Biking in Merano and surroundings

Info on bike tours, bike routes and holidays.

Merano region: mountain scenery and beautiful landscapes

A region where you can be active and diversify your day. Leave the daily grind behind and do something good for yourself and your body.

In beautiful South Tyrol, in the middle of the Alps, lies the holiday region of Merano. About 250 kilometres from Munich and 270 kilometres from Zurich, you will find Meran-Merano with inviting suburbs such as Naturns-Naturno, Partschins-Parcines and Algund-Lagundo. Mediterranean flair and many leisure activities await you here.

Merano is 300 m above sea level, offers very mild, pleasant temperatures and stands out as a paradise for guests interested in sports. Unlike in other regions of South Tyrol, the biking season begins in mid-February and lasts until mid-November. In the Merano and Vinschgau regions you will find numerous, extensive easy-going cycling tours as well as challenging roadbike tours and mountain bike trails for professionals.

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Cycling tours in South Tyrol

Mountainbiker am Berg in S├╝dtirol
MTB tours

The number of MTB trails and the ongoing bike season make Merano a MTB paradise.

Open MTB tours
Rennradfahrer auf einer Tour
Roadbike tours

Numerous mountain passes attract road cyclists to South Tyrol. The most beautiful Alpine passes provide endless metres of altitude.

Open Road Bike Tours
Radfahren auf einem Radweg
Enjoyment tours

More moderate cyclists enjoy the fantastically beautiful landscape in South Tyrol on leisurely bike tours.

Open tours

Bike routes

Vinschgau-Val Venosta

Reschen to Merano

86 km, 1.200 hm

One of the most beautiful and diversified bike paths in the Alpine region.

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Bike route Vinschgau at Goldrain
Etschtal

Merano to Bolzano

55 km

The Apple Cycle Path through the Etschtal-Adige Valley connects the cities of Merano and Bolzano with almost no incline.

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Bike route Merano to Bolzano along the railway tracks

"Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride."

John F. Kennedy

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