Cycling
Bike holiday in Bruneck
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On two wheels through the Pustertal valley
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Cycling around Bruneck

Bruneck lies at a crossroads: where the Pustertal valley bike path meets that of the Ahrntal valley. So it is a great starting point for exploring the Pustertal valley bike path in two stages – one downstream (direction Rio Pusteria-Mühlbach) and one upstream – as well as for following the course of the Drava-Drau over the international border as far as Lienz, Austria. It is possible to take the bike-train back to Bruneck.

The bike path into the Tauferer Ahrntal valley offers an excursion to Taufers Castle which is definitely worth seeing, as well as the longer and more demanding round trip as far as Casere-Kasern and into the Predoi-Prettau exhibition mine. 

In S. Lorenzo-St. Lorenzen, a round-trip tour begins that is suitable for the entire family. It passes by the Castel Badia-Sonnenburg and on past Campolino-Lothen to Chienes-Kiens and Casteldarne-Ehrenburg, and from there via Ronchi-Runggen back to St. Lorenzen. Bicycle rentals and service stations offer their services at the railway station and on Via Europa-Europastraße in Bruneck, but also in Riscone-Reischach, St. Lorenzen, and Gais.

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Local mobility
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BED AND BIKE ACCOMMODATION
Bike friendly accommodation with the "ADFC Bett+Bike" quality certificate

A bike holiday is only perfect when you can return happy and satisfied to your accommodation, where everything cyclists need is available. On South Tyrol's extensive network of routes you will not only find quality cycling routes, but also the right accommodation for your bike trip. All bike friendly guesthouses bear the "ADFC Bett+Bike" quality seal and offer special services for your bike holiday: from a secure parking space to a washing place and an e-bike charging station. In the BikeHotels South Tyrol, the hosts are even MTB guides themselves and can give you helpful tips on top of that.

Cycle paths and Tours
in Bruneck and surroundings
Leg Brunico|Bruneck - Fortezza|Franzensfeste | © TVB Kronplatz, Laurin Moser, Ski- und Wandergebiet Kronplatz
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Bruneck and surroundings
Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Variation San Lorenzo - Val Badia
Distance 16,9 km
Duration 7 h 32 min
Height difference 496 m
Valdaora|Olang Lake | © TVB Kronplatz, Udo Bernhard, Ski- und Wandergebiet Kronplatz
Intermediate
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Bruneck and surroundings
Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Leg San Candido|Innichen - Brunico|Bruneck
Distance 34,9 km
Duration 10 h 12 min
Height difference 410 m
Leg Brunico|Bruneck - Fortezza|Franzensfeste | © TVB Kronplatz, Laurin Moser, Ski- und Wandergebiet Kronplatz
Intermediate
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Bruneck and surroundings
Pustertal|Val Pusteria Bike Route: Leg Brunico|Bruneck - Fortezza|Franzensfeste
Distance 34,7 km
Duration 2 h 27 min
Height difference 149 m
Bruneck and surroundings
Family Biking Tour in Gais
Distance 10,1 km
Duration 41 min
Bruneck and surroundings
Bike Tour Sonnenburg and Casteldarne/Ehrenburg
Distance 15,9 km
Duration 1 h 32 min
Height difference 160 m
Bike | © Associazione Turistica San Vigilio/San Martin, St. Vigil in Enneberg
Intermediate
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Bruneck and surroundings
Cycle line Brunico - San Vigilio
Distance 16,9 km
Duration 1 h 37 min
Height difference 503 m
Status
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Talradweg | © Skirama Praktikant, Kiens
Intermediate
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Bruneck and surroundings
Pustertal Valley Bike Route
Distance 62,0 km
Duration 4 h 19 min
Height difference 485 m
Status
closed
Bruneck and surroundings
Pustertal Valley bikeway Valdaora/Olang
Distance 79,5 km
Duration 5 h 51 min
Height difference 887 m
Status
closed