Bike Adventures in the Pale Mountains.

Mountain biking in an extraordinary mountain landscape rich in contrasts: pale, rugged reefs of dolomite and limestone sprinkle the gently undulating alpine pastures, and the light shades of gray of the barren rock meet the lush greens and floral dashes of color in the meadows. The Dolomites are endlessly fascinating and a jewel in the Alps. No wonder they were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

The Dolomites offer everything a rider’s heart could desire. Besides the impressive mountains there are helpful cable cars and lifts, traditional huts with delicious food and, last but not least, a dense network of paths with unique single tracks: endless descents that make the brakes glow, challenging, high-alpine trails in the scenery of rock and stone, so characteristic of these mountains, and alpine pastures with flowy, playful trails.

Very diverse, the Dolomites offer mountain bike tours for different tastes. Whether it’s a great day tour or an adventurous multi-day trip like the Dolomites Enduro Traverse, you’ll love it!




Dive into the Dolomites in the most ingenious way with the Dolomites Enduro Traverse and discover all their splendor on this adventurous crossing of the entire mountain range from west to east. This four-day enduro tour takes you to the best spots in the Dolomites: challenging, high-alpine and raw, this mountain bike highlight is a dream for all strong riders.

Developed with the ideal bike trip in mind, the Dolomites Enduro Traverse is a tour with the most beautiful scenic highlights, cozy, authentic huts to stop and spend the night, tasty food and of course as many thrilling descents as possible to get you through the mountains in an exhilarating way.

The adventure starts in Val Gardena, passes the highest mountain of the Dolomites, the Marmolata, continues to Cortina d’Ampezzo and to the legendary Tre Cime di Lavaredo and finally ends in the east in Sesto.

The Dolomites Enduro Traverse is a mind-blowing experience and runs a real risk of becoming your bike trip of a lifetime!


  • The mind-blowing landscape of the Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Exciting enduro tour: plenty of singletracks and techy and demanding rides
  • A daily average of 3,000 m – 3,500 m (> 10,000 ft) of vertical drop and just around 500 m (1,600 ft) of altitude to overcome in uphill
  • The cultural encounter of alpine cultures
  • Cozy alpine huts, delicious food and great wine
  • 100% Fun


  • Bookable for small, closed groups on request (up to 7 riders)
  • 4 days of riding
  • 3 nights in idyllic mountain huts
  • 20+ cable cars and lifts
  • 3 shuttle transfers + final return to starting point
  • Self-supported: no luggage service, we pack all our equipment into our backpacks

MTB skill level: EXPERT (S2-S3) 
MTB fitness level: ADVANCED

Downhill total: approx. 14,000 m (46,000 ft)

Uphill total: approx. 1,750 m (5,750 ft)

Mid June to mid September, bookable by arrangement


PRICE GUIDING: daily rate for up to 5 persons: 550 € (for each additional person + 50 €) 

IMPORTANT: in addition to the guiding fee, there are also various costs for third party services (transfers, accommodation, lift tickets, etc.). The latter are paid directly by the participants to the various service providers during the tour: Ride oN has no package prices and does not apply any surcharges! The actual costs depend on the group size. Contact us for a detailed cost overview!

The ideal bike is a current enduro bike or e-bike, full suspended with 160 mm travel. Bringing your own bike is recommended. High quality rental bikes are available at local rental shops.



It’s like a dream come true when you can make your first laps in the Dolomites! To make sure everything works out and that you can end your day with a smile on your face, rely on our individual tour planning.

We at Ride oN are at home in this amazing mountain world and know it like the back of our hand. We tailor the tours to your needs and take you to the trails that suit you, so that your dream scenario can become reality. You like singletracks that are not too challenging, but also never boring? Great. You are looking for the fascination of the high alpine and you really thrive on challenging, technical trails? Perfect! You will find what you are after. And between all the cool pictures we take of you in action, there’s also a useful riding technique tip or two.

Our bike rides usually start in Val Gardena, a beautiful valley in the heart of these unique mountains with a wide range of first-class mountain bike tours, excellent lodging, several bike stores, cable cars and lifts. Places like Alpe di Siusi, Rasciesa, Seceda or the nearby Val Badia and Val di Fassa are on the to-do list here. And of course the Sellaronda, a circuit around the magnificent Sella massif, which offers magnificent views and delights both slightly advanced and experienced riders.


  • Individual, tailor-made tour planning
  • Bookable for small, closed groups on request (up to 7 riders)
  • Trails & Terrain: the Dolomites are characterized especially by firm and loose rock and some flowy dirt. Trails are mostly natural singletracks (hiking paths) or purpose-made MTB singletracks. Doubletracks and gravel roads serve as connectors. 
  • Lifts: we like to use lifts to increase the range, shorten the climbs and focus on the descents.
  • Lunch brakes: we love to stop at one of the many alpine huts for tasty pasta or dumplings and a great espresso.

MTB skill level: from INTERMEDIATE to EXPERT (S1-S3) 
MTB fitness level: from INTERMEDIATE to EXPERT


Mid May to mid October, bookable by arrangement

PRICE GUIDING: daily rate for up to 2 persons: 350 € (for each additional person + 20 €) 

ADDITIONAL COSTS: additional costs that arise during the tours, such as lift tickets, transfers or meals, do not depend on us and are paid by the participants directly on site.

Check out the Dolomiti Supersummer Card prices

The ideal bike is a current trail or enduro bike or e-bike, full suspended with 140 mm travel or more. Bringing your own bike is recommended. High quality rental bikes are available at local rental shops.