A short loop around the small mountain which divides the valley of Cavedine and its homonymous lake. With the exception of a short unstable section, the route is fairly easy going.
With a length of 17km and an altitude difference of just under 550 meters, this tour is suitable for most abilities.
As anticipated, the last part of the descent is the most challenging due to a single stretch of bumpy terrain. The rest of the route develops on quiet secondary roads, easy gravel tracks and short stretches along the provincial roads of Cavedine.
This is a very quiet, rural area - where the influence of tourism is rarely perceived. Enjoyable all year round , the route leads from Val di Cavedine, located at the foot of Monte Bondone, to the Sarca Valley. Lake Cavedine is certainly a sight to behold with the Brento and Casale mountain groups in the background. As with the other itineraries: the inhabited areas do not offer route signposts, therefore, the route information supplied here can always come in handy.
BIKER’S CODE OF RESPONSIBILITY
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR HELMET !
Suggestions taken from NORBA and IMBA codes of conduct.
The information on this chart is subject to inevitable variations, so this means that none of the indications are absolute. It is not entirely possible to avoid giving inexact or imprecise information, given how quickly environmental and weather conditions can change. For this reason we decline any responsibility for changes which the user may encounter. In any case, the hiker is advised to check the conditions of the places, environment and weather before setting out.
Riding your bike requires specific clothing and equipment, even for relatively short and easy trips. It is always better to be prepared… e.g. for bad weather or a drop your energy levels. The unexpected things also make up a part of the fun!
Remember to throughly evaluate the type of route you plan to do, the locations you plan to cross and the current season. Has it been raining? Attention: The paths may be slippery and require more caution.
What do I need to bring on my bike tour?
It is always advised to let someone know where you plan to go and how long you expect to be.
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