Come play in the Dolomites—a wonderland of green meadows and really massive massifs. Traffic-free bike paths keep the pedaling carefree. And cool diversions, like a ropes course and rafting, keep the fun flowing. Six super days. Pure alpine excitement. In an epic playground where your family is welcomed
1 Begin with a pleasant ride in the East Tyrol region of Austria, near the Italian border and in the realm of the Dolomites and Austria's tallest peak, the Grossglockner | Pedal past meadows and woodland to Lienz, a quintessential Austrian village ringed by dramatic spires.
2-3 The youngsters test their agility on an exhilarating ropes course | Explore medieval Brunico, a delightful town for shopping, strolling and people watching | Discover tasty mountain cuisine, from creamy polenta to delectable apple strudel | The Aurina Valley greets you with majestic vistas of the snow-covered Zillertal range | Kids make a splash rafting on the Aurina River | A fun-filled pizza outing awaits the young ones while grown-ups savor a gourmet meal and fine local wines.
4 Explore hidden valleys and storybook villages framed by magnificent limestone peaks | Following peaceful cycling routes, make your way through the undulating vineyards and orchards of the South Tyrol wine region | In Bolzano, visit the South Tyrol Archaeology Museum, the home of Ötzi the Iceman, one of the world's best-preserved mummies.
5-6 Ride in the glorious Rendena Valley, flanked by the distant peaks of the Brenta Dolomites | Taste wonderful regional wines, including vernatsch, lagrein and gewürztraminer | Head out for one final family bike ride in Madonna di Campiglio.