Beauty & Wellbeing
The annual sports events Ortler Bike Marathon, Stelvio Marathon and Lake Resia Run are becoming more and more popular. Far beyond the borders of Italy, these events are well known and enjoy a growing number of participants and a wider audience every year.
The head of the organizing committee, Gerald Burger, and his team work tirelessly on new ideas to make the events even better. Every detail is planned and perfected and in June it's time again: the starting shots for the events drop in succession.
The queen of the alpine passes by night
On 30 June 2023, the legendary Stelvio road will be closed to motorised traffic for the first half of the night and will be completely open to cyclists and pedestrians.
The last seven kilometres of the 'Berghotel Franzenshöhe' before the summit will be magically illuminated by indirect lighting to show participants the way to the 2,757-metre peak.
Experience the first edition of 'Challenge your menu' and enjoy regional specialities at five different catering points along the route from Trafoi to the summit of the pass.
Whether on foot, by (E-)bike or other non-motorised means of transport; everyone is invited to take an enjoyable journey along the Stelvio Pass road at night on June 30, 2023.Read more
On gravel roads and forest paths, passing the local cultural sights, always the Ortler Group in view, it goes up to the legendary Stelvio Pass.
Marathon: 42.195 km – 2350 meters in altitude
Classic – march: 26 km – 2250 meters in altitude
A run around the famous Lake Resia. Start and finish are located in Curon/Graun at the historical steeple that emerges from the water.
Length: 15.3 km
Categories: Main run, Just for Fun, Handbikers, Nordic Walking & Smoveys
Bambini apple run: round course at the tower in the finish area
It’s not a race, but being there is everything!
Every year, at the end of August/beginning of September, cyclists take to the legendary road leading to the Stelvio Pass, which is closed to traffic for the whole day, making way for the cyclists who take on one of the highest roads in the Alps. With an overall altitude varying by as much as 1,869 meters, 48 hairpin bends and an incredible 360˚ panoramic view, riders brace themselves for the annual Stelvio Bike Day.