- Start: Sölden
- End: Oetz
- Travel time: approx. 4:00 h
- Distance: ca. 50 km
- Elevation gain: 245 hm
The public bus will take you to Sölden (approx. 0:40 driving time). From there, the newly built Ötztal cycle path leads out of the valley past countless three-thousand-meter peaks and some waterfalls along the Ötztaler Ache through the villages of Huben, Längenfeld, Umhausen, Tumpen, Habichen and Oetz. Highlights of the tour are the local history museum in Längenfeld, Tyrol's highest waterfall - the Stuibenfall in Umhausen and the Piburger See in Oetz. Depending on your condition, there are extensions to the tour.
- Start: Oetz
- End: Oetz
- Travel time: approx. ca. 4-5 h
- Distance: ca. 45 km
- Elevation gain: 438 hm
Directly from the resort it goes into the Inn valley to Mieming and then around the Tschirgant mountain range. You come to Imst through the beautiful forests and meadows of the Gurgltal, past the Knappenwelt. The route continues along the Inn through the imposing Imster Gorge to the confluence of the Ötztaler Ache with the Inn. The last part is next to the Ötztaler Ache back to Oetz to the accommodation.
- Start: Nauders
- End: Latsch (Depending on the condition of the group, the end point can be adjusted spontaneously)
- Travel time: approx. ca. 4:00h
- Distance: ca. 65 km
- Elevation gain: 101 hm
Arrival by car and (e-) bike to Nauders (1: 00h -1: 15h driving time). From there, the historical border between North and South Tyrol is crossed. The cycle path leads on the left side of the Reschensee past the famous steeple of the sunken church of St. Anna from Graun. It continues through the idyllic nature along the Etsch past Burgeis, Schleis and Mals to the medieval town of Glurns. You can take a longer break in the beautiful town. The walkable city wall is definitely a highlight.
The second part of the tour then leads past the many apple orchards for which the Vinschgau is known. Via the towns of Prad, Laas, Schlander and Goldrain you get to Latsch, from where a taxi (organize beforehand) will bring you back to Nauders.