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A two-day itinerary at the discovery of the Resilient Valleys at high altitude, among mountain sceneries and historical villages.
Ride on two wheels to conquer the most spectacular peaks of Valle Trompia and Valle Sabbia, starting from the city.
The first of the two days of the road bike tour in the Resilient Valleys, will lead you to Bagolino, starting from Brescia. After leaving the city, you’ll ride in the direction of Botticino to tackle the uphill trail reaching Serle, passing near the marble caves. Once in Serle, you’re going to take the cycle path until the entrance of Vallesabbia and go up again to Vestone. At this point, you’ll climb to Cocca di Lodrino and descend in Valtrompia, reaching Collio, starting the last great climb towards Mount Maniva. The efforts of the day are finished once at the peak. Go back to the starting point down to the village of Bagolino to end the first stage of the tour.
Start by descending in the direction of Lake Idro, running along the shore until its southernmost point, then climb back on the eastern side to Vesta beach. Retracing your steps you’ll proceed to Vestone, passing through the narrow Degnone valley, continuing until Forno d’Ono and Livemmo through Avenone. You’ll then reach Passo Termine, the second junction point between the two valleys. You are now riding in Valtrompia, descending to Marmentino and Irma, until the end of the valley and continuing in the direction of Brescia, where the two-day tour finishes.