Your MTB, the Dolomites and Val Pusteria/Pustertal

Anyone who wants to discover the Dolomites by MTB is in just the right place at our hotel not far from the Dolomites in South Tyrol. Trail lovers and leisurely cyclists get their money’s worth in this stunning region – the valley cycle path in Val Pusteria/Pustertal, for example, leads right through the middle of Val Pusteria/Pustertal’s wonderful natural and cultural landscape, past rustic farms, blooming meadows and idyllic villages.

We will of course be happy to advise you at the hotel and tell you about the most beautiful MTB tours in the Dolomites to make your MTB holiday in the Dolomites an unforgettable pleasurable experience. Anyone not bringing their own MTB can hire one at the hotel or at one of the specialist bike shops nearby. Thanks to the Rail & Bike offer you can quickly get to various places to start your MTB tour into the Dolomites or Val Pusteria/Pustertal’s picturesque side valley from there. By the way, you use public transport free of charge with the Almencard PLUS (there is an extra charge to transport the MTB).

Jump onto your MTB and head into the Dolomites – the pale mountains are paradise for adrenaline junkies and anyone looking for the ultimate challenge. The incomparable panorama is of course not to be sneezed at. Technique freaks will love the downhill trails on Plan de Corones/Kronplatz, real heroes ride the Stoneman Trail in Alta Val Pusteria/Hochpustertal and adventurers rave about the Fundres/Pfunderer mountains.

Etiquette for mountain bikers and cyclists

Anyone travelling by MTB in the Dolomites can look forward to incredible views and unforgettable adventures. Nevertheless, there are a few rules to observe out of respect for the environment and towards other people.

Adapt your riding

It’s fun to get ahead and zoom fast over the paths and trails. However, you should slow down before bends and blind spots to avoid accidents on your MTB in the Dolomites. Only ride so fast that you still have your bike under control. It is also important to select tours beforehand that match your level of ability. In doing so you are sure not to miss anything as there are magical tours in all levels of difficulty.

Respect nature

Anyone travelling by MTB in the Dolomites should show respect to the environment. At the end of the day, the spectacular landscape where you can have so much fun on your bike is thanks to this respect. Take any rubbish home with you or dispose of it appropriately in rubbish bins, think about the animals who live here, show them consideration and follow the rules on the signs. Then you’ve done everything right while mountain bike riding in the Dolomites!


Watch out for hikers and other bikers who are possibly enjoying the outdoors on the same paths as you. Show them the respect you also expect from others. Everyone is a good friend in the mountains and it’s much more wonderful being out and about in the Dolomites if you treat each other respectfully.

As soon as one MTB tour in the Dolomites is over, the next tour begins

You’ve just finished your tour, you’re gripped and can’t wait for the next one? That’s great – the MTB is certainly one of your best companions in the Dolomites. It’s hardly surprising with the diversity and unique natural scenery that you get to see. Be inspired for your next tour with a comfortable refreshment stop at one of the cosy mountains huts, in the restaurants or picnic spots along the trails and enjoy the anticipation.

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