You’ve got to start somewhere! Whether you’re an absolute beginner who is riding the road bike for your first few metres or a top rider who wants to warm up the legs before attacking the next pass: Easy routes around your base are an ideal first step to get up to speed.
Length: as you like it
Climb: 80-600 m elevation gain
Altitude: 1000 m – 1550 m
Come and enjoy a specially constructed cycle path that gives you an overview across the culture and history of this wonderful area. You decide how far you want to go and which highlight you want to include in the tour - the best of sightseeing on the Val Pusteria cycle path.
Length: 5 km
Climb: 422 m elevation gain
Altitude: 1,082 m – 1504 m
Manageable and uncomplicated: If you've just got your bike from the cellar for a fun warm-up lap with a few metres of ascent, this is the place for you: Get your legs moving and ride the paved but little-travelled secondary road to the small village of Chi Plan. Picture postcard view of the nearby mountain panorama included!
Length: 47.80 km
Climb: 955 m
Altitude: 810 m – 1.765 m
Passo Furcia is definitively one of the highlights of the Dolomites. After San Vigilio it runs to Valdaora and to the village centre of Riscone. From here, the route continues to San Lorenzo, virtually always with views of Plan de Corones. The best is left to last:
The beautiful and little-travelled panoramic road above Pieve di Marebbe rightly deserves its name. It will take you back to San Vigilio. Conclusion: A great circuit also for first-time road bikers or as a warm-up for advanced cyclists.