The Three Peaks are surely one of the most photographed motifs in the Dolomites and are the landmark of this mountain range. The region is named after this distinctive massif, which is situated in the Sexten Dolomites. Famous Dolomites passes, known as superlative for road bikers, as well as flat cycle tracks are waiting around the holiday villages of Sexten, Innichen, Toblach, Niederdorf and Prags. The typical bizarre rock formations, countless vineyards and orchards and beautiful mountain lakes are constant companions on your road bike tours.
The Drava Cycle Route, which is around 50 km long and leads to Lienz in East Tyrol, is one of the leisurely tours. On the Puster Valley Cycle Route you cycle via Bruneck and Mühlbach to Brixen. The old railway track takes you to Cortina. Our you go on tour into the Fischleintal Valley, to Lake Toblach or Lake Prags.
Roadbike highlights of the region
- Dolomites passes
- Lake Prags
What does the roadbike expert say?
In the road bike region Three Peaks - Dolomites in South Tyrol, you can look forward to road bike tours full of variety and stunning Dolomites panoramas - here in particular the view to the Tre Cime di Lavaredo. Opting for one of our road bike hotels as host, you have found the perfect partner when it comes to road bikes. The proprietors are often passionate road bikers themselves and are happy to provide tips for tours. Services like lockable bike storage room, laundry service or repair corner complement the programme.
Demanding pass tours or rather leisurely cycle routes? In the Three Peaks - Dolomites region, you will find both. Diverse road bike tours through picturesque valleys, along orchards, rivers and lakes and uphill to the mountain tops and impressive alpine passes are waiting for you around te landmark of the Dolomites. You will find leisurely tours along the Drava Cycle Route, the Puster Valley Cycle Route or in the Fischleintal Valley, for example. But you can also visit Lake Toblach or Pragser Wildsee by road bike.