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By road bike through the Dolomites - komoot pioneers in South Tyrol

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By road bike through the Dolomites - komoot pioneers in South Tyrol

Road Cycling Collection by Bikehotels Südtirol



14:04 h

144 mi

18,775 ft

Countless komoot athletes share their experiences day after day by uploading photos and posting their highlights and tips. This input helps us make a well-functioning navigation to be your tailor-made tour guide and gives every user and outdoor fans a source of inspiration. The reward is not just the recognition of others, but also the chance to become a Pioneer. Whoever posts the best and most helpful tips and highlights will be appointed a Pioneer and enjoy a special thank you. Again and again, komoot organizes unforgettable "Pioneer Trips" in cooperation with different tourism regions. In this Collection, you will get to know the four komoot pioneers ClaireC, Cousinsneil, Jack and Jane D who will take you on a long weekend on a racing bike in South Tyrol and introduce you to three unforgettable routes in the heart of the Dolomites.

Three routes for three days: this Collection is an excellent source of inspiration for a long weekend. Three days on the racing bike mean countless quiet mountain roads and challenging passes as well as breathtaking views, idyllic mountain villages and super tasty Tyrolean specialities. With the Sella Ronda, we show you an absolute alpine classic with four well-known passes. The second route takes you to the unique mountain village of Selva di Cadore where time seems to stand still. And last but not least, our four Pioneers will take you on one of the most beautiful mountain roads in South Tyrol at the edge of the Fanes-Sennes-Braies National Park.

The starting point of the three routes is the cozy village of St. Cassiano, idyllically situated at the foot of the imposing cliffs of Cunturinesspitze, Piz Lavarela and Lagazuoi. So even before and after your ride you can be sure of a wonderful mountain panorama! Of course, you will also find culinary delights. St. Cassiano is considered a paradise for gourmets – you will find the only South Tyrolean restaurant with three Michelin stars here! Getting there is easy: the best way to drive from Germany is to take the Brenner motorway. Or, if you prefer to travel by train, you can travel to St. Lozenz or Bruneck. From there, public buses will take you to all towns in the Alta Badia.

Here, you can find the komoot profiles of our four South Tyrol Pioneers, who rode this Collection for you in advance. Maybe you would like to follow them?

ClaireC – komoot.de/user/588545192096
Cousinsneil – komoot.de/user/556760178972
Jack – komoot.de/user/637278175679
Jane D – komoot.de/user/738248008274

The Pioneer trip report on the komoot blog gives you even more beautiful impressions: blog.komoot.com/where-the-weird-and-the-wonderful-combine-pioneer-trip-to-south-tirol/13234.

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Tours & Highlights

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    Die Sella Ronda – komoot Pioniere in Südtirol

    42.1 mi
    9.7 mph
    6,575 ft
    6,550 ft
    Expert road ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

    The Sella Ronda is the classic in the Alps and one of the most impressive rides through the beautiful mountains. You circle around the Sella massif, master four legendary passes and follow in the footsteps of the cycling professionals who come here again and again as part of the Giro d'Italia. But above

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  • Difficult
    51.0 mi
    9.9 mph
    7,550 ft
    7,550 ft
    Expert road ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may be unpaved and difficult to ride.

    On this tour you will get to know the original culture of the Dolomites, as your stage destination is Selva di Cadore. In the enchanting village with its ancient hamlets, you can feel the charm of a bygone era and get an idea of what life originally looked like here. Framed is this beautiful place of

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  • Difficult
    50.8 mi
    11.0 mph
    4,675 ft
    4,675 ft
    Expert road ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may be unpaved and difficult to ride.

    The fact that this tour is a dead end, brings a clear advantage with it: So you can enjoy the beautiful route twice! From St. Kassian our route takes you first through the picturesque Val Badia usually slightly downhill to Zwischenwasser, where the Vigilbach flows into the Gader - where the place has

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
  • Distance
    144 mi
  • Duration
    14:04 h
  • Elevation
    18,775 ft

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