Mountain Biking in the Dolomites

Agordino Dolomiti

Mountain biking in the heart of the Dolomites

Agordino: a land to be discovered

 

 

Mountain biking in Agordino is an activity that can be practiced at 360 degrees, 365 days a year: the vastness and diversity of this marvellous territory, completely located in the extraordinary natural context of the Dolomites UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, allows the fat wheels enthusiasts to enjoy unique and unmissable experiences in a true natural paradise on Earth.

 

MTB Agodino

 

The Agordino area offers infinite possibilities for all tastes: in this place, bikers can practice cross-country cycling, mountain cycling, enduro and even freeride. The San Lucano Valley offers a network of marvellous unpaved roads and trails appropriately equipped with signs, so that everyone can choose the paths according to one’s abilities. The ski lifts of the Alpe Lusia – San Pellegrino and Ski Civetta areas offer an easy access to alpine trails of outstanding beauty surrounded by pastures and woods, starting points for epic MTB tours, like the Pale di San Martino and Rosetta tour or the Averau and Monte Pore tour. The highland routes (known in German with the term “Mittelgebirge”, which means ‘located in an altitude between 600 and 1500 meters), located in the Conca Agordina (which includes the Municipalities of Agordo, La Valle Agordina, Taibon Agordino, Voltago Agordino, Rivamonte Agordino and Gosaldo) are characterized by the abundance of trails, some of which would put to the test even the most experienced freeriders. The Cherz Tour in Livinallongo del Col di Lana, surrounded by some of the most famous peaks of the Dolomites UNESCO, or the Serrai di Sottoguda, one of a kind, wait for you for amazing adventure to be lived on two wheels. These are just a some examples; in the Agordino area, many professional MTB Guides, certified and experienced, will certainly be able to satisfy every need of the off-road enthusiasts!

 

MTB in Agordino Dolomiti

Mountain Bike in Agordino Dolomiti

 

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