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Dolomites Hop into bike happiness

Bike holiday in the Dolomtis: an experience for life

Bike holidays in the Dolomites mean boundless fun for young and old cyclists. No other biking area is as varied as the Pale Mountains. Countless trails wind their way through the imposing rock towers, along the gentle and flowering alpine pastures, and in the quiet, green forests, creating true feelings of happiness. And thanks to the unique SuperSummer lift pass, your legs won’t get too tired. With just one card, you can use over 100 lifts in twelve areas and get even closer to the rock giants without losing your breath. Are you ready for high-altitude fun on two wheels? The Familienhotels Südtirol are waiting for you!

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Bike holiday in the Dolomites: fun for everyone

With bike and kids through the Dolomites: our tips

Biker dream at the Val Gardena/Gröden valley head

The best is yet to come – at the valley head. Wolkenstein awaits you with worthwhile bike tours, such as the tour into Vallunga/Langental, the Sellaronda(clockwise), the Family Trail …

Trail Arena in Wolkenstein

The bike tour of your dream awaits you in the Trail Arena in Wolkenstein with spectacular Ciampinoi freeride trail, Cir Trail Tiera, Cir Trail Giara, and Easy Jump Line. So much fun!

Family tour in St. Ulrich

Bike over sticks and stones during your family tour from St. Ulrich to Val d’Anna/Annatal. A bit more demanding: the tour to Raschötz or to Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm.

1,000km on Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm

Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm enchants with over 1,000 kilometres of tours for all ages. Look forward to panoramic hut tours, the Hofer-Alpl round tour, the St. Oswald tour, and many others.

The Drau cycle path to East Tyrol

You want to stay on the ground while cycling? How about the Val Pusteria/Pustertal cycle path, which leads from Mühlbach to Lienz in East Tyrol, the Drau cycle path from Innichen to Lienz, or the cycle path from Sexten to San Candido?

Trails around the Three Peaks

Fast, stony, spectacular is how we like to describe the trails in the Three Peaks Dolomites holiday region. Want some examples? The tours from Sexten to Val Fiscalina/Fischleintal, to the Dreischuster hut, to Lake Braies …

Miniature Stoneman in Sexten

Die-hard mountain bikers are filled with joy when they hear the word Stoneman. In Sexten there is also the children’s version. There is a treasure to be found on about 14 bike kilometres. Exciting until the end.

Downhill paradise on Croda Rossa/Rotwand

Experienced and daring bikers can look forward to the perfect descent on the Erla Trail at the Stiergarten mountain station and on the Standschützen Trail, which starts at the Croda Rossa/Rotwand mountain station.

Freeriding at Plan de Corones/Kronplatz

Not for the faint-hearted? Four freeride trails at Plan de Corones/Kronplatz: Herrnsteig, Furcia Trail, and Piz-de-Plaies-Trail for pros as well as Trail Gassl (the longest one) near Olang, which is suitable for beginners.

MTB Area in Antholz-Niedertal

Experience the perfect family flow in the MTB Area in Antholz-Niedertal with three different downhill trails and a pump track for children. Let the bike adventures begin – also above the tree line.

Round tour of Val Pusteria/Pustertal

Do you prefer a leisurely pace? Try the round tour that leads from Kiens to Ehrenburg, St. Lorenzen, and Sonnenburg through lower Val Pusteria/Pustertal.

Tours at the foot of Latemar

Wanna become a real hero? Then head straight to the bike park in Deutschnofen, because practice makes perfect. After some training runs it’s time to head into the open terrain. How about an alpine pasture tour at the foot of Latemar, the panorama tour in Deutschnofen, or the Regglberg Almbike Tour?

The ultimative tip: Alpe di Luson/Lüsner Alm

Are you dreaming of cycling in unspoilt nature? Then we have a special tip for you: Alpe di Luson/Lüsner Alm. The tour takes you from Flitt near Lüsen right across this unique plateau. Dream views of the Dolomites included!