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The MTB tour of three days is for expert and trained bikers, who wants to live an adventure into the mountain trails.
All the steps of the tour running throught the best trails of Resilient Valley. You must be prepared and equiped to manage.
This three-day MTB tour is suitable for expert, trained and adventurous bikers, equipped for these stages along the best trails of the Resilient Valleys. Starting from Idro you’ll go up until Treviso from the asphalt road, then take the Gorgone path, an enduro and technical segment, leading to Vestone. A long uphill trail begins, arriving at Pian del Bene and Dosso Falcone in Pezzeda, at first on asphalt and then on unpaved roads and paths, crossing the Pertiche territories. Once at the peak, it’s time to tackle the famous F5, one of the best enduro trails of Valtrompia arriving in Collio Val Trompia, where the first riding day has its end. This route is suitable for full-suspension bikes and electric ones.
40% unpaved road, 30% single track, 30% asphalt
This day is dedicated to all-mountain disciplines for expert riders, with many segments to tackle pushing the bike by hand. The landscapes that you will find along this trail are the best the Resilient Valleys can offer. From Collio you will immediately climb at a high altitude to Passo Sette Crocette and Mount Dasdana. This is a magnificent segment; you’ll never forget those panoramas. You’ll then descend to Passo Maniva, continuing on asphalt to Passo Dosso Alto, and, following secondary paths, you’ll reach Passo Baremone. At this point, the evocative Mount Breda trail finally starts with its breathtaking view overlooking Lake Idro. Ride with caution, especially in the first part, pushing the bike by hand where needed. The natural path descending to Ponte Caffaro in sumptuous, amusing and alternating flowing segments with technical ones, appropriate for every biker. Suitable for medium-range full-suspension bikes.
40% unpaved roads, 50% single track, 10% asphalt
The first tour day is the less arduous but wonderful from a landscape point of view. Starting from Ponte Caffaro, you’ll follow the asphalt uphill segment to Bondone and beyond, with challenging slopes for 2km, to then tackle the descent leading along Rio Val Grande torrent. You’ll restart by climbing on the unpaved and cement road, bypassing around Mount Calva and reaching Bocca Cocca on a nice uphill path. The next stage is Mount Stino, where you’ll find many relics of the First World War and a cosy lodge. From this mountain, one of the most iconic trails starts, the so-called 100 Tornanti, named after its 136 narrow hairpin turns you’ll have to ride to reach Lake Idro’s shores. Suitable for full-suspension bikes and electric ones.
40% unpaved roads, 40% single track, 20% asphalt