Cortina - Ospitale - Cimbanche Mountain Biking

Heading north from Cortina, the 12km Cortina - Ospitale - Cimbanchemountain bike route begins in the centre of Cortina from Hotel Cornelio, near the crossroads for Passo Tre Croci, after the bus station. It winds alng the cycling track (n.208), which once was the site of the railway Cortina Dobbiaco. The small road is almost flat and paved until the outskirts of the town. There it becomes a dirt road which flanks Mount Pomagagnon under Punta Fiames.

Stay on this track until passing through a tunnel before reaching Rocca di Botestagno. Themountain bike route continues to the right following the path n.208 towards Ospitale and then on to Passo Cimabanche, which indicates the borders with Alto Adige. The return can be done on the samemountain bike route or else by the main road (SS51 Alemagna).

Trail book:

Distance | Altitude | Place | Direction

0 KM. 1240 MT. CORTINA Start along the cycle path (ex-railway track/path 208).

8 KM. 1490 MT. OSPITALE Continue along path no. 208


Return via the same route, or via the highway SS51. * 12 km.

Dolomites near Cortina dAmpezzo (IT)

Dolomites near Cortina dAmpezzo (IT)

Cortina - Ospitale - Cimbanche Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Cortina Tourism (0039) 0436-3231 or 0436-2711; MTB-Tours +39-340-3593733.

Recommended Map:  "Italy Road Atlas" from Michelin

Best Season:  May - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Base Camp:  Villa Nevada 0436-4778; San Marco (0039) 0436-866941; Hotel Menaroi (0039) 0436-2400

Luxury Loding:  Miramonti Majestic 0436-4201; Hotel Ancora 0436-3261; Rosa Alpina, San Cassiano 0471-849500

Breakfast Restaurant:  Croda Cafe

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  7/12/2016

Cortina - Ospitale - Cimbanche Mountain Biking Map


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