Val di Fiemme bike path
The Val di Fiemme bike path follows Marcialonga's route. The path is open to everyone and gives cyclists the chance to travel through the entire valley floor.
The Val di Fiemme bike path follows Marcialonga's route. The path is open to everyone and gives cyclists the chance to travel through the entire valley floor and to stop at one of the numerous fountains - known as "brenzi" - provided within the striking landscape of Latemar and Lagorai area. The path sets off in Molina di Fiemme and cuts through Predazzo before reaching Val di Fassa. It unfolds along the left bank of stream Avisio, travelling through a wooded area before reaching Cascata and its small cluster of houses located at the foot of the peak of Cavalese. Masi di Cavalese is just a short distance away. The path then continues along the old railway tracks - which used to connect Ora, in Val d'Adige, to Predazzo - before crossing wide meadows, reaching Lago di Tesero disctrict, and stretching on towards Ziano. The path travels through the outlying administrative districts of Zanolin and Roda before getting to the flat, grassy road leading to Predazzo, and it finally comes to its end at the sports pitch. The bike path in Val di Fiemme is 18.4 km long and features a height difference of 235 m. It reaches a maximum altitude of 1000 m and requires an average travel time of approximately 2 hours.