Trentino is probably one of the most popular and oldest mountain bike destinations in Italy. Situated in the north of the country, you can get there easily from Germany. When you arrive, you find classic trails around the stunning Lake Garda, as well as various bike parks, and wonderful Alpine landscapes. But, Trentino also has an unknown, quiet side which is what we present to you in this Collection.
We show you ten wonderful tours, most of which start in small towns and villages that you probably have never heard of. This region is especially beautiful in late summer and autumn. Whilst other areas further north are covered in fog, Trentino enjoys warm temperatures, wonderful sunshine and all the colours of autumn.
The varied routes in this Collection focus on enjoyment. You don’t have to complete a marathon to be satisfied at the end of your ride. Therefore, most of the routes are quite short and focus on the beautiful landscapes. On the way, alpine huts ensure that you don’t go hungry. You’ll pass by countless friendly places to tuck into delicious regional specialities.
Our ten Tours are perfect for a relaxed bike holiday in late summer or autumn. The mild climate ensures that you will still feel comfortable even when the leaves on the trees are already turning red and golden. When the colours of autumn spread over the lemon and olive groves, the harvest time is in full swing in the vineyards and orchards, and when the mountains’ rocky peaks begin to turn white, Trentino is absolutely spectacular.
Getting to Trentino is very easy. If you want to come with your own car, the best way to reach the area is via the Brenner motorway. From Munich, for example, the journey takes less than five hours. Travelling by train is also convenient as the region’s two main cities, Trento and Rovereto, are connected to the Italian and European long-distance train network. This way, you can get cycling quickly, comfortably, and cheaply without your car. Trentino also offers a range of accommodation that is specially adapted to bikers. You can find biker-friendly accommodation ranging from campsites to hotels, here: visittrentino.info/de/unterkunfte/bike-friendly.
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The tour around Monte Peller is a real challenge. Today you pedal up to an altitude of almost 2,100 meters. 1,550 meters of altitude are in your logbook after work, but you also collect many beautiful impressions of great views and breathtaking trails. After this round you can proudly and happily enjoy the rest of the day in the typical Italian small town idyll of Val di Sole.
On this short tour, not only the beautiful nature of the Pasubio massif awaits you, but also a short journey through time into a dark chapter of the region: Along the route you will pass numerous artifacts from the First World War, behind which exciting stories are hidden. In contrast, there are several alpine huts that invite you to enjoyable breaks.