The 80km Adige cycling trail leads from Resia Pass to Merano/Meran along the old Roman Via Claudia Augusta and is particularly popular among moderate-level cyclists.

The Adige Cycling Trail along the Via Claudia Augusta in South Tyrol
From Resia Lake, the Adige cycling trail leads to Burgusio/Burgeis, which is worth a visit. The Marienberg Abbey with notable frescoes and a round arch portal dating from the 12th century is located there. The highest Benedictine Abbey in Europe has been inhabited for more than 800 years. From Burgusio, cyclists also have a beautiful view of the historic village of Malles/Mals with its Romanesque churches and towers, as well as the mystical Tartscher Bühel hill and the medieval town of Glorenza/Glurns, with its completely preserved medieval town wall. The Adige cycling trail alongside the Via Claudia Augusta leads past the unique marble quarry village of Lasa/Laas and all the way to the idyllic Castelbello/Kastelbell with its imposing castles and further to the pre-Carolingian St. Proculus church in Naturno/Naturns. The Adige cycling trail finally winds its way to the Alpine-Mediterranean wine-growing region in the Etschtal Valley, with its Art Nouveau spa town of Merano.