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Dream journey Bolzano/Kastelruth/St Ulrich/Canazei

Road biking · Südtirols Süden
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  • Coming from Prato dell'Isarco, past Fiè llo Sciliar
    Coming from Prato dell'Isarco, past Fiè llo Sciliar
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Distance 116.8 km
8:40 h
3,291 m
3,291 m
A dream come trueBy road bike from Bolzano with spectacular views across four passes.

Start: cycle path bridge at EURAC in Bolzano, direction Valle Isarco (Eisacktal), then follow the Valle Isarco cycle path to Blumau. – At km 9 in Blumau, ride along Brennerstaatsstrasse and when leaving the village (short tunnel) continue in the direction of Seiser Alm/Völs/Seis/Kastelruth. – At km 26 in Kastelruth follow direction of Panider Sattel. – At km 37 on Grödner Strasse (SS 242) turn right and follow direction to Sellajoch. – At km 51 continue straight on to Sellajoch. – At km 62 on leaving Sellajoch turn right towards Canazei. – At km 68 in Canazei continue in direction Mazzin/Pozza di Fassa/Vigo di Fassa. – At km 79 in Vigo di Fassa, turn right towards Passo Costalunga (Karer Pass), then across Karer Pass through Eggen valley in direction Bolzano back to Valle Isarco (Eisacktal) (Eggental roundabout). At km 114 to Eggental Tunnel, follow direction Rentsch/Ritten at the roundabout; after 200 m take the cycle path back to Bolzano.

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