WEEKLY PROGRAM

Guided mtb & ebike tours in Val Gardena, Alpe di Siusi and Sellaronda

Südtiroler Bike Guide Association

For beginners we offer technical courses and various excursions in the Val Gardena valley and to the Alpe di Siusi. For those who have a good technique, but are less trained, we offer medium level tours and technical excursions by ebike or mountain-bike with the possibility of transporting the bike with the lifts. For the more trained we offer the Sellaronda MTB Tour, various single trails and enduro/gravity descents in the Trail Arena of Val Gardena.

WEEKLY BIKE TOURS PROGRAM 2021

Weekly program of mountain-bike and ebike tours for all levels. Discover the trails in the Dolomites with our highly-qualified mountain bike guides from Val Gardena. Unique sensations and panoramic views. Fun and great emotions guaranteed!

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ALWAYS PERSONALIZED TOURS

We don’t just offer standard tours. Our guides customize the tours according to the technical level of the participants, to spend an unforgettable day!

Scala difficoltà sentieri mtb

TRAILS DIFFICULTY SCALE

Depending on the type of terrain, slope, obstacles, type of turns and technical skills required, the various trails are classified with a scale

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ESSENTIAL ACCESSORIES

In order to face the excursions in full safety, a bicycle helmet and goggles are compulsory, we also recommend gloves and … a great desire for adventure!

MEETING POINTS

At our Intersport branches in Santa Cristina and Selva Val Gardena. Come by the store to make an appointment.

MONDAY

downhill with the mtb - Passo Sella - dolomiti

TECHNICAL COURSE

Morning – 2 ½ hours
Level: S1

EASY
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VAL GARDENA TRAIL ARENA*

Afternoon – 3 hours
Level: S2

MEDIUM
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Passo Sella Mtb trail

PORDOI TOUR*

All-day – 6 hours
Level: S2/S3

HARD
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TUESDAY

alpe di Siusi - Icaro Hotel

DISCOVERING VAL GARDENA

All day – 5 hours

Level: S1/S2

EASY
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Mtb Trail nel bosco - Sellaronda mtb toure

SELLARONDA MTB TOUR*

All day – 8 hours

Level: S2/S3

HARD
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WEDNESDAY

downhill with the mtb - Passo Sella - dolomiti

TECHNICAL COURSE

Morning – 2 ½ hours
Level: S1

EASY
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Seceda mtb tour - Val Gardena - dolomiti

HAPPY WAKE UP TOUR*

Morning – 4 hours
Level: S2/S3

MEDIUM-HARD
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HAPPY WAKE UP TOUR*

All day – 5 hours
Level: S2

MEDIUM
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THURSDAY

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SAS LA CRUSC TOUR*

All day – 8 hours
Level: S2/S3

HARD
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LAGO DI FIENO TOUR**

All day – 6 hours
Level: S2

MEDIUM
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FRIDAY

downhill with the mtb - Passo Sella - dolomiti

TECHNICAL COURSE

Morning – 2 ½ hours
Level: S1

EASY
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ENDURO WORLD SERIES*

All day – 6 hours
Level: S3/S4

HARD
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VAL GARDENA TRAIL ARENA*

Afternoon – 3 hours
Level: S2

MEDIUM
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SATURDAY

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SECEDA PANORAMA TOUR

All day – 5 hours
Level: S2

MEDIUM
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Mtb Trail nel bosco - Sellaronda mtb toure

SELLARONDA MTB TOUR*

All day – 8 hours
Level: S2/S3

HARD
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SUNDAY

Val Duran mtb tour - alpe di Siusi / val di fassa

VAL DURON TOUR**

All day – 6 hours
Livello: S2/S3

MEDIUM-HARD
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ALPE DI SIUSI – TOUR OF THE WITCHES

All day – 5 hours
Level: S1

EASY
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* Bike Pass required, not included in the price
** we use only one cable railway, not included in the price

All prices listed above are per person and are valid for a tour accompanied by our professional guides. Prices do not include any additional costs such as: bike pass, bike rental, taxi service, lunch/dinner, insurance, …

START AND MEETING POINTS:

S. Cristina: Intersport Rent (center of village) – Phone +39 0471 790015
Selva Val Gardena: Intersport Rent Nives (Nives square) – Phone +39 0471 794118
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MTB TRAIL DIFFICULTY RATING SYSTEM

The singletrack scale includes six grades of difficulty, from the lowest S0 to the highest S5

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Depending on the type of terrain, slope, obstacles, type of turns and technical skills required, the various routes are classified using the Singletrack Scale.

This scale varies from S0 to S5, such that S0 is used to classify easy routes and S5 signifies more technical routes. Below you will find a description of the various levels of difficulty. The routes are rated in dry weather conditions and according to the difficulty of the majority of the route, so a route rated S3 may have parts rated S1 and also S4. The exposure of a route to hazards not inherent to the type of terrain are not taken into account in this scale.

S0These are singletrail routes that do not present any particular difficulty. The trail conditions are mostly compact with good grip. The curves are wide, the possibility of finding obstacles is minimal and the gradient is slight to moderate. The S0 routes can be ridden without any particular technical skills.

  • Course conditions: compact ground with good grip
  • Obstacles: none
  • Slope: from slight to moderate
  • Curves: wide
  • Driving technique: no particular skills

S1These are singletrail routes of moderate difficulty. On the route it is possible to find loose soil, small roots, stones, gullies or damage caused by erosion. The gradient can be up to 40% and the bends can also be sharp. From difficulty level S1 upwards, basic riding technique is required in order to have good coordination for negotiating tighter bends, descents and obstacles.

  • Trail conditions: possible loose soil with small roots and stones
  • Obstacles: small obstacles (drainage ditches, erosion damage)
  • Slope: <40%.
  • Curves: tight
  • Driving technique: basic driving technique skills

S2These are singletrails that may have larger obstacles, such as roots, steps, stones or stairs in a non-demanding sequence. Most of the time the track is not compact and has the obstacles mentioned above. The maximum gradient can reach 70% and some bends can be sharp. Riding technique must be good for S2 courses. The dosage of braking and balance on your bike are the two main points for tackling them.

  • Course conditions: terrain most of the time not compact, protruding roots and stones
  • Obstacles: various types of obstacles and steps
  • Slope: <70%.
  • Curves: tight almost elbow
  • Driving technique: advanced


S3
– S3 classifies routes that have many technical passages with steps, protruding roots, blocks of rock with slippery and loose ground. The curves may be sharp and the gradient may exceed 70%. Riding technique must be very good for S3 courses. Very good balance, optimal braking and a high level of concentration for constant control of the bike are absolutely necessary.

  • Course conditions: technical, frequent protruding roots and large rocks, slippery and not very compact ground
  • Obstacles: steps
  • Slope: > 70%.
  • Curves: narrow and sharp bends
  • Driving technique: more than advanced


S4
– SSingletracks of grade S4 are often difficult to negotiate on foot. The route have major obstacles such as blocks of rock, steps or overhanging roots. Some points can be very narrow and the possibility of contact between the crankset elements and an obstacle is very likely. The curves are sharp and it is necessary to have a Trialist technique in order to move the front or rear wheel with agility. To tackle S4 singletrails your technique must be excellent. Having a very good command of the bike in any situation is absolutely essential.

  • Course conditions: technical, frequent protruding roots and large rocks, slippery and not compact ground
  • Obstacles: steep ramps, very high steps (often at crown height or more)
  • Slope: >70%.
  • Curves: very narrow hairpin bends
  • Riding technique: perfect mastery of the bike and trialistic technical skills such as shifting the rear wheel in sharp turns.

S5Just to read the characteristics of S5 trails most mountain bikers will shudder: loose and slippery terrain, counter-slopes, large steps in sequence, sharp bends, very steep ramps, very difficult obstacles to overcome, limited braking distance, jumps, very narrow spaces, passages to be tackled by carrying the bike over the shoulder with few footholds. Grade S5 trails are off limits to 99% of mountain bikers; technique, physical preparation and concentration must be excellent.

  • Route conditions: very technical with counter-slopes, slippery and not very compact terrain, the route S5 can include short sections similar to high mountain vie ferrate.
  • Obstacles: steep ramps, steps difficult to overcome and in close sequence
  • Slope: >> 70%
  • Curves: very tight hairpin bends with obstacles
  • Driving technique: excellent command of trialist techniques; the movement of the front and rear wheel is only possible in some cases
Dolomiti Supersummer Bike Card

BIKE PASS – SUPERSUMMER TICKETS

The exclusive card, valid all summer long, entitles you to use approx. 90 lifts in the Dolomiti area. Each card has a specific number of points available which are deducted depending on the lifts you use.

Not transferable, bike transport included

1 day € 47,00
3 days out of 4 at choice>: 110.- €
5 days out of 7 at choice: 147.- €

 

More information -> DOLOMITI SUPERSUMMER BIKE CARD

 

Live your Life – Welcome to your mountain bike vacation in Val Gardena – Italy

BIKE FAIR PLAY

In the mountains you often find narrow paths where you pass people walking. For a harmonious coexistence, please respect the code of conduct for cyclists in the mountains. READ MORE …

NON-BINDING REQUEST – INFORMATION MTB AND E-BIKE TOURS

Send us the completed request form to book a tour or to get more detailed information about routes and equipment.

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Mountain huts where you can charge the battery of your bikes!

Conditions of participation

  1. Participation is at your own risk.
  2. Please be aware of all risks (including sudden changes in weather conditions, risk of falling, damage to people and property of third parties, risk of falling rocks) and their consequences.
  3. With regard to equipment, it is recommended that you come with sports clothing/equipment appropriate to the tour and the weather conditions.
  4. The use of a helmet is obligatory
  5. The use of goggles, gloves, knee pads, elbow pads and back protectors is recommended.
  6. It is advisable to carry small tools and repair equipment.
  7. Drinks, a change of clothing and rain protection should be carried on all tours.
  8. Guided mountain-bike tours mostly take place on cycle paths or unsurfaced hiking trails. You should therefore always ride on sight, assessing the difficulty of individual passages responsibly and, if necessary, getting off and pushing the bike. The Italian traffic regulations must be observed when riding on public roads.
  9. The organiser is entitled to exclude participants from the tour due to technical shortcomings in equipment/sports equipment or in the event of negligent behaviour, without this giving rise to any claims for damages.
  10. Children under the age of 18 may only participate in tours when accompanied by their parents.
  11. No one is allowed to leave the group without informing the guide in advance.
  12. Any catering, travel and transfer costs are not included in the participation fee.
  13. The participant declares that he/she is in possession of the necessary physical requirements and/or technical riding skills to exclude any risk to his/her own safety.
  14. Use of facilities, lunch and any extra transport are not included in the price.