This blog is about a 3-weeks-journey wich will start in June 2018.
I´m going to cycle with my recumbentbike from Bavaria to
Grado (Adriatic Sea/Italy) along the Ciclopista Alpe Adria.
It´s an outstanding cyclepath wich takes you on a 420 km trip
over the alps by using the “Tauernschleuse” train from
Bad Gastein to Mallnitz. Leaving the train you´ve got only to
roll down to the Adriatic Sea visiting Spittal, Villach and Udine
with its ancient towns.
After a 2-days-break it will be continued at Bassano del Grappa
I´m going to reach by train.
Here we go up again into the outstanding valley of the river Brenta
wich I´ve been cycling through in 2016 on my way to Rome.
In the end you reach the Lago di Caldonazzo and follow the
valley of the river Etsch to my next stop Lago di Garda.
On my way to the nice campingsite next to Manerba located in the
southwest coast of this lake I´m going to visit Trento, Rovereto, Lazise
and of course Sirmione.
After 2 days off I´ll cross Lago di Garda by boat and continue my trip
in Garda up north. Perhaps I´m going to take a hiking-day.
Around die Lago you have a perfect surrounding by mountains
and if I´ve got a day left I´m going to use this great option to hike.
Crossing the Brennero Pass I´m going to take my way back home
so this trip will be around 1.200 km.
Looking forward to this great journey with it´s beaches and oldtowns…
For the new interactive map with 17 long distance cycle routes visit