The motions involved in bicycling are round like the tires. But with modern switching technology and the support of electricity, it is easy to adapt the pedaling effort to your own capabilities. And that will allow your attention to pass from “I have to do this” to the images of the passing landscape. And they will be generous with their rewards. Soft waves of meadows, dark forested slopes, bizarre peaks of cliffs... but we don’t want to overdo the romanticism here indoors. We will simply speak of the pleasure of jumping on a finely tuned bicycle in Valdaora-Olang, of going on a relaxing tour along the Val Pusteria-Pustertal valley bike path and then stopping off at an art exhibition in Brunico-Bruneck, only to then return the bike in Brunico and comfortably ride back by train. Yes, bicycling like that gives new meaning to the term “riding for pleasure”.
The biking trail of the Val Pusteria is about 105 kilometers long and offers not only for professional bikers but also for families different routes to ride.
|From Valdaora to the Lake of Braies||17837 m||614 m||medium||Val Casies-Monguelfo-Tesido|
|From Valdaora to Anterselva di Sotto with the bike||10439 m||170 m||medium||Valdaora-Olang|
|Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Leg San Candido|Innichen - Lienz (A)||44073 m||561 m||easy|
|Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Leg San Candido|Innichen - Brunico|Bruneck||34899 m||684 m||medium||Val Casies-Monguelfo-Tesido|
|Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Leg Brunico|Bruneck - Fortezza|Franzensfeste||34912 m||975 m||medium||Chienes-Kiens|