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Malga di Tarres trail

From steep and technical passages to flowing forest trails and hilly pedaling sections – the Malga di Tarres trail has something for everyone.

After a steep and technically demanding start you continue on a slightly larger and faster trail (Please note: There is a short “Share the Trail” section at the beginning before you are on an old road) to get to the next trail section that winds through the moss-green forest. This wonderful, never-ending section takes you along partially slightly washed out passages, easy steps and superb forest floor trails. After 2.5 km you cross the forest road at Platzleng (picnic area). You can either go to the chairlift or take the trail through rather steep terrain with some difficult stone passages until you get to the Ramini irrigation channel path. Enjoy wonderful views of the apple orchards of Tarres and Laces. Having passed by the reservoir pond, Laces and a well-deserved refreshment stop are near! Several “Share the Trail” passages!
Technical difficulty: S1 - S2. Partially short S3 passages in the last part before the Ramini irrigation channel path.


Duration :45 h
Length 8.3 km
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.