Road cycling fans can indulge in routes of different lengths and levels of difficulty that all feature the same incomparable beauty: from the Giro d’Italia routes to discovery of the main peaks of the Dolomites, various passes and typical villages in the surrounding valleys: Cadore, Val Pusteria and Val Badia.
You will find some shorter and flatter routes for more relaxing days or for beginners, such as the Cortina-Dobbiaco route along the Dolomites cycle path or the Tour of Misurina, and other routes of over 100 km with a total ascent of 2,000-3,000 metres for the real experts, along steep and torturous passes such as Pordoi Pass and Giau Pass, the “Tour of 6 Passes” and the “Cortina-Canazei” route for example.

Cortina - Dobbiaco

From the Bike Hub, go north towards Dobbiaco-Austria along the SS 51 main road...

Comelico Tour

Path of Bike Comelico Tour in Cortina d'Ampezzo Dolomites Italy, 123 km long, ideal for cycling holidays in the Dolomites.

Tour of Mount Pelmo

Mount Pelmo is the fourth-highest mountain in the Dolomites, after the Marmolada, the Antelao and the Tofane and was the first peak in the Dolomites to be scaled (1857). From Cortina, there is a route around this spectacular mountain, taking it in from different points of view.

Cortina-Alta Badia

A spectacular 95-km route with a 2,690 m ascent along four enchanting Dolomite passes and past typical villages, with arrival and departure point in Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Tour of 6 Passes

A spectacular 116-km route with an ascent of more than 3,000 metres along some of the most enchanting Dolomite passes, with arrival and departure point in Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Cortina - Canazei

One of the most challenging routes through the famous passes that have often hosted the Dolomite stage of the Giro d’Italia.

Tour of Badia and Pusteria

A fantastic 122-km circular route with over 2,000 m of ascent through Val Badia and Val Pusteria, with departure and arrival point in Cortina d’Ampezzo.

Giro d'Italia, stage Sacile-Cortina d'Ampezzo: 212 km and 5,700 m+

The 16th stage of the race will be the most difficult of the Giro: a gigantic stage through the Dolomites, with 212 km and an elevation gain of 5,700m.

Cortina – Tre Cime di Lavaredo peaks

An enchanting route that takes you from Cortina to the imposing Tre Cime di Lavaredo peaks via the lakes of Misurina and d’Antorno and countless viewpoints.

Tour of Misurina

Ring tour that will take you from Cortina to Lake Misurina, passing through the traditional Ladin neighborhood of Alverà and the magnificent Tre Croci Pass and then continue towards Carbonin and Cimabanche Pass.