A bike hotel at Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See with feel-good factor
Our bike hotel at Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See is also a heavenly spa hotel in South Tyrol. During a timeout with us, you can be sure to rebalance body and mind, combining active experiences in the outdoors with blissful moments in our spa oasis of 2,500 m². South Tyrol’s South and Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See offer a variety of bike routes, which are perfectly accessible in spring, summer and autumn. The glistening lake, the picturesque vineyards, blossoming orchards and green forests surrounding our bike hotel at Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See create the magical backdrop for your tours – let’s go!
A bike hotel at Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See for everyone
Our bike hotel at Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See is a great starting point for bike tours on various levels of difficulty. Leisurely bikers and families are well advised to explore one of the biking trails in the valley, pedalling towards Bolzano/Bozen, Merano/Meran or Val Venosta/Vinschgau. More experienced bikers are off to conquer the more challenging routes, climbing the high mountains surrounding our bike hotel at Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See. One thing however stays the same for all: After your tour, we await you at our bike hotel at Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See to pamper you by the book – with finest wellness and exquisite culinary delights to remember.
Service for you & your MTB near Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See
During your holiday at our bike hotel at Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See, we offer bikers who wish to spend their active holiday in South Tyrol an extensive range of services. No matter which type of bike tour you are planning to embark on, we find the perfect trail for you, matching all your needs and wishes. Find out for yourself about all the extras and highlights of an active holiday at our bike hotel at Lago di Caldaro/Kalterer See and start looking forward to our accommodating and professional service and the valuable insider tips and tricks for your individual tours!
- Weekly guided cycling tour accompanied by our wellness coach
- Cycling maps
- Safe bicycle storage room
- Bicycle washing facility
- Repair tools, pump
- Backpack and drinking bottle rental
- Laundry service (extra charge)
- Tour suggestions from our reception team
- Food packs to take on your tours
- Free mountain bike, women and children's bike rental
- Rental of top mountain bikes and E-bikes (surcharge)
- We organize tours with bike schools (tours against extra charge)
Monte di Mezzo/Mitterberg
The tour of Monte di Mezzo/Mitterberg is a cycling tour only and leads all the way around the mountain. This tour is ideal for beginners and families. First go on the cycling trail from Caldaro/Kaltern to Ora/Auer. It then leads along the lake and then rounds the Southern peak of the mountain. The tour then continues to Adige/Etsch bridge and all the way to Ora/Auer. From there, take the Val d'Adige/Etschtal cycling trail direction North. Follow the river until you reach Bolzano/Bozen. To the North of Bolzano/Bozen, a cycling trail leads to Caldaro/Kaltern.
The cycling tour to Cislon Alpine hut requires considerable stamina and should only be undertaken by experienced mountain bikers. From the hut you can enjoy stunning views of the Mediterranean part of South Tyrol and the nearby Brenta Dolomites. The tour starts in Caldaro/Kaltern and leads via Ora/Auer to Fontanefredde/Kaltenbrunn along the former railway track. From there, continue direction Trodena/Truden and up the steep climb to Cislon Alpine hut. The descent on no. 1 hiking trail requires good descending ability. Continue via Gleno/Glen, Villa/Vill and Egna/Neumarkt until you arrive in Caldaro/Kaltern.
Bike tour to Bolzano/Bozen
This 14 km long tour to Bolzano starts in Caldaro. On the family bike trail you will get to Christl im Loch and from there on a farm track through Lavasontal Valley, then left-hand to the Kreuzweg Appiano/Eppan. Following the bike trail, you will reach the old train station of Appiano and then cross the Etsch/Adige on the old railway bridge. Turn right and then follow River Adige first on the left, then the right bank, until Bolzano.