MOUNTAIN BIKE IN FIEMME VALLEY

Explore the whole Val di Fiemme on your bike!

If you love riding mountain bikes, you’ll be delighted to know that our hotel is a great starting point for cycling through the entire Val di Fiemme, thanks to the many trails on offer in the area – suitable for all levels of training.

In the hotel, you can choose whether you prefer to use our specific storage or take your bike to your room with you.
With the FiemmE-motion card, you can make the most of many discounts in various stores for renting mountain bikes, e-bikes and child carriers.

MORE THAN 300 KM OF TRAILS

While travelling on trails with varying degrees of difficulty, you will have the chance to see amazing views at every bend, discovering a land filled with culture, history and customs, in full harmony with nature.

In particular, we recommend trying:

  • the Cycling trail of the Valleys of Fiemme and Fassa (easy/medium level): 50 km of cycling trails from Molina di Fiemme to Canazei, in the Val di Fassa, with altitude variations of no more than 600 metres.
  • the Trail of the mountain huts and pastures, in the Paneveggio Natural Park (medium level): starting from the new Bellamonte Castelir cableway, just 2,5 km from the hotel, you will travel the gravel road leading to the Canvere malga. From here, you can proceed to the Bocche malga, surrounded by a breath-taking view of the Lagorai Mountains and the Pale di San Martino. Before returning to the hotel, you shouldn’t miss the Dossaccio Fort, a bastion dating back to the First World War.

  • the Val Venegia – Baita Segantini trail(advanced level): discover one of the most photographed destinations in the area, the Val Venegia. Here you can admire an unforgettable view and reach the Segantini Mountain Hut at an altitude of 2.200 m. It will feel as if the famous Pale di San Martino are at your fingertips.

LOOKING FOR EXTRA ADRENALINE? TRY DOWNHILL!

The Dolomite slopes are perfect for this new sport: are you ready for the thrill of safe and fast descents down gravel paths and steep slopes?