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Closed hiking trails

Closed hiking and biking trails

Current state of hiking and biking trails around Algund

The journey is the reward… but especially in summer, some hiking trails are closed every now and then due to forestry and construction work or stormy weather. You will find a list of all closed trails on this site so that you don´t have find out when you´re already there.
Our interactive map will help you find alternative trails to plan your trip despite the closures. Be sure to pay attention to the signs at the trails and follow the commands and prohibitions.

Interactive map

Last update: 18/06/2024

Closed hiking trails

  • Hiking trail no. 25A in Vellau closed until further notice due to stabilisation of the hiking trail after landslide.

Closed cycle paths


Further closures

  • The Burgstall-Vöran cable car will be out of service from 17 June to Friday 21 June.
  • Night rides on the Vigiljoch cable car are cancelled tomorrow, Tuesday 18 June, between 18:00 and 23:00.
  • Another rockfall on the road Schnalstal section gas station - entrance Pfossental - current information can be found here

Vinschgau railway line

From 18 March, the Val Venosta/Vinschgau railway will run again at weekends

Until Sunday, 17 March: closure on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Replacement buses will run between Merano/Meran and Malles/Mals.

From Monday, 18 March 2024, the Venosta Valley Railway will also run again at weekends (Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays). The partial closure of the Venosta Valley railway in the evening hours remains in place.

Daily evening closure (Mon - Sun): The last three trains in the direction of Malles/Mals (no. 7033, 7035, 7037) and the last two trains in the direction of Merano/Meran (no. 7032, 7034) are cancelled. Replacement buses will run between Merano/Meran and Malles/Mals.
The replacement buses only serve the stops indicated in the timetable.

New from 18 March: replacement bus from Malles to Merano, departure at 22:15 instead of 22:00 (only on Saturdays on working days)

Please note: Bicycles cannot be taken on the replacement buses.
Ticket validators: Tickets cannot be purchased or validated on the replacement buses. Please therefore validate your tickets and season tickets before boarding.

As far as the transport of bicycles is concerned, there are the following options for our guests:

  • Purchase the Bikemobilcard at the information desk of the Algund Tourism Association or at the railway station in Merano and travel by public transport to Mals or Reschen, rent a bike there and return it in Merano.
  • Load your own bike onto the train for an additional charge of €7. Please note that people, wheelchairs and prams have priority on the train, i.e. if the train is full you will have to wait for the next one.
  • Contact directly the various taxis and private shuttle buses that organise the transport of people and bicycles to Mals or Reschen. E.g. Taxi Iris www.taxi-iris.com or Südtirol Bike Shuttle www.suedtirolbike.info/shuttle.

All current information can be found on the website www.suedtirolmobil.info