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Etappe 6: Von Edolo nach Pieve di Bono – Heckmair Transalp

Etappe 6: Von Edolo nach Pieve di Bono – Heckmair Transalp

39.3 mi
5.8 mph
6,975 ft
7,475 ft
Expert mountain bike ride. Very good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

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Includes a segment that is highly dangerous

A part of this route comprises highly technical, difficult, or hazardous terrain. Specialist equipment and prior experience is required.

2.57 mi in total

Includes very steep uphill segments

You may need to push your bike.

3.02 mi in total

Tour Overview

Starting Point
10.00 mi

Public Water Fountain

Public Water Fountain
16.6 mi

Public Water Fountain

Public Water Fountain
19.4 mi

Lago d'Arno Panorama

Mountain Biking Highlight

22.0 mi

Passo di Campo

Mountain Biking Highlight

24.4 mi

Lago di Malga Bissina

Mountain Biking Highlight

29.4 mi

Cascate di Danerba

30.0 mi

Lago di Malga Boazzo

39.3 mi



Tour Profile

  • Elevation
  • Waytypes & Surfaces


Alpine Path: 2.56 mi
Singletrack: 6.45 mi
Path: 6.68 mi
Access Road: 208 yd
Cycleway: < 109 yd
Street: 3.88 mi
Road: 19.3 mi
State Road: 333 yd


Alpine: 4.74 mi
Unpaved: 10.3 mi
Compacted Gravel: 135 yd
Cobblestones: 141 yd
Paved: 6.00 mi
Asphalt: 17.7 mi
Unknown: 0.37 mi

Weather Forecast


Holger S. planned a Tour.

March 13, 2021


  • Holger S.

    This stage is difficult to understand for many bikers on the trail of Heckmair, despite the cool adventure factor. The four-hour push / carry route over the Passo di Campo is tough. Only a few meters of the hiking trail to the pass are mobile. For most bikers, this also applies to the downhill to Lago

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    March 15, 2021
  • As already described, this stage is really a tough nut to crack.

    I rode it in August 2021 and we completely underestimated this stage back then.

    The last water point before the hiking trail goes up through a forest to the Passo di Campo should be used extensively!

    Since our forest was initially devastated

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    February 24, 2022

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