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Some routes and suggestions for everyone

The 61 kilometre long cycle path of the Pustertal valley offers everything one needs: adventure for the daredevils, peace for epicures and fun and variety for the families. From Mühlbach in the Lower Pustertal Valley (at 777 metres) to Innichen in the Upper Pustertal Valley (at 1,173 metres) you will experience nature, culture and fine food non-stop. Lovingly cultivated inns with soft feahter beds are at your disposal all along the way – down to your whim and taste.

To get back to the starting point we recommend to take the train. Should you consider the ride to be too long, you may take the train at an earlier point.

The unique side valleys of the Pustertal Valley, such as the Gsieser Valley, the Tauferer Ahrntal valley or the Antholzertal Valley can easily be reached by bike.

The cycle lane starts in Bruneck and initially goes along the main road to St. Georgen and then along an asphalt lane to Sand in Taufers passing Gais and Uttenheim, Mühlen, Sand in Taufers, Luttach, Steinhaus, St. Peter and Prettau. Go back the same way.
Lenght: 49 km
Level of difficulty: middle

Startin at Olang you follow the cycle path of Puster valley to Welsberg and there you follow the Gsieser Valley bike trail until St. Magdalena in the Gsieser valley.

Lenght: 50 km
Level of difficulty: middle

From Niederolang you follow the cycle path in the Antholzer valley passing the villages of Niederrasen, Oberrasen and Antholz Niedertal.

Then you follow the normal street until Anholz Mittertal, Obertal reaching the lake of Antholz.

Lenght: 44 km
Level of difficulty: middle

In Dobbiaco Nuova you turn into the Via del Lago (lake road) and cycle to the cross-country stadium, where the cycling path starts. Past Dobbiaco Lake and Landro Lake to the Cimabanche Pass and down to Cortina.

Lenght: 60 km
Level of difficulty: middle

Starting at Riscone/Reischach at the end of the village you follow the path to the Herzlam refuge. After other 400 meter you can reach also the top of the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz. Then you follow the same way for turn back in the village.

Lenght: 42 km
Level of difficulty: middle

This 45 km long tour is rather easy: It leads through the Val di Landro Valley on easy, constant gradients. At the Prato Piazza pasture you will be rewarded by a splendid panoramic view. The route leads from Dobbiaco to the Val di Landro Valley via the old railway line in the direction of Cortina. In Carbonin ascent to Prato Piazza; then downhill on asphalt roads to Braies, Villabassa and Dobbiaco.

Lenght:45 km
Level of difficulty: middle

From the Pederü guesthouse you cycle directly into the legendary Fanes Reign with its clear, blue-green alpine lakes (Lé Piciodel, Lé Vert, Lé de Limo), embedded in unmistakable alpine scenery with several mountains of 3,000 metres of altitude (Cima Dieci, Lavarela, Conturines).

The so-called peace path leads past the peak of Vallon Bianco, Furcia Rossa and Monte Castello Mountains. After the Fanes and Lavarella refuge your are passing the Limo lake and you follow the Fanes Valley for reaching the Ra Stüa for going back to the valley. There are plenty of huts to rest along the route.

Lenght: 56 km
Level of difficulty: difficult