Pedal your way through Italy's Dolomite Mountains, reveling in the fabulous ascents, descents, and landscape throughout.
The Dolomites are without a doubt one of the great cycling areas in the Alps. Spectacular mountain passes and lush valleys create dramatic ascents and descents that make for exhilarating bicycling and sightseeing alike. Add to this “bike friendly” hotels and bed and breakfasts, plus hearty South Tyrolean meals, and you have discovered the bicycling vacation of your dreams!
Daily excursions are limitless – from steep grades over passes to exploring small hamlets set in the valleys between – and you’ll likely never ride the same road twice! Whether you prefer short rides on the flats through town, or up and over steep mountain passes, Dolomite Mountains has itineraries for bikers of all abilities and interests.
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The options for travel in the Dolomites are as great as the landscape itself. So let us help you! Below are sample itineraries to inspire you. Don’t see quite what you’re looking for? Contact us, and let us create a custom itinerary, just for you!
Join us in the Dolomites for a spectacular week of cycling in the tire tracks of many famous Giro d'Italia stages.
Cycle over breathtaking mountain passes enjoying the camaraderie of 9,000 cyclists from over 40 nations, in one of the most popular Granfondo road biking races in Italy! Guaranteed entry into the Maratona dles Dolomites – ride up to 138 kilometers (86 miles) over 7 passes with 4,230 meters (13,877') altitude gain.
Explore the Dolomites on some of the best road biking tours available, cycling over breath-taking mountain pass after pass as you ride from beautiful Cortina d’Ampezzo to idyllic San Cassiano in Alta Badia.
Cycle across the Dolomite Mountains, enjoying fabulous ascents between jagged peaks and descents into lush green valleys, exploring the unique geology and culture of the Südtirol.
Eat – Drink – Bike – and enjoy the panoramas of the Südtirol!! Cycle from village to village, enjoying the variation in scenery, cuisine, and culture.
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