The longest cycle path in the Dolomites

  •  Misurina 
  •  Summer 
  •  The longest cycle path in the Dolomites 
  • La pista ciclabile più lunga sulle Dolomiti

    The Calalzo di Cadore cycle path, Pieve di Cadore, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Cimabanche, Carbonin, Dobbiaco

    During your summer holiday in Cadore with a stay at the Lavaredo hotel, you certainly can't miss a day of sports riding your mountain bike!

    We absolutely recommend the route along the longest cycle path of the Dolomites, which crosses the former railway between Calalzo di Cadore, Cortina d'Ampezzo and arrives in Dobbiaco.

    Needless to say, this is one of the most beautiful bike paths in the Dolomites, with views, colors and fantastic bike rides!

    A variety of landscapes, because you go through beautiful woods and villages, surrounded by the most beautiful Dolomite peaks.

    Antelao, Sassolungo di Cibiana, Pelmo, Rocchette Croda da Lago, Croda Marcoira Faloria, Crystal Pomagagnon Fiames, Cinque Torri, Tofane, Monte Piana, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Tre Scarperi, Picco di Vallandro.

    And we also remember that we cross the Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites.

    Duration: about 3 h

    Length 35 km

    Uphill altitude difference: 300 m

    The easy mountain bike route from Dobbiaco to Cortina (34 km) runs along the old railway line that connected Dobbiaco to Cimabanche.

    Moreover from Cortina it is possible to continue on the cycle path of the Dolomites and reach Calalzo. A path immersed in splendid woods surrounded by the majestic Dolomites.

    With these credentials the emotion is assured, for you as for your children during a wonderful vacation in Cadore!

    Moreover, during your stay at Lake Misurina, together with your family you can take the cycle path from San Candido to Lienz (Austria).

    Duration: 2-3 hours

    Length: 43 km

    Difference in height (downhill): 500 m

    The cycle path from San Candido to Lienz is almost entirely paved and follows, always slightly downhill, the course of the Drava river. It is a well-signposted path with several rest and refreshment points, therefore also suitable for families with children.

    The return from Lienz takes place with the Austrian railway train.