GPS tours in Val Venosta and Merano & environs
Mountain bike tours in Val Venosta and Merano & environs
The biking crowd has been talking about the Val Venosta and the Merano region as the place to be for a long time. Several of the Alpine crossings lead over the neighbouring mountains into the valley before continuing towards Lago di Garda. Bikers are greeted by a Mediterranean flair. 315 days of sunshine a year speak for themselves. You can start trips as early as March or April with temperatures around 20 C, while 1,500 meters high there is still snow. As the season begins, bikers marvel at this contrast of sun, apple blossoms, palm trees and snow-covered peaks. Bike tours are possible until November. This is as good as it gets. Many of the bike routes and trail descents around Naturno have been signposted over the last two years. Pick up a new bike map with touring tips from the bike guides in our shop or at the tourist offices in Naturno, Rablà/Parcines or Castelbello/Ciardes.
Road bike tours in Val Venosta and Merano & environs
In Val Venosta and Merano & environs, road bike tours through the famous and infamous passes are pretty much a must. The highest such as Stelvio, Passo del Rombo or the Passo di Pennes are sometimes well above 2,000 metres. And if that weren’t enough, the Dolomite passes are just an hour away. Of course, road bike cyclists also benefit from the mild climate.
Road bike cyclists head off on the Via Claudia Augusta between Lago di Resia and Lago di Garda or on the southern slopes of the Val Venosta Monte Sole as early as February.
E-bike tours in Val Venosta and Merano & environs
The area around Naturno boasts a wide range of well-developed forest roads, including the most rustic alpine pasture in the region. So e-bikers will also find a wide range of tours with easy and harder trails.
E-biking between mountains and lakes – castles and palaces – on a voyage of discovery with an e-mountain bike in South Tyrol.