Our Queen of turns
The road of the Stelvio Pass at 2,757 meters above sea level is the highest road pass in Italy and is with its 48 bends a challenge for every motorcyclist. We combine this tour with a visit to Bormio and Livigno. Along the reservoir lake back to Fiss through the lower Engadin in Switzerland. The tour offers 265 km - afterwards we look forward to a cold beer in our Hotel Fernblick.
The ride across the 2,509 m high Timmelsjoch through the Ötztal glaciers to the South Tyrolean vineyards of the Passeiertal and to Merano remains an unforgettable experience. The "secret gap" in the Alps or the direct route to the south opens the most beautiful areas of North and South Tyrol to motorcyclists. They can rightly be described as the most beautiful scenic road in Tyrol. At the end you rideo along the Reschenstausee across the Reschenpass back home and after about 240 km finest biker fun we enjoy the last rays of sunshine on Fernblick's terrace.
keyboard_arrow_rightKaunertaler Glacier Road
Asphalt an Glacier Road
Sie überwindet auf Ihren 26 Kilometern Länge insgesamt 29 Kehren und einen Höhenunterschied von rund 1.500 m. The ride along the reservoir lake, past the Gepatschalm up to the "Schnapsloch" and the view across to Gepatsch glacier and the huge crevasses is an experience. An ideal half-day tour incl. Visit of a walk-in crevasse. In the evening we serve culinary delights to recharge your batteries for the coming tours.
keyboard_arrow_rightSilvretta High Alpine Road
The tender temptation
This dream road amon the alpine pass roads meanders gently in more than 30 turns to the apex, the Silvretta Bielerhöhe. Once at the top you will be amazed by the impressive mountain scenery and the harmoniously embedded Silvrettasee. At an altitude of about 2,000 meters above sea level, the mountain peaks are within reach. Here sits the Piz Buin (3,312 m), the highest mountain in Vorarlberg. Return across the Arlberg or the Lechtal and the Flexenpass! The beautiful impressions and images won't get out of your head when you relax with friends at our bar.
The more rustic pass
The Umbrailpass (2,502 m) is the highest road pass in Switzerland. The partially graveled but good route forms the connection between Santa Maria in Graubünden (N) and the south-west ramp of the Stilfserjoches in South Tyrol (S). The border crossing is located directly at the turnoff of the Stelvio Pass' ramp, the peak is located a few hundred meters to the north. As an alternative, you take Ofenpass - Umbrail to Stelvio. Here, the asphalt is rather difficult to ride on - but no problem for those who like it a bit rougher.
Long drawn pleasure
The Ofenpass road is located on the eastern edge of Switzerland. From Sta. Mary you ride through the Münstertal and follow the Ova dal Fuorn towards Zernez, which rises directly at the summit (2,149 m). Due to the good asphalt and the many long bends, I also count this Alpine crossing among my favorite tours.
Then either take a ride through the Val Müstair or the way across the Umbrailpass to the Stelvio pass. If you come from the opposite direction, you can choose between the Flüela or Albulapass.
Waterfalls amd bends
The Gerlospass (1,620 m) is the main road connection between the Zillertal in Tyrol and the Oberpinzgau in Salzburg. The pass has many a time been part of the Austrian Tour. The winding connection is a beautiful possibility journey to offer a nice tour to the Grossglockner. Don't miss highlights such as the Krimmler waterfalls.
Pleasure has two faces
The Hahntennjoch (1,903 m) is the northernmost mountain pass. It branches off from the Lechtal in the west to the Bschlaber Tal and leads to Imst. The pass is situated in the middle of the Lechtaler Alps (up to 2,777 m high) that connect to the Oberammergau Alps, and thus is close to the German border. If you start in Elmen, looking directly on the famous ramp that inspires awe in every cyclist. On some 700 m yo have to overcome slope values of 12-15%. If you start the ascend to the Hahntennjoch in Imst (827 m), one starts from the old town thoroughfare. Coming from the north (Fernpass or Holzleitensattel), leave the B 189 at the first exit in Imst and turn after 300 meters turn right into the Lehngasse (L 246).
The Flexenpass is still in the Vorarlberg area, but close to the border to Tyrol. It is thus indeed just four kilometers northwest of the famous Arlberg Pass, but an important connection to the Lechtal and the Hochtannbergpass. The Flexenpass is particularly interesting because of its many possible combinations with its neighboring passes: there are four conceivable variants:
Variant 1 - Flexenpass only
Lechtal – Warth – Flexenpass – Alpe Rauz – Bludenz
Variant 2 - 2 passes
Lechtal – Warth – Flexenpass – Alpe Rauz – Arlbergpass – Sankt Anton
Variant 3 - 2 passes
Bregenzerwald – Hochtannbergpass – Warth – Flexenpass – Alpe Rauz – Bludenz
Variant 4 - 3 passes
Bregenzerwald – Hochtannbergpass – Warth – Flexenpass – Alpe Rauz – Arlbergpass – Sankt Anton
The undoubtedly most interesting variant 4 offers the unique opportunity of three mountain passes on only 25 kilomteres! The pass itself offers apart from a small restaurant no special features. No need for planning a longer stay. The highest peak of interest is the Valluga (2,809 m), three kilometers east of the pass.