Feasible in both directions, the Fiemme and Fassa cycle path allows you to visit two valleys, pass through small historic centers, stop in one of the several picnic areas or in the bicigrill along the way. There are many services available to the cyclist: bike rentals, service points, e-bike charging stations, fountains to fill the bottles with fresh mountain water!
The cycle path is completely asphalted, except for the Fontanazzo - Canazei stretch in Val di Fassa. In summer there is a shuttle bus service at fixed times, called FIEMME & FASSA BIKE EXPRESS, which allows you to shorten distances and cover part of the track uphill or downhill by bus.
BIKER’S CODE OF RESPONSIBILITY
- Plan your ride
- Share the trail with other users
- Yield right of way to hikers
- Let your speed be determined by your experience
- Ride slowly on crowded trails, overtake with politeness and respect
- Cycle only on authorized and open trails
- Avoid muddy trails in order not to damage them further
- Respect nature, plants, animals and the trail
- Do not frighten animals
- Take your rubbish home with you
- Respect public and private property
- Always be selfsufficient
- Do not cycle solo in remote areas
- Take back home only good pics
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR HELMET !
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
Getting thereExit motorway A22 in "Egna-Ora" and follow the SS48 road.
ParkingMany parking lots in the village.
Author’s map recommendations
What do I need to bring on my bike tour?
- An adequate water supply according to your needs (considering temperature, possibility of refuelling and duration of the route)
- Plenty of snacks (for example, dried fruit or energy bars)
- Waterproof / Windproof jacket.
- A spare top / spare socks. (Descending in a sweaty garment, will make you cold)
- Bike gloves/mitts
- Map or GPS device
- Bike repair kit for punctures and mechanical breakdowns
- 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