right-arrow placeholder flame ticket mission direction clock lightbulb way crown slumber punch tag coffee-cup download bicycle event shirt tools marketing open-book gym trophy reward diet economy cyclist profit auction agreement test

We are working on the improvements but you can already share your comments with us.

We zijn druk bezig met de verbeteringen maar ontvangen al wel graag je opmerkingen

About your next cycle friendly stay

Shared by: Hotel Ustaria Posta

As you’re a passionate cyclist, then you’re not just any guest at Ustaria Posta: you’re a cycling buddy who conquers the Sellaronda hairpins and those of other Dolomite passes soaked in sweat.

Because we’re also cyclists here at Ustaria Posta, you….and your two-wheeled “Loved One”… will feel right at home. There’s a bike garage for her to rest in, with tools to keep her looking and feeling her best!

A rich breakfast buffet and an ample terrace to sit down and relax after a day of being in the saddle await cyclists. And we guarantee there will be more food on your dinner plate than decoration! If your shorts and clothing accessories need a wash, then they’ll share a run with ours in the laundry machine.

What else do we like to share with you:

Because we are also passionate cyclist we have a side project that includes descriptions about routes and climbs. You can have a peak at www.cyclingdolomites.com

You can ride some Epic climbs in the Dolomites which are close to use like Passo Pordoi, Passo Giau, Passo Campolongo, Passo Gardena, Passo Sella, Passo Valparola or Passo Falzarego. So this is quite a list to keep your going for a couple of days. 

Your next ride

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The maximum upload file size: 50 MB.
You can upload: image, audio, video, document, spreadsheet, interactive, text, archive, code, other.
Links to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other services inserted in the comment text will be automatically embedded.

You may also like

Slow Killer
Col du Tourmalet
  • France
  • 2.115m
  • 18.5km

Col du Tourmalet (2.115m) is the highest paved climb in the French Pyrenees. Nicked named as the terrible mountain, this climb is a slow killer with a final punch at the end.

View item
Most feared
Alto de l’Angliru
  • Spain
  • 1.573m
  • 12.5km

The Alto de l’Angliru (1.573m) is one of the most feared and legendary climbs in cycling. The steepest part is 3km from the summit with a gradient of 23.6%. The organisation of the Vuelta a España had the desire to find climbs to rival those in the Tour de France...

View item
Monte Oiz
  • Spain
  • 1.026m
  • 8.2km

Monte Oiz (1.026m) is known for its half-asphalt, half-concrete surface and its irregular ramps. It rises 1.000 meters above the Basque Coastline, offering excellent views of the Bay of Biscay and the surrounding countryside from the top. A scenic challenge, as it’s one of the most popular summits of Biscay...

View item