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A secret part of Trentino – from the Dolomites to Lake Garda

Alvento – Italian Cycling Magazine

A secret part of Trentino – from the Dolomites to Lake Garda

Bike Touring Collection by Alvento – Italian Cycling Magazine

3

Tours

18:00 h

146 mi

17,225 ft

No doubt you’ve dreamt of travelling and galavanting around the world in different ways: bikepacking, mountaineering, kayaking, campervaning, road tripping, and so on. When you return home, perhaps after a month of bikepacking through remote places, you would probably experience the feeling of gratitude and amazement.

For the Alvento author who wrote this Collection, Trentino is home. They say that the inhabitants of these valleys are a bit like bears: shy, grumpy, greedy and curious. This last characteristic was the reason the author set off on a 300 kilometre (186 mi) loop around Trentino. Trust us, his route will make you eager to follow his pedal strokes!

(Adapted for komoot from 'Alvento Destinations', a book of 13 travel ideas that every cyclist should do at least once: alvento.cc/prodotto/alvento-destinations-italy-unknown/)

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Una parte segreta di Trentino – Dalle Dolomiti al Lago di Garda

146 mi

17,225 ft

17,225 ft

Last updated: November 25, 2022

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    Day #1: A secret part of Trentino – from the Dolomites to Lake Garda

    Difficult
    05:12
    45.5 mi
    8.8 mph
    3,950 ft
    2,100 ft
    Expert bike ride. Very good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels.

    Trento is teeming with life. Leaving the city is always a heartbreak, but stretches of Teroldego (the region’s grape variety) and cycle paths await. You ride by Cles, the splendid lake of Santa Giustina and along a valley dotted with medieval castles to enter Val di Sole, where a celebrated cycle path

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  • Difficult
    07:47
    59.4 mi
    7.6 mph
    8,300 ft
    9,025 ft
    Expert bike ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may be unpaved and difficult to ride.

    DOGA is an acronym that stands for the Dolomites (DO) and Garda (GA): you go from the former, a uniquely stunning mountain environment, to the latter, a lake of inconceivable beauty. First, however, you have a long way to go – and climb.

    

    The road to Folgarida and Campo Carlo Magno silently winds through

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  • Difficult
    05:01
    41.0 mi
    8.2 mph
    4,975 ft
    6,075 ft
    Expert bike ride. Very good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels.

    After a hearty breakfast, whizz along the winding road that takes you to Riva del Garda, a jewel of a town overlooking the lake. Today’s ride has less elevation gain compared to the previous rides, but it still includes perhaps the toughest climb of all: the Santa Barbara Pass from Bolognano. You ride

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    3
  • Distance
    146 mi
  • Duration
    18:00 h
  • Elevation
    17,225 ft

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