In the summer the Tonale Pass is a particularly attractive destination as well, especially for lovers of cycling.
The Adamello Bike Arena offers 18 mountain bike paths of lengths varying from 7 to 75 km for a total of 500 km; all of the itineraries are divided by their degree of difficulty (blue, red, black, like for the ski slopes) and are downloadable online in a format supported by most GPS navigators.
If you don't have a GPS navigator there's nothing to worry about, all of the paths are clearly marked by a network of signs that make it impossible to mistake the way back.
The paths run through our untouched valleys and through the Stelvio, Adamello and Adamello-Brenta national parks, they often lead to places that were sites of battles in the “White War” fought in the Alps during World War I, thus enriching your rides with a bit of history and culture.
Paths, forests routes and simple mule tracks will take you through woods, pastures, and wonderful mountain landscapes to make you discover the summer magic of our lands.
There is plenty to marvel at for lovers of road biking, our destination is in fact at the center of a network of roads that unites the most famous mountain passes, the location of innumerable Tours of Italy.
Among the principal rises we'd like to highlight are the Tonale itself, the Gavia, Mortirolo, Stelvio, the Campo Carlo Magno Pass, the Mendola, Palade and many others, all easily reached by bicycle, bus or train; the Dolomiti Express is in fact a train specifically equipped from transporting bikes which runs from the Solandro Valley until Mezzana-Marilleva.