di Fabio Bernardi

loc. Alverà, 196

32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo

tel. +39 339 5094215


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Mountain Bike Tour

Cortina, Val Pusteria.


Three days tour in Mountain Bike

Among Cortina d'Ampezzo and Val Pusteria


1° day; Cortina d'Ampezzo – Val di       Braies

                                        distance abaut 55 km, positiv

drop more or less 2000 mt

2°day; Val di Braies – Prato Drava

distance about 55 km, positiv

drop more or less 1800 mt

3° day; Prato Drava – Cortina d'Ampezzo

distance about 55 km, positiv

drop more or less 1600 mt

The tour is a unique beauty, along forest roads and gravel paths.The landscape is very particular, the first and a part of the third day we will be into the dolomitic area, the second day and the third morning we will be in the alpine environment.

Why is it? The Pustertall is an insubrica line that divides the European plate from the African plate, two areas with very different characteristics.From the Dolomite territory you can admire the Alps territory and vice versa, where the vegetation has different characteristics.

It is requires a medium to high physical fitness as you can see from the height differences to deal with, which give an idea of the inclinations that we will meet, the route is about 170 km with a total positive drop of 5600 meters.

The baggage will follow us hotel to hotel with a transfer service.

The experience can be shared with family members who do not ride, like?

They will move from one destination to the other with a transfer, and along the way or at the finish of each stage, they also can enjoy nature and the outdoors, taking walks with a Accompagnatore of Mountain Media dedicated to them.

Magnificent even in these days you can enjoy your evenings in special environments and your free time with those you love.E-bikes as not to exclude, nothing prevents the use of this type of bike to do the trip, however, required a good driving skills for downhill runs.


For appointments in June and July must be made by April 30, 2017


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