Uphill Marzoneralm 2

General description

From the Etschradbrücke bridge in Tschars the uphill trail no. 2 to the Marzoner Alm mountain pasture leads with a slight incline past various farms up to Tomberg, and continues on to the Zirmtal intersection. There the trail turns right in order to reach, by means of another climb, the Marzoner Alm mountain pasture (1,600 m). The first 8,3 km are paved and the rest of the route is along a gravel path. Upon arrival at the Uphill  Marzoner Alm 2, there are two different ways to join either the Lupo Trail or the Fontana Trail. At 6,7 km (570m vertical climb) one can take the Fontana Trail and at 4,3 km (360m vertical climb) the Lupo Trail.

Length 11.861 km
Difficulty medium
Difference in height uphill 1077 hm
Difference in height downhill 31 hm
Difference in height 1592 m
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Biker-Brettl - The Cyclist’s Snack
Great news for all cycling enthusiasts! The area around Castelbello - Ciardes, with new and exciting trails to explore, is attracting growing numbers of bike enthusiasts. So it was inevitable that some local restaurants and mountain taverns would come up with ways to cater to their needs. The idea of a "Cyclist’s Snack" was born, which include hot and cold dishes, made exclusively with local, seasonal ingredients.
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Based on the "Cyclist’s Snack”, mouth-watering light meals made from freshly picked local ingredients. These snacks were especially created with the cyclist in mind, providing the right amount of energy for replenishment before continuing on their ride. Meals are served from 12.00 – 4.00pm at the participating restaurants and mountain inns.
A few essential cycle services were also thrown in, such as secure parking racks, tools and spares for light maintenance work, an info service and recharging stations for electric bikes. This cyclist’s package is exclusive to the area around Castelbello-Ciardes, Naturno and Parcines.
Cycling in Venosta Valley
With the period from March to late November offering ideal conditions for bike trips and excursions, the Vinschgau valley boasts the longest bike season in the Alpine region.
Dedicated bike points also provide specialised cycling services, including bike shuttles across the entire valley, guided tours and professional advice. The Vinschgau also
features a wonderfully effective bike hire network, with combined tickets enabling visitors to use public transport, hike bikes and even return them to different locations at no
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