Pleasure Tours
From Olang you can explore the most beautiful pleasure tours of the Puster Valley
Pleasure Tours
in Olang
Welsber | © TV Gsieser Tal, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
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To Welsberg
Distance 16,2 km
Duration 1 h 08 min
Ascent 254 m
Decent 308 m
Around the Kronplatz
Distance 47,5 km
Duration 4 h 24 min
Ascent 3.019 m
Decent 3.019 m
Bruneck | © TV Antholzertal, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
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To Ried - Castle Lamprechtsburg and to Bruneck
Distance 24,2 km
Duration 1 h 57 min
Ascent 801 m
Decent 801 m
Three peaks view | © TV Antholzertal, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
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To the view of the Three Peaks
Distance 31,4 km
Duration 2 h 32 min
Ascent 638 m
Decent 240 m
Furkelpass / Passo Furcia
Distance 17,5 km
Duration 2 h 11 min
Ascent 1.373 m
Decent 584 m
Pragser Wildsee | © TV Antholzertal, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
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To the Pragser Wildsee Lake
Distance 27,0 km
Duration 2 h 14 min
Ascent 766 m
Decent 386 m
Innichen | © TV Antholzertal, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
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To Innichen
Distance 25,2 km
Duration 1 h 52 min
Ascent 342 m
Decent 184 m
To the Staller Saddle
Distance 22,2 km
Duration 2 h 37 min
Ascent 1.424 m
Decent 376 m
From Olang to Bruneck
Distance 10,3 km
Duration 37 min
Ascent 40 m
Decent 258 m
BikeMap South Tyrol

The Pustertal Valley Cycle Path - called Pusterbike - is particularly popular. Experience alpine life and alpine nature up close - get on the valley cycle path directly in Olang, which connects the entire Pustertal Valley.

7 tours - 7 alpine side valleys

Discover South Tyrol's uniquely diverse range of cycle rallies in alpine side valleys. In the green Pustertal Valley you can experience 7 unique valleys on your trekking bike or e-bike, starting from Olang:


  • Antholzertal Valley: From Olang via signposted cycle route directly into the Antholz Valley.
  • Pragser Tal Valley: By bike along the valley cycle path into the Prags Valley directly to the Prags Lake
  • Gsiesertal Valley: pure tradition between the Defereggen Alps and the Rieserferner Group
  • Höhlenstein Valley: scenic beauty between the imposing rock faces of the two nature parks Fanes-Sennes-Prags and Drei Zinnen.
  • Tauferer Ahrntal Valley: Into the most rustic valley in South Tyrol - framed by 3,000-metre peaks.
  • Badia Valley: Via the quiet side road by bike to St. Vigil and as far as Pederü
  • Weitental Valley: back to the start - or to the beginning of the Puster Valley


All the pleasure tours are accessible by bike for the whole family along well-signposted cycle routes.

An unbeatable duo
Drau cycle path & railway

The Drau Cycle Path is a real crowd-puller that doesn't demand too much from families or pleasure cyclists: from Olang you're in Toblach in no time and from here it's all downhill to Lienz. Now it's time to explore the town, go shopping and enjoy a coffee in the sun. Save your energy, enjoy your day and do whatever you want - because the return journey to San Candido can be made quite comfortably by train. The great bike rental service in Olang, the good train connections in the entire Puster Valley and the use of public transport in South Tyrol with the SÜDTIROL GUEST PASS make it possible and the bike can be handed back at a rental point to enjoy the return journey from San Candido to Olang in comfort on the train!


Combi-ticket offers from Südtirol-Rad or Papin Sport include the rental bike and, if desired, the return of the rental bike at another rental point along the route.

This gives you the option of cycling just one route, simply returning your bike at one of the many return stations and then comfortably returning by train - without a bike in your luggage. This is how easy valley cycling is in the Puster Valley!


INSIDERTIP: If you are travelling with your own bike, you should avoid the peak times and simply plan your tours with Train+Bike anti-cyclically. This way you can avoid big crowds in the peak season. Or you can take advantage of the ingenious bike shuttle offer from Rent & Go: Find your favourite destination and Kurt's bike shuttle will take you directly there.

Don’t miss it
The top 6 hotspots

The pleasure routes into the alpine side valleys offer some highlights and hotspots that you should definitely not miss. It's all here: natural power spots, insta-spots, turquoise mountain lakes and thundering waterfalls.


Along the enjoyment tours, you can also expect plenty of culinary highlights and (if necessary) bike service points: In every valley there are cycling professionals for quick first aid and South Tyrolean hospitality in traditional inns. WiFi for good accessibility and the most important GPS data on your mobile phone is also available everywhere. Those who value cyclist-friendly accommodation are in good hands in the certified Bed+Bike establishments and in the Bike Alpinhotel Keil in Olang ... to dream of cycling in the mountains!

Top 6 Hotspots

Our top 6 hotspots of the Puster Valley are...
Top 6 Hotspots
  • Pragser Wildsee Lake
  • Antholzer See Lake
  • Reinbach Waterfalls in Sand in Taufers
  • Gsiesertal Valley
  • St. Vigil in Enneberg
  • Along the Rienz to the Three Peaks viewpoint to Cortina

Pragser Wildsee Lake

With the trekking bike into the Pragsertal Valley and directly to the Pragser Wildsee Lake, the million-fold shared Insta-star of the region. In high season, the road is quota for cars, i.e., from 10:00 in the morning cyclists conquer the road to the picturesque lake. However, caution is still advised when riding on the road.

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Antholzer See Lake

From Olang it goes by bike through the whole Antholzertal Valley until you reach the Antholzer See Lake and the Biathlon Center at the end of the valley.

The tour can still be extended - over the Staller Sattel pass. The pass road is open every hour from minute 30 to minute 45. 

However, caution is still advised when riding on the road.

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Reinbach Waterfalls in Sand in Taufers

The spectacular waterfalls can be reached via short hiking trails through the forest and are definitely worth the small diversions! The thundering natural spectacle is divided into three waterfalls, which overcome up to 50 metres.

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Gsiesertal Valley

Rural culture and living tradition meet the mighty mountain peaks of the Defereggen Alps and the Rieserfernergruppe in the Gsiesertal Valley. With a trekking bike or an e-bike you can easily reach the first two alpine huts at the far end of the valley.

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St. Vigil in Enneberg

The beautiful route to St. Vigil - or further to Pederü - is always worth a trip! Experience the typical Ladin atmosphere of the Badia Valley in the main town of the municipality of Enneberg, in the middle of the Fanes-Sennes Prags Nature Park.

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Along the Rienz to the Three Peaks viewpoint to Cortina

A tour for the whole family. From Olang, the route e along the Rienz, which rises at the foot of the Three Peaks at 2,180 m, to Toblach and from there in a southerly direction into the Höhlenstein Valley. The cycle path leads amidst the two nature parks Fanes-Sennes-Prags and Three Peaks of Lavaredo past the famous Three Peaks of Lavaredo viewpoint, slightly ascending to the Cimabanche Pass (1,539 m). Along the old railway line, one scenic highlight follows the next. From Cimabanche Pass it is all downhill, through old railway tunnels to the noble ski resort of Cortina.

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