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Magic trail at Laces/Latsch

Fantastic trail with irrigation channels, ruins and apples at the southern edge of the forest in Laces.

Start at AquaForum and take the gravel path upwards (slight difference in altitude) on the so-called Rehpromenade and the fitness trail until you get to the irrigation system’s reservoir pond. Turn right before the bridge and follow the hilly trail through the cool forest winding along Hunter’s path and Neuwaal irrigation channel path until the Montani di Sopra castle ruin. The alternation between pedaling sections and slight downhill flow requires technical skills. The Montani di Sopra castle ruin awaits you with a wonderful view and the famous St. Stephen’s chapel with its frescoes. Technique fans will be enchanted by the fine hairpin trail before you return on relatively flat paths and along the Mareinwaal irrigation channel path. You can then enjoy a cool beer and a good dish along your way at Bierkeller, the pizzeria at AquaForum or in the village of Laces. Please note: Many “Share the Trail” sections! Descent and connection variants: Turn left towards Morter just after the cycle path below Montani di Sopra and then on the Morterer Leger route until the access to trails no. 2/3 or up to the Holy Hansen trail.


Altitude uphill 409 hm
Altitude downhill 409 hm
Length 11.416 km
Contact Tourist Office Laces-Martello
Street Hauptstraße 38/A
Zip code 39021
Place Laces/Latsch
Venosta Valley MTB map set
The three-part Venosta Valley MTB map set includes more than 100 tours, including ground conditions from Resia/Reschen to Tel/Töll, and from Ofenpass mountain pass into the Tiroler Oberland area in Austria and the Stelvio region.
From the beginning of April to the end of October, the bike shuttle service in Laces/Latsch and Val Martello provide a transport service to selected destinations all over Venosta Valley.
Ride Fair is a collaboration of shuttle companies. The cooperation was compiled and developed by the responsible parties for bikes in the Venosta Valley to provide maximum protection for nature and maintain the trails in a sustainable way. The four shuttle companies participating at the project are: Bike South Tyrol, Freeride Vinschgau, Mobil Car and Vinschgau Shuttle.