EXCITMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL LAND OF THE BIKE
Val di Sole has everything you need for your outdoor cycling needs, whether you are looking for an adrenaline-packed gravity experience, or with an enduro spirit for those wanting an alternative way to enjoy this beautiful nature. The Val di Sole is called Bikeland for lots of reasons: 300 km of signposted paths through green vegetation, trails and single tracks, 2 bike parks, 4 cross and trial locations, downhill and freeride trails, bike-friendly services such as passes for taking bikes on the cable cars, sustainable mobility services for bikes and bike-hotel accommodation. There must a reason if Val di Sole has for years been the venue for international events!
If you like this this kind of activity, you are probably a lover of sport and the great outdoors and would like to try an adrenaline-packed experience every now and again. So we suggest you also try:
The best sports river in Europe and one of the top ten in the world according to the National Geographic. Could you miss out on rafting down the rapids on the Noce River?
Soar over the Brenta Dolomites, the summits of the Ortles-Cevedale and the Adamello glaciers, just like eagles do usually. Spectacular scenery from a truly unusual angle.
Explore untamed corners in nature, abseiling into narrow gorges between rocks and paddling over waterfalls, rocky drops and small lakes. An adventure that will test your limits.
Reach your destination by getting over Tibetan bridges, cableways, passages suspended over canyons and natural obstacles. An experience that combines adventure, fun and safety.
If you love via ferrata routes, this is a must try in the Adamello-Presanella mountain range. It follows old trenches and offers unforgettable views.
The highest museum in Europe at 3,632 metres asl. Half an hour from the Vioz Mountain Refuge, it is home to some of the war relics found in these mountains, borderline territory during World War One.
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