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Val di Fassa mountain bike gravity

Full helmet, technical protective equipment, bikes with shock absorbers and disc brakes: dear bikers, welcome to Val di Fassa! Top-ranking location of several editions of the Superenduro circuit and of the Enduro World Series, Val di Fassa is a top destination for those who want to practice the MTB gravity disciplines, which drag the Dolomites into a thrilling whirlwind of downhill parabolic curves and skids to face at full speed.

Val di Fassa & Bike Park: user guide

Gravity trails in Val di Fassa start from the top of the mountains, a step away from the great peaks. The Fassa Bike Park at Belvedere can be easily reached by cable car from Canazei or from Alba. The descent starts at 2,000 m, along paths and single tracks that alternate stretches with natural obstacles (roots, stones and counterslopes) to more artificial stretches, with bends and wooden runways. The landscape is really uncontaminated: wide meadows at altitude framed by the marvellous dolomitic panoramas leave space to woods made of larches, pines and musk: this is what gravity passionate bikers should expect in Val di Fassa. For the majority of the time, the bikers stand on the pedals, absorbing the asperities of the ground with their arms, holding tight the handlebar and keeping the fingers ready on the brakes. At first you can rely on the instructors and guides of the Fassabike MTB School to learn straight the game rules, but do not worry, this sport is accessible to all levels thanks to its tracks of various difficulty.

Technical features of the Fassa Bike Park Belvedere

Locality "Col dei Rossi - Pecol". Reachable with the lifts by taking the cabin lift from Canazei to "Pecol" and then the "Col dei Rossi" cable car, from Alba di Canazei taking the cabin lift "Alba - Col dei Rossi", from "Pian Frataces", along the road that goes up from Canazei to the passes Sella and Pordoi, with the cabin lift "Pian Frataces - Gherdecia"), otherwise from "Pont de Vauz", along the road that goes up from Arabba to Pordoi Pass, with the cabin lift "Vauz - Pordoi".
Bike park opening times, summer 2020: from June 27th to September 27th, every day 8.30 a.m. - 5.20 p.m. (till July 25th reachable only with the cable car from Alba di Canazei).
Bike park admission fees, summer 2020: one-day ticket adult € 38,00; one-day ticket junior € 26,50 (born after 16.05.2004); 2-day ticket adult € 64,00; 2-day ticket junior € 45,00 (born after 16.05.2004); afternoon ticket adult, from 1.00 p.m., € 30,00; afternoon ticket junior, from 1.00 p.m., € 22,00 (born after 16.05.2004). The Dolomiti Summer card is also valid.

It is compulsory to wear helmet and back, elbows and lower limbs protection.
Bike park services: guided downhill/freeride/enduro tours for adults and children, full suspension mountain bike rental, bike washing with biological professional detergents.

The park is one of the most famous bike parks in the area, and so it is easy to meet training crews and teams; your descents will have the taste of a challenge! Thanks to its characteristic, the park hosts important international competitions and sector companies organizing "demo-days" and setting up test-tracks.

For more information: Fassabike MTB SchoolSport Check Point

Electric Line


The black slope starts from "Pecol" and goes down to Canazei through the wood. It is divided into three different stretches, a downhill one, a freeride one and a North Shore track. This demanding course has 17 wooden bridges, that are 300 metres long altogether, with jumps and parabolic turns. Difficulty: difficult; length 2.5 km; vertical drop 480 m



Red track that goes down to Canazei from "Pecol" on a natural ground with demanding passages, as an alternative to the Electric Line. Difficulty: intermediate-difficult; length 1.5 km; vertical drop 230 m



A single track that winds through the stunning meadows of the "Belvedere" basin towards "Pecol" through intriguing parabolic curves, bumps, switchbacks and natural mounds. Difficulty: intermediate; length 2.7 km; vertical drop 440 m



7 km return track from Pordoi Pass to Canazei with some flow style-shaped parts, stretches along the ski slope and transfer stages. Difficulty: intermediate; length 5.3 km; vertical drop 610 m



Modern flow-style line, entirely built, which develops along about 3 km across the "Belvedere" meadows, with artificial wooden structures such as drops, wallrides, inclined planes, banks and table tops. After a stretch in common with the Double-U, the slope bends to the right, enters the Infinity and then goes back to the lifts at "Pecol". Difficulty: intermediate; length 1.5 km; vertical drop 250 m



A very panoramic single track, entirely structured throughout the meadows of the Pordoi Pass towards Arabba, which counts parabolic curves, changes in gradient and gangways. From "Col dei Rossi", the track begins in the nearest of the Fredarola Refuge, than dives towards Fodom Refuge goes on along the All Fever and reaches the bottom station of the cabin lift "Vauz - Pordoi" at "Pont de Vauz". This is one of the access routes to the lines The Col and Infinity. Difficulty: easy; length 1.95 km; vertical drop 263 m

The Col


From the Pordoi Pass to the Fodom Refuge (Arabba). This is a flow-style shaped line, entirely built, suitable for any level. Smooth trail, beaten, amusing and fast, rich in parabolic curves, humps and gangways. Difficulty: easy; length 0.8 km; vertical drop 100 m

All Fever


Enduro line on smooth terrain, with a good grip. It is a prosecution of the trail The Col and it links Fodom Refuge (Arabba) to the bottom station of the cabin lift "Vauz - Pordoi". Difficulty: easy; length 2 km; vertical drop 240 m



Val di Fassa Bike District: Lift, ride and repeat with Veronika Widmann and Harry Molloy

Val di Fassa Bike District: Lift, ride and repeat with Elena Martinello and Paomad


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Brochures and catalogues

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