Mountain biking in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage
Sella Ronda guided mountain bike tour
The Sellaronda mountain bike route can only be undertaken in the company of an experienced mountain bike guide, and with the help of lift systems to conquer the four Dolomite passes Passo Gardena/Grödnerjoch, Passo Sella/Sellajoch, the Campolongo Pass, and the Passo Pordoi/Pordoijoch. Clockwise the route measures 58 km with a total elevation gain of 11,155 feet/3,400 metres (net 1,640 feet/500 metres); anticlockwise 53 km with a total elevation gain of 9,843 feet/3,000 metres (net 3,773 feet/1,150 metres). The bike pass will not be issued at the lift unless you are accompanied by a guide. Experienced bikers can of course enjoy the Dolomites without a guide. The Dolomite holiday regions Alta Badia, Val Gardena/Gröden, Alta Pusteria/Hochpustertal, Plan de Corones/Kronplatz and the Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm all boast superb cycling routes.
The bike shuttle service in the Kronplatz and Alta Pusteria regions is tailored above all to cyclists more interested in pleasure than athletic feats. The "bike taxi" will take you and your bicycle to your desired starting point, from where you then cycle back along the signposted route. To ensure nobody loses their way there are detailed route descriptions for the return ride and information on places and features of interest along the way. Cycle rental available. firstname.lastname@example.org
With 600 km of cycle paths in South Tyrol's valley floors even occasional cyclists are sure to find a tour which suits them. The following links will supply you with offers for your cycling holiday throughout South Tyrol.