Jump on your bike and explore the Antholz Valley and the surrounding area, the region where extreme mountain biker and multiple Dolomitenmann extreme sports relay race winner Hannes Pallhuber learned his tricks. Get fit and discover the Puster Valley in all its glory while you pedal at your own pace.

Routes and terrain for mountain biking in Antholz
Amazing cycle paths in the breathtaking countryside are what the Antholz Valley does best. Routes graded by difficulty make it easy for intermediate cyclists to get started and test experienced athletes’ limits as they reach heights were nothing grows. The enchanting mountain landscape of the Puster Valley will leave you with lasting holiday memories and an enthralling adrenalin kick.
The pump track in the new MTB area behind the fish pond is the ideal way for enthusiasts of all ages to give mountain biking a go. Three designated downhill tracks for adventurous cyclists also start here. The steep trails up to the Staller Saddle mountain pass and the tours to the Langegg mountain pasture or Klammljoch mountain pass also pose their own unique challenges. Both experienced mountain bikers and cyclists looking for fair challenges and idyllic views will love these routes.

Vierbrunnenhof – The perfect base for your active holiday
Those who return from mountain biking in the Antholz Valley feeling exhausted yet happy will find a lavish wellness area with a swimming pool and saunas at the 3-star superior Hotel Vierbrunnenhof. The 5-course dinner by head chef Konrad, which is brimming with South Tyrolean specialities, will give you the energy you need for the days ahead.
Hotelier and hiking guide Thomas works with his entire family to look after his active guests and help them with everything they need, from selecting a track to hiring a bike from the hotel. They may even get to meet two of the world’s best professional mountain bikers – Hannes Pallhuber and his Belgian colleague Roel Paulissen – as they run a bike shop nearby.