
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