Various traffic-free Talradwege valley cycling tracks start from the center of Lana. The Etschradroute valley cycling track starts at the Reschenpass mountain pass, winding through the Val Venosta/Vinschgau Valley to Merano/Meran and on to Bolzano/Bozen before heading south to Trento.
Suited to families with children, the flat South Tyrol Wine Road (Südtioler Weinstraße) passes through apple orchards, picturesque villages and the two Montigglerseen lakes as well as the Kalterersee lake. The cycling track along the Falschauerdamm dam along the Falschauer river is shorter in length.
Cycling in Lana and environs
There are routes suitable for everyone in Lana, ranging from leisurely family-friendly rides to competitive cycle races. The climb up the Gampenpass mountain pass to the Val di Non/Nonstal Valley and back across the Mendelpass mountain pass is demanding but satisfying.
Other routes of note include the Mount Vigiljoch circuit, the trails on Marling mountain and the cycle track from Lana to the Tesimo plateau. The 113 km-long MTB ride from Lana to the Kirche Maria Schmelz church in the peaceful Val Martello/Martelltal Valley, is also popular.