Transalp Dolomiti – From Zillertal to Veneto 6 stages – 350 km – 7880 m elevation gain – Level 3

No mountain landscape is more spellbinding for mountain bikers than the Dolomites. We'll conquer the main Alpine ridge on the very first day. This will leave us ample time for the stunning landscapes and riding experiences in the white mountains. Though the ride is technically demanding, it's not too tricky - and the landscapes are magnificent. A tour that's a bit of a challenge for everyone but still leaves us with enough time for breaks and a cappuccino or two.

My tip for Transalp Dolomiti


„For me, the Transalp Dolomiti is one of the best tours ever. The white mountains of the Dolomites in the Fanes nature park and in the Cinque Torri range are among the mountain vistas which everyone should've seen once in their life. Crossing the Alps at the Pfitscherjoch mountain pass is gigantic. However, the Monte Grappa route is the real icing on the cake. Whatever you do, don't miss it!“
Felix Lauhoff, ALPS bike guide for the Transalp Dolomiti.

Travel information

Level 3:  Physical fitness   Riding technique

Arrival: Arrival by car or by train to Ramsau/Mayrhofen/Austria.

Type of route: Gravel paths, secondary roads, trails, short stretches of pushing.

Daily distance: 980-1760 m elevation gain, 38-78 kilometers

Total distance: 7880 m elevation gain, 350 kilometers

Included in the price: Guided tour with 7 overnight stays and half board (breakfast buffet, multi-course dinner menus) in good 3- or 4-star hotels in a double room (including 1 overnight stay in a hut with multi-bed rooms and 1 overnight stay in a mountain inn or guesthouse), often with wellness areas. Luggage transport, lift ticket, return transfer in a comfortable bus.

Minimum number of participants: 8 people

Price:  € 1.205

Single Room Supplement: optional € 185

Detailed Itinerary

Travel dates

June: 29.

July: 06. / 13. / 20. / 27. / 28.

August: 03. / 17. / 18. / 24. / 31.

Book your tour

7 Overnight stays / Half board / Luggage transport / Return transfer