A smoother way to tour Trentino
Our paved cycle paths are safe, physically undemanding and - above all - beautiful
We think cycling should be fun, whatever your age or fitness level. So we’ve developed a 400km network of easy-riding cycle paths to help everyone explore Trentino.
There are ten principal routes, each of which allows you to explore an area in detail: from the famous wine-producing villages of the south, to the towering Dolomite cliffs of the Val di Fiemme and Val di Fassa. All are signposted, with information on the local ecology, history and culture, as well as details of the degree of difficulty that lies ahead. On several routes, we’ve also built bicigrills – dedicated rest areas for cyclists, offering refreshments, information, and even essential bike maintenance.
The longest path – the Valle dell’Adige – runs for 82km (and through just 100 vertical metres): but most are designed for an easy day of family fun, away from other traffic. Other favourites include the 80km Valsugana path to Bassano del Grappa, and the Val di Non and Val di Sole routes, which run alongside the river Noce and climb to the Val di Pejo, at 1160m. If that sounds like hard work, don’t worry. You can cut out the most strenuous part of the ride by taking your bike on the Dolomiti Express train between Mostizzolo and Marilleva.