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Motorcycle routes in the Dolomites

4 routes that no biker should miss out on

The breath-taking scenery of the Dolomites, with their clean and never commonplace streets, and the beauty of the many Alpine passes make it mandatory for a motorcyclist to spend a few days in these mountains. We propose a series of motorbike routes in the Dolomites and surrounding area starting out from our B&B in Colfosco.

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Colfosco Corvara 55 km

A famous and legendary route that deserves a full day to appreciate the beauty of places you'll pass. You set out from Colfosco to tackle the first of four passes along the route: the Gardena Pass (2,122 m). After the descent, the route leads towards Plan de Gralba, where, just before the junction on the left, the ascent to the Sella Pass (2,240 ​​m) begins between the towers of the Sella and the Sasslong. After the descent, you can extend your journey to Canazei or tackle the curves of the Pordoi Pass (2239 m) between the Sass Pordoi and the Marmolada Group straight away. From there you descend to Arabba and then up again on the Campolongo Pass (1,875 m), the last pass before reaching the village of Corvara, from where you can get back to the starting point in no time.

Colfosco Colfosco 200 km

From Colfosco you reach the village of La Villa, where, passing through the village of San Cassiano, you head up first to the Valparola Pass and then the Falzarego Pass. The route descends towards Cortina d'Ampezzo amid landscapes that hosted the front of the Great War and then reaches Auronzo through the Tre Croci Pass. Once you enter the Val Comelico, you turn towards Padola through the Monte Croce Comelico Pass, where the road leads to San Candido (Innichen). From here you take the state road through the upper Puster Valley to Olang, where the bends of the Furkelpass lead to San Vigilio. The last stretch runs along the entire Val Badia to Colfosco.

Colfosco Colfosco 205 km

A route that runs from Colfosco via La Villa and San Cassiano to conquer the summit of the Falzarego Pass. From here you descend to Pocol the direction of Cortina d'Ampezzo, where you take the road towards the picturesque Giau Pass. After about ten kilometres downhill, turn towards Selva di Cadore and once you have passed the Forcella Staulanza, Zoldo Alto, and Dont, head up through the Duran Pass. Then descend to Agordo and continue towards Falcade, turning at Cencenighe Agordino. Here you'll find the San Pellegrino Pass, which leads to Moena where you reach Canazei across the Fassa Valley. The last two passes, the Sella Pass and the Gardena Pass, lead back to Colfosco.

Colfosco Colfosco 140 km

From Colfosco, set out in the direction of Bruneck until you get to Piccolino, where you turn in the direction of Antermoia and the Würzjoch pass with spectacular views of the Putia. From here you go down to Brixen, passing under the Plose, but we strongly recommend you extend your trip in Villnöß up to Santa Maddalena for a postcard view of the Odle. Brixen is definitely worth a visit, as is the historic church on the next street that leads to Waidbruck. From here you take the Val Gardena road via the beautiful Urtijëi until you get to Plan de Gralba, from where the ascent leads to the Gardena Pass and finally to Colfosco.