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The proposed itineraries are entirely on asphalt, except for a couple of suggestive kilometres at the Passo Croce Domini where you will cycle on a dirt road in one of the highest and widest passes in Europe.
The itinerary winds along road rings, unexpected paths in the nature, hills and green landscapes where ascents are ready to be discovered by true lovers of fatigue!
Package designed for experienced cyclists: in three days you will face several climbs (6000 m of positive difference in altitude) and a little more than 200 km of distance.
For this tour is possible to request luggage transport service.
For online reservations: Linfa in movimento. For info and operational details: Mete Vagabonde.
Arrival by own means in Nave, where you can leave your car in the many free parking lots (ex. Public Parking G. Marconi Square). Warm-up day that leads to Colle Sant'Eusebio where you face the first ascent and climb to Valle Sabbia.
The second climb of the day is more demanding and leads to an altitude of 1300 m. Starting from Nozza you will reach the base camp on the plains of Vaghezza by covering 14 km of climb.
45 km 1.400 m D+
Breakfastand departure for the most challenging day. You will face some truly magnificent routes in the Brescian Mecca of cycling: the district of Mount Maniva.
Departure downhill towards the Valle Trompia. From here you will cycle north towards the Maniva pass, first ascent of the day. From the pass you will descend to Bagolino and then ascend to the wonderful Val Dorizzo (at the foot of the Cornone di Blumone) to the Crocedomini pass.
Return to the Maniva Pass closing the area in a ring in order to return to Bovegno where the last climb of the day will begin towards base camp.
Challenging day with 85 km and 3900 m D+.
Breakfast and departure to Brescia via Lake Iseo passing through the village of Polaveno; from the lake you will return to the car point at Nave crossing Franciacorta.
Returning to the starting point, Nave, you can visit the historic church Pieve della Mitria. The building is dating back to 1000 A.D.
76 km 700 m D+