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Cavedago – MTB Family Adventure Dolomiti Paganella

Cavedago – MTB Family Adventure Dolomiti Paganella

4.52 mi
5.8 mph
825 ft
875 ft
Easy mountain bike ride. Great for any fitness level. Suitable for all skill levels.


More information

Includes an off-grid segment

Navigation instructions may be limited.

0.38 mi in total

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.56 mi

Strada forestale a Prati Gaggiola

Mountain Biking Highlight

3.16 mi

La Tana dell'Ermellino

Mountain Biking Highlight

3.98 mi
4.52 mi



Tour Profile


Path: 2.94 mi
Street: 0.45 mi
Road: 438 yd
State Road: 0.51 mi
Off-grid (unknown): 0.38 mi


Natural: 390 yd
Unpaved: 1.90 mi
Paved: 0.66 mi
Asphalt: 1.32 mi
Unknown: 0.42 mi

Weather Forecast

Dolomiti Paganella planned a mountain bike ride.

March 30, 2021


  • Dolomiti Paganella

    The tour around Cavedago is short but sporty. If you discover forest roads in this region that are concreted or asphalted, then that usually means a solid mountain rating. Two of these short, heavy climbs await you on this route. That means gritting your teeth or riding an e-bike.

    The tour starts in Cavedago at the church in the direction of Spormaggiore. At the Bottega del Formaggio, you can pack delicious cheese for a snack or a picnic on the way. A small path above Cavedago offers a beautiful view of the place before you crank up the steep, concrete forest path with your chin on the handlebars through the forest towards Andalo. After an open meadow, keep to the right until you come to a crossroads. At this turn right again and immediately afterwards at the fork keep left in the direction of Lavezol, where you will reach the main road. Now everything is easy to find again. Follow the road about 50 meters to the left. Across the meadow you can already see the recently opened Pizzeria Al Picchio Rosso on the way to Priori. A short, moderate climb leads past the Priori parking lot to the Tana dell'Ermellino hut, a second option for a break.

    Now it's all downhill at the end of the tour. A steep descent leads to the church of San Tommaso above Cavedago. Here you have a great view of Spormaggiore and the Val di Non, which is famous for its huge orchards. You can also see the starting point of your round tour at the large church of Cavedago.

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    • April 2, 2021

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