Südtirol useful websites and other resources

Published on:  | Last updated: 4 March 2017

Information for route planning

The best place to start is the Südtirol tourist author­ities websites. Südtirol Rad is the German version, Bici Alto Adige Bici Alto Adige is the Italian version and Suedtirol Bike is the English version. There are 23 routes covering all the major cycle routes in the region - each with a Google map, altitude profile and gps file.

The site includes a number of routes that would be of interest to cycle tourers, including:

Cycleway in the Südtirol near Brixen (Bressanone)

Cycleway in the Südtirol near Brixen (Bressanone)

Information on individual cycleways

Brennero cycleway (Ciclopista del sole)

vallesarco.info (altern­ative link: eisacktal.info) has inform­ation, in 6 languages, about the Brennero cycleway through the Eisacktal (Valle Isarco) between the Brenner pass and Bozen (Bolzano).

Via Claudia Augusta (Vinschgau Radweg/​Etschradweg/​/​ciclabile del Val Venosta)

Probably the best sources of inform­ation are the main Süd Tirol cycling websites and the Via Claudia Augusta site. However there is some inform­ation on the local area sites: Cycling in Val Venosta and bikemeran.it German only.

Pustertal (Val Pusteria)

Information about the Pustertal/​Val Pusteria cycleway Pusterbike.

Drauradweg (Drava) cycleway

drauradweg.com

Fontanella

Water fountain at a campsite in the Pustertal (Südtirol)

Resources for Mountainbikers

The road from the Passo di Campolongo

The road from the Passo di Campolongo

Bici e mountain bike Alta Badia

Val Gardena

Sellaronda Mountain Bike Tours in Val Gardena and Alpe di Siusi.

Trains and buses

The Südtirolbahn | Bike, Bus & Rail

Bike & Train - Val Pusteria /​ Pustertal

Mobilcard - museu­mobil Card (Mobilcard lets you use the public bus and rail network throughout South Tyrol for 7 or 3 consec­utive days. The museu­mobil Card combines two offerings: the use of all means of public transport on 3 or 7 consec­utive days and admission to 80 museums in South Tyrol.)

The Sella Ronda: descent from the Grodner Joch

The Sella Ronda: descent from the Grodner Joch

General Tourism resources

Get in touch

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