MTB & E-Bike
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Mountain and enduro biking in the Three Peaks Dolomites is more than mastering technical challenges against the backdrop of spectacular mountain scenery. It’s journeying in the footsteps of history. In fact, the greatest danger of enduro biking in the Dolomites is becoming distracted by the fantastic panoramic views and losing concentration on the trails!
From San Candido to Lienz: enjoy the landscape by bike. The most popular cycle path in South Tyrol, the cross-border Drau Cycle Path from San Candido to Lienz follows a well-marked trail and is suitable for all kinds of bikes. With a length of 44 km and an elevation loss of 500 m over the descent, the route is easily manageable by all lovers of the outdoors. When you reach Lienz, the capital of East Tyrol, you’ll find it’s a lovely place to take a stroll. And the easy way to get back is to let the train take the strain.
Val Pusteria cycle path: There’s a clearly laid out bicycle network with no appreciable gradients throughout Val Pusteria. The total length from Mühlbach to Lienz in East Tyrol is 105 km, and this can be covered in stages over several days.