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Latemar Tour - Tour 930

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  • Latemar Tour
    Latemar Tour
    Photo: F. Modica, APT Val di Fiemme
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A perfect itinerary, full of evocative views of the Latemar and Catinaccio Dolomites. The stop at the crystal clear Lake Carezza, a pearl set among fir woods, is truly memorable.

Distance 42.9 km
4:30 h
350 m
1,480 m
2,168 m
1,041 m

The great advantage of this fabulous itinerary is given by the fact that the lifts allow you to overcome most of the difference in altitude. The route winds its way through alpine pastures and pretty wooden huts, lush meadows and forests, in front of imposing Dolomite walls. You will also cross wide open spaces, evidence of the Vaia Storm of October 2018. The route partially crosses the province of Bolzano’s territory, where you will find no signs of the tour.

Attention! The forest road that from Passo Costalunga descends to Moena may be temporarily closed during summer 2022.

More information in the section TURN BY TURN DIRECTIONS

Author’s recommendation

Also suitable for E-MTB.

Transport of bicycles on cablecar + chairlift € 5,00.

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Update: June 24, 2022
Highest point
Passo Feudo, 2,168 m
Lowest point
Predazzo, 1,041 m
Best time of year

Track types

Asphalt 30.87%Dirt road 39.87%Forested/wild trail 10.98%Path 3.67%Road 5.33%Unknown 9.25%
13.2 km
Dirt road
17.1 km
Forested/wild trail
4.7 km
1.6 km
2.3 km
4 km
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Rest stops

Rifugio Gardonè
Rifugio Passo Feudo
Ganischger Alm
Weigler Schupf
Mayerl Alm
Epircher Laner Alm
Malga Roncac

Safety information


Along all routes, always pay attention to other people and vehicles coming from both directions. MTB routes are not for bikers only.

After windstorm Vaia in October 2018, forest roads are used also by heavy vehicles to transport wood.

When riding on streets, bikers have to respect the traffic code just like drivers.



  1. Plan your ride
  2. Share the trail with other users
  3. Yield right of way to hikers
  4. Let your speed be determined by your experience
  5. Ride slowly on crowded trails, overtake with politeness and respect
  6. Cycle only on authorized and open trails
  7. Avoid muddy trails in order not to damage them further
  8. Respect nature, plants, animals and the trail
  9. Do not frighten animals
  10. Take your rubbish home with you
  11. Respect public and private property
  12. Always be selfsufficient
  13. Do not cycle solo in remote areas
  14. Take back home only good pics



Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.

Tips and hints

APT Val di Fiemme - Tel. +39 0462 241111 -  -   

Latemar MontagnAnimata - Tel. +39 0462 884400 -  - 


Predazzo - lifts Latemar (1,058 m)
46.327817, 11.601949
46°19'40.1"N 11°36'07.0"E
32T 700278 5133761
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Predazzo - lifts Latemar

Turn-by-turn directions

This loop ride around the Latemar massif boasts suggestive panoramas on the Dolomites.

The starting point is in Predazzo, where you can reach the Feudo pass taking the lifts (open from Mid-June to Mid-September).

From here, continue towards Obereggen on an alternately paved and unpaved road. Once in the area of Bewaller, a flat dirt road heads to the Carezza lake, a pearl nestled among fir trees, which reflects the Latemar peaks into its calm waters.

Along the forest road from Maso Bewaller to the Carezza Lake, you can find the signs of “Latemarronda”; this new tour alternative leads bikers to ride at the foot of the majestic Catinaccio. Find out more on 

From Lake Carezza a further 4 km of progressive ascent lead to Passo Costalunga.

Attention! The forest road that from Passo Costalunga descends to Moena may be temporarily closed during summer 2022.

In the event of a closure, it is advisable to reach the hamlet of Tamion (Sèn Jan - Vigo di Fassa) by following the track on this map. From Tamion you reach Larcionè and then descend along the SS 48 road. At the roundabout take the second exit in the direction of the industrial area, at the end of the bridge turn slightly left and take the cycle path on the right, which passes slightly higher up. Follow the cycle path in the direction of Moena and then Predazzo.


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Possibility to reach the "Latemar 2200" lifts with the "Trentino Trasporti" buses that take you from Predazzo to Moena and Val di Fassa.

The stop is at the departure of the lifts.

Getting there

The starting point are the "Latemar 2200" lifts, located after Predazzo on the road leading to Moena. From here you can go up to the Feudo Pass using the cablecar and the chairlift, both equipped for the transport of mountain bikes.




Several car parks are available at the departure of the lifts.



46.327817, 11.601949
46°19'40.1"N 11°36'07.0"E
32T 700278 5133761
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

MTB map available in all Val di Fiemme information offices.

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What do I need to bring on my bike tour? 

  1. An adequate water supply according to your needs (considering temperature, possibility of refuelling and duration of the route)
  2. Plenty of snacks (for example, dried fruit or energy bars)
  3. Waterproof / Windproof jacket.
  4. A spare top / spare socks. (Descending in a sweaty garment, will make you cold)
  5. Suncream
  6. Sunglasses
  7. Bike gloves/mitts
  8. Map or GPS device
  9. Bike repair kit for punctures and mechanical breakdowns
  10. First aid kit

It is always advised to let someone know where you plan to go and how long you expect to be.

Emergency telephone number 112

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42.9 km
4:30 h
350 m
1,480 m
Highest point
2,168 m
Lowest point
1,041 m
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