Pista Ciclabile Alpe Adria
Pista Ciclabile Alpe Adria
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Peter P
Oberdrauburg, Austria6 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
Great tour - was elected bicycle-path of the year by a dutch cyclist-journal in 2018 or so. In Italy great parts on the tracks of an abandoned railway.
Usually done from Salzburg to Grado. (Do not underestimate the part from Villach to Tarvisio! 300m of ascent.)
Transport ist provided @ the steep part from St. Johann to Bad Gastein.
What is disturbing is that sometimes the signs are scarce and one lands in the pampas....
Enjoy!
Written 12 February 2020
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Gary H
Prague, Czech Republic690 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 • Family
I cannot say enough to praise this area. We had a whistle stop tour but we were so pleased we stopped and hiked a few km here. The area is a must. Startled by a large dear not sure who was startled the most the dear or the dog. Beautiful scenery everything you would expect. Must visit.
Written 14 February 2019
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TravelTulip2
Gouda, The Netherlands202 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Friends
With great expectations we started this year this route, but we were dissapointed (like other cyclist we met). It seems to be a route pulled together by the region to attract tourist. We missed critical information for cyclist, for example that most of the paths in Austria were unpaved, quite essential information when selection your tires!

Yes, one can take a train or bus, but still would be nice to know that some stretches are rather steep before your choose to start climbing: 15 to 20% increase!

Not a Radweg I would recommend, there are far nicer regions to cycle.
Written 6 September 2018
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Barbora M
48 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Friends
We did all long Alpe Adria from Salzburg to Grado. I must say that the austrian part is really great - there are campsites, restaurants and breathtaking nature all around. At the italian side the facility is really poor - no campsite from borders to seaside, busy roads and from Udine to Grado not so interesting surroundings. But all in all it was great and I highly reccomend to go! If you hesistate because of your fitness form, I can assure you that its not so difficult :). There are some bad hills, but also the great part of Pontebanna which you can just sit on your bike, going down for about 40 kilometers and enjoy a nice view.
Written 28 July 2018
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franczun
Menges, Slovenia42 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018
Sarting from train station in Tarvisio, the most of this route is placed on abandoned train route. Cycling trough beautifull scenery covered with Alps, trees and with birds songs behind you really relax. Returning with train, equipped with wagoons for byciclists is easy.
Written 13 July 2018
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Malkolek
Olkusz, Poland32 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017
This alpe part is most interesting for me, adria part goes mostly via public busy roads therefore is not attractive anymore till you reach the coast.
Written 5 March 2018
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ljshorey
Harrisburg, United States283 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Friends
On a bicycling tour we did in Slovenia, Italy, and Austria we had the opportunity to do 40-50 kms on this trail. It is stunningly beautiful. We rode though tunnels and there were beautiful mountains surrounding us. The trail was smooth and mostly downhill. You could not ask for a better biking day.
Written 3 October 2017
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Zsuzsanna
Budapest, Hungary277 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017 • Friends
Starting in Tarvisio, first day we went to Kranjska Gora, Laghi di Fusine, next day Pontebba, Chiusaforte, Carnia. Cheated a bit, as we took the car down to Cervignano del Friuli because the bikeroad is till work in progress and not yet done all the way till Grado. From Cervignano is only a 10km ride the beach, from where you still can see the snowy Alps while swimming. Absolutely amazing! It was our third time and will do it again in a heartbeat!
Written 10 May 2017
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Sonia P
36 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2017 • Solo
Good match to the train station on foot just 2 km from Tarvisio or walking in winter .
It' pleasant in a sunny day also if nature
Around you isn't pretty like during summer
Written 20 January 2017
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Carlo A
72 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2016
There are many options as a day bike rider: Tarvisio or Camporosso are great places to start your trip.

If you plan on doing something else than just pedaling, you shall ride to Kraniska Gora (Slo). It is 17 km one way, where you can also enjoy a pristine alpine village and a nearby lake.

My favorite route goes however to the south. Approaching Pontebba do not miss to stop at Bagni di Lusnizza, where you can drink a special spring water at a public place, very healthy for your lungs and digestive system (it smells of rotten eggs). Pontebba one way from Camporosso is about 22km.

The most scenic route starts however after Pontebba (tricky entrance in the proximity of the cemetery), and takes you to Resiutta. Another 20km one way, through many bridges, tunnels, and breathtaking views of mountains and waterfalls. This is a must go!

Written 4 May 2016
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