Our refuge Ütia La Tambra is on the Campolongo Pass on the Sellaronda Circuit. This famous route that winds around the majestic Sella peaks can be travelled on a bike, a motorbike, by car or on skis, and crosses over the Campolongo, Sella, Pordoi and Gardena passes.
The Sellaronda by MTB: the four passes by bike
If you want to travel the Sellaronda on a mountain bike you have two routes to choose from: the clockwise trail, which is easier and suitable for everyone, or the anticlockwise trail, which is more challenging and suitable for more experienced and fitter cyclists. The first trail is 58km long with a gradient of 330m, while the second is 56km, with a gradient of over 1,020m. Tackling the Sellaronda on your bike will give you the satisfaction of some steep climbs, the adrenalin rush of some thrilling downhill runs, all the while enjoying the unique landscape with its breath-taking views.
The Sellaronda on skis
For keen skiers the Sellaronda provides a unique opportunity: a trail of some 40km to be travelled on skis, linked by various ski-lifts round the Sella peaks. The circuit includes pistes suitable for all levels of skill, immersed in the magical natural landscape of the Dolomites World Heritage Site.
The Sellaronda by motorbike or car
If you aren't particularly sporty or just love driving, you can enjoy all the delights of the Sellaronda by taking the tour of the 4 passes by car or motorbike. The Dolomite landscapes of the provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno unfold before your eyes at every turning, bend, ascent and descent.
A tasty break
On your voyage of discovery through the four Dolomite passes, you can't miss taking a tasty break sampling traditional local Ladin dishes or an excellent pizza. We'll be waiting for you at our refuge Ütia La Tambra for lunch, dinner or just an aperitif in the heart of the Dolomites.