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Bike paths, cycling & mountain biking in the Dolomites

Set off on a great tour

In the Dolomite holiday regions, you will find a real paradise of demanding bike tours and beautiful cycle paths. Unforgettable mountain bike tours on mountain heights and to crystal-clear lakes are guaranteed here. The efforts of the climbs are rewarded with beautiful panoramic views.

Experience the most wonderful cycle routes in the Dolomites, through the valleys, up to the summits, and over gentle pastures. Cycling like this is fun! You will also like the numerous cycle paths, such as the Pustertal Cycle Path or the Toblach-Cortina Cycle Path. This huge cycling network for leisurely cycling and mountain biking is perfect for families and groups. And best of all, is that buses, trains and private bike shuttles, will bring bikes and cyclists back to their starting point.

There are also some freeride & downhill trails for adrenaline addicts in the Dolomites, and not forgetting great cycling events, such as the South Tyrol Dolomiti Superbike, the Maratona dles Dolomites or the Sellaronda Bike Day. Your cycling holiday in the Dolomites is guaranteed to be a dream holiday.

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The most beautiful cycle routes in the Dolomites ...

The Pustertal cycle path
Altitude:
500 hm
Length:
105 km
Time:
6-7 h
easy

The Pustertal cycle path

It is immensely popular: the cross-border 105 km long Pustertal cycle path between Mühlbach and Lienz. Entire families cycle here, mostly with rental bikes, in both directions, and can be transported back to the starting point by the trains. The great thing is: if you are too tired to cycle, you can just stop and take the train back.
The Dobbiaco - Cortina cycle route
Altitude:
300 hm
Length:
30 km
Time:
2 h
medium

The Dobbiaco - Cortina cycle route

A bike tour from Dobbiaco in Alta Pusteria to Cortina d'Ampezzo, not only leads through the wild and romantic Höhlenstein valley, but also connects South Tyrol with Belluno. The special thing about this route is: it leads over the old railway line that used to connect the two Dolomite villages and leads past the world famous Three Peaks.
The Plose Single Trail 'Flow 6.6 KM'
Altitude:
983 hm
Length:
6.6 km
Time:
45 min
difficult

The Plose Single Trail 'Flow 6.6 KM'

From 2,050 m above sea level, almost 1,000 vertical metres down into the valley, on two wheels. Perfect for mountain bikers looking for adventure. Numerous steep curves lead from the Plose near Brixen down into the valley. There are many jumps that can also be avoided via chicken lines. Variety and excitement guaranteed.
The Latemar circuit
Altitude:
1600 hm
Length:
39.6 km
Time:
6 h
difficult

The Latemar circuit

The Latemar is one of the most beautiful mountain massifs in the Eggen Valley. A beautiful mountain bike tour leads around this mountain range. Granted, it is demanding, and you need to be fit with good skills, but there are spectacular descents and ascents on the lap, which starts from Obereggen.

 

 

South Tyrol Dolomiti Superbike

13.07.2019

Every year in early July, the holiday village of Villabassa in Alta Pustera turns into a true cycling Mecca, because once again it is: The South Tyrol Dolomiti Superbike. Every year, the most difficult mountain bike race in the Dolomites attracts a multitude of cyclists. There are two distances available for more than 3,500 cyclists annually, at the South Tyrol Dolomiti Superbike race. Either 119 km and an altitude of 3,822 metres, or 60 km and an altitude of 1,688 altitude metres - whatever athletes choose - a decent level of fitness is required for both routes.

 


The Maratona dles Dolomites

07.07.2019

This is a very special street marathon in the heart of the Dolomites, where 9,000 enthusiastic cyclists take part every year: the Maratona dles Dolomites - Enel, one of those events where you can say with great pride: I was there! Cyclists can choose the length of the route up to grandiose and car-free passes.
The Maratona route: 138 km, 8 passes, 4,230 altitude | Medium range: 106 km, 7 passes, 3,130 altitude | Sellaronda route: 55 km, 4 passes, 1,780 altitude.

 


Cycling holidays - the perfect hotels ...

Hotel Excelsior
San Vigilio di Marebbe
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