Bike programme

Slow Bike

Pure enjoyment on a guided e-bike tour

Discover the Villnöss valley on two wheels on a guided e-bike pleasure tour. The focus is on movement in nature combined with delicious culinary delights. With the e-bike you can explore
the alpine landscape of the Geisler peaks in an effortless, emission-free, climate-friendly and gentle way. Even gradients are no longer an obstacle!
Various vantage points and rustic farmsteads along the bike tour invite you to linger. Several pleasure breaks and tastings of farm products round off the varied programme.
But before the bike tour starts, you will receive technical tips and a briefing on biking from our professional bike guides.

The e-bike tour starts in front of the tourist office in St. Peter/Villnöss valley, from where you head towards St. Magdalena. Continue along the Sunnseitenweg trail to St. Jakob and Teis. Crossing over various kinds of trails and scenic paths, you return to the starting point.

Details of the guided e-bike tour

Thursdays from 2nd May to 31st October 2024 (except 15th August)
  • Start: in spring 9.00 am / in autumn 10.00 am in front of the Tourist Information Office in St. Peter/Villnöss valley
  • Altitude difference: approx. 800 - Km: approx. 25
  • E-bike rental on request
Registration within the day before 4.00 pm at the Tourist Information Office: or +39 0472 840180.
This routes lead across single trails, hiking trails and forest roads. Please note that these routes aren’t only used by bikers, so please respect others sharing the same paths, respect nature and agriculture!
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Info & registration

at Tourist Information Office within the day before 4.00 pm; +39 0472 840180
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Price for guided e-bike tour:
participation fee: 20,00 € - free of charge with DolomitiCard
experience/tasting*: adutls 20,00 € - children (8-13 years) 10,00 €

E-bike rental:
on request - price: 55,00 € (with Dolomiti Card for this tour 50,00 €)

*The experience/tasting is an integral part of the tour and must in any case be paid for separately on site by each participant.