E-Bike-Tour around the Dolomites

E-Bike-Tour around the Dolomites

Round trip in the Puster Valley from Toblach

Toblach – Trient – Toblach 

  • Three Peaks
  • Bozen, Brixen, Cortina d'Ampezzo
  • Daily routes ●●●●○
  • Altitude profile ●●●○○
  • Pedelec trip!


km / day avg.

UNESCO declared the Dolomite mountains a World Heritage Site for their unique, monumental beauty. In this natural paradise, you will cycle past the crystal clear waters of the lake, which reflect the stately peaks of the mountains. The charming towns of Bolzano, Brixen and Trento are on your route, which also sometimes takes you along the tracks of the former Dolomite railway. You are welcomed by the 300 m high Three Peaks, the landmarks of the Dolomites. These three impressive peaks can also be seen from afar at the end of your tour.
This e-bike-tour around the Dolomites has been designed especially for ebikes. The more athletic cyclists can of course enjoy this wonderful tour on a regular bike.

Cycle tour around the Dolomite mountains
  • Booking Code
  • Start / Destination
  • Duration
    8 days / 7 nights
  • Length
    approx. 390 / 420 km
    Daily routes ●●●●○
    between 40 and 95 km, Ø 70 km
    Altitude profile ●●●○○

Day 1: Individual arrival in the Upper Pusteria Valley

Your journey begins in the middle of the Puster Valley, at its highest point in Toblach or Niederdorf . The watershed between the Adriatic and the Black Sea is located here. A visit to the Höhlenstein Valley with a view of the majestic Drei Zinnen (Tre Cime di Lavaredo) is recommended. The winter sport town of Toblach also has much to offer, even in Summer.

Day 2: Toblach – Klausen, approx. 85 km

You start on the Puster Valley cycle path and soon arrive in Brienz. Next you cycle past the impressive ruins of Chiusa di Rio di Pusteria and should take some time for a break in Brixen. On a walk through the shady bowers look up – you'll enjoy seeing all the pretty gables on the older buildings here. You'll recognise Klausen from afar by Säben Abbey, which towers up over the town.

Day 3: Klausen – Trient, approx. 90 km

The bubbling Eisack river leads you out of Brixen. In this ever narrowing valley, the beauty of the Dolomites is revealed. Through Bolzano's valley basin you reach Bolzano, the capital of South Tyrol. Italian joie de vivre meets Tyrolean lifestyle! Now you continue along the Etsch and leave South Tyrol to head off for Trento. This former ducal town quietly awaits your arrival!

Day 4: Trient – Feltre, approx. 65 km + train ride or 95 km

Through Valsugani valley, which is completely surrounded by the Dolomites, you cycle past the glittering Caldonazzo lake, which is perfect if you feel like a break. The first section to Caldonazzo ist very steep and can be shortened by train (not included). Continuing through this wonderful valley you soon arrive at the former Via Claudia Augusta, once an important Roman road from the Adriatic to Augsburg. In Feltre, enjoy more wonderful views of the Dolomites!

Day 5: Feltre – Belluno, approx. 40 km

On today's relatively short section, you cycle through gentle green avenues to Belluno. The capital of the province of Veneto looks back on over 2000 years of history. Discover the numerous beautiful sights this town has to offer. In the north, the striking Dolomite peaks welcome you back – which accompanied you on the first section.

Day 6: Belluno – Pieve di Cadore, ca. 45 km

You follow the cycle path north and after about 20 km arrive in Longarone. This small town has a sad history. after a landslide in 1963 into a higher-lying reservoir, a flood wave developed which destroyed the town almost entirely except for a church tower. The newly established cycle path takes you on to Pieve / Calalzo di Cadore.

Day 7: Pieve di Cadore – Toblach Region, approx. 65 km

Your first break can be taken in Cortina d’Ampezzo, the famous winter sports grounds and Olympic village from 1956. This small town is surrounded by some of the most beautiful Dolomite peaks. Enjoy the panorama. On the tracks of the old Dolomite railway, you cross the border to South Tyrol. The striking tops of the Three Peaks can be seen from afar.

Day 8: Individual departure or extension of stay

After breakfast, your e-bike-tour around the Dolomites ends with your individual departure.