Beauty & Wellbeing
Where every biker’s heart beats faster
and skips a beat
Mountain biking in Prad am Stilfserjoch and its surroundings means pure fun and adventure. Being surrounded by the impressive peaks of the Ortles mountain range, every single trail lover will find his favourite tour.
For those who would like to check out our flowing route network in order to experience the beautiful environs of Prad in a very special way, we recommend a guided bike tour. PradBike with bike guide Eugen provide you guided mountain bike tours 6 times a week.
…from enchanting trails in Prad and environs through varied high-mountain tours with a wonderful panorama view – there is something for everyone. And additionally we guarantee you 300 sunny days a year!
From Monday to Saturday, from May to October, our bike guide Simon accompanies you on varied, easy to moderate mountain bike tours. All tours may be booked directly at the reception.
A tour costs Euro 25,00 Euro (further shuttle transport costs may accrue)
25 km / 930 hm
Easy MTB tour in the Stelvio National Park, in a reign of uncontaminated nature and anthropic landscape, where agro-farming and forestry have been practiced for centuries.
81 km / 2650 hm
In 1910 the smuggler’s path was carved into the rock to bring the smuggling goods (e.g. cigarettes, sugar, etc.) into the Vinschgau Valley. Construction costs 32,500 francs. Today the path is one of the most visited high alpine sights. In fact, almost 1000 m of path length, up to 100 m above the bottom of the gorge, had to be cut out of the nearly vertical rock wall in a width of 130 cm, mostly as a rock-covered gallery with two tunnels.
23 km / 1282 hm
To the degradation of the “white gold” in the Vinschgau Valley. The Göflaner marble quarry is the highest-lying marble quarry in Europe. The marble quarry is situated in 2,200 above sea level in the Stelvio National Park of the breathtaking Central Alps.
60 km / 1950 hm
This exhausting mountain tour is in the border area Swiss – South Tyrol.
81 km / 2041 hm
The Lago di Livigno, also called Lago del Gallo, is a reservoir lake, the largest part of which lies in the Italian area. Only at the 130-meter-high Staumauer, which is located in the north of the lake, the lake lies for about two kilometers on Swiss territory. The lake borders the municipality of Zernez at the beginning of the Spölschlucht.