3d Hero Dolomites
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Ortisei, Selva Val Gardena, and S. Cristina are Val Gardena’s three villages. These charming and picturesque locations boast amazing restaurants and shops where you can purchase local artisanal products or food and beverages. As if that were not enough, this tourist paradise will also win you over for its different cultural events, concerts, and a lot, lor more. Val Gardena is also an Eldorado for outdoor sports enthusiasts and tourists who want to explore nature. Holiday-goers can make the most of the network of hiking trails – featuring different levels of difficulty – and a network of biking trails surrounded by unique and breathtakingly beautiful landscapes before the majestic Dolomites.
South Tyrol is a land rich in history, culture, and traditions. Unique experiences, unique landscapes, unique everything – and unlike anything else in the world. Vast swathes of green meadows and forests framed by the imposing peaks of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The HERO’s success is also due to this unique region, envied for its beauty all over the world – and that is why it is so important to protect it. South Tyrol is a destination which, during summer, offers something for everyone: trekking, cycling, mountain biking, traditions, folklore, and culture. An offer which is as green and sustainable as it gets. The tourist destinations of Val Gardena, Alta Badia, Arabba, Val di Fassa and Alpe di Siusi are beautiful areas boasting excellent services and the ideal location for outdoors activities. Tourists can make the most of different sports and disciplines varying in difficulty while always being surrounded by the stunning and unique natural landscapes stretching out before the majestic and imposing mountain summits.
This 2021 BMW HERO Südtirol Dolomites has been without a shadow of doubt the toughest HERO ever: the specific moment in time we are living and all the limitations we are experiencing have surely made the organisation a challenge. And that is why we want to thank whoever has helped us in these long months of preparations. You are people we trust. And you believe in the HERO – your feelings of affection are reciprocal and reciprocated. A big vote of thanks goes to our over 500 volunteers who every year pull out all the stops in the runup to the race to ensure the toughest mountain bike marathon in the world takes place.
Way back on 26 June 2010, when the world’s toughest mountain bike marathon was first staged, ten years seemed a lifetime but here we are ready to celebrate those ten years of sporting endeavour, where passion, dedication and the will to enjoy and challenge oneself in this magnificent mountain scenario have left a firm and favourable impression on the mountains themselves.Read more