€ 282,00 per person
13.04.2023 - 04.06.2023
The numerous trails on the Nörderberg are a highlight for mountain bikers.
Albert Einstein had the best ideas when he was riding a bicycle. Whether enjoying an E-bike ride exploring the area or on steep trails rushing down the slope: the saddle means that the world can look very different. However, one thing always remains the same: You will always be rewarded with fantastically beautiful views and the mountain panorama will “follow” you wherever you go.
On numerous valley cycle paths families and connoisseurs can explore the area directly from the Rablanderhof. The connection to the cycle path through the Val Venosta can be reached in just five minutes. An insider tip is the Adige Cycle Path, along the historic Roman road Via Claudia Augusta: It leads to the cities of Merano and Bolzano, to the Val Passiria and up to Lago di Resia.
Ten tours in the vicinity are waiting to be explored by mountain bike lovers. Particularly worth mentioning are the two single trails “Stuanbruch” and “Mohlboch”, which let the adrenaline level shoot up. Mountain bikers can also access the Rio Lagundo cable car directly Bike Highline Meran: it connects the mountain pastures on the Norderberg commonality. Guided mountain bike tours and riding technique training are offered by the guides from the Ötzi Bike Academy.
Over 80 km and 1,000 metres in altitude up to Lago di Resia, the winding pass road up to the Passo dello Stelvio, to the Passo delle Palade, the Passo di Monte Giovo, to the Passo del Rombo. Ambitious cyclists will find happiness on two wheels when crossing the high Alpine crossings. And even a racing cycle track runs down to Lake Caldaro South Tyrolean lower land.
The Bikemobil Card enables the use of a rental bike in combination with public mobility. Nothing stands in the way of a day trip with the Val Venosta cable car up to the Passo di Resia and back with the rental bike.