Rio Gere - Mietres - Chiave Mountain Biking

From Rio Gere, the 6km Rio Gere - Mietres - Chiavemountain bike route follows the main road SS48 towards Cortina. After 1km, turn right on a small tarmac road heading uphill to Malga Lareto. Continue to the fields of Mietres.

From here, descend on the ski slope (path n.204) to Rifugio Col Tondo. The road from here descends to Chiamulera, near Chiave. You can return to Cortina along the cycle lane n.208.

How to reach the starting point:

- By bike from Cortina along the highway SS 48 to the Malga Lareto fork.

- By Faloria cable car, then descend to Rio Gere along the gravel track 212

- By “bike shuttle”. This can be booked at the 2UE2UE Bike Center

Trail book:

Distance | Altitude | Place | Direction

0 KM. 1698 MT. RIO GERE SS48 to Cortina, after 1 Km turn off right onto the small road

2 KM. 1710 MT. MIETRES Follow path no. 204 to Col Tondo. Continue to Chiave

6 KM. 1352 MT. CHIAVE Take the cycle path (ex-railway track) to Cortina

Dolomites near Cortina dAmpezzo (IT)

Dolomites near Cortina dAmpezzo (IT)

Rio Gere - Mietres - Chiave Mountain Biking Map

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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:  Moderate

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

Local Website:  click herehttp://www.dolomiti.org/dengl/Cortina/ce/mtb/

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Date Updated:  7/22/2016

Rio Gere - Mietres - Chiave Mountain Biking Map

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