Northern Italy stunning beauty and charm
7 days & 6 nights
Passo dello Stelvio, Passo Gavia, Passo Mortirolo, Sella Ronda, Passo Giau
Total elevation gain
Start / Finish
Milan – Venice
July 21-27, 2024
The Dolomites region is one of the world’s most iconic areas to ride a bike in all of Europe. Due to its remote location, this natural jewel is only available to those who dare to spend several days deep in the mountains.
This trip is specially designed to unveil the most special areas in the Dolomites while keeping you fascinated and awe-inspired every single day.
Scenery & gastronomy.
The scenic contrast of rugged alpine mountains, towering rock formations, and green valleys sprinkled with fairytale villages give the Dolomites a very unique landscape.
They are located in a vast area of northern Italy very close to the borders with Switzerland and Austria. This cultural junction has created a very distinct culture and fascinating history. I can assure that you will be in a non-stop wow state.
This trip is for those who have heard about the Dolomites for years and can’t wait to finally experience it.
This trip will take us on a spectacular visual and cultural journey from the western Italian Alps to the iconic rock formations in the Dolomites national park.
The route will start in the spectacular town of Bormio, the base of the famed Giro d’Italia passes like Passo dello Stelvio, Passo Gavia, and Passo de Mortirolo amongst some other surprises.
We then ride east into the South Tirol, a fascinating area with its own culture, history, and traditions, don’t you dare to mention you are in Italy! We will traverse incredible places like the fertile valleys of Merano and Bolzano and explore some remote back roads that only locals know.
We will continue our journey to the impressive and famous rock formations of the Parco Nazionale delle Dolomiti. We will spend three days on some of the most picturesque roads in Europe and enjoy some of the best South Tyrolean specialties.
Day by day.
Day 1: Arrival, 40km +300m
Day 2: 60km +1,800m
Day 3: 100km +1,700m
Day 4: 90km +3,000m
Day 5: 90km +2,500m
Day 6: Rest day or 50km +1,700m
Day 7: Departure