Bike Park & Flow trails in Selva di Val Gardena - South Tyrol

New and unspoiled trails, the Dantercepies cable car within easy reach and the amazing landscape of the Dolomites as far as the eye can see - an ideal mountain bike destination

2 flow trails that will make any biker’s day! Both trails consist of a 1.6 km easy line, making it a blast for children and adults alike. Thanks to the Dantercepies lift facility and the Cir chairlift, both trails can be easily reached as many times as you like. Nothing will get in the way of your fun day out! ENJOY THE FLOW RIDE!

+DANTER BIKE: Dolomites Flow!

Finally: the Sellaronda gets some real curves and bends!
New trails are being planned and built as we speak across all of Dantercepies. A guaranteed fun experience for bikers of every level, from beginners and advanced cyclists to true experts!

+Cir flow trail

A sequence of bumps, steep curves and north shore, giving the right rhythm to almost never use the brakes. The bravest bikers, get even the chance to do jumps in some passages. The path wends its way through the landscape between Dantercepies, reachable by cablecar from Selva or thru the cablecar of Plans Frara, and the passo Gardena 2120mt. Once reached the end, the trail can be repeated using the Cir chairlift, or you can continue to Selva or Corvara. Maximum steepness: 8%.

+Berry line

A flowy „natural trail“ starting at the mount station of Dantercepies: the trail starts with a number of bumps, giving a sort of pump-track feeling. Then the Berry Line continues with numerous steep curves and a lot of flow-fun. The connection between intermediate and mount stagion of the Dantercepies cablecar, gives the chance to repeat the trail as often as you want.

+Prices
Ticket Adult Reductions* Baby**
3 hours 26 € 20 € free
Super Summer Card Adult Reductions* Baby**
Day ticket 46 € -30% free
Subscription card 3 days on 4 107 € -30% free
Subscription card 5 days on 7 143 € -30% free

*Children up to 15 years, born after 01.06.2002
**Children up to 7 years, born after 01.06.2010