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Cycling tour- stage Rabland/Rablà - Meran/Merano - San Leonardo Val Passiria

Bicycle Rides · Meraner Land
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  • Cycling through Val Venosta Via Claudia Augusta - stage Rabland/Rablà-Reschen/Resia
    / Cycling through Val Venosta Via Claudia Augusta - stage Rabland/Rablà-Reschen/Resia
    Photo: Tourismusverein Partschins, Partschins
  • Cycling tour- stage Rabland/Rablà - Meran/Merano - San Leonardo Val Passiria
    / Cycling tour- stage Rabland/Rablà - Meran/Merano - San Leonardo Val Passiria
    Photo: TV Passeiertal, Partschins
  • / Cycling through Val Venosta Via Claudia Augusta - stage Rabland/Rablà-Reschen/Resia
    Photo: Tourismusverein Partschins, Partschins
  • / Cycling tour- stage Rabland/Rablà - Meran/Merano - San Leonardo Val Passiria
    Photo: MGM, Partschins
  • / Cycling tour- stage Rabland/Rablà - Meran/Merano - San Leonardo Val Passiria
    Photo: MGM, Partschins
  • / Cycling tour- stage Rabland/Rablà - Meran/Merano - San Leonardo Val Passiria
    Photo: MGM, Partschins
  • / Cycling tour- stage Rabland/Rablà - Meran/Merano - San Leonardo Val Passiria
    Photo: TV Passeiertal, Partschins
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moderate
48 km
8:56 h
716 m
931 m
Leisurely bike trip for the whole family into the Val Passiria

Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
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Landscape
Highest point
641 m
Lowest point
294 m
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Turn-by-turn directions

The family tour into the original Val Passiria begins in Rablà on the famous cycling route Via Claudia Augusta. It continues along the Val d’Adige Cycle Trail to Tel, where we follow the cycle track to Merano. The cycling route to Val Passiria begins in the Sissi Park in the centre of Merano. We follow it though many picturesque villages to San Leonardo in Passiria. The return journey follows the same route to the train and bus station of Merano.

The river Passirio accompanies cyclists along the 20 km cycle lane that runs through all of Val Passiria from Merano (525 m above sea level), passing through Saltusio (490 m above sea level) up to San Leonardo in Passiria (689 m above sea level).

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Getting there

Our tip: BikemobilCard - one ticket for all means of transport!
Travel around South Tyrol with public means of transport and rent a bike with just one ticket!
The BikemobilCard allows you to make full use of South Tyrol's Integrated Public Transport network on one, three or seven consecutive days. In addition, on one day of your choice during the validity period of your BikemobilCard you may rent a bike in one of the railway stations’ bike rentals or in various further rental points dislocated throughout the territory and carrying the "Bici Alto Adige" logo. In every bike rental participating in the initiative it is possible to rent and return bikes. Feel free to return your bike at a rental point differing from that of departure.

Coordinates

DD
46.670309, 11.062832
DMS
46°40'13.1"N 11°03'46.2"E
UTM
32T 657788 5170594
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike


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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
48 km
Duration
8:56h
Ascent
716 m
Descent
931 m

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