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Complete South Tyrolean Cycling Track A: Vipiteno/Sterzing – Glorenza/Glurns

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  • Auf dem Südtirol Radweg quer durchs ganze Land.
    Auf dem Südtirol Radweg quer durchs ganze Land.
    Photo: Hannes Riegler
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Distance 267.3 km
18:56 h
1,566 m
1,614 m
Across the country.
From the South Tyrolean Cycling Track from Vipiteno/Sterzing, passing the Val Pusteria/Pustertal to the main town of Bolzano/Bozen and through the Val d’Adige/Etschtal to Glorenza/Glurns

The starting point of the South Tyrolan Cycling Track is the city of Vipiteno/Sterzing. The track proceeds through the marvelous town and the “Sterzinger Moos” in southern direction, along fields and woods towards the majestic fortress of Fortezza/Franzensfeste. After passing the fortress turn east on the first road and follow the signposting of the cycling track in direction of the Val Pusteria/Pustertal. The route leads along the river Rienza/Rienz in eastern direction to the city center of Brunico/Bruneck. The second stage of the South Tyrolean Cycling Track leads through the city of Brunico/Bruneck and along the river Rienza, while passing through the picturesque Val Pusteria/Pustertal. Passing the towns of Chienes/Kiens, San Sigismundo/St. Sigmund, Riomolino/Gais and Vandoies di Sotto/Niedervintl, follow the descent to Chiusa di Rio di Pusteria/Mühlbacher Klause and ascend briefly towards the town of Rio di Pusteria/Mühlbach. Now descend towards the valley until you reach the

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