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· 3 reviews · Mountain Biking · Alta Badia
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Selva – DOLOMITES Val Gardena
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    Photo: Tourismusverein Wolkenstein, Selva – DOLOMITES Val Gardena
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moderate
Distance 60.9 km
11:45 h
3,750 m
3,750 m
2,460 m
1,432 m

Circumnavigate the impressive Sella massif in a single day. This is made possible by a total of seven lifts and the Super Summer Ticket, which reduce the 3,200 metres in altitude that you would otherwise have to climb to a moderate 400 metres. This turns an undertaking impossible for normal bikers into a fabulous dream tour for experienced mountain bikers on S2-S3 (medium to difficult) trails. Unforgettable panoramas in the Dolomites World Heritage Site, numerous exciting trails and a biking day you won't soon forget.

Difficulty
moderate
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Highest point
2,460 m
Lowest point
1,432 m
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Coordinates:
DD
46.548814, 11.871788
DMS
46°32'55.7"N 11°52'18.4"E
UTM
32T 720155 5159034
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Turn-by-turn directions

From Selva Val Gardena take the Gondola Lift ‘Dantercepies’. Just under the top station there is the first single trail which leads to the Gardena Pass and then continues down to Colfosco. From Corvara there are two further lifts to reach the “Alta Via” to Pralongià. A flow trail is finally leading to the Campolongo Pass. Here take the chairlift Campolongo and start the descent on another single trail which is tenically difficult and leads to Arabba and to the next cable car at Porta Vescovo. At the top the bikers can admire the scenic view of the peak of the Marmolada Glacier and the Fedaia Lake. The decent now is very steep and first followes the gravel road, to then lead into a single trail to the cablecar Fodom taking the bikers to the Pordoi Pass. From the Pordoi Pass there is a long and tecnical bike trail which leads down to Canazei. Once in Campitello take the cablecar Col Rodella. From the top station on another short descent you will reach the Sella Pass. The last uphill meters thru the “City of Stones” lead to the last highlight of the tour: two wonderful flow trails that make every biker-heart smile. Finally Selva Gardena is reached by the last descent from Plan de Gralba.

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Getting there

Start: Dantercepies lift in Selva Val Gardena

Coordinates

DD
46.548814, 11.871788
DMS
46°32'55.7"N 11°52'18.4"E
UTM
32T 720155 5159034
w3w 
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Questions and answers

Question from Giovanni Milesi · June 24, 2022 · Community
Tracce gpx ci sono?
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Answered by Leonardo Baglioni · June 24, 2022 · Community
si ho usato un app ma non ricordo quale comunque ci sono cartelli 🪧 ovunque e si può scegliere tra le poste da sci ⛷ e le discese da mtb da gara

Rating

4.3
(3)
Raphael Bösch
July 07, 2022 · Community
Landschaftlich Top-Top. Wege eher einfach.
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When did you do this route? July 06, 2022
Leonardo Baglioni
August 05, 2018 · Community
Sella ronda senso orario
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Partenza Selva Dantercepis
Photo: Leonardo Baglioni, Community
Enrico Barbirato
August 31, 2017 · Community
Bellissimo. Discese a volta impegnative ma molto divertenti
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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
60.9 km
Duration
11:45 h
Ascent
3,750 m
Descent
3,750 m
Highest point
2,460 m
Lowest point
1,432 m

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