Informationen zur Tour The cycling path from Fiè to Siusi
- 2:30 h
- 140 m
- 140 m
- Max. height
- 999 m
From the car park return to the roundabout. A few metres after, towards Siusi, you will find the beginning of a wide cycling path (signpost No. 11) that at first has a slight descent but then there is a slight climb in correspondence of the industrial area of S. Antonio. Cycle along a forest road until you reach the church of San Costantino that is perched on a hill in a unique position. The surrounding meadows make the Santner peak in the background look even more imposing.
Follow the No. 11 signposts until Maso Trafun, famous for its prize-winning Avelignese horses. Cycle past the camping area and continue until you reach in the middle of the woods a limekiln with a board giving information.
Cycle up a small hill. Once you reach the main road, cycle along the cycling path that runs parallel to the lane until you reach the four black horsemen at the entrance of Siusi. Here you must cross the main road and cycle through the industrial area where after a bit of a climb, you will reach the centre of Siusi. Return to the starting point on the same route as the outward journey.
The church of S. Pietro in Siusi at the top of the town is well-worth a visit. The views of the Sciliar Mountain and of the village below are priceless!
The cycling path runs entirely along secondary roads and wide asphalted forest roads.
Fiè allo Sciliar
Drive along the Brennero State road until you reach Prato Isarco. From here, follow directions for the “Alpe di Siusi”. At the roundabout in Fiè, turn left for the town centre. You will find the first car parks after a few metres on the right.
Accommodation tips near the tour
Eat & Drink in the neighborhood of the tour
Romantik Hotel TurmFiè allo Sciliar (Völs am Schlern)
Residence Apartment WolfgangCastelrotto (Kastelruth)
Hofer AlplFiè allo Sciliar (Völs am Schlern)
Residence San CostantinoFiè allo Sciliar (Völs am Schlern)
Vitalpina Hiking Hotel EuropaCastelrotto (Kastelruth)
Hotel PerwangerFiè allo Sciliar (Völs am Schlern)