The Brennero/Brenner–Bolzano/Bozen Bike Route runs about a hundred kilometers in length across meadows, through forests and past the little hamlets of the Isarco Valley. It also runs past a number of cultural and natural monuments: in the north for example, a few kilometers outside of Vipiteno’s old town, the bike route leads to Reifenstein Castle
, which is more than 1,100 years old and boasts rooms dating from a variety of different epochs. The Brennero–Bolzano Bike Route
connects the three main towns of the Isarco Valley: Vipiteno/Sterzing, Bressanone/Brixen and Chiusa/Klausen.
An e-bike offers as a good option for those are not accustomed to strenuous cycling: its electric motor, which can be activated as required, either supports or completely replaces muscle power. Several rental stations in the Isarco Valley even make it possible to design your own route. For example, an e-bike – or a regular bike – may be rented at the valley station of the Rosskopf cable car and then returned at the train station in Brixen, allowing the rider to make the return trip by train.