Off on a biking holiday in South Tyrol! Cycling is a pleasure in the Eisack valley
! There is a choice of pleasant and unhurried bike tours along the Eisack or sporting mountain bike tours in our world of mountains! You can choose the tour yourself. You can cycle gently and admire the landscape, have a break now and again or go mountain biking on our mountain pastures and climb up to the peaks!
Pacherhof’s tour tips:
- Trip around Lake Vahrn: Cycle as far as the abbey, then over the wooden bridge and on over the Rigger valley in the direction of Lake Vahrn. At the old powder store cross the main road and go down to Lake Vahrn and then cycle round it. Then back to Vahrn.
- Route 99: There are 99km between the Brenner Pass and Bozen! This Eisack valley cycle path offers you an idyllic pleasure tour with fascinating views, passing through picturesque hamlets and intriguing places of interest! And you can return at any time by train!
- “Pusterbike”,you can go from Franzensfeste to Lienz using Pusterbike! Almost every municipality has hiring and servicing facilities so that you can borrow a bike wherever you like and then hand it back!
- Plose: The Plose offers easy, medium difficult and challenging bike tours! You can choose which one you want depending on how you feel on the day!
- Brixen – Fiums: Cycle 21km from Brixen to Viums, continue into the apple paradise of Schabs and then in a loop back to Brixen!
- Brixen – Latzfonser Kreuz: With this tour you cycle 42km and climb to 2,500m above sea level! The view at Latzfonser Kreuz makes it worthwhile, but it will take you 5 arduous hours to get there!
- Tour to the Würzjoch: This is rather a challenging day tour that begins with a climb through the Afer valley to the Würzjoch. Then comes one of the Dolomites high points on gravel as far as the Kreuzkofeljoch. The tour finishes with a long descent down to Villnöss and then on to Brixen.
- You can find further information on GPS tours with pros here!
The Eisack valley also lends itself to hiking and nordic walking