Sustainability will be at the centre of the 2022 HERO. Travel to the HERO by opting for green transportation where possible to contribute to the event’s green goals.
Directions to Selva di Val Gardena.
Please help us in organizing this event as sustainable as possible! Therefore, decide upon an ecofriendly journey!
This combination is the greenest out there and will get you to Selva di Val Gardena, unless, due to your location, you have to take additional means of transport. What about your mountain bike? SHIP TO CYCLE will pick up your mountain bike from your home address and deliver it to your hotel in Val Gardena.
How? Follow these steps:
1. Pack your mountain bake safely and securely to protect it in case of a bumpy ride. Ship to Cycle will provide information regarding measurements and size to plan accordingly.
2. Book pick-up, transport, and delivery of your packed mountain bike at www.shiptocycle.com
3. Purchase your train ticket in Italy at www.trenitalia.com and change at Bolzano or Bressanone train station
4. Book your bus transfer to Selva di Val Gardena at www.altoadigetransfer.com
Your mountain bike will be at the hotel when you arrive. You’ll have to repeat the relevant steps when you return home and send your bike back.
You can, of course, take your mountain bike with you on trains and buses. However, as every train has different rules regarding bicycle transport, we recommend you read up on them at the following links:
Book your bus transfer at www.altoadigetransfer.com for guaranteed bike transport.
While being the most used means of transport, we ask you to opt for hybrid or e-cars or make use of car sharing – surely someone will be more than happy to transport your mountain bike on their car!
You can reach Val Gardena on the Brennero motorway (A22) and taking the Chiusa – Val Gardena exit. Follow the directions and, after 20 minutes, you’ll reach Ortisei, followed by S.Cristina and, finally, Selva di Val Gardena.
Alternative route: reach Selva di Val Gardena from Passo Gardena, i.e. from Alta Badia, or from Passo Sella, i.e. from Val di Fassa.
Connections to/from Bolzano airport have been increasing in the last year. The airport now caters to northern Europe (Düsseldorf, Berlin, etc.) and southern Italy (Catania, Brindisi, etc.) – visit www.bolzanoairport.it to find out more. We recommend using the SHIP TO CYCLE service described above.
Sometimes you’ve got no other choice but to fly to reach the HERO. You can still fly and then opt for a train + bus combination as soon as you land. The closest airports to South Tyrol are:
Milano Linate www.milanolinate-airport.com
Milano Malpensa www.milanomalpensa-airport.com