Fassa Bike Park
8 lines entirely man-made in the heart of Fassa Dolomites
Stretching across both sides of the Belvedere area, the bike park is assisted by fast cable cars and chairlifts.
The variety of trails suits both beginners and expert riders who can put their endurance to the test on the black trail featuring different types of obstacles like north shores, jumps, drop offs and flow lines.
● Fredarola – length 1,95 km – elevation 2400m – vertical drop 263m - green
A fully artificial trail featuring flow lines, berms and rollers. Twisting down the mountain side from rifugio Fradrola to rifugio Fodom, the trail caters for all levels of riders.
■ Infinity – length 5,3 km – elevation 2240m – vertical drop 610m - blue
This endure-style trail connects Passo Pordoi to the town of Canazei along more than 5 km of natural terrain and manmade features through the surrounding woods. It presents some particularly fast sections along the ski slope and few structures similar to north shores.
● The Col - length 0,8 km – elevation 2230m – vertical drop 100m – green
The trail starts at Passo Pordoi and ends near the Fodom mountain hut. Suitable for all levels, it presents a series of berms and rollers with few north shore- style structures.
● All Fever – length 2,0 km – elevation 2090m – vertical drop 240m – green
An easy trail from the Fodom mountain hut to Pont de Vauz featuring a fresh style of flow with table-tops and changing gradients suitable for all riders.
■ Double U – length 2,7 km – elevation 2360m – vertical drop 440m– blue
A very fast trail that follows a series of natural berms across the Belvedere meadows, then descends into the Gardeccia valley to disappear through the woods ending at Pecol. The trail boasts one the most spectacular panorama of the Dolomites spanning from the Marmolada glacier in the background, across the Sasso Lungo, the Sella range on the right and the splendid Val di Fassa on the left.
■ 4X – length 0,6 km – elevation 2120 m – vertical drop 166m - blue
Dedicated to the four-cross discipline, this trail is 2 metre wide and entirely excavated in the ground with a great range of jumps, whoops and berms.
♦ Electric Line – length 2,5 km – elevation 1930 m – vertical drop 480m – black
Following an intricate route, the first section of the trail retraces an old ski slope while the second part cuts through the woods to reach the town of Canazei. With tricky gradient changes and off-camber turns, this is a fast, steep and technical trail with more than 15 boardwalks nearly 300 meter long overall.
♦ 9.90 – length 1,5 km – elevation 1930 m – vertical drop 230m – black
Completely manmade, the trail leads to the town presenting challenging sections, tight corners and technical features. The second part joins a north shore line.
Lift systems serving the bike park: 8
Daily Bike Park: €31 U16: 22€
Half-Day: 25€ U16: 18€
2 days: 52€ U16: 38€
From June to September
Times: 8:30 – 17:30
Pump Track & Skill Area:
Near Canazei, close to the ski lift and the cycling track, there’s a well-equipped a pump truck and skill area
End of the ride pub stop:
End the day with a hard-earned beer at bar OMA! Located near the town centre, via Dolomites, 175, 38032 Canazei TN.
Via del Piz, 15, 38032 Canazei TN
Tel: +39 0462 601656 – Mail: email@example.com
Via Streda De Pareda, 29, 38032 Canazei TN
Tel: +39 0462 602447 – Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bike Wash: 2
At the intermediate area Pecol, you will find a eco bike wash complete with recycling facilities for cleaning products and lubricants.
Strèda de Parèda, 60 – 38032 Canazei (TN)
Tel: +39 0462 601722 - Mail: email@example.com
In the area, there are several accommodations catering for riders. Contact the local tourist office (APT) for more information.
Local Tourist Office APT:
APT Val di Fassa
Strèda Roma, 36 I – 38032 Canazei (TN)
Tel: +39 0462 609500