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Explore Val Venosta/Vinschgau & its mountains by MTB

The most stunning tours around the Sporthotel Vetzan

Explore Val Venosta/Vinschgau with all its scenic beauty by MTB – our bike guides make it possible. They take you to the most stunning places that local nature has to offer in Val Venosta/Vinschgau on your MTB and give you useful tips in terms of riding technique. We have put together several tour tips for you here so that you can explore Val Venosta/Vinschgau around the Sporthotel Vetzan under your own steam by MTB. 

Interactive hiking map

On this tour you explore Val Venosta/Vinschgau by MTB and ride through shady forests along the Silandro/Schlanders Montetramontana/Nördersberg as well as over the sunny slopes on the Monte Sole/Sonnenberg. The hotel is the starting point for this variety-packed tour that leads through the fruit orchards to Ponte di Legno/Holzbrugg, along Montetramontana/Nördersberg, then over the forest road and later over the single trails to the weather cross above Morter. The tour takes you a little way into Val Martello/Martelltal up to the Montani junction then continues on the Waalweg to the Magrin earth until the ice rink in Laces/Latsch. The way back leads through the Laces/Latsch’s recreation zone, through the village and along the Via Claudia Augusta for a while. You reach the panoramic route to Coldrano/Goldrain via the sunny village of Tiss and return to the Sporthotel Vetzan.

Distance: 20 km
Difference in altitude: 550 m
Duration: 2 hours
Fitness level: 2 out of 5
Uphill: 2 out of 5
Downhill: 2 out of 5
Tour months: March to November
Equipment: Helmet, gloves, good footwear, goggles, bike wear and a drinking bottle

From the Sporthotel Vetzan you set off on the Via Claudia Augusta as far as Castelbello/Kastelbell and from there you head up to the cable car top station to San Martino al Monte/St. Martin im Kofel. The first third uphill is the steepest, you have to overcome 850 metres difference in altitude in one go. The magnificent panorama, the national park and the Martello/Martell glaciers with the Cevedale, compensate you for your efforts. The downhill ride to Vezzano/Vetzan is superb and includes some really challenging passages. This trail is one of the most beautiful in the Alps – exploring Val Venosta/Vinschgau by MTB is really worth it here!

Distance: 27 km
Difference in altitude
: 1,169 m
Duration
: 4 ½ hours
Fitness level
: 4 of 5
Uphill
: 3 of 5
Downhill
: 4 of 5
Tour months
: March to November
Equipment
: Helmet, gloves, good footwear, goggles, bike wear and a drinking bottle

From the Sporthotel Vetzan you set off on the Via Claudia Augusta to the marble village of Lasa/Laas. There you turn off towards Tornello/Tarnell, ride over the white marble gravel road to the Weißwand quarry above the Covelano/Göflan mountain pasture. Here you can take a look at the marble deposits before the tour continues. You ride past the Knappenhütte inn to the Covelano/Göflan mountain pasture below where you can stop for a snack. You then continue on the forest road to the coal burners, then via a single track trail to the Casera Bianca/Weißkaser mountain pasture and then via the legendary Holy Hansen and the trail no. 4 to Morter. From Morter you ride through the fruit orchards back to Vezzano/Vetzan. This tour with your MTB through Val Venosta/Vinschgau is unforgettable and incredibly varied – a real highlight.

Distance: 35 km
Difference in altitude: 1,950 m
Duration: 5 ½ hours
Fitness level: 4 of 5
Uphill: 3 of 5
Downhill: 4 of 5
Tour months: May to start of October
Info: Wear protectors
Equipment: Helmet, gloves, good footwear, goggles, bike wear and a drinking bottle

You can explore Val Venosta/Vinschgau on MTB perfectly from the Sporthotel Vetzan. You ride on the Via Claudia Augusta as far as the cable car in Laces/Latsch, which takes you up to San Martino al Monte/St. Martin im Kofel at 1,740 m. Now it’s time to put on your knee protectors and the freeriding fun on a thrilling descent that is technically challenging and a fantastic adventure can begin. You return to Coldrano/Goldrain via the Ratschillhof farm (an opportunity for a snack) and then finally on to Vezzano/Vetzan.

Distance: 9 km
Difference in altitude: 80 m
Duration: 1 ½ hours
Fitness level: 3 of 5
Uphill: 1 of 5
Downhill: 4 of 5
Tour months: March to November
Equipment: Helmet, gloves, good footwear, goggles, bike wear, a drinking bottle, knee and elbow protectors

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