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Demanding road bike tours

Air pressure is checked, water bottles are filled, the touring map is stored in the memory and off we go! The mild climate of the Vinschgau Valley with its 300 sunny days a year and the less-travelled mountain roads and passes ensure a secure and unique bike experience.

Whether you choose a basic training in the flat valley bottom or a Stilfserjoch climbing –in any case, you will return to your hotel enriched by wonderful and enduring impressions. After an exhausting day our wellness world invites you to relax while getting a pleasant massage.

Roadbike Passo Stelvio

The Stelvio Pass (2757 m)

61 km / 1870 hm

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The Stelvio Pass tour is a popular road bike tour. It’s an ambitious tour because of their 2,000 altitude difference. The 200-year-old pass road has an impressive landscape. After overpower the Stelvio Pass you bike over the Umbrail Pass (partly not asphaltic, but good traversable) to Santa Maria/Müstair and then throught the Valley Münster back to Prad. Please note: don’t forget your ID.

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Roadbike Ofenpass

The Ofen Pass (2149 m)

70 km / 1870 hm

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The tour starts from Prad to Agums and Lichtenberg. Further the tour goes through Taufers and Switzerland. Please note: don’t forget your ID. On the Swiss side you continue to Valchava, Fuldera and Tschierv until your reach the Ofen Pass.

Along the tour you pass the sight the convent of St. John (UNESCO World Heritage Site in Müstair) and Glurns, the smallest city in the Alps.

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Roadbike Three Countries Tour

Three-Country Point tour

140 km / 2100 hm

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The Three-Country Point tours is a very liked tour. We would like to point out the good conditions, the asphalt quality at the Swiss side and the reduced-traffic road in Engadine. We recommend to start the tour in direction to the Stelvio Pass.

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Roadbike National Park Tour

The national park tour

145 km / 3800 hm

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If you want to avoid the traffic you should start the tour in the early morning. This round tour has an impressive landscape. After Livigno, the duty-free shopping paradise, you have to pass with a bike shuttle a tunnel (every 45 min. / approx. 5.00 CHF/person). As the tour leads through Switzerland you should have your ID with you.

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Roadbike Cycle Path

Adige Cycle Path

60 km / 0 hm

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The Adige Cycle Path in the Passer city Meran is very popular because of the hilly downhill and therefore the tour isn’t so strenuous. There are several variants. You can start directly from the hotel or you go with a bike shuttle to the lake Reschen and start you tour. You can take comfortably the Vinschger train from Meran back to Prad.

Sights: the old church tower in the lake of Graun, the Benedictine Abbey of Marienberg aboveBurgeis, the St. Benedict Church in Mals, the small medieval town in Glurns, the Churburg in Schluderns, the national park house Aquaprad in Prad am Stilfserjoch, the marble of Laas, the cstel chapel of St. Stefan in Morter, the Messner Mountain Museum in Kastelbell-Tschars.

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Roadbike Tanas

Tanas tour

47 km / 841 hm

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This tour is recommended starting in direction Schluderns, because otherwise the biking after Laas to Alitz forces too much. The first part of the tour you go on the Etsch ciclye road to Schluderns. Then you have to follows a steep part to Tanas. At Gschneier the increase gets less and you can enjoy the magnificent view over the Vinschgau Valley.

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Gavia & Mortirolo

115 km / 3153 hm

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The Gavia Pass and the Mortirolo Pass are known in whole Italy. They aren’t important transport links but these two are very popular rout sections at the Giro d’Italia. This tour is recommended to bike in the clockwise direction.
The downhill of Gavia has some particularities in the surrounding area and a long, unlit, single-lane tunnel. The Mortirolo is despite its low altitude an energy-consuming pass. After Grosio has to be managed a rise of 300m.

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The lake Reschen tour

43 km / 710 hm

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Starting from the hotel you will bike through various picturesque villages in the Vinschgau Valley to the lake Reschen. In Burgeis you have to deal with a few increases. Dreamlike the tour leads around the lake Reschen and then goes back down Graun to the famous church tower in the lake. This is the only edifice left form the old village of Graun, which was 60 years ago set by a flooding of the valley under water to create space for an electricity generation.

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The lake Reschen tour II

46 km / 1233 hm

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Starting from the hotel you will bike through various picturesque villages in the Vinschgau Valley to Haid. Soon after the lake Haid you go past the dam of the lake Reschen and take the third road. Following a constant slope to Schöneben and prceed downhill to Rojen, which takes you back to the lake Reschen. After the around of the lake you can bike back to Prad.

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To the Martell Valley

29 km / 720 hm

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Starting from the hotel following the Adige cycle path to Morter, where you in spring bike through a sea of apple blossom. After Morter you take the main road with light traffic.

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