Cycling + Boutique Hotels
Skill Level: Intermediate – mixed gravel and low-traffic paved
May 29 – June 4, 2024
- Manguelfo-Tesido, Italy
- Cortina, Italy
- Misurina, Italy
- Strassen, Austria
- Bike paths and moderate climbs
6 nights / All breakfasts and lunches, plus two dinners included
$5,495 per person, double occupancy
2023 PRE-SEASON SALE $4,795
Small Group Sizes
Full-Time Van Support
eBikes for All
Legendary for a reason. For most, the mere mention of Italian Dolomites sets off fireworks of spectacular mountain scenery—and rightly so. There may be no more dramatic grouping of spires and rocky ridges jutting to the sky than that found in the Dolomites. For winter sports lovers, it’s pure paradise, with infinite options at every turn. For hikers and bikers, summer brings a wonderland of treasures, with trails and lanes crisscrossing remote ridgelines. Cyclists from around the world arrive each year to challenge themselves on passes made famous by greats going back to the founding of bike racing itself. And for all the glory claimed by this place, precious little of its boasts can be disputed.
Pathways through giants. The Dolomites are infamous for its jagged, vertical peaks and famous for long, steep passes that challenge even the best athletes on foot or bike. If pushing oneself to the limit is what someone is seeking, this is one of the best places on Earth. But it’s also just as spectacular and just as rewarding to visitors who want all the magnificence, but at a much lower heart rate. This trip is designed exactly for that person.
We’ll spend a glorious week on gently graded bike paths and non-technical forest roads, enjoying vistas that never end and canyons carved by waterfalls that tell their story. Rest assured, each day will take our breath away, but only for all the best reasons.