Have you ever experienced a 14-km, single-track tour that takes you through the Alps over 2,000-metre high and with minimum effort? If you have not, here is your chance.
The Giro dell’Orizzonte ‒ lit. Horizon Tour ‒ follows the route of a century-old military trail trodden during World War I that connects Passo Bruffione to Passo di Val Marza. At a constant height of 2,000 metres, this trail offers a smooth cycle path suitable for regular bikes and eMTB with very few bumpy stretches, like the slope running down from Passo Brealone. It is a super trail, whose level of fun is only matched by the beauty of the surrounding scenery: the Adamello massif to the North, Tremalzo and Monte Baldo to the East, the lonely mountain range of Passo Croce Domini to the West, and the Idro lake to the South.