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Go Mountain Biking in the Dolomites

Sassolungo in The Dolomites. Italy

How about mountain biking in the Dolomites? Here’s a video which will give you a taster of what mountain bikers can expect in this stunningly beautiful area of Italy. Then there are some links to where you can find out more and even get some augmented reality apps for your smartphone too.

Italy’s Dolomites have a reputation for in Italy and beyond for beauty in both winter and summer. What is a paradise for skiiers and snowboarders in winter transforms into an massive adventure playground for lovers of the great outdoors in summer, and especially for anyone thinking about going mountain biking in the Dolomites.

As promised, here’s a video showing off mountain biking in Dolomites. You’ll find plenty of trails and some downhills to die for too!

Mountain biking in the Dolomites

[youtube width=”550″ height=”469″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFLgOFOSGIY[/youtube]

You might want to stop and take a few photos while you are there too. Or just stop on the top of a mountain for a bite to eat while you admire the views. Views, like this:

Just one of many incredible views awaiting mountain bikers in Italy's Dolomites
Just one of many incredible views awaiting mountain bikers in Italy’s Dolomites
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If you like the idea of spending some time in the Dolomites, mountain biking, hiking, or simply touring the area, check out the Dolomiti Super Summer website for lots more info on MTB trails and more: Dolomiti Super Summer– cycling trails.

To keep up to date with tourism in the Dolomites, click here to subscribe to the Dolomiti Super Summer newsletter.

iPhone owners might like to check out the Dolomiti Super Summer AR app – it’s an Augmented Reality app, but you’ll need to be in the area for it to work. Don’t worry Android people, you can find your very own Augmented Reality Dolomiti Super Summer AR app on Google Play. The app will help you identify the surrounding mountains and view lift facilities too.

I guess you’ll just have to go to mountain biking in the Dolomites to see how well the AR app works 😉


Photo of Sassolungo in the Dolomites by Roberto Ferrari

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