Mountain Bike

Mountain bikes – what a passion! Passo San Pellegrino is a true paradise for two-wheeling adventure seekers. There are lots of opportunities: from well-marked and maintained trails for the entire family to more intense rides for more experienced mountain bikers, with challenging altitude changes along gruelling climbs and breath-taking descents.

If you just want to try to learn this sport, Passo San Pellegrino is the right place. If you don’t have a mountain bike or can’t bring your own, there are plenty of bike rentals throughout the area. Lifts are open in summer, so it’s even easier to get to the highest peaks to experience unique thrills…with your feet on the pedals and your heart in the clouds.

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    Passo San Pellegrino - Seggiovia Costabella - Rifugio Paradiso

    Total Km
    5 Km
    Altitude change
    211 m
    Difficulty
    This is an easy route suitable for everyone. Starting from Passo San Pellegrino take the Costabella chairlift up (equipped for transporting mountain bikes). Once off the chairlift take the small road to the immediate left that goes to Rifugio Paradiso. From here take the dirt road that serves the slopes and descends all the way to Hotel San Marco, where you return back up towards Passo San Pellegrino. You can do the first climb by mountain bike instead of using the chairlift.
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    Passo San Pellegrino - Fuciade - Zingari - Passo San Pellegrino

    Total Km
    8.5 Km
    Altitude change
    222 m
    Durata stimata
    1 ora
    Difficulty
    This is an easy route suitable for everyone. Starting from Passo San Pellegrino take the Costabella chairlift up (equipped for transporting mountain bikes). Once off the chairlift take the small road to the immediate left that goes to Rifugio Paradiso. From here take the dirt road that serves the slopes and descends all the way to Hotel San Marco, where you return back up towards Passo San Pellegrino. You can do the first climb by mountain bike instead of using the chairlift.
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    Passo San Pellegrino - Alleghe

    Total Km
    26.9 Km
    Altitude change
    1500 m
    Difficulty
    This is a challenging ride that starts from Passo San Pellegrino (TN) and goes all the way to Alleghe (BL) with more than 20 Km of descent and an altitude change of about 1500 m on mountain trails.Leave the passo and proceed east (direction Falcade) and after a few dozen metres take the wide, panoramic road to the left that goes to the conca di Fuchiade, then continue along the long trail marked Cai 670 – 693 in the direction of Forca Rossa.The climb is steep at first, but easy to pedal; in the second half it becomes a path where you have to carry your bike (the last stretch is particularly challenging). When you get to an altitude of 2473 m you’re at Forca Rossa. From here begins a long, fantastic descent; the first stretch crosses a gravel pit (ride-able) then the trail goes into the woods and turns into a truly technical single track that alternates with mule trails.One last free ride and you come to Malga Ciapela. From here along the stupendous road (closed to vehicular traffic) of Serrai di Sottoguda you come to the namesake hamlet. At the provincial road turn right and once you’ve crossed the bridge take the path to the left that goes along the Cordevole river to Alleghe. This stretch is not particularly difficult (all off road), slightly downhill except for one steep but short climb (at Rocca Pietore).You arrive to Alleghe from the north near the parking lot next to the play park.

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    Passo San Pellegrino – Malga ai Lach

    Total Km
    10 Km
    Altitude change
    517 m
    Difficulty
    A short ride for the entire family that is not too challenging. From Passo San Pellegrino proceed in the direction of Fuchiade passing in front of Rif. Miralago on a dirt road. In about 20 minutes you come to the marvellous basin, from here you return to the hamlet of Col Codé, where a trail on the left takes you down in a short while to Pont de Jigolé to then proceed on an asphalt road to Baita Flora Alpina and then to Malga ai Lach. Total time: 3 – 3.5 hours.
    To lengthen the ride, once you get to the Malga you can descend along the trail marked 694 towards Somor di Falcade, alt. 1373 mt. And then head back to Passo on the asphalt road.