1A cycling and pedestrian path connects the entire territory
15Public e-bike charging stations
370kmBike and mountain bike trails
Riding with a view
There are many trails of different lengths and difficulties that traverse gravel roads and exciting single tracks, crossing through forests and green meadows to reach alpine lakes and mountain huts, all while keeping a breathtaking view of the majestic Dolomite peaks and the porphyritic ridges of Lagorai.
With a road bike, you can relive the legend by cycling towards Passo Rolle, known as one of the Great Climbs of Trentino and a frequent stage of the Giro d'Italia. Alternatively, you can tackle the challenging gradients of Passo Cereda or enjoy the gentle hairpin turns of Passo Gobbera.
If adrenaline is your passion, you can't miss the breathtaking descents of the San Martino Bike Arena: two downhill tracks full of bridges, parabolic curves, and jumps for performing tricks and stunts. From Alpe Tognola, there are also enduro trails that descend through the wild Valsorda and reach the Vanoi Valley.
For a more flowy experience, choose the brand new Colbricon Bike Park with a fun 4.5km trail and another shorter one that connects with the San Martino Bike Arena.
New cycling routes
Reaching San Martino di Castrozza from the towns of Primiero has never been so eco-friendly!
Hiking or by mountain bike, the brand new cycling and pedestrian path starting from Siror will allow you to cover the approximately 700 meters of elevation that separate you from the small alpine capital at the foot of the Pale di San Martino mountains.
After leaving behind the Primiero Pump Track in Siror, you will venture into the woods that run along the Cismon stream until you reach a spectacular steel suspension rope bridge, suspended over 20 meters above ground. If you are a skilled biker, the cycling path will be an exciting challenge, and you can test your skills on the steeper sections. Alternatively, it's best to opt for the convenience of an e-bike: along the routes, you will find new charging stations equipped with the Zeus system (15 in total throughout the area), ensuring that you can continue on the trails without worries.