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The Best of the Dolomites by Road Bike – NEW for 2012!

Explore the Dolomites on some of the best road biking tours available, cycling over breathtaking mountain pass after pass as you ride from beautiful Cortina d’Ampezzo to idyllic San Cassiano in Alta Badia.

Bike Day in the Dolomites

Bike Day in the Dolomites



  • Bicycle over breathtaking Dolomite mountain passes, enjoying fabulous ascents and jagged Dolomitic peaks and descents into beautiful valleys
  • Explore many of the highlights of the Dolomites: the Sellaronda and the Sella Massif, Corvara and Passo Gardena, Alta Badia and Cortina d’Ampezzo, and more!
  • See an incredible variety of Dolomitic landscapes, from eroded glacial moraines to walls long ago below the sea to the highest mountain in the Dolomites
  • Experience three cultures – Italian, German, and Ladin – with their many traditions that make this region so unique

Cycling is one of the best ways to explore the Dolomites – to grasp its scale and see it change around every corner. And this itinerary is an incredible selection of some of the best road biking itineraries available in the Dolomites! You’ll taste the excitement of being completely surrounded by a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as you cycle 419 kilometers (206 miles), with 15,014 meters (49,259′) of climbing and 14,643 meters (48,041′) in descents, with a “low point” of 278 meters (912′) in Bolzano and a high point of 2254 meters (7,395′) on the Passo Pordoi. These are numbers that road bikers dram of! To challenge themselves on the famous roads of the Dolomites, with even-length, manageable stages each day.

Not only will you relish these rides and the breathtaking surroundings each day, but also the selected cuisine and the cozy bike-friendly hotels. Discover the different culture, the true delights of traditional cuisine and the particulars of the different valleys and small villages. Explore geological mysteries and phenomenon. Luxuriate in a spa after a long ride – you earned it after all! You’ll soon see why bicycle is the ideal vehicle to savor the atmosphere and the reality of these mountains.


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Length:  8n / 9d

Start / Finish:  Cortina d’Ampezzo / Alta Badia

Moderate to Challenging Trip: For road bikers in good physical condition.

  This trip is available as a custom departure on dates of your choosing, or as a self guided trip
Cost: starting at €2780 per person with 6 members

Includes:  Accommodations and meals as per itinerary, professional bike guide, road bikes, helmets, local transportation, luggage transfer, and map of the area.


About Our Guides
The cycling on this trip isn’t just about the distance and meters climbed, but is for you to fully experience and enjoy the Dolomites. Our guides are always looking for the best areas for guests to experience, often places that most visitors do not get to see!



Dolomites Panoramas

Dolomites Panoramas





Dolomites Panoramas

Dolomites Panoramas




Trip itinerary may vary based on weather conditions, fitness levels and abilities of participants, and/or the recommendations of your guide.

Day 1 ~ Arrive in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Dolomites
Arrive in Cortina d’Ampezzo and check into your hotel. Cortina is a charming alpine resort town surrounded by stunning peaks. Meet your Dolomite Mountains Guide in the afternoon for a trip briefing and equipment check.
…Hotel in Cortina d’Ampezzo (3-Star)

Day 2 ~ Cortina d’Ampezzo to Forcella Staulanza
Start from Cortina cycling up to Passo Giau (2,236m / 7,336′), a famous pass in the Giro d’Italia bike race. From here you’ll be able to admire the Marmolada, Civetta, and the Col di Lana, which held a strategic position during WWI. Descend through Selva di Cadore, then climb to the top of Forcella Staulanza (1,773m / 5,817′), arriving at your rifugio for the evening. (38 km / 24 miles biking, 1,792m / 5,879′ ascent – 1230m / 4,035′ descent.)

Since today is your first day of cycling, we kept the tour relatively short, but for those with energy to spare, an additional ride is available.
B,D… Rifugio 

Day 3 ~ Forcella Staulanza to Fiera di Primiero
Descend to Val di Zoldo, and then climb to Passo Duran (8 km / 5 miles, 647m / 2,123′ elevation gain), touring around the southeastern mountains of the Civetta Group. Descend again (14 km / 9 miles, 1,000 meters / 3,281′) to the village Agordo in Belluno, then climb the Passo Cereda (23 km / 14 miles, 1,040m / 3,412′). You’ll enjoy two brief descents that break up the climb – no doubt welcome breaks! Upon reaching the top of the pass, a final descent for the day takes you to San Martino di Castrozza, where you will stay tonight. (65.6 km / 41 miles biking, 1,862m / 6,110′ ascent – 2,937m / 9,636′ descent.) 
B,D… Hotel in San Martino di Castrozza (3-Star)

Day 4 ~ Fiera di Primiero to Moena 
Tackle three important ascents today – Passo Rolle (21km / 13 miles, 1,260m / 4,134′ ascent), Passo Valles (7km / 4 miles, 465m / 1,526′ ascent), and Passo San Pellegrino (6km / 4 miles, 492m / 1,614′ ascent) – with incredible scenic landscapes that bring you into the heart of the Dolomites.

En route you pass by the base of the Pale di San Martino – a large sedimentary 2,600-meter (8,530′) plateau, with its ancient tropical seas and coral reefs from 250 million years ago; the peaks of Loagorai, the remains of ancient volcanic eruptions; and “La Foresta dei Violini” – the spruce fir woods that the world renown Stradivari violins wood comes from.(59km / 37 miles biking, 2,382m / 7,815′ ascent – 1,900m / 6,234′ descent.)
B,D… Hotel in Moena (3-Star)

Day 5 ~ Moena to Oberbozen Renon
Today you cycle from the Catinaccio-Latemar mountain group to the Renon plateau. A slight descent is followed by an ascent to Passo Lavazzè (11km / 7 miles, 830m / 2,723), and as you cycle be sure enjoy the spectacular view of the Latemar mountains and the Renon plateau. Another descent – a long one this time! – to Val d’Ega (25km / 15 miles, 1,530m / 5,020′) brings you to the entrance of the city of Bolzano. One final ascent for today (11.5km / 7 miles, 1,230m / 4,035′) to reach the village of Soprabolzano where you will stay for the night. (65 km / 40 miles biking, 2,282m / 7,487′ ascent – 2,254m / 7,395′ descent.)

This afternoon is free for you to relax and explore, visiting the city of Bolzano and the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology to see Ötzi (the Iceman), or the Ritten Earth Pyramids – famous obelisks of red earth formed by erosion of glacial moraines.
B,D… Hotel in Renon (3-Star)

Day 6 ~ Renon Soprabolzano to Pozza di Fassa
Depart Renon with a spectacular view of the Dolomites descending to Val d’Adige (11km / 7 miles and 860m / 2,822′). Cycle along the Adige River (the second largest river in Italy) toward Austria, and then on toward Costalunga Lake. After 28 kilometers (17 miles) with 1,515 meters (4,970′) of climbing, arrive to Passo Nigra (1,712 / 5,617′), and then Passo Costalunga (1,752m / 5,748′), riding through small and isolated villages far from traffic. If you have the energy, it’s worth extending the itinerary to the vibrant turquoise Costalunga Lake. Descend to Val di Fassa where you will spend the night. (55 km / 34 miles biking, 2,218m / 7,280′ ascent – 2,106m / 6,909′ descent.)
B,D… Hotel in Pozza di Fassa (3-Star)

Day 7 ~ Pozza di Fassa to San Cassiano
Today is the hardest ride of the week, but with the training you have done the last few days, you will be ready to cycle up these Dolomite passes in no time! Begin with a light ascent to Canazei, then up to Passo Fedaia. Next is one of the steepest ascents of the tour: 12.5 kilometers (8 miles) with a 1,030 meter (3,379′) elevation gain at an inclination up to 13%. Wow!  You’ll be overjoyed when where you reach the village Caprile and can catch your breath. Continue to ascend, cycling up to Passo Falzarego (20km / 12 miles and 1,070 meters / 3,510′).

One final pass… Passo Valparola. Finish with a descent to San Cassiano (9km / 6 miles with 636 meter / 2,087 elevation loss), one of the most picturesque villages in the Alta Badia region. (67 km / 42 miles biking, 2,377m / 7,799′ ascent – 2,143 m / 7031′ descent.)
B,D… Hotel in San Cassiano, Alta Badia (3-Star)

Cycle the well-known, classic ride in alpine cycling – the Sellaronda. This famous tour circumnavigates the Sella Massif, crossing four passes – Gardena (2,137m / 7,011′), Sella (2,240m / 7,349′), Pordoi (2,242m / 7,356′, often the highest point of the Giro d’Italia, and famous for its 33 hairpin turns), and Campolongo (1,875m / 6,152′). Return to San Cassiano and celebrate your accomplishment!
B,D… Hotel in San Cassiano, Alta Badia (3-Star)

Day 8 ~ Depart
Breakfast and departure.

Ski the Dolomites most famous resorts

Ski the Dolomites most famous resorts, staying in mountain rifugios and charming B&Bs, and enjoying lift-service access to hundreds of miles of prepared terrain – you may never ski the same run twice!


           Experience the Dolomiti Superski – a “carousel” of 12 inter-connected resorts with 1,200 kilometers (746 miles) of prepared pistes!

           Ski “hut-to-hut” staying in mountain rifugios and charming B&Bs – the perfect combination of mountain accommodations as you ski through the Dolomites

           Explore some of the Dolomites most famous resorts including Cortina d’Ampezzo, Plan de Corones, and Civetta, surrounded by superb Dolomite panoramas


The imposing peaks of the Dolomite Mountains provide extraordinary terrain for skiing and snowboarding. Boasting the number one ski resort in the world, and a past Winter Olympics site to boot, the Dolomites are a winter sports paradise for families, beginners, and champions alike. Plus, the sun shines an unparalleled 8 days out of 10 in the sunny winter paradise of the Dolomites – more than any other range in the Alps!

On this incredible Ski Safari, you’ll explore a wide variety of the finest ski resorts of the Dolomiti Superski. From San Vigilio di Marebbe, Plan de Corones, Val Gardena, Rosengarten Latemar, Val di Fassa, San Pellegrino, Trevalli, Civetta, Cortina d’Ampezzo, and back to Alta Badia, you’ll have 6 full days of skiing to get to know these mountains well. And one of the beauties of skiing in the Dolomites is that you can ski from resort to resort, returning to a base camp hotel, or moving from rifugio-to-rifugio each night. And, on this exciting ski safari, you’ll do both!


Each evening you’ll experience the welcoming atmosphere of a rifugio – an alpine mountain inn set high atop the mountains with excellent views – and savor the excellent culture and cuisine unique to the region. Crossing from region to region – the South Tyrol, Badia, and Cortina – your taste buds will enjoy the unique combination of flavors resulting from the disparate Italian, Austrian, and Ladin cultures found in these valleys.


With lift-service pistes to help you move from resort to resort, and this much terrain, you may never ski the same run twice!




Want to learn more about skiing in the Dolomite Mountains? Check out our Winter Article Resources, featuring articles on The Not to Miss Ski Tours of the Dolomites, Dolomites Ski Resorts, Transitioning from On- to Off-Piste, and MORE

Check out our video gallery with some of the best free-ride videos in the Dolomites and check out our new video Freeride Off-Piste: Val Culea Integrale in the Sella Group.







Length: 7n / 8d


Start / Finish: San Vigilio di Marebbe / Alta Badia


Dates: This trip is available as a custom departure on dates of your choosing mid-December to early-April


Activity Level: For skiers in good and active physical health.


Guide Ratio from 1:6: Professional UIAGM/IFMGA mountain & ski guides have many years of experience skiing the Dolomites. We have guides that speak Italian, English, French and Spanish. From the moment you arrive in the Dolomites they will look after you. They know the best ski runs, mountain restaurants, and how things work in the Italian mountains.

Custom trip – call for prices


Includes: Accommodations in double rooms in 3-star hotels and private rooms and/or dormitory (4-5 pax per room) in rifugi/mountain inns as per itinerary, meals as per itinerary, UIAGM/IFMGA mountain ski guide <<every day??>>, Dolomiti Superskipass, local transportation as noted in itinerary, luggage transfer, local medical and evacuation insurance.


Single room on request in hotels only. Airport transfers available on request.


Ready to take the next step? Just complete and return our Trip Questionnaire, or contact us directly to plan your Dolomites adventure today!



Itinerary may vary based on weather conditions, fitness levels and skiing abilities of

participants, and/or the recommendations of your guide.


Day 1 ~ Arrive in San Vigilio di Marebbe, Dolomites
Arrive in San Vigilio di Marebbe and check in to your hotel. Meet your UIAGM/IFMGA ski guide for a trip briefing and equipment check (and rent any equipment if needed), and pick up your week long Dolomiti Superskipass.

D… Hotel in San Vigilio di Marebbe


Day 2 ~ Kronplatz – Plan de Corones & Alta Badia Ski Resorts
For your first day in the Dolomites, you will enjoy the slopes of two adjacent ski areas: Kronplatz – Plan de Corones and Alta Badia.

Beginning in San Vigilio di Marebbe you’ll access the Kronplatz – Plan de Corones – the number one ski resort in the South Tyrol. Kronplatz is a popular destination for skiers, with its majestic 2,275-meter (7,464′) peak standing out from the surrounding mountains. On the top of a wooded area, along the south side of the Pusteria Valley, it offers a 360-degree panorama of the entire surroundings. 105 kilometers (65 miles) of pistes and 31 modern lifts, its slopes will take you towards Riscone (Brunico), San Vigilio di Marebbe, Valdaora, and Perca.


Next you’ll explore the ski resort of Alta Badia. Its location between 1,400 and 2,700 meters (4,593-8,858′) above sea level ensures optimal ski conditions throughout the winter, and offers breathtaking views of the most beautiful peaks of the Dolomites. Fast and comfortable ski lift connections, miles of wide, well-groomed slopes (130km / 81 miles), and the spaciousness of the ski area allow you to enjoy pleasant and safe skiing days. Charming mountain huts and first class mountain restaurants round out the appeal, making Alta Badia a ski area for connoisseurs.

B,D… Hotel in San Vigilio di Marebbe


Day 3 ~ Val Gardena Ski Resort

Beginning again today from San Vigilio di Marebbe, ski to Piculin from where you’ll take the ski-bus to Alta Badia. From here, ski to Val Gardena in the area of the Seceda (over Santa Cristina). Then, ski back to Passo Sella where you can have lunch at Rifugio Emilio Comici, famous for its fish dishes. From the start, quality was the main objective of this rifugio, and the excitement about the culinary highlights have made the hut into what is today: a rifugio for the sophisticated.

After lunch, ski around the area and then to your rifugio for the night, located in a beautiful panoramic position on the Col Rodella at 2,440 meters (8,005′) in the heart of the Fassa Valley. Here you can admire one of the most wonderful landscapes of the Dolomite arc, dominated by the imposing mass of the Sassolungo.

B,D… Rifugio


Day 4 ~ Fassa Valley & Pampeago Ski Resorts

In the morning, discover the Belvedere and Ciampac areas of the Val di Fassa, a veritable paradise for families, children and skiers looking for soft, gentle slopes. Descend to Pozza di Fassa and transfer to Predazzo, where you will enjoy skiing in the Rosengarten Latemar ski area.

The picturesque traditional mountain villages, and five unmistakable ski zones of the Latemar Ski Center (Obereggen, Pampeago and Predazzo, the Alpe Cermis/Cavalese, Alpe Lusia/Bellamonte, Oclini/Lavazè, as well as the Rolle-pass) with more than 100 kilometers (62 miles) of slopes are all perfectly snuggled into the panorama, calling you to try the superb, sun-kissed gentle downhill slopes. And in the distance, you’ll enjoy the views of Marmolada, the Sella Group, and the Pale di San Martino, a breathtaking mountain landscape, particularly at sunset when the “Monte Pallidi” dress in fiery red.

B,D… Hotel in Predazzo


Day 5 ~ Val di Fassa & San Pellegrino Ski Resort

After a hearty breakfast, transfer from Predazzo to Bellamonte (about 15 min) and ski in the Alpe Lusia ski area, with its wonderful views of the Pale di San Martino, Catinaccio, and Lagorai.

In the afternoon transfer to Passo San Pellegrino (10 min). Passo San Pellegrino is the ideal place to spend an unforgettable holiday on the snow, with more than 60 kilometers (37 miles) of slopes of varying length and difficulty, spread out at altitudes between 1,918 and 2,513 meters (6,293-8,245′), all equipped with cutting edge lift systems. Discover this ski area and then take the transfer on a snow-cat to your rifugio for the night.

B,D… Rifugio


Day 6 ~ Trevalli – Civetta Ski Resort

From Passo San Pellegrino, ski to Falcade, and transfer to Alleghe. From here you’ll ski in the Civetta ski area, in the heart of the Veneto Dolomites, which offers a wide range of slopes (80km / 50 miles) and attracts skiers of all levels.


Surrounded by plenty of uncontaminated views and majestic peaks, the valleys of Alleghe, Selva di Cadore, Zoldo, and Palafavera of Monte Civetta are rich in history and tradition. This area became famous during the 19th century, during the final century of the Venetian Doges, when the first winter guests discovered the imposing beauty and timeless charm of Monte Civetta and in particular Monte Pelmo – known as “God’s Throne.”

B,D… Rifugio


Day 7 ~ Cortina d’Ampezzo & Alta Badia Ski Resorts

In the morning discover the Cortina d’Ampezzo ski area, with 140 kilometers (87 miles) of prepared pistes snuggled within the Dolomite landscape. Cortina is well-known all over the world for its fascinating beauty, surrounding mountains, and as host to the 1956 Winter Olympics. You will get to know all of its slopes, from the famous Olimpica (where the men’s Olympic downhill events were held, and for many years the stage of the Women’s World Cup); to the superb

Canalone (or Canyon in English, where the women’s downhill Olympic events took place); to the beautiful, but more tranquil, piste leading to Pomedes, where you can stop for lunch at Rifugio Pomedes. In the afternoon, enjoy the final runs of your trip as you ski back to Alta Badia.

B,D… Hotel in Alta Badia

Day 8 ~ Depart
Breakfast and departure.

“Racchette da neve” Itinerari Inverno 2011-2012

Snow Shoes Dolomites Tour

Tour della Val di Fassa con le “Racchette da Neve”


Day 1: Arrivo a Canazei (esiste da qst’anno un servizio taxi con elicottero dagli aeroporti di Verona Venezia Milano, direttamente in Dolomiti; min 4 pax con bagagli). Verifica e noleggio attrezzatura. Briefing and orientations.

Day 2: Da Canazei giro delle contrade di Lorenz e Verra, le più alte della Val di Fassa e ritorno a Canazei da Pian Trevisan. 3-4 ore

Day 2: Da Canazei alla splendida ed isolata Val Contrin. Inizialmente con una piacevole passeggiata ci si porta ad Alba di Fassa ed indossate le racchette da neve si sale la ripida stradina che porta nella splendida e pianeggiante conca della Val Contrin, sormontata dal Gran Vernel e Marmolada sul lato sinistro e la maestosa cima del Collac a destra. Rientro x il medesimo itinerario. Pranzo a sacco. 4-5 ore

Day 3: Da Pozza di Fassa, dove in località Meida indossiamo le racchette da neve imbocchiamo la Val S. Nicolò,  Pranzo presso la tipica Baita Crocefisso. Rientro a Canazei. 2-3 ore . Opzione per i più allenati, la salita a cima Undici nel gruppo della Vallaccia, (6-8 ore x la cima con pranzo a sacco) un’alternativa meno lunga, il raggiungimento del rifugio Vallaccia (chiuso in inverno) 4-6 ore, con pranzo presso Baita Monzoni dal singolare ed estroverso gestore Mr Nello.

Day 4: Dal Passo S.Pellegrino  Salita al Passo Forca Rossa al cospetto della parete Sud della Marmolada e con splendidi panorami verso le Pale di San Martino, Agner, Lagorai. Si dorme al rifugio Fuciade. Pranzo a sacco. 5-6 ore

Day 5: Dal rifugio Fuciade a Pozza di Fassa per il Passo Selle, passo strategicamente importante durante la prima guerra mondiale, luogo nel quale per un soffio non cambiava il corso della guerra. Impareggiabile vista verso la Cresta di Costabella, Cima Uomo, Pale di S.Martino, Lagorai, Latemar e Catinaccio. Arrivo a Pozza di Fassa e rientro a Canazei. Pranzo a sacco. Itinerario molto lungo 6-8 ore

Day 6: Da Campitello dove imboccato il sentiero per l’abitato di Pian, uno dei più belli della Valle di Fassa, entriamo nella lunga e suggestiva Val Duron al cospetto delle cime dolomitiche della Torre Innerkofler, il Dente del Sassolungo e del Sassopiatto a dx e delle cime DiDona e  Del Lago nel gruppo del Catinaccio a sx, arriviamo all’omonimo passo Duron, Pranzo a sacco. 6-8 ore. Opzione la salita al passo Ciaregole con pranzo in baita da Giorgio Brack (un vecchio amico) e rientro.

Day 7: Da Vigo di Fassa con l’ausio della Funivia si sale al Ciampedie, nota località sciistica; abbandonate le affollate piste da sci ci inoltriamo nel cuore del Catinaccio, scendendo alla località Gardeccia, (nota x aver ospitato una delle tappe più impegnative dell’ultimo giro d’Italia) e seguendo la Val di Vaiolet, raggiungiamo baita La Regolina (dai mitici Job e Morena conosciuti in tutta la valle per la bontà dei loro piatti). Rientro a Vigo

Day 8: Departure

I costi variano in base al numero di partecipanti e tipo di pernottamenti: B&B oppure Hotel.

Tutte le gite sono fattibili in giornata con pernotta mento a vs cura tranne che per il rifugio Fuciade.


Traversata da rifugio a rifugio con le “Racchette da Neve” Da S.Cassiano a Cortina d’Ampezzo

Day 1: Arrivo a S. Cassiano. Verifica attrezzatura. Briefing and orientations. Pernottamento in B&B in S. Cassiano.

Day 2: Da S. Cassiano verso il Passo Valparola e rientro a S. Cassiano (dal  rif Pralongià)

Day 3: Da Capanna Alpina al rifugio Fanes

Day 4: dal rif Fanes verso la forcella Medech e ritorno al rifugio Fanes.

Day 5: dal rif Fanes al rifugio Fodara Vedla

Day 6: dal rifugio Fodara Vedla a cima Sennes e rientro al rifugio Fodara V.

Day 7: dal rifugio Fodara V. a Cortina d’Ampezzo. Pernottamento in B&B in Cortina.

Day 8: Departure.

I costi variano in base al numero di partecipanti e tipo di pernottamenti: B&B oppure Hotel.