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A colourful world for mountain biking fans
From drops, north shores, long-distance and challenging trails to rocky uphill and downhill stretches, Dolomiti Supersummer offers biking enthusiasts a proverbial galactic challenge. The entire MTB offer can be found under the appropriately named Dolomiti Bike Galaxy: it’s enough to make any keen biker’s heart leap. 3,000 square kilometres of mountain scenery, more than 400 kilometres of mountain bike trails and over 24,000 metres of downhill riding transform the Dolomites in summer into an Italian biking mecca.
The Dolomiti Bike Galaxy leaves keen bikers wanting for nothing. Trails, downhill stretches, enduro tracks and bike parks offer plenty of opportunities for beginners and professionals alike. The jewel in the crown of Dolomiti Supersummer? More than 100 lifts transport bikers high up into the mountains of the 12 holiday regions. Most cable cars are equipped for bike transport, so there are no limits to your enjoyment of the trails!
Simply hop on your bike and take off. Experience the true paradise of Dolomiti Supersummer on your bike. Every now and then, as the sections of the route become faster, feel the adrenaline pumping!
NUMEROUS BIKE ROUTES IN THE DOLOMITES
Adventure-seeking tourists will love the spectacular scenery and bike parks on offer in Cortina d’Ampezzo. Take the cable car up to the Faloria: once at the top, keen bikers can look forward to chalets and freeride experiences in the Val Padeon valley. In addition to five lifts, mountain sports enthusiasts can enjoy 2,200 metres in elevation gain here. Hop onto the saddle and let’s go!
Exciting single and freeride trails stretch across the beautiful natural scenery of the Plan de Corones in the Dolomites. The Herrnsteig MTB freeride trail in particular will work up a sweat. Pedal to the metal and experience the unique feeling of racing downhill on the steep trails.
Alta Badia is more than just a mecca for bon vivants and lovers of a good panorama. Highlights also include the Sellaronda circuit and freeriding at the Gardenaccia. Another innovation in the Dolomiti Bike Galaxy are the bike beats. The new routes and trails have been specially designed for an adventurous biking fun. Flow-country trails as well as dirt and sand tracks offer MTB, enduro and E-MTB fans a unique biking experience!
Technically challenging single trails are just waiting to be discovered by downhillers and freeriders. As well as the largest alpine pasture in Europe, the Alpe di Siusi, the Ciampinoi in Val Gardena boasts an indescribable downhill trail, marble-formed single trails (Dantercepies/Cir) and the Sassolungo Park with exciting flow experieces for all ages. Wide variety and ultimate fun for adrenaline junkies - that’s a promise!
Fancy a panoramic tour to discover the most beautiful viewpoints in the Dolomites? Starting in Arabba, the lift takes you up to Portavescovo where the stunning panoramic view of the Marmolada, the “Queen of the Dolomites”, opens up. Travel the trails by bike and admire the picturesque landscapes. Regardless of the difficulty of the selected bike route, the fancy area of Arabba offer true satisfaction for every biker.
Mountain and enduro biking in the holiday region 3 Zinnen in the Dolomites is more than mastering technical challenges against the backdrop of spectacular mountain scenery. It’s journeying in the footsteps of history. In fact, the greatest danger of enduro biking in the Dolomites is becoming distracted by the fantastic panoramic views and losing concentration on the trails!
From April to October, adventure-seekers will find a true bike mecca in the Primiero and Vanoi valleys in San Martino di Castrozza. In the heart of the Paneveggio-Pale di San Martino nature park, tours at every difficulty level are on offer.
Not completely steady in the saddle yet but still keen to learn a trick or two? Bike schools, shops and trained staff are there for you to offer help and advice.
Fun freeride trails, unobstructed road bike tracks or a tour through the woods of the Dolomites: in the bike areas at Plose, the world is your oyster. Whether you come here with the whole family, as a couple, in a group or alone: the bike trails in Plose offer something for everyone.
More than 100 cable cars transport visitors to the heart of the summer Dolomites that stretch across three Italian provinces. The best part? Hikers, bikers and mountaineers can use any of the 100 lifts with just one Supersummer lift card.
Two versions of the Supersummer Card are available: a transferable points card or a season ticket. The points card is particularly well-suited for families or hiking groups who use a card together until the credit is used up. With the points card, the cost of uphill trips is reduced by 20 percent and downhill trips by 35 percent. The non-transferable season ticket, on the other hand, is best suited for mountain bikers, multi-day tours and long-distance hikers.