If you have an MTB, you have a trail!
10 easy itineraries to pedal without too much effort
Have a nice breakfast, put on a windproof jacket, shorts and helmet because today we will take you to 8 special places, to see the Trentino valleys from a privileged perspective. Castles, villages and panoramic points: to get there, you need a mountain bike, a bottle full of water and some training.
These are not difficult routes, because we know that after the winter break your calves, quadriceps and adductors need to get used to the rhythm of pedalling again. This is why we have chosen 10 routes for everyone, to ride on your MTB.
Primiero Green Way Loop
This 20-km loop crosses the villages of Imer, Mezzano, one of Italy’s most beautiful villages, Fiera di Primiero and Siror without ever, or almost never, losing sight of the Pale di San di Martino. In addition to nature, the route takes you to the discovery of palaces, wooden exhibits, frescoes and fountains.
The resonance firs
The route winds on dirt roads inside the Paneveggio - Pale di San Martino Nature Park. The wood of spruces that grow in these forests, also called resonance firs, is used for the construction of the soundboards of some musical instruments, such as violins, guitars and pianos.
Pozza di Fassa
This route is short and rather easy, suitable for those who are not very familiar with MTB excursions. It develops all around the town of Pozza di Fassa. The slope is slight and the trails alternate between undergrowth and more open spaces.
Un giro panoramico che ti porta tra i paesi della zona del Banale, dal Castello di Stenico sulle tracce del Dolomiti Brenta Bike. Tra salite e discese attraversi Stenico – vedi dall’alto il suo bel castello – Dorsino e San Lorenzo in Banale. E ancora sopra la gola del Limarò.
The villages of Tesino
The tour is easy, also suitable for families with children. We go to the discovery of the villages of the Tesino Valley on a loop tour, which passes through the villages of Castello Tesino, Cinte Tesino and Pieve Tesino, one of Italy’s most beautiful villages. Here you can visit the Casa De Gasperi Museum and the Arboretum.
From the Holy Lake to the Potzmauer Hut
This route, which starts from Lake Santo, crosses the dense woods of the Cembra Valley on comfortable forest roads and fun stretches. There are 2 mountain huts offering refreshments - at the start and at the arrival - and several panoramic points over the Adige Valley.
The Val di Sole bicycle trail
The Val di Sole bicycle path is 34 km long and starts from the Mostizzolo Bridge, which defines the border between Val di Non and Val di Sole, up to Cogolo di Peio. It runs along the lively Noce stream - according to National Geographic, among the world’s ten most beautiful rivers - a paradise for rafting, canoeing and kayaking.
The Ciclamino Tour
A pleasant and easy route that takes you along Lake Molveno and then into the centre of the beautiful town of Molveno. Reach the Ciclamino Chalet and pedal along the Ciclamino promenade to then descend and skirt again by one of Italy’s most beautiful lakes.
From Campiglio on the Via Vecchia
From Madonna di Campiglio, descend following the Via Vecchia, which once connected Madonna di Campiglio to Pinzolo, passing through Sant’Antonio di Mavignola. The route is away from traffic, immersed in nature, overlooking the Brenta Dolomites. With the Bicibus service, you can go up to Campiglio.
Among the flat woods of the Coredo Lakes
The flat route begins along the eastern side of the Coredo lakes. The uphill stretches are very short, partly unpaved and partly asphalted, always in excellent condition. The trail is very quiet and features many support and refreshment points.