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Dolomites Giro from Innsbruck

Highlights of the Dolomites, Tyrol, Tauern – 22/06-29/06/2019

Whenever anyone hears the word Dolomites immediately visualises the typical images of craggy peaks in the Italian sun. Drei Zinnen, Marmolada Glacier, the Sella massif – they're world-famous destinations not just for walkers and mountaineers but also for cyclists, and this has also been the beautiful setting for fierce battles over the maglia rosa in the Giro d'Italia. So the Dolomites are our goal on this trip, but we won't be satisfied with them alone. The peaks of the Tyrol, the majestic Grossglockner, the Puster Valley and the unique charm of the South Tyrol – there's no shortage of highlights.

The Dolomites Giro 2017 enables you to open the summer season in the Alps. While the date, late June, is early, we've got a good chance of warm days because most of our riding will be done to the south of the main line of the Alps. The start point, Innsbruck, is quick and easy to get to. And the passes we ride ought really to leave no wish unfulfilled: the top of the tour on the Grossglockner High Alpine Road, the classic Sellaronda, the famous Fedaia, the mythical Jaufen Pass.

The ingredients are ready for a top-class week of cycling.


Impressions


The Guides

Denny – The Laid-Back One

quäldich-Guide Denny

A loyal client for several years, prefers to ride in the relaxed group. Finally hired as a guide for 2017. His stomping ground is the unforgiving Brandenburger Plain around Berlin.

Klaus – The Saxon from Lago

quäldich-Guide Klaus Hoffmann

Since Klaus moved to Lago Maggiore for family reasons, he's been unstoppable on the bike. On his first Epic Climbs trip as a guide, he's definitely far more than a linguistic support for the team.

Olivier - eidgenössischer Bergspezialist

quäldich-Guide

Gute Laune, schnelle Beine, hohe Technikkompetenz. Mit diesen Voraussetzungen katapultiert sich Olivier in seinem ersten quäldich-Reisejahr an die Spitze des Guidepelotons für die Pyrenäenklassiker. High Potential!


Getting there

Our start hotel is located in the western outskirts of Innsbruck.

Cars may be left free of charge all week in the hotel car park.

From Germany, Northern or Western Europe via Ulm - Füssen - Fern Pass on Austria's A12 to the Innsbruck-Kranebitten exit. From Switzerland also via Feldkirch - Arlberg on Austria's A12.

From Central and Western Europe also via Munich or Salzburg - Kufstein on Austria's A12 to the Innsbruck-West exit.

We recommend you use our internal forum to organise car-sharing.

There are direct flights to Innsbruck Airport from many European airports.

From Germany there are frequent EC trains to Innsbruck (bikes are permitted). Possible need to change in Munich.


The Itinerary

Guided Bike Tour 22/06-29/06/2019

  • Saturday, 17th June 2017
    Travel to Innsbruck. Evening meal in the hotel at 8pm.
  • Sunday, 18th June 2017
    Start of first stage (Innsbruck - Mittersill) at 9am.
  • Monday, 19th June 2017
    Second stage Mittersill - Lienz
  • Tuesday, 20th June 2017
    Third stage Lienz - Cortina d'Ampezzo
  • Wednesday, 21st June 2017
    Fourth stage Cortina d'Ampezzo - Canazei

  • Thursday, 22nd June 2017
    Fifth stage, loop from Canazei
  • Friday, 23rd June 2017
    Sixth stage Canazei - Meran
  • Saturday, 24th June 2017
    Seventh stage Meran - Innsbruck. Arrive there between 2pm and 4pm. Then depart (or stay another night)
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