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Pista Ciclabile della Val Venosta

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Leen C wrote a review Aug 2018
Borsbeek, Belgium30 contributions5 helpful votes
We spent quite some time cycling during our stay, this bikepath is simply wonderful: along the river and across towns & orchards. The scenery is lovely and it’s quite cool. Highly recommended
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Moon Rome, Florence & Venice wrote a review Aug 2018
Rome, Italy118 contributions32 helpful votes
There are plenty of bike paths in Alto Adige but the Val Venosta route is one of the best. It stretches 80km from Lake Resia to Merano and is scenic all the way. We rented our bikes in Naturno and rode the train up to Malles (€7) which is the last stop. It's down hill all the way through small villages, apple groves, forest and along the Adige River. Most of the path is asphalt but there are some gravelled sections and plenty of places to stop for a picnic or roadside beer. It took us nearly four leisurely hours to get back to Naturno and was without a doubt one of the highlights of our holiday in the Val Venosta.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Erik S wrote a review Jul 2015
Stockholm, Sweden778 contributions95 helpful votes
We started at the Resiapass border between Austria and Italy and enjoyed our 5 day ride through the stunningly beautiful and dramatic landscape very much. The route which is separated from the roads and the intense car traffic follows the river Adige passing through wonderful alpine meadows, lakes, vineyards, endless apple fields, picturesque villages and historic towns such as Glorenza, Silandro, Castellbello, Merano, Caldaro and Trento. It is for example possible to continue all the way to Riva the Garda and lake Garda. Don´t miss this one, it´s unbelievably beautiful and mostly downhill!
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Date of experience: June 2015
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