Grosse Dolimiti Runde For Mountain Biking

The 25th most popular mountain bike trail in Italy.

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West of Cortina and southeast of Brixen, the Grosse Dolimiti Runde is a 270km loop through the Dolomites with 9,500m of climbing. Also known as Ronda Grande or Grosse Dolomiten Runde, the loop is typically started in Brixen and biked clockwise over six days. The typical stages are shown below.

Stage 1 runs from Brixen to Schluterhutte which covers 35km with 2,300m of ascent.

Stage 2 runs from Schulterhutte to Faneshutte which covers 44km with 1,250m of ascent.

Stage 3 runs from Faneshutte to Rifugio Averau which covers 36km with 1,500m of ascent.

Stage 4 runs from Rifugio Averau to Alleghe which covers 33km with 900m of ascent.

Stage 5 runs from Alleghe to Grodnerjoch which covers 56km with 2,300m of ascent.

Stage 6 runs from Grodnerjoch to Brixen which covers 66km with 1,250m of ascent.

Overall, Grosse Dolimiti Runde is the 25th most popular mountain bike trail of all 47 mountain biking rides in Italy.


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:  Jun. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  La Perla (0039) 0471-796328; Allarosa (011-04) 62601107; Hotel Cendevaves 0471-792062

Luxury Loding:  Aquila/Adler (011-04) 71796203; Turm (011-04) 71725014

Reference Source:  click here

Article Source:   Best Grosse Dolimiti Runde Mountain Biking Review

GPS:  46.552338, 11.874384

Date Published:  9/24/2016

Date Updated:  10/20/2017

ID:  24988

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