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The Rosetta plateau near San Martino di Castrozza is one of the most impressive landscapes of the Dolomites and one of the few possibilities for mountainbikers to ride directly through the typical Dolomite rock faces. All in all, the route is one of the best you can do by MTB in the Dolomites.
The tour starts in the village square of Canale d'Agordo at the foot of the Passo di San Pellegrino. At the beginning you roll on gravel roads along the river Biois to Falcade and from there you take the gondola up to Le Buse. This makes the ascent up to the Passo Valles easier, which in principle could also be done by oneself. At the top of the pass, the crunchy part of the ascent follows: a pushing section up to the Forcella Venegia. The first trail descent of the day is on the agenda – a varied, fast, sometimes tricky path against a magnificent backdrop. It ends at a gravel road that now leads up to the Baita Segantini. This rifugio is a very popular excursion destination from Passo Rolle – which is why the short descent must be made on the gravel road. The trail variant would be first class, but with a bike ban. After the Passo Rolle there are trails again. These always lead near the road down to San Martino di Castrozza, where the next gondola ride is due. This time up to the Rosetta mountain station. Now you are in the huge, rocky plateau surrounded by jagged Dolomite peaks – a phenomenal scenery! The bike route leads through the middle of the plateau, partly as a singletrail, then at times a little wider. Once even a short counter-ascent is necessary in order to steer down into Valle delle Comelle. At the timber line you leave the stone desert, the serpentine path is particularly demanding in the first part. The further down one gets, the more fluid as the path. Finally, one steers on a supertrail down to the Capanna Cima Comelle. The section from the Rosetta mountain station to here is one of the best biking routes in the Dolomites. The return journey through the Valle delle Comelle leads along a gravel road on the right bank of the mountain stream.
Canale d'Agordo – Falcade – Seilbahn Molino-Le Buse – Passo Valles – Forcella Venegia – Baita Segantini – Passo Rolle – San Martino di Castrozza – Colverde – Rosetta – Rifugio Rosetta – Valga Malbona – Capanna Cima Comelle – Canale d'Agordo
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beschränkt tauglich für E-Mountainbikes
Rifugio Passo Valles
Capanna Cima Comelle
Molino (Falcade) – Le Buse
San Martino – Colverde
Colverde – Rosetta