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Sellaronda Clockwise

Mountainbiking · Alta Badia
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The sellaronda is one of the most spectacular trails of the Dolomites and the Alps. For more than 4.000 meters descent there are just 750 meters of climb! Enjoy your trip.
difficult
Distance 59.8 km
13:58 h
4,010 m
4,005 m
2,477 m
1,411 m

Author’s recommendation

While the tour is excellent from a technical point of view, do not miss the chance to admire the beauty of the landscapes and mountains. There is no other tour that allows you to see the Dolomites from so many perspectives to show the complete character and beauty of them.
Difficulty
S3 difficult
Technique
Stamina
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Landscape
Highest point
2,477 m
Lowest point
1,411 m
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Safety information

Use caution along all trails! EMERGENCY 118.

Check you bike before every trip.

Attention: especially in spring some roads or trails may be heavily damaged and it may not be possible to pass the obstacles. We do not regularly inspect the trails and we cannot be held responsible for any inconveniences along the suggested tour.

Start

Posta Zirm Hotel (1,554 m)
Coordinates:
DD
46.547358, 11.875630
DMS
46°32'50.5"N 11°52'32.3"E
UTM
32T 720456 5158883
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Destination

Posta Zirm hotel

Turn-by-turn directions

The start is directly behind the Posta Zirm Hotel at the Lift Col Alt. From here we reach the second chair lift, the Braia Fraida. From there along the edge we pedal to the Bioch hut and Pralongia hut. A short descent to catch the hunter’s trail to reach the Campolongo Pass. From here with the lift Campolongo to the top we set off towards Arabba. With the Porta Vescovo lift we go up and enjoy the spectacular view to the Marmolada and Sella. Challenging descent towards Passo Pordoi. After a short distance we catch the single trail to reach the lift Salesei that brings us to the Passo Pordoi. From here a long descent to Canazei and then we pedal through beautiful meadows to Campitello. Here we catch the lift Col Rodela to the Passo Sella. Through the Stone City and the Sassolungo we reach Selva. With the Dantercepies lift we climb the Passo Gardena. From here a beautyful descent on a downhill trail to Colfosco. From here we pedal through the woods to Corvara.

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Coordinates

DD
46.547358, 11.875630
DMS
46°32'50.5"N 11°52'32.3"E
UTM
32T 720456 5158883
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We recommend to bring rain protection and warm clothes with you, temperature drops are common even in summer months.

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Difficulty
S3 difficult
Distance
59.8 km
Duration
13:58 h
Ascent
4,010 m
Descent
4,005 m
Highest point
2,477 m
Lowest point
1,411 m
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