South Tyrol Cycling Network (CAA)

South Tyrol

270km ↔️

3 days 📅

6% unpaved 🚵‍♂️

2290m D+ ↗️

2350m D- ↘️

980m asl ⛰

🗺 You can start this tour where it best suits you

📅 April – October


🔎 Overview

Ciclovia Alto Adige / Paradise for cyclists ⛰️ 🇮🇹 🚲

In South Tyrol you are spoilt for choice as to what to visit!Thanks to the Ciclovia Alto Adige (South Tyrol Cycling Network) you can reach South Tyrol’s main towns while cycling in nature, safely away from traffic alongside rivers and natural parks with stunning mountain views.

The cool side of the CAA is that you can organise your trip as you wish.You can also use the Südtirol Rad rental service, which allows you to rent and return (e)bikes at the various stations located throughout the towns of South Tyrol: cycle a section, easily drop off the bike and then return by train.

It has never been easier to visit Vipiteno, Brunico, Bressanone, Bolzano, Merano and Chiusa.


👀 Must know

We recommend a minimum tire size of 32mm

This tour features 3 passes, for this reason we recommend to do it only if you have an adequate fitness (you could do the Dolce Vita Variante instead, with 2 passes only)

We recommend not to do this tour in winter as it is possible to find snow

📸 Points of interest

Lake Resia
—renowned for its underwater village


Stelvio pass
—the king

Tessa mountain group

Adige river


Lake Caldaro

—main city of South Tyrol

Sciliar-Catinaccio mountain

Isarco river

—medieval village


Plose mountain


Lake Braies

Natural park Vedrette di Ries

—last village on the border with Austria

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