VAL DI SOLE BIKE PARK
Open from the 2nd to the 5th of June and from the 11th of June until the 25th of September
Fun on 2 wheels, on the trails in the Commezzadura Bike Park.
It has 3 trails of varying levels of difficulty, all accessible thanks to the handy, fast 8-seater Daolasa Val Mastellina cable car. As well as the famous World Cup trail where the bikers from all over the globe compete every year, fun is guaranteed for keen riders on their bikes thanks to recently created new-concept trails.
North-shore sections, jumps, doubles, berms, rock gardens and all the characteristics in pure Val di Sole style are the ingredients that go to make up the Val di Sole Bike Park.
A variety of difficulty levels for three trails in addition to the famous World Cup trail, the Black Snake, where the best riders compete every year. Hurtle without braking down the Golden Eagle trail with its completely redesigned lines. The Wild Grizzly and White Wolf trails are both medium difficulty. North-shore sections, jumps, doubles, berms, rock gardens: everything you need for downhill thrills in pure Val di Sole style!
And last but not least, in the valley the Bike Park also includes a Four Cross trail, which has the title of world champion assigned in no fewer than 6 editions of specialities: here you get to have fun on bumps, berms and rock gardens.
A downhill plunge of 1,261 metres, from 2,039 metres asl into the valley bottom, along Val Meledrio. The La Preda Trail is a classic single track, totally natural and a definite must-try.
All downhill, this difficult, fun single track starts from the top station of the Daolasa-Val Mastellina cable car and ends in Daolasa, passing through the wooded slopes of Folgarida and Costa Rotian. Roots and rocks are the obstacles to tackle on the way back down to the valley.
Free-for-all fun on a trail that has assigned the coveted title of World Champion in no fewer than 6 editions?
With jumps, berms and various other obstacles, fun and adrenaline are guaranteed over the 600 m of the Four Cross trail in Daolasa-Commezzadura!
Access to this trail is free for all.