Informationen zur Tour From Cortina to Calalzo
- 3:00 h
- 110 m
- 590 m
- Max. height
- 1230 m
Between 1921 and 1964 the cadore and Val Pusteria were connected by a railway service, initially operated with steam locomotives. this important line moved up to 7000 people per day during the 1956 Winter olympics. the cortina – calalzo stretch forms the second part of the “Lunga Via delle Dolomiti”, the long route of the Dolomites. the 36 km descent on this gorgeous bicycle path will provide a load of fun for the entire family. the extraordinary peaks of the Dolomites will impress and inspire anyone passing through the Bòite Valley, the old railway stations, viaducts and the old, lit tunnels.
From the bus station in ➊ cortina (1220 m) descend into the valley on the sign-posted bicycle path; before the old station ➋ in Acquabona (1120 m) leave the bicycle path to the right and briefly pass through the business park, heading toward S. Vito. Remaining on the bicycle path, pass the ➌ Albergo Dogana Vecchia (1117 m), cross the villages of ➍ S. Vito di cadore (990 m) and ➎ Borca di cadore (960 m). continue heading down the valley to ➏ Vodo di cadore (910 m), one of the food stops along the way, and carry on through ➐ Venas di cadore (850 m), ➑ Valle di cadore (860 m), ➒ tai di cadore (840 m) and finally to the arrival point, ➓ calalzo di cadore (750 m).
In the summer months, there is a shuttle bus that runs back to Cortina.
Cortina, 1220 m
A) Val pusteria-pustertal, Val di Landro-Höhlensteintal, Cortina
B) Belluno SS 51, pieve di Cadore, Cortina
- From the book:
- Mountain biking in the Dolomites