MTB tour Marling mountain
This cycle tour from Marling up the Marling mountain climbs metre by metre.
Marling is actually known as a rewarding hiking area, but also offers good conditions for exciting tours for cyclists: because Waalwege and high-altitude paths are also available for mountain bikers, at least early in the morning and late in the evening and in the low season.
Starting point of the tour
Marling Tourist Office
Destination of the tour
Church of St Vigilius
The mountain bike tour starts at the Marling Tourist Office. From there, take the Waalweg trail and trail no. 33 to the Tschigg inn and then take forest trail no. 31 to the Almboden crossroads. From here, cyclists take trail no. 9 to Gasthof Seespitz and on to St. Vigilius Church, the highest point of the tour.
From St. Vigilius church, take paths no. 9 and 29 to Mahlbach and Gasthof Bründl, where you can either return to Marling via Senn am Berg or via Gasthof Grammegg.
33, 31, 9, 29
Mountain bike, helmet, wind and rain protection, sunglasses, air pump
Trains stop at the railway station in Bozen and Meran, bus connection to Marling
Brenner motorway A22, exit Bozen Süd, motorway MEBO, direction Marling
Car park in Marling
Type of trail
Length 18.8 km
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