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Dolomites on a motorcycle: Pordoi Pass

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Discover the breathtaking Passo Pordoi, an essential stopover for two-wheeled enthusiasts in the heart of the majestic Dolomites. Rising to 2,239 metres, it is the second highest road in Italy, offering an exceptional itinerary for bikers and cyclists.

Connecting Canazei in the Val di Fassa to Arabba, this road features a succession of bends and hairpins that will challenge you without being overly complex. The scenery around you is nothing short of spectacular, with towering peaks framing your path, punctuated by numerous rest points for capturing memorable photos and videos.

However, in summer this beauty attracts tourists from all over the world, as well as cyclists and mountaineers, resulting in heavy traffic that can make the road less fluid. For a more leisurely experience, consider visiting out of season, early in the morning or late in the day, when the Dolomite peaks are ablaze with colour and magical light.

The Passo Pordoi cable car is a must, offering breathtaking views from the peaks of the "Sassi". As you explore this area, don't miss the war memorial and cemetery on Sasso Pordoi, witness to the violent clashes of the First World War, home to more than 9,000 fallen soldiers.

As well as the Passo Pordoi, explore other notable passes in the region such as the Passo Fedaia, Passo Sella, Passo Giau, and many more, between Alto Adige and Veneto. This is an adventure full of memorable discoveries in the heart of the Dolomites.

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