Individual Dolomite Panorama

7- 14 participants
6100 Hm
4 Stages
Level light I
280 km
6 Days
Wunderbare Dolomiten.
Traumhaftes Dolomiten-Panorama.
Am Passo di Valparola.
Am Passo Pordoi.
Fausto Coppi - in Stein gemeißelt.
Ausssicht vom Passo Pordoi.

Dolomite Panorama

A round trip through the Dolomites with panoramas of the extra class. More scenery, passes and unique panoramas is not possible in 4 cycling days in the light level. Equipped with a book and GPS tracks you cycle on your own over the Alps. We take care of the travel organization. For your own safety, you can register for an individual Transalp with a minimum of two people.
The tours are aimed at pleasure cyclists with a little bit of fitness. In some passages it is a little steeper, but we approach most of the passes via the flat side, which is why we classify the tour in the Light difficulty level. The tours are rather short and have relatively few vertical meters in relation to the number of passes. There should be enough time to enjoy the panoramic views of the Alps.
Drei Zinnen, Cristallo Group, Tofanen, Heiligkreuzkofel, Sella Stock, Marmolada, Latemar, Rosengarten, Schlern and At the end Geisler, Sarntal Alps and the beautiful old town of Brixen.
From Mühlbach we cycle through the Puster Valley to Bruneck and past the Three Peaks over the Passo Tre Croci to Cortina. From there, the next day we cycle over four more or less demanding passes to Arabba. The third stage takes us over the Passo Pordoi and a rapid descent to Canazai and from there through the Fassa Valley to the Karer Pass. As a last small hurdle, the Niger Pass lies between us and Völs am Schlern. On the last day we roll along the edge of the Schlern to Kastelruth and over the Panider Sattel to St. Ulrich and from there into the Eisacktal. Here Bressanone with its beautiful village square awaits us before we make the last kilometers back to Mühlbach.
Details & stages
Self-arrival to Mühlbach, check-in, dinner.
On the Pustertalradweg we roll in slightly ascending and undulating until Bruneck, then it becomes a little more hilly until Toblach. Here we turn south into the Höhlensteintal valley. Our first steeper climb awaits us on the ascent to Lake Misurina. Wonderful views of the Three Peaks and a beautiful mountain world await us. It is not far to the highest point of today's tour, the Passo Tre Croci is about to be climbed. Here we have a frontal view of the Tofanen. A speedy descent brings us to Cortina.
Leisurely steep we drive up to the Passo Falzarego, for which we have to sweat, at the next pass I'm not so sure whether it really challenges us. A good kilometer and about 90 meters in altitude further, pass number 3 of today, the Passo di Valparola, is waiting for us. Then it's a moderate downhill to La Villa, with the Pralongia and the Sella peaks on the left and the Heiligkreuzkofel on the right. From La Villa the route goes slightly uphill again to Covara and continues over the Passo Campolongo to Arabba. If you haven't seen enough, you can take the cable car in Arabba up to Porta Vescovo for a Marmolada view and, if necessary, a hike along the Bindelweg.
Directly from the hotel we drive today to the ascent to Passo Pordoi. Here we see centrally on the steep Sella rock faces. A very depressing monument to the fallen of the mountain war here 100 years ago should also be seen. The descent with its many serpentines to Canazei can be very speedy. Through the Fassa Valley we ride mostly on the bike path along the river. Then it goes into the next climb over the Karerpass. On the right we can already see the Catinaccio and with every meter of altitude we see more of the Latemar. As an encore today we get the Niger Pass, which we roll over without many meters of altitude in a few kilometers. At the foot of the Catinaccio it then goes steeper downhill to Tiers and on to Völs am Schlern.
At the foot of the Schlern we drive to Siusi and further to Castelrotto. Over the Panider Sattel we continue to Ortisei. Here we drive through the pedestrian zone and do some sightseeing in this second fashionable sports town on this tour. Via Lajen and a beautiful winding road we continue to Gufidaun and down into the Eisack valley. Here we cycle along the cycle path to Bressanone and make sure to take a break at the beautiful cathedral square. We follow the Eisack cycle path north and shortly before Franzensfeste we join the Pustertal cycle path, which we then follow to Mühlbach.
Individual departure after breakfast.
Services, dates and prices
Self journey to Mühlbach.
5 x half board in double rooms in good and well-kept hotels/pensions, partly with sauna and pool
book with tour description and GPS tracks
luggage transport
Price €
RI1D26 Early Bird Super Early Bird
25.06.2024 - 30.06.2024 till 31.12.2023 till 01.11.2023
929 € 899 € 859 €
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