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Complete Brennero-Bolzano tour

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  • Bicicle Tour from Brennero to Bolzano.
    Bicicle Tour from Brennero to Bolzano.
    Photo: Tappeiner AG
Distance 99.1 km
7:02 h
296 m
1,400 m
1,373 m
261 m
This Brennero-Bolzano tour runs almost 100 km from the Brennero Pass through the Upper Isarco Valley to the main town of Bolzano.

The Brennero-Bolzano tour starts at the signposted cycling path. First cycle from the Brennero Pass along the old railway line over Colle Isarco until Vipiteno. Cycle through the city of Vipiteno and continue past Tasso Castel and Stilves until Fortezza. From here, continue until Lake Varna and then along the chestnut trail until the Novacella Abbey in Varna. Cycle into the centre of Bressanone to via Ponte Aquila. Continue on the cycling path until you reach Chiusa and Ponte Gardena. The path runs through a tunnel towards Campodazzo and Kollmann until Prato Isarco just before Bolzano. Continue on the cycling path until the main town of Bolzano where the tour ends in the Walther square.


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