The Val Pusteria cycle path stretches from Brixen to Lienz in East Tyrol.
This unique cycle path is particularly suitable for families, racing cyclists and e-bikes. The entire cycle path is asphalted and has no steep gradients. The length of 105 km can be mastered in several stages.
From the bishop’s town of Brixen you start out to the Mühlbacher Klause. Continue passing Vintl, Ehrenburg, St. Lorenzen to Bruneck, is the easternmost town of South Tyrol.
The Kronplatz ski area is not only an attraction in winter, also in summer for downhillers, for families there are numerous hiking possibilities.
Reinhold Messner has built 2 museums in Bruneck. One at Bruneck Castle and one at the Plan de Corones.
The Pustertaler cycle path continues to Percha, Olang, Welsberg, into the Upper Puster Valley with the municipalities of Niederdorf, Toblach and Innichen.
This holiday region is characterized by the Dolomites, which are part of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage.
The last part of the Pustertal cycle path crosses the border from Italy to Austria, past Sillian, Heinfels (Loacker production site) to Lienz in East Tyrol.