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Motorcycle Tours in the Tri-Border Region

In the Venosta Valley, passionate motorcyclists will find the optimal conditions for tours on adventurous mountain passes and roads offering plenty of curves ahead. Feel the freedom of biking in South Tyrol! We are happy to introduce the two most beautiful motorcycle tours in South Tyrol: 

The Ortler Tour: The Highlight of all Cycling Tours

The Ortler Tour: The Highlight of all Cycling Tours 

The tour starts with a ride from Burgeis to Spondinig, from where you continue on to Gomagoi, on a road featuring plenty of hairpin turns and bends. Then it’s onto the famous Stelvio Pass (2,757 metres high) and its 48 bends, a superb challenge for every mountain biking enthusiast. From the Stelvio Pass, the descent takes you to Bormio and onto the narrow roads of the Gavia Pass, which require full concentration due to the many hairpin bends that go down to Ponte di Legno. From this point, a well-maintained road continues on to Passo del Tonale, where there is a war memorial well worth a visit. 

The trail continues to Livo via Dimaro, on the Hofmahdjoch pass in the Ultental Valley and on to Lana, Merano, and then back to Burgeis in the Venosta Valley. 

Distance: 272 kilometres 

Time: 4 h 30 minutes 

Total elevation gain: 7.455 metres 

Difficulty: Hard 

The Three Countries Tour – Cycling around Tyrol, South Tyrol and Graubünden Canton 

Starting in Burgeis, you ride towards Reschenpass. In the village of Graun you will find a well-known church tower, which is definitely worth a photo. You then continue to Kajetansbrücke, in Pfunds. The tour takes you to the Samnaun duty-free area, where you should definitely stop for some bargain shopping. Moving on, the road takes you through the tunnels on the Swiss side of the border towards Martina and further into the Lower Engadine down to Zernez. From there you drive through the Swiss National Park to the Fuorn Pass, enjoying the memorable view over Val Müstair and as far as Glurns, South Tyrol’s smallest town. After enjoying the medieval flair of the city of Glurns, you drive past Schluderns, Mals, and Mals Heath back towards Burgeis. 

Distance: 175 kilometres
Time: 3 hours
Total elevation gain: 4.895 metres
Difficulty: Medium 

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