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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. 

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