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Ciclabile delle Dolomiti di Fiemme e Fassa

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Ciclabile delle Dolomiti di Fiemme e Fassa

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From Bolzano: Private Day Tour by car: The Great Dolomites Road
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From Bolzano: Private Day Tour by car: The Great Dolomites Road

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See some of the UNESCO-listed Dolomites’ most beautiful and distinctive vistas when you embark on this full-day, private tour. Meet your guide at your Bolzano accommodation—hotel pickup and drop-off are included for your convenience—and set off on the Great Dolomites Road. You’ll ascend to the Pordoi and the Sella Passes, will linger in the scenic Gardena Valley, and can go on an optional cable car ride to Sass Pordoi.
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Zeetrap wrote a review Jul 2020
Podstrana, Croatia28 contributions4 helpful votes
We rode 60 km from Mazzin to Weissbach and back on a Sunday. The piste was pretty crowded the first 10 km from Canazei. As you reach Predazzo, the valley becomes broader and sunnier. The „climb“ retour was not as hard as expected. If you have a race bike you can „push“ the retour for a bit of extra exercising.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Travelcooking wrote a review Oct 2016
London, United Kingdom3,757 contributions2,231 helpful votes
It was several years ago, that I spent some time both in Val di Fassa and Val di Fiemme, between Cavalese and Canazei, during summer and winter. Because I’m a fan of cycling I brought my bike, for the challenge of the historical climb of the Marmolada, Pordoi and Sella pass. I was really impressed by the beauty of the landscapes and the length of this cycle path that runs continuously in both valleys. This is really a nice place to go cycling. I Always like to come back here!
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Date of experience: February 2016
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EladSagi wrote a review Dec 2015
Tel Aviv, Israel10 contributions17 helpful votes
This activity is based on a 48 km cycling path which is intended for all the family. There are bike renting shops in the villages along the trail and you can pop in, rent a bike, and start riding. The path is mostly down hill with minor and short climbs. The bath follows the stream of the river downhill, which gives a amazing view. There are parks for kids with all kind of attractions (free of money), and nice resting points with water to fill up the bottles. There are also bars and restaurants along the path, or in the villages near by, if you require food. There is a well organized bus service that brings you and your bike back to your starting point, so you can ride all day long with no worries (just make sure to call them and reserve a place on the bus) We made this trail with kids and adults from ages 3-69. This was our best family activity. I am sure you will love it too!
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Igor U wrote a review Jul 2014
Rijeka, Primorsko-Goranska, Croatia18 contributions11 helpful votes
perhaps the most exciting part of my trip in Val di façade was riding this trail. we went from Pozza di Fassa my ten year old son, my suprufa and I drove about 40 miles to Molina di Fiemme. it should be noted that 95 percent of the trails in this direction on a slope so that it really is suitable for everyone, even for those with poorer fitness. track or starts in Canazei, a private part of the track I'm not paved, but from Pozza di Fassa is under the asphalt. prdjeli are wonderful, and the best is that three times a day there is a bus that you can be one back in the opposite direction (and your bike) so there is no fear of pedaling uphill. true we happened to have missed the bus mentioned though we were at least half an hour before moving to the starting point so you should be good to inquire about the exact place where the same is coming. definitely recommend it!
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Date of experience: June 2014
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