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ROUTES SUGGESTED BY YOU
A small collection of routes suggested and collected on the web. If you are an enthusiast and would like to see your route published, write to us, we will be happy to share your passion with all 2-wheel sportsmen and women!
The mountain bike route winds along the Val di Fiemme and Fassa cycle path, the Fedaia Pass with views of Ciampac and Creipa Neigra, the village of Alleghe, Falcade, Moena and Soraga Lake. Along the route it is also possible to admire the ancient Capitello degli Arconi, thought to date from around 1300. Soraga, an enchanting municipality located in a picturesque valley in the Dolomites, welcomes visitors with a feature that does not go unnoticed: its charming lake, although of artificial origin, is now an integral part of the landscape and life of the local community.
A challenge route to conquer the Carezza Pass (Costalunga) or Karerpass, via the Latemar to Moena. Moena, whose Latin etymology suggests the meaning of ‘swamp’, is a picturesque town located in the province of Trento, nestled in the beautiful Val di Fassa. This charming village is home to around 2,000 inhabitants and lies at an altitude of just over 1,100 metres, a stone’s throw from the renowned Val di Fiemme.
The mountain bike route touches the main villages in the Val di Fassa, from Canazei, Campitello di Fassa, Mazzin, Pera di Fassa and Pozza di Fassa, to Soraga. The view that this route offers repays all the energy expended.
A path that leaves your eyes ‘breathless’. An incredible, living, unique landscape that winds its way from Campitello di Fassa to one of the most beautiful valleys in the Dolomites: Val Duron.
Sella Pass: The Sella Pass, located at an altitude of 2,240 metres above sea level, is an important Alpine pass separating two distinct mountain groups in the Dolomites: the Sassolungo group and the Sella group. This pass serves as a natural border between two iconic valleys, Val di Fassa in Trentino and Val Gardena. The Sella group is known for its impressiveness and compactness, characterised by imposing rocky towers. The summit of this mountain range has a relatively flat shape, making it a popular destination for ski touring enthusiasts. The most famous ascent in this area leads to Piz Boè, which rises to a remarkable 3,152 metres, offering a spectacular panoramic view of peaks that have played a significant role in the history of international mountaineering. These mountains have a beauty and majesty that have fascinated explorers and mountain enthusiasts for generations, and their presence continues to inspire those seeking adventure in one of the most extraordinary places in the Dolomites.
Pordoi Pass: The Pordoi Pass is a spectacular route through the mountains of the Dolomites, located about 12 kilometres from Canazei in the Fassa Valley. This pass is located at an altitude of 2,239 metres above sea level and marks the border between the regions of Veneto and Trentino. Looking north, one enjoys a panoramic view of the Sella Group, while looking south, one admires the majestic Marmolada Group. The Pordoi Pass offers quick and convenient access to the Sella Group via a cable car that leads directly to an elevation of 2,950 metres above sea level, reaching Sass Pordoi, the southernmost end of this mountain range. This cable car offers an extraordinary experience, allowing visitors to admire the beauty of the Dolomites from a unique perspective, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and imposing rocky peaks.
Tesero: in the heart of the picturesque Val di Fiemme, Tesero stands as a true guardian of the most authentic traditions. During the Christmas period, this enchanting village is transformed into a true wonderland, with a hundred handcrafted nativity scenes emerging from alleys, courtyards, windows, stables and cellars. The event ‘Tesero and its Nativity Scenes’ attracts thousands of visitors, creating a magical and engaging atmosphere.
Laghetti di Colbricon: represent one of the Park’s hidden treasures, a gem of beauty accessible after a short half-hour walk from Passo Rolle. Along this impressive route, the view opens up to spectacular panoramas, embracing the imposing Pale di San Martino with the majestic Cimon della Pala on one side and the majestic Lagorai chain on the other.
Passo Fedaia: situated at an altitude of 2054 metres, the alpine pass in the Val di Fassa represents a regional border point between the provinces of Trento and Belluno. This extraordinary place is located at the foot of the Marmolada, known as the Queen of the Dolomites, and offers spectacular views of its imposing glacier. This plateau of approximately 2.5 kilometers is known for the presence of Lake Fedaia, a vast artificial basin surrounded by a dam that blocks the head of the Avisio valley.
Passo Giau: Passo Giau, located between Cortina d’Ampezzo and Selva di Cadore in the province of Belluno, is renowned as one of the most spectacular places in the Dolomites. This extraordinary area is famous not only for having been part of the Giro d’Italia route, but also for hosting important events such as the Dolomite Marathon. Furthermore, Passo Giau offers a wide range of opportunities for excursions and outdoor activities during both summer and winter. Throughout the year, Passo Giau attracts cycling enthusiasts from all over the world, thanks to its challenges and breathtaking views. The Dolomite Marathon, for example, is a very prestigious road cycling event that attracts cyclists of all ages and abilities.
Passo Manghen: Passo Manghen is a majestic Alpine pass located in south-eastern Trentino, immersed in the splendid Lagorai mountain range. This mountain road has become a true icon for two-wheel lovers around the world and is famous for its presence in the Giro d’Italia, one of the most prestigious cycling competitions in the world. However, this celebrity is not only due to its presence in the race, but also to its extreme challenge for cyclists, thanks to its length and steep gradient. The southern slope of the Manghen Pass, through the picturesque Calamento valley, leads to the picturesque Borgo Valsugana, offering breathtaking views along the way. On the other side, the northern slope leads to Molina di Fiemme, through the Cadino valley, also characterized by extraordinary natural beauty. In summary, Passo Manghen is a celebrated stop for cyclists and an iconic landmark for those who love to explore the beauty of the Italian Alps, representing an exceptional challenge for those who dare to tackle its length and steepness.
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