Transalp Marmolada – From Bruneck to Trento 6 stages – 250 km – 7300 m elevation gain – Level 3 – 4

More mountain bike fun is hardly possible. The Transalp Marmolada crosses only the most beautiful part of the Alps: the Dolomites from Bruneck to the old market town of Trento. In between, you'll experience rides and mountain landscapes that are hard to beat. We'll be in view of the Dolomites at all times. We intentionally kept the daily stages short to have time for the paths, some of which are quite technical, and the wild rock formations. A Level 3 highlight.

My tip for Transalp Marmolada

„It's not hard to see why the Dolomites were declared a World Heritage Site. During the Transalp Marmolada, the white giants will always be very close - more of a mountain experience is hardly possible. We'll always be riding on the best mountain bike terrain. Partially on technical trails, but we'll always be able to reach our altitude goals. For me, it's the highlight of the ALPS tour program.“
Olaf Reinartz, ALPS bike guide for the Transalp Marmolata and Transalp Maloja.

Travel information

Level 3 – 4:  Physical fitness   Riding technique

Arrival: Arrival by car or by train to Bruneck/Italy.

Type of route: Gravel paths, single tracks, secondary roads, a few stretches of pushing.

Daily distance: 950-1500 m elevation gain, 32-60 kilometers

Total distance: 7300 m elevation gain, 250 kilometers

Included in the price: Guided tour with 7 overnight stays and half board (breakfast buffet, multi-course dinner menus, farewell dinner) in good 3- or 4-star hotels in a double room, often with wellness areas. Cable car, luggage transport, return transfer in a comfortable bus.

Minimum number of participants: 8 people

Price:  € 1.495

Single Room Supplement: optional € 190

Detailed Itinerary

Travel dates 2024

  • 13.07. to 20.07.2024
  • 27.07. to 03.08.2024 *
* E-Mountainbikers also welcome in the partner-mixed
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7 Overnight stays / Half board / Luggage transport / Return transfer

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