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E-Bike Tour Sellaronda without lifts

Start from Selva Gardena towards the Dantercepies (2222m) and then descent on growl road to Passo Gardena and continue along a rather easy and funny trail to Corvara. Ride up to the Marmotta Refuge and, along the Cacciatori trail, we will reach the Campolongo Pass (1875m) in a very smooth way, then we will ride down along a medium-difficult road to Arabba and up to Passo Pordoi towards the Fodom Refuge for lunch break. After recharging “the batteries” our itinerary will take us to the top of Passo Pordoi (2239m) down along a rather technical trail towards Lupo Bianco and back again to Passo Sella (2180m). We will enjoy than the final descent trough the beautiful Citta dei Sassi and then towards Selva Gardena.
It is tour of medium difficulty, always riding the bike while admiring beautiful landscapes

* in case of need we will use a cableway for those who are not too trained


Length of ride: 6 to 7 hours (including breaks)
difference in height: 2000m

Technical downhills: ●●●○○
Endurance: ●●●○○
LEVEL Specifications -> 

Price per person without bikepass included (maximum 8 persons per group)
160 Euro for 1 person, 180 Euro 2 people + 15 Euro for every additional person

E-Bike Rental not included in price


10 reasons for doing the Sellaronda MTB Track Tour with a guide

In recent years there have been many discussions as to whether it is better to do the Sellaronda MTB Track TOUR with or without a guide
(remembering that in the anticlockwise sense not all the uphill lift systems transport bikes and bikers without a guide).

We are happy to give you ten good reasons why we advise you to do this wonderful
tour with one of our expert guides:

1) You will not have to consult the map at each crossing point and therefore you will be able
to concentrate on the downhill runs 
2) You will not have to follow a route on your GPS, a route which perhaps is not correct 
3) Technical assistance available throughout the excursion 
4) Safety asuranceand support in unknown surroundings 
5) Information input on the most beautiful mountains in the world 
6) Guides who also know well the mountain huts and can advise on where best to stop 
for lunch or for a snack
7) Advantage of taking all the Sellaronda lifts with the bike pass 
8) Possibility to take alternative  trails  not well known or indicated on any geographical map 
9) Fun together in group of bike enthusiasts 
10) Possibilty for less expert bikers to take alternative routes