Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

Recommended by 51 out of 52 mountain bikers


  • Martin Donat

    Although the name of the humble passage actually comes from the nearby humble peak (2,592 meters) ago, but in the true sense of the word, it fits quite well: up here at over 2,000 meters altitude and with absolutely magnificent views much but so small and insignificant. Here you can switch off properly, here count only you, your bike and the trail.

    Apropos: The trail is largely to be described as flowig, even if some passages may need to be pushed. Basically, some caution is appropriate up here. Incidentally, this section also contains one of the Stoneman stamps.

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    • May 16, 2018

  • Jan Cello

    Z.Zt. (9/2018) no accommodation at the Sillianer hut, but drinks and food, the single trail from Sillianer hut on Knieberg saddle and Monte Spina simply does not end-genius

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    • September 12, 2018

  • pati10

    Difficult mountain bike spots

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    • June 17, 2017

  • PeterStar

    The 10 km long humble passage
    to call flowig, you might have to
    Name Danny MacAskill? A good MTB'ke
    will certainly be half the distance
    have to push ... In bad weather
    maybe only 30-40% cope on the saddle.
    Despite that, the Stoneman section is a journey
    Value ... alone for the bizarre backdrop of Sexte
    To admire the Dolomites. You should be concerned about the time
     About 1.5 to 2.5 hours for a crossing in the purchase.

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    • September 17, 2018

  • Markus

    Also with E-MTB for experienced bikers possible. You have to lift 2-3 places over stones. You should plan for 15 minutes push ... before pushing test help ;-)
    Very nice panorama tour. Half the distance on single trail. Beware of the weather ... because you can not break off or drive off into the valley in between.

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    • July 31, 2019

  • Oliver

    On the whole, the passage from the difficulty itself is not the issue when you've been on trails for a while. There are only a few places where you should consider whether you are driving because of the danger of falling, because it often goes down a few meters on one side. Even if the trail is mobile there, a little mistake and gone. In the places with uncertainty rather descend times. Otherwise, except for the short uphill slide and carry passages, everything is relatively easy to ride, if you are not just a beginner. In that case you should not drive the passage anyway. Incidentally, with hardtail and E-MTB not recommended. Think E-MTB is just too heavy for that, in a few places you have to wear sometimes.

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    • July 19, 2019

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Location: Belluno, Veneto, Italy


  • Distance3.20 mi
  • Uphill475 ft
  • Downhill550 ft

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