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Road cycling routes in the Dolomites

South Tyrol, Italy

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For those who enjoy an active vacation, we have lots of suggestions in the Dolomites. Use our Travel Guide as a source of inspiration for planning your next adventure and browse through descriptions and route details of the most beautiful road cycling routes.
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The 10 Most Beautiful road cycling routes in the Dolomites

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Road Bike
Transalp Tagestour - Lenggries Achensee Brenner Bozen
recommended route Difficulty difficult
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212.6 km
12:00 h
1,930 m
2,350 m
Überwiegend auf weniger befahrenen Straßen und Nebenwegen oder Radrouten aber (fast) immer auf Asphalt an einem Tag über die Alpen.
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Road Bike · Val di Fassa
Canazei - Fedaia Pass - Rocca Pietore - Caprile - Arabba - Pordoi Pass - Canazei
recommended route Difficulty difficult Open
67 km
7:00 h
2,039 m
2,039 m
Classic itinerary that, with start and finish in Canazei, faces two of the Dolomites passes that are most loved and dreaded by cyclists: Fedaia and Pordoi.
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Road Bike · Val di Fassa
Sellaronda
recommended route Difficulty difficult Open
66 km
5:50 h
2,060 m
2,061 m
The Sellaronda, or Tour of the Four Passes, is one of the most fulfilling cycling routes. A 66 km tour on road, with four mountain passes to climb, just as many Ladin valleys to cross and amazing Dolomites landscapes that fill your eyes.
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Road Bike · Val di Fassa
Pozza di Fassa - Tesero - Pampeago Pass - Ponte Nova - Costalunga/Carezza Pass - Pozza di Fassa
recommended route Difficulty difficult Open
72.8 km
5:40 h
1,976 m
1,969 m
Latemar tour that allows to cross over South Tyrol from Fassa and Fiemme, the Avisio valleys. Once passed Val di Stava, you conquer Pampeago Pass, at an altitude of 1.983 m, closed to traffic.
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Road Bike · Val di Fassa
Vigo di Fassa - Costalunga/Carezza Pass - Tires - Castelrotto - Ortisei - Sella Pass - Canazei - Vigo di Fassa
recommended route Difficulty difficult Open
108.6 km
7:45 h
2,734 m
2,727 m
Panoramic route between Trentino and South Tyrol. You’ll pedal in the presence of Rosengarten, Sciliar, Sassopiatto, Sassolungo and Sella, facing in quick succession Costalunga, Nigra, Pinei and Sella passes.
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Road Bike · Val di Fassa
Moena - San Pellegrino Pass - Valles Pass - Predazzo - Moena
recommended route Difficulty difficult Open
55.1 km
5:00 h
1,575 m
1,581 m
Warm-up lap that, starting from Moena, faces in quick succession San Pellegrino and Valles passes. It retraces the summer version of Alpe Lusia - San Pellegrino ski tour, with suggestive landscapes on the Pale of San Martino, Paneveggio Lake and the hamlet of Bellamonte.
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Road Bike · Val di Fassa
Moena - San Pellegrino Pass - Cencenighe - Agordo - Forcella Aurine - Cereda Pass - Tonadico - Rolle Pass - Predazzo - Moena
recommended route Difficulty difficult Open
124.3 km
12:00 h
3,345 m
3,345 m
Long and challenging itinerary that, starting from Moena, faces San Pellegrino Pass. Long descent ‘till the village of Agordo, from where you go up again to conquer Cereda Pass. You cross over Primiero and then reach Rolle Pass, to eventually return to Predazzo.
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Road Bike · Val di Fassa
Maratona dles Dolomites
recommended route Difficulty difficult Open
116.3 km
10:25 h
3,449 m
3,453 m
It’s the Granfondo that, on the first Sunday of August, gathers on the roads of the Dolomites passes – closed to vehicular traffic for the occasion - 9.000 cyclists (professionals and amateurs) from over than 70 countries. 
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Road Bike · Val di Fassa
Marcialonga Cycling
recommended route Difficulty difficult Open
139.7 km
11:45 h
4,068 m
4,101 m
Marcialonga Cycling Craft is the Granfondo on road that takes place yearly between end May and mid-June through the Avisio valleys, with start and finish in Predazzo, Val di Fiemme. The route begins pointing towards Val di Fassa.
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Road Bike · Val di Fassa
Climbs of Giro d' Italia – Pordoi Pass
recommended route Difficulty difficult Open
12.8 km
2:10 h
801 m
1 m
The ascent to Pordoi Pass, several times stage finish of Giro d’Italia, is very regular, with an elevation development of 800 m, spread on a length of 12,8 km.
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Rennrad am 12. Oktober 2020 by martijn
October 12, 2020 · Community
steil, grün, einsam, panorama... supertour
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