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Electric Mountain Biking in the Dolomites

Dolomites biking
Rifugio Lagazuoi

Join a member of the Azimut Montagne team for an unforgettable electric mountain bike adventure in the impressive Dolomites in Italy.


Dolomite Mountains

6 Days

Jul - Sep

Open To Everyone

All Levels


* Enjoy the stunning views of the Dolomites.

* Explore the Italian culture, cuisine and hospitality.

* Ride along the impressive Italian mountains.


Discover the impressive Dolomites on the border between Italy and Austria. Join me for an incredible week riding an electric mountain bike through these amazing valleys.

Over the course of 6 days, we'll explore the beautiful and iconic area of Cinque Torri, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Canazei, Ronda Sella massif, and more. We'll also enjoy local cuisine and comfortable hotels and huts. All while having fun on an electric mountain bike!

You can review the itinerary below for a more detailed description of what we’ll be doing each day, though it may change depending on the group's level. The itinerary can also be modified to  suit your preferences and needs. For those of you looking for a shorter trip, we can finish the adventure after day 4.

All skill levels are welcome for this trip. However, you will need a good fitness level. Our longest riding day covers 57 kilometers, but the other ones are easier. The routes are not that steep and I will help you gain confidence with each passing day.

Ready for an incredible adventure? Then book your trip now and join me to explore the beautiful Dolomites!

If you love outdoor adventures as much as I do, you can also follow me off piste skiing in Maurienne or hiking in Selvaggio Blu.

Price includes

- Accommodation included

- Guiding fee

- Breakfast

- Dinner

Price details

Price per person for groups of 5-8 people. Price includes return transfer. Price does not include transport to the start of the trip, personal insurance, personal expenses or rental of equipment.


Day 1: Get together & hit the road for the Dolomites for great biking

This journey is the chance to get to know your guide and the rest of the group. Upon arrival in the Dolomites, you’ll have itchy feet and want to get on your bikes
 no worries ! It’s time to “let the dogs loose”: pedal, stretch your legs, take in all this beautiful scenery – approx. 10 km e-biking to get into it, the guide will assess the different levels of the team members and will enable to tune in the program for the coming days. The setting from Latemar to Lago di Carezza is absolutely gorgeous. Cortina will be our basecamp for the two following nights.

Ascent/descent: + 260 m to + 600 m/- 260 to – 600 m

Distance: 10 – 20 km

Meal included: dinner

Accommodation included: night in hotel

Day 2: Mountain biking in Misurina

Picnic at Misurina lake, magnificent ! From there we climb up to the Auronzo mountain hut at the foot of the fabulous Tre Cime di Lavaredo. These are the most famous Dolomite rock formations, fully deserved ! Several descents are possible depending on conditions, your shape and the guide’s mood 😉

Ascent/descent: + 1450 m/- 1450 m (more is always possible)

Distance: 37 km (or more if wished)

Meals included: breakfast, dinner

Accommodation included: night in a hotel

Day 3: Let's go searching Cortina's best trails

Departure with the minibus via the magnificent road that crosses the PordoĂŻ and Flazarego mountain passes. We descend towards Cortina and start an easy ride near Pocol. Climb to the Federa lake. There we have a break, take in the scenery, make the most of it, read our book, have a cup of coffee at the Croda da lago mountain hut. Then we climb up to the Cinque Torri or Scoiattoli hut, situated beneath the magnificent Cinque Torri, world famous for rockclimbing. Stunning view over the Tofane.

Ascent/descent: + 1000 m to + 1900 m/- 540 m (more is possible)

Distance: 12 – 30 km (more is possible)

It’s possible to have a break at this stage, if some participants need or wish to have a rest.

Meals included: breakfast, dinner

Accommodation included: comfortable night in a mountain hut

Day 4: E-biking the Passo Falzarego and the legendary Lagazuoi

We descend the valley and ride up the Falzarego mountain pass. We take the ski lift up to the famous Lagazuoi hut (2752 m – it’s possible to organise this for the previous day depending on the weather). Stunning view. Descent to our accomodation in Cortina and afternoon off or mountain biking trip. The rest of the day is open and up to you.

Ascent/descent: + 800 m (or 600 m with Lagazuoi cable car option)/- 900 m (or more)

Distance: 20 km (or more)

Meals included: breakfast, dinner

Accommodation included: night in a hotel

Day 5: Departure on our mountain bikes: a trip around the Ronda Sella & to explore Alta Badia

This is the longest day on this e-biking trip in the Dolomites, simple because it’s the most beautiful trip round the Sella range. This alone is a trip in itself. An awesome day’s e-biking in the different valleys with different cultures: this is definitely not to be missed !

Ascent/descent: + 3500 m (incl. 3060 m by cable car)/- 3500 m (or more)

Distance: 57 km (more possible)

Meals included: breakfast, dinner

Accommodation included: night in hotel

Day 6: E-bike - early morning ride

For the last day of this e-biking course for experienced mountain bikers in the Dolomites: a short bike ride (2 hrs), for those who wish, to Passo Posporcora. Then back on the road to France.

Ascent/descent: + 570 m/- 570 m (or more)

Distance: 16 km (more possible)

Meals included: breakfast



More info

Make sure to bring:

  • Semi-rigid electric mountain bike, with platform pedals
  • Repair equipment punctures, adjustments + brake pads adapted to your bike
  • Backpack: capacity 20-25 liters max
  • Helmet and glasses mandatory
  • MTB gloves
  • Knee and elbow protections
  • Flat-bottomed hiking shoes
  • Warm and comfortable clothes (I can provide you with a list of clothing if you need). If you don't have the equipment, I can help you rent it.

Meeting point

Briançon - in front of the SNCF train station, Oulx-Cesana - TGV station, Milan Bergamo Airport or Carezza.

About the guide

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Mountain Guide

We enjoy very much discovering and rediscovering the most beautiful spots in the world, in the Ecrins mountain range but also all around the planet.

Together with the guides in the team, we will share with you unique moments and an amazing journey. From les Ecrins to Chile, from Morocco to Greenland, from Les Gorges du Verdon to Japan, from Italy to Norway
 tons of destinations offering all types of mountain activities, different every season. It makes us so happy when I can share them with my friends and clients.


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What people are saying about Azimut



Awesome experience, knocked another item from my bucket list.



Well organised trip with excellent guides and admin support Highly recommend 😊



The Guide did not even know I'am on splitboard. Everyone else was on skis, I was the only one on board. Guide has no experience on board, so the daily trips was designed for skiers, not borders. I would like to know which company is responsible putting me in a ski group, Azimut or Explore-Share? If you don't know the difference between what is doable with skis and splitboards, you would not sell trips for splitboarders! In the only day I could enjoy somehow, I did very hard time to stay on my feet on icy steeps, because I should have had a crampon, but I did not have it, because the list of necessary equipment does not mention it. All the skiers had one. The guide anyway did what he could to help me, all the respect for Rafael. But the whole trip was a fuckup for me that way. I really want to know who is responsible!?



the trip did not correspond program description which forced me to leave on the second day, with huge financial losses. the guide checked and confirmed ny capabilities to ski - indeed after it was failed off road asked me to make a decission to give up. When I asked the agency to organize a transfer at least back to the meeting point (from the middle of nowhere) they pretended they can't do it (indeed, it was included to the program...) the worst every trip in my life. And explore and share instead of any invistigation simply did not care.



Had a great trip. Unfortunately the guide was not fluent in English as written in the description. That is something that could lead to a very tricky situation if there would‘ve been a dangerous situation. The selection of the group by azimut was not the best as at least one person was physically not capable of doing this trip. However, the service by explore-share was great!

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