Mountain biking in Italy
The best riding locations in Italy
A big part of the Alps is on Italian territory. From the highest mountain, the Monte Bianco, to the Ligurian Alps at the Mediterranean sea and all the way down to Sicily, Italy is very diverse. The excellent coffee and food is the only constant.
To speak of one destination is a bit undersized. The over 80 km long valley offers endless possibilities and ends at the highest mountain of the alps, the Mont Blanc. read more...
Flow and alpine trails
High above the Eisack valley, the gondola spits you out with a breathtaking view into the Dolomites. Different flowtrails are perfect for beginners. Or you go fully alpine. read more...
Endless trails in the Dolomites
The Dolomites in Italy are famous for their unique mountains. High vertical rock walls merge into mellow hills covered in lush meadows. From Canazei several lifts bring you up to the bike park and natural singletracks. read more...
Less known spot next to the Gardalake without it's loose rocks and countless descents. read more...
Rocks and icecream
Very popular spot that still offers new things and is already worth a trip because of the lake and icecream. read more...
Long Trails with a view into the Dolomites
Over 1200 metres of descent await you in almost every direction from the cone like Kronplatz peak. With the lift, you can access trails in every character, from flow to steep root trails. read more...
Heaven for lift accessed natural enduro trails
Lift accessed mountain biking on long natural trails. Magnificent mountain views. Italian food, coffee, and wine combined with a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. read more...
Maremma includes a few top spots for trail biking like Massa Marittima, Punta Ala and Piombino. From mellow hills at the sea to enduro race tracks. This variety combined with the Tuscan charm makes it a perfect place for mountain biking for everyone. read more...
The resort at the border of Austria and Italy is truly a gem for all enduro fans. The lifts open up a wide area around the 1500m high Reschenpass with it’s two beautiful lakes. read more...