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E-Biking Enduro trip on the Dolomites mythical singles

6 days from 1065 € per participant

Guaranteed departure from 5 people

Italie Montagne Maximum altitude 2752 m Skill level : 3 Montagne Stamina level : 2 Montagne Direct train from Paris


- Comfy accommodation including one night in a mountain hut, closer to the "Cime"

- Italian gastronomy and hospitality to recover from hard e-biking days

- Magnificent scenery and single trails, unique in the world

- Good overview of the entire mountain range, so little known yet so majestic

- Heaps of technical advice that will help you be more at ease


In a nutshell

How about entering in a movie setting and sit proudly astride your bike looking for the best singles in the Dolomites, your snout and ears flapping in the wind like an English setter ? Here you go, this trip is for you. A mountain range and scenery simply unique in the world ! "Tofane", "Tre Cime" or "Cinque Torri" are the names of the dizzying limestone towers that stand high up in gentle green sunny valleys. So what about the biking ? Everything just is so Dolomythical: technical, edgy, others easy riding... such varied terrain, you'll definitely have the time of your life on your e-bike.

There's more about it than that ? Really ? For sure: the Italian way of life is well present but the Austrian isn't far away, we retrieve this cultural mix in the food, the language as well as in the architecture.

Let's face it: we love the Dolomites, winter and summer. In the summer, e-biking is the best way to make the most of this area and tickle emblematic summits or pedal alongside the most beautiful lakes.

Just one drawback to biking in the Dolomites: you'll fall in love with this place !

Friends, family or just colleagues at work ?

You wish to customize one of our trips, among friends and at your own convenience ? No problem, contact us so we can adapt a trip to suit you, right down to the last detail ! Our trips are tailor-made so giving you what you want is as easy as 123.

  • Price (VAT inc)
  • 1115€ per participant
  • 1065€ per participant
  • 1065€ per participant
  • 1065€ per participant
  • 1065€ per participant

Day to day

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

This journey is the chance to get to known 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 hotel


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

Departure with the minibus via the magnificent road that crosses the Pordoï 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 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 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


Please note this itinerary is an example of a mountain biking trip and course in the Italian Dolomites and surroundings. The guide may adjust certain itineraries according to weather conditions, cable cars and mountain hut accessibilty as well as participants' abilities. We kindly ask you to respect such decision. 

In case practices and customs defined by the local authorities change, estimating the reasonable number of clients per guide, for safety reasons, Azimut respects these, even last minute, decisions and recommendations. Such cases are rare and mostly related to exceptional conditions in the mountains. Therefore some compensation may be requested from your side due to less participants per guide.

Meeting and leaving

Meeting points

  • Briançon in front of the Train Station

    See on the map

    Meeting time: 6:15 am
    Leaving time: in the evening
  • Oulx-Cesana (IT) - TGV train station

    See on the map

    Meeting time: 7 am
    Leaving time: in the evening
  • Milano Bergame Airport

    See on the map

    Meeting time: 11 am
    Leaving time: in the afternoon
  • See on the map

    Meeting time: 2 pm
    Leaving time: begining of the afternoon

Get together - practical information

Please wear your cycling clothes on day 1.

We always do our best, but can't guarantee the exact time of arrival at the train station (due to traffic or weather conditions). Therefore we strongly recommend you to buy train tickets that can easily be modified. If you're travelling by car, we'll meet you at one of the indicated meeting points, or at one of the drop off points where you'll be able to leave your car for the entire trip.


Make sure the train you plan to catch welcomes mountain bikes.

Car park

Public parking free of charge can be found in Briançon and Oulx (both unattended).

How technical does it get ? How fit should I be ?

Skill level ***

You should be at ease with long and demanding descents. You're able to deal with hairpin bends and tackle back-breaking inclines, master your brakes, hop over small tricky sections (tree roots, rocks, steps). Descents are often long and sustained (but progressive as the week goes on), sometimes steep, often technically demanding, sometimes exposed sections but rarely dangerous. You'll end being an expert rider or maybe even an ace in mountain biking skills !

Stamina level **

For keen and passionate mountain bikers or sporty people, who enjoy making efforts and regularly do an outdoor activity. We will ride on progressive 4x4 tracks and may encounter some steep sections. Expect ascents between + 600 m & + 1400 m approx per day, easily feasable on an e-mountain bike.

Good to know: if you don't have the skills and stamina required, the guide may ask you to leave the group for the well-being of the rest of the group. If any doubt, please do not hesitate to ask us !

Group size

5 to 8 participants


Azimut qualified mountain bike instructor & guide.

All our mountain bike guides are certified instructors. We choose them for their sympathy, their teaching and organisational skills. We stay tuned in, work hands in hands, and make sure their working conditions are the best.

Meet our guides and instructors just around the corner



Bring a small day pack large enough (for more detailed advice see gear section) to carry your personal belongings for the day such as (extra) layers, a few snacks, your picnic and a repair kit. All other personal gear not needed for the day will be transferred to our accommodation.

Shuttle service & assistance / Lifts

Ski lift fares are not included in the price, they are at your own expense and will be bought on site, that will enable us to remain flexible in case of bad weather. The cost is approx 60 € for this trip.



The price includes:

- Trip arrangements & organisation upon arrival

- Minibus transfers from/to one of the indicated meeting points to the departure of the trip

- Luggage transfers with our minibus and private driver

- Accomodation on half-board basis in a gîte

- Azimut mountain biking guide services for 6 days (including all his expenses: meals, accomodation and transportation)

- Azimut welcome pack


The price does not include:

- Your transportation to/from the meeting point 

- Gear rental if required

- Lunches so that the group chose together

- Ski lift fares

- Personal insurance

- Drinks (including those with meals at the hotel) and personal extras

- Any other expenses not mentioned under the above section “the price includes”


A 30% deposit, as well as the insurance cost if you choose to subscribe the latter, is required to secure your booking. You will receive a reminder email 35 days prior to departure for the outstanding balance that is due latest 30 days prior to departure. 


We strongly recommend you to be properly insured for the chosen activity. You should be covered for medical expenses, personal accident & liabilité, third party risks and rescue (helicopter), as well as trip cancellation or curtailment.

Repatriation and research insurance are mandatory when booking a trip with Azimut. We have a full range of insurances with our partner, on offer to suit the trip you select and the risks that it may incur (beware, such insurance only covers European citizens). 


Tipping is no obligation. However participants usually hand round an envelope for those who wish to tip the guide.

Getting around

Our minibus will be used to transport bicycles thoughout the entire trip from one spot to the next. Having our own minibus makes things easier, but it also makes it more pleasant and less binding: we can chat, take a nap and listen to our own music.

Accommodation & meals

Food & Accomodation during bike trips

Half board in a 3* hotel for 4 nights, in twin rooms with private toilet and bathroom, towels and sheets are provided. Depending on the size of group and avaibility, you may have a triple room.

- One night is spent in a mountain hut: bring a sleeping bag liner

- Single room supplement according to availability: 220 € 

- Breakfasts and dinners are served at the hotel or in the Cinque Torri hut

- Lunches are not included, to give flexibility to the group to chose a sandwish from a bakery or to go in a local restaurant to relax

- Snacks: details are important especially after such demanding physical effort ! To boost your energy we've chosen to provide mulebars, organic, vegan, digest and extremely nourishing quality-wise without preservatives, food colouring or additives.


Accomodation before & after bike trips

Once we've received your booking, we'll provide you with a list of accomodation in case you need to book accomodation before or after the trip. All accomodation on the list is close to the meeting points and you may often benefit from preferential rates.


Phone & WiFi

In case of emergency or delay, you can either contact your guide (a phone number will be provided before departure) or contact Azimut on: (+ 33) 04 92 23 07 24.

Please inform your friends and family with these details before departure.

Free Wifi is available in most places.

Mobile & 4G coverage can be unreliable.

Equipment - clothing & gear

Make sure to wear bright colours, it's good for the soul and give photos a funky edge !


Technical gear

- Mountain bike: all mountain type or enduro bike, with platform pedals or your own clip-in pedals (that we can mount on a rental bike)

- E-bikes: please remember to charge your battery for day 1

- Backpack with a 20-25 liter capacity max 

- Helmet & sunglasses are mandatory

- Mountain biking gloves (an extra pair of warm gloves can be useful)

- Knee and elbow protectors are highly recommended

- Low hiking shoes with flat soles, or your shoes for your clip-in pedals

- Repair kit including a set of brake pads (that match your brakes), a spare derailleur hanger, a quick link for your own chain, a pump, self adhesive patches, inner tubes with the right dimensions and anything else that may be specific to your bike.


If you don't have the adequate gear for this trip, don’t worry and travel light: we rent out the required gear and hand it over at the start of the trip ! Our equipment is relatively new, if not brand new, of good quality and adapted to your choice of activity.

Prices of rental gear during the entire trip (competitive prices as we only charge you for the number of days of use on the trip): 

Enduro Bike pack including repair kit and helmet - 6 days

390 € 

Important: all our bikes are thoroughly checked before each trip. You are liable for any damage to the bike.

Prices and bike brands may vary according to availabilities and trip levels.



This list of clothes is designed to give you an idea of clothes that it may be a good to have with you. By no means do you need to have the latest brands or the latest gear, but if you need to renew your wardrobe, this guide would be a good start. Prefer lightweight warm and comfortable clothing. This is not just a detail, it makes a hell of a difference ! 


- Sunglasses and glasses with clear lenses for forest sections and cloudy days (it's important to protect your eyes). Photochromic lenses adapt to light intensity and protection categories range from 1 to 3 or 2 to 4 to optimize visibility from shade to brightness. Very useful.

- A buff and/or thin beanie that you can put under your helmet if it's cold.


- Under layer: breathable long sleeved top as well as leggings to maintain heat. A tip: merino wool is breathable and has anti-bacterial properties and is therefore less likely to smell as opposed to synthetic fabrics. Have this in mind if you need to update your wardrobe.

- Outer layer: a light fleece jacket and/or a light hooded down jacket that you can put under a jacket that has a breathable waterproof membrane (soft shell type or Goretex), easy to slip on during a break. Make sure it's lightweight and compact so it doesn't take up too much space in your backpack

- Bottom layer: mountain biking shorts and leggings in case it gets cold

- Hands: light fleece or soft shell gloves, a pair of silk glove liners to go underneath, warm gloves with a breathable and waterproof membrane. 

- Swimming gear: it takes up such little space, it would be a shame not to bring it just in case. Avoid swimming shorts or bermudas, they are not usually allowed in pools or hot water springs baths. 

- Good to have: an extra t-shirt in your bike backpack, appreciated after a big sweat on an uphill ride).


- Bike socks: merino wool socks are breathable and have anti-bacterial properties and are less likely to smell as opposed to those made of synthetic fabrics. Remember this if you need to stock up.

- Slippers or crocs are recommended for evening wear.

Odds & ends

  • a 1 litre flask (Thermos or Camelback)
  • a pocket knife
  • duck tape
  • factor 50 suncream
  • a duffle bag holding up to 90 litres to leave at the gîte, avoid suitcases. 

Toiletries and first aid kit

- Personal toilet bag

- To make up your a first aid kit, check out the Ifremmont website. 


In partnership with

Our guides use the following brands for their gear and you'll have the opportunity to test them during the trip:

We are members of Entreprises du Voyage and APST.

And last but not least...

Don't forget to

  • Leave our contact details with your friends and family
  • Bring your papers and I.D. (passport and visa if necessary)
  • Bring your insurance contract number and documents (if you've chosen not to have insure coverage with us)
  • Bring your “carte vitale” or your European health card (for EU citizens) - if you don't have one you can order one for free online  www.ameli.fr
  • Check that you have the right equipment
  • Take spare batteries and a charger for your electronic devices such as camera, video recorder
  • Bring some cash and your credit card
  • Bring a delicacy from your home country or area to share with the group
  • Leave in a good frame of mind: we're going to have a great time even if we may not happen to not make it to the summit !
  • Before leaving: water the plants, empty the rubbish bin, turn off water and gas, and tell your partner that you're going to have a good time (please not by text message), that you've well deserved... If you don't follow the latter recommendation, you'll most probably kick yourself when you get back!


                 We look forward to seeing you very soon !

                            Have great rides with AZIMUT !