How do I get over the Reschen Pass by bike?

From Italy over the Reschen Pass by bike:
From Mals in the Vinschgau Valley, the well-maintained cycle path leads to Burgeis and on to Lake Reschen. Along the western shore of the lake you reach the village of Reschen and get to the Reschen Pass. From there you cross the border to Austria.

From Austria over the Reschen Pass:
From Landeck we follow the "Via Claudia Augusta" cycle path with partly steep climbs to Prutz. Up to Pfunds it is flatter again. A section continues into Switzerland to the town of Martina, where the climb to the Reschenpass begins. There are 11 hairpin bends to negotiate by bike, and at the pass near Naudersmühlen the route descends to Nauders and on to the border crossing. After another climb at the pass, you experience a wonderful view of Lake Reschen.

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