Pleasure tours on the valley cycle paths

  • Pustertal Bike Route Olang
The Pustertal Bike Route runs directly past the Hotel Scherer, between meadows and fields, and it crosses at least the first part of some villages and the little town of Bruneck. Bike transport (with the Pustertal railway) can be done without the need of a car. A minimum level of stamina is required for the 70 km and the 300 m height of the valley. The good thing is that one can get off at any time and travel the remaining distance by train, meaning that there is no risk even for families with small children.
  • From Olang to Antholz Lower Valley by bike
From Olang, the route leads away from busy roads into the very scenic valley. Most of the time is spent travelling the cycling route parallel to the Antholzer Stream. In the vicinity of the village of Antholz (Lower Valley), there is a fishpond with a bar and fishing opportunities and a children’s playground – it’s for the whole family.
Over 10.4 km, one will conquer a difference in height of only 63 m.
The return route is the same as the travel route.
  • Drava Cycle Path (Drau-Radweg) San Candido/Innichen – Lienz
The Drava Cycle Path from San Candido (Italy) to Lienz (Austria) is one of the most beautiful, varied and satisfying of all cycle routes in South Tyrol. This 40-kilometre easy family bike ride has its starting point in San Candido and offers magnificent views as you ride along the Drau river through the Pustertal Valley to Lienz. The bike route can be traversed in both directions, and transferring to the train to continue on or to return back is possible at virtually any time.
You can also start your way on the cycle path, which runs close to our hotel (in this case, the distance is approximately 69 km).
We use cookies to offer the best possible user experience on our website. We also use third-party cookies, to deliver personalised advertisement messages. By using our website you agree, that cookies can be saved on your device. Further information on the cookies used and on how to disable them can be found here.