The Naz-Sciaves High Apple Plateau is located directly at the interface of the various Isarco Valley and the Pusteria Valley bicycle routes. This makes the High Apple Plateau an ideal starting point for cycling trips of every kind. Along the routes, there are many points to rent bicycles and to combine bike and railway transport.
The Isarco Valley Bicycle Route
offers easy leisurely cycling, great fun for families and sports enthusiasts alike. The route begins at the Brennero Pass and leads through Alta Vall’Isarco/Wipptal and the Isarco Valley past the cities of Vipiteno/Sterzing, Bressanone/Brixen and Chiusa/Klausen, coming to an end in Bolzano/Bozen. The 102-km long tour can be traveled in sections; the bike path is well signposted and leads through spectacular hills and forests.
The Pusteria Valley Bicycle Route
starts at Rio di Pusteria/Mühlbach at the entrance to the spectacular Dolomites. The approximately 105-km long tour leads along the entire Pusteria Valley to Lienz in the Austrian part of Tyrol. The paved cycle path is also suitable for leisure cyclists and families. Scenic sites and attractions along the cycle path provide for unique impressions.
Start with your mountain bike from Naz-Sciaves/Natz-Schabs to cycling tours in the entire Isarco Valley
. Routes of varying difficulty lead either through the lower mountain range, along sunny Alpine plateaus, or even up to high Alpine paths and mountain passes amidst a stunning landscape.