Situated in a northern corner of Italy, hugging the Swiss border, Stelvio National Park boasts plenty of incredible mountain biking opportunities Head over to neighboring Swiss National Park and for an international experience too!
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Sprawling over 134,620 hectares (332,650 acres), Stelvio National Park boasts plenty of incredible mountain biking trails.
Among the most popular options is to go on a half-day ride from Vezza d’Oglio to the Plas de l’asen. This eclectic journey combines a little bit of everything from some epic descents to a bit of flight riding, perfect for sightseeing, and offers the opportunity to visit various cultural sites and towns along the way.
Following sections of the 80-kilometre (50-mile) Via Claudia Augusta is also quite popular. This trail follows the Adage River and is mostly flat, with some gentle up and downhills, but provides plenty of incredible views of people interested in seeing some of the park’s natural beauty. It is the perfect activity for families.
During the summer, average daily temperatures in Stelvio National Park hover around 10 ºC (50 ºF). Rain is also infrequent during the summer, with an average of 7 to 8 days of rain per month.
Any trip to Stelvio National Park is likely to begin with a flight into Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP). From here, it is easiest to rent a car and make the 3 hour drive to the national park. It is also possible to take a direct bus to the town of Bormio, on the park’s outskirts.
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