If you like undiscovered trails, fantastic views and particularly cosy places to stop for a bite to eat, you will love a bike holiday in Hafling and the surrounding area. Explore the South Tyrolean mountains on a mountain bike or e-bike and enjoy a unique view the whole time. The well-signposted routes lead past beautiful places and promise lots of fun. Professionals will work up a sweat on demanding routes up to about 2000 metres in altitude, but are always rewarded with a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view. The cycle paths along the green valleys, on the other hand, are ideal for casual bikers and families.
BIKING AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE
Hotel Salten is a member of Bikehotels Südtirol and offers its guests top service when it comes to two wheels.
- Guided MTB tours by certified bike guides
- Monitored, lockable bike room
- Free mountain bike rental
- E-mountain bikes against fee
- Bike map for exploring the most beautiful places in the area
- Bike helmet hire
- Bike wash station
- Assembly stand and toolbox
- Drying room for clothes & shoes
- Air compressor
TOUR-TIP - THE KREUZJÖCHL AND THE STOANERNEN MANDLEN
This tour is a balancing act - in the truest sense of the word. High above the Etschtal valley in the Sarntal Alps, the legendary, mystical cult site of the "Stoanerne Mandln" stone towers. Here, disputes about the use of the alpine pastures are said to have been guided by good and evil spirits. The arrangement of the many stones is somehow reminiscent of a natural chessboard. I wonder who won? With over 1,000 metres of altitude gain and some technically tricky but still doable passages, this tour has made an international name for itself.
TOUR-TIP - THE „ALM“ CULINARY TOUR
This enjoyable tour with just under 700 metres of altitude gain is an ideal leisurely half-day tour - assuming you manage to cycle away from the tempting aroma emanating from numerous alpine huts. However, if you don't stop in, you're missing out. After all, there is no reason to rush on this tour; the climb is constant, without extreme steep sections, and the descent is no technical challenge either.