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Pleasure on the Pustertal Valley Bike Route


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On the slight descent between Brunico-Bruneck and Fortezza-Franzensfeste, the tires glide easily over the asphalt.

The Rienza-Rienz = the main waterway of the Val Pusteria. The Rienza can be explained that unemotionally, but then the true essence of the river is lost.  At its source, the Rienza still hops from stone to stone, the water is clear and cold, trout feel right at home here. The bicycle path accompanies the course of the river on its way westward, toward Bressanone-Brixen. The Val Pusteria bicycle path ends right at the spot where you get tired and where, with the sensory impressions now completely filled, you climb into the train, in order to be brought back to your starting point while completely relaxed.

The total of around 300 km (200 miles) of the branched network lead all the way to Lienz in East Tyrol, Austria.  It leads to San Vigilio, San Martin, into the Valle di Casies-Gsieser Tal, the Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal, or the Valle Aurina-Ahrntal, where the three thousand meter (ten thousand foot) peaks of the main ridge of the Alps seem close enough to touch. Some thirty places to rent bicycles, the MobilCard – the combined ticket for the train, bus, and rented bike – and the bike taxi all provide support with the individual arranging of your own bicycle excursion. Cities and villages along the bicycle path as well as thirteen adventure stations offer rewarding destinations for day trips filled with impressions. 

Bicycling Made Very Easy

How nice it is when technology supports experiencing nature in the Val Pusteria. The silent electric motor takes over the sweat-inducing effort. The bicyclist is then free to enjoy the supported motion. Pedelecs (also known as e-bikes) are being offered at more and more bicycle rental locations and bring an enjoyable bike trip within reach of everyone.  

Tour planer

The Outdoor-App from the Kronplatz region suggests great tour options for a variety of outdoor activities for professionals, amateurs and families.

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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 Brunico-Bruneck
Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Leg San Candido|Innichen - Lienz (A) 44073 m 561 m easy
Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Variation San Lorenzo - Val Badia 16914 m 546 m medium Brunico-Bruneck
Bicycle tour: Descent to Sand in Taufers via Michlreis 11047 m 50 m easy Campo Tures-Sand in Taufers
Bicycle tour: Trejer Alm (Äußere Michlreis Alm) [alpine hut] 1348 m 66 m easy Campo Tures-Sand in Taufers
Bike route Valli di Tures e Aurina-Tauferer Ahrntal 36712 m 1157 m medium Brunico-Bruneck
Bike Tour Sonnenburg and Casteldarne/Ehrenburg 15893 m 160 m easy Brunico-Bruneck
Cycle path Val Pusteria-Pusteria 62510 m 294 m medium Val Casies-Monguelfo-Tesido
Bike route Val Casies - Gsieser Tal 18288 m 425 m medium Val Casies-Monguelfo-Tesido
From Valdaora to Anterselva di Sotto with the bike 10439 m 170 m medium Valdaora-Olang
Pustertal Valley bikeway Valdaora/Olang 80274 m 1652 m medium Brunico-Bruneck
Bike-tour S. Vigilio-Pederü-S.Vigilio 11558 m 346 m easy San Vigilio - Dolomites
Family Biking Tour in Gais 10115 m 35 m easy Brunico-Bruneck
Brunico – San Vigilio 16914 m 984 m medium Brunico-Bruneck
Brunico – San Martino in Badia 18206 m 1318 m medium Brunico-Bruneck
Bike route Antholzertal / Valle Anterselva valley 12618 m 256 m medium Valle Anterselva-Antholzertal
Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Variation Gassl 4764 m 114 m medium Valdaora-Olang

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