Fassa-Fiemme cycle route
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On the cycle path from Fassa to FiemmePhoto: Hannes Riegler
What initially appears to be an average bicycle path along the Avisio river, similar to all classic bicycle routes along famous rivers, is in reality a unique and inspiring concept. This is an original and quirky idea, to build a bicycle path in the heart of the Dolomites, which runs entirely on a descent in one direction, and involves a climb of 650 vertical metres in the other. It works pretty well. Conveniently tucked well away from traffic, this bicycle path connects the Fassa and Fiemme valleys. This idyllic route passes through little villages in the two valleys surrounded by the peaks of the Catinaccio and the Lagorai. This route also provides access to various mountain biking trails.
And sure it’s all downhill from Molina di Fiemme. From the end of June to mid-September the “bike express Fassa–Fiemme“ as- sisted lift is operating. there are fifteen stops along the route. the shuttle bus service is a nice support for families with children and for everyone who wants to enjoy an easy and relaxing ride back to valley bottom on the bicycle path. For those who rather cycle to the trailhead the climb is nice and easy. Itinerary description Set off from the water park in canazei ➊ 1440 m. Ride on forest road on the right valley side, to the “col Rodella“ cable car valley station ➋ 1410 m, and head in the direction of campestrin ➌ 1380 m, continuing straight to the crossing in Pera ➍. Proceed straight ahead to Pozza di Fassa ➎ 1320 m. Ride around the village, keeping to the left side, and turn left ➏ at the fork, and continue riding to Soraga ➐ 1210 m. Keeping to the bicycle path, continue to Moena ➑ 1200 m. cross the town centre and stay on the main road for 1.5 km
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