Biking & cycling

Explore the Venosta Valley on 2 wheels

Mountain bike, e-bike, racing bike, fat bike, trail, downhill or enduro - the main thing is two wheels and no exhaust. From Burgusio all routes are open to you, from a tarred cycle path to a bike trail, to a challenging mountain bike route, whether with or without batteries.
Rental of mountain bikes (free of charge) and e-bikes (rental fee) directly in the hotel.

Monte Sole round tour
730 m
3.5 h
40 km

From Sluderno, take the panorama road along the Monte Sole to Lasa and back again. The continuously asphalted track is also suitable for racing bikes and can be quite hot in summer.

Passo Stelvio
650 m
4 h
23 km

Awarded by TopGear as the world's best road, the Passo Stelvio with its hairpin bends is a cult for car and bicycle riders. If you want to ride the pass without cars, there is the Stelvio Bike Day at the end of August where the road is open only for bikers.

From Lake Resia to Merano
1200 m
5 h
80 km

Always slightly downhill and on asphalt, the first stage of the Adige Cycle Route follows the Venosta Valley cycle path in the direction of Merano. Since you are in the saddle for a long time, but do not have to exert a lot of effort, this route is also suitable for families. For the way back you can take the train.

Around the Lake Resia
190 m
2 h
16 km

One round along the lake, this family-friendly cycle route leads along mostly asphalt paths. With many viewpoints, resting places and a lot to discover, this tour is a pleasant change.

Marble & Medival
140 m
2.5 h
37 km

The marble village of Lasa is the starting point from where you can follow the Venosta Valley cycle path first to Prato Allo Stelvio and then to medieval Glorenza. The path then leads back to Lasa via Sluderno.

Peak tour
1310 m
3.5 h
21 km

From the Watles mountain valley station to the Plantapatsch hut you can follow a wide forest path. From there on, experienced uphill cyclists are needed and the bike must be pushed in some places. This effort is paid by spectacular views.

Trail “Goasberg”
882 m
3 h
25 km

From the dam wall at the Lake Resia, the cycle path leads past the Lake Haider into the Zerzer Valley. Past the Fischgader, on to the Oberdörfer hut and back via the Brugger hut to the Haider hut.

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