Brenta Bike Park

Stunning panorama spanning 360 degrees from the Brenta Group to the Adamello and the Presanella

Set atop Doss del Sabion at 2100m of altitude, Brenta Bike Park expands across a network of trails rolling down to Prà Rodont at 1500m. Sfulmini, Tosa, Vallon and Prato Fiorito are the gripping bike trails recalling the names of the spectacular Brenta Dolomites peaks.

This year, on September 9th, the bike park will host the final stage of the National Downhill Series. This much-anticipated event is set to see a Top Class Downhill race and an equally exciting end of season celebration.


Trails: see key words and technical descriptions

 Sfulmini – length 3,5 km – elevation 2100 m – vertical drop 586m – black
This is a spectacular freeride trail, essentially a DH super flow alternating compacted ground and raw terrain: berms, natural and manmade jumps, drop offs and north shores spread along a rooty and rocky trail bed complete with off-camber sections. Heaven for lovers of technical terrain who will particularly enjoy the 3 meter tall wall-ride soaring against the Brenta Dolomites in the backdrop.

Tosa – length 2,5 km –starting point 1975 m – vertical drop 462 metri – red
Probably the most fun-packed trail of the Brenta Bike Park, this intermediate track is home to a sequence of parabolic turns that will keep you busy maintaining the pace especially along the mid-section canyon. Taking advantage of the birds-eye view from the chairlift, you will get an idea of what you can expect. Thanks to a chain of drop & take offs and table-tops, ranging in difficulty and sizes, the trail is ideal for lovers of non-stop riding seeking the thrill of speed but also for those looking to improve their skills on jumps.

♦ Vallon – length 0,7 km – elevation 1880 m – vertical drop 152m– black
Regarded as one of the most difficult, this trail mixes flow and natural terrain. Setting it apart from the rest, are the sharp gradients and vertical drops, therefore it is not recommended for beginners. Technical competence and high levels of bike control are necessary to make it through this course and, most of all, to fully enjoy the ride.

■ Prato fioritolength 0,7 km – elevation 1880 m – vertical drop 152m – blue
A moderate downhill track suitable for first-timers and one to begin with before moving onto more challenging ones. The trail follows the ski slope and is clearly signposted which helps keeping within the boundaries. It features a series of wooden boardwalks and gentle gradients, ideal to grasp the basics of this sport.


Lift systems operating: 2 Pinzolo-Prà Rodont 6-seat cable car and Prà Rodont-Doss del Sabion 4-seat chairlift. The latter only reaches the top of Doss del Sabion where the trails start.

Bike Pass:
Daily: 29€
2 days: 45€
3 days: 54€
Discounts apply to children and teens pass ( under 18?)

Opening times:
Season:
From June to September
http://www.doss.to/biglietterie/biglietti


Pump Track & Skill Area:
Not available at this bike park

End of the ride pub stop:
End the day with a hard-earned beer at PUB 33, located near the start of the Santel chairlift.


FACILITIES

Instructors and Local Guides:
Brenta Bike Rent in Prà Rodont
http://www.brentabikerent.com/

Equipment Hire:
Brenta Bike Rent in Prà Rodont
http://www.brentabikerent.com/
 

Bike Wash: 2
Near the hire shop Brenta Bike Rent
Near the start of the Pinzolo-Prà Rodont cable car

Campervan Area:
Camping Parco Adamello (in Carisolo, 1.8 km from the ski lifts)
http://www.campingparcoadamello.it/


Bike Hotels:
In the area, there are several accommodations catering for riders. Contact the local tourist office (APT) for more information.
https://www.campigliodolomiti.it/lang/IT/pagine/dettaglio/offerte_e_club_hotel,141/bikeland_hotel,1385.html


CONTACTS

Local Tourist Office APT:
Azienda per il Turismo S.p.A. Madonna di Campiglio Pinzolo Val Rendena
Tel: +39 0465 501007 – Mail: info@campigliodolomiti.it
https://www.campigliodolomiti.it/lang/IT/pagine/dettaglio/mappe_e_itinerari_bike,124/brenta_bike_park,1031.html - zc=15,10.80643,46.16741

 

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