All mountain, XC and typical downhill tracks that descend overlooking the lake: this is the magic of Lake Garda on fat tires. The terrain changes from the typical Mediterranean scrub characteristic of the area just above the lake, to the Dolomitic fauna found at higher altitudes, witness of the great events that have marked the history of cycling in the area, with its trails that intertwine, merge and divide between the slopes. It is no coincidence that every year countless bikers travel to this area to take on the challenge of some of the most spectacular and famous trails.
Route: Riva, Ponale trail, Ledro Lake, Bocca dei Fortini, Malga Caset, Tiarno di Sopra, Ponale trail, Riva
Distance: 61 km
Difference in altitude: 2,000 m
Difficulty level: *****
One of the most challenging and equally beautiful trails that unwinds in the vicinity of Lake Garda, along completely unpaved and exceptionally scenic military roads, a stage of historic battles during the First World War. The end destination is the legendary Tremalzo, conquered by riders from the more difficult side, while the descent is pure fun. There is no shortage of segments winding along shady forest roads, technical single tracks and fast sections.
Mount Belpo and the Sperane Pinewood
Route: Garda, Mulini Valley, Sperane Pinewood, Mount Belpo, Giare, San Zeno, Mount Luppia, Garda
Distance: 35,5 km
Difference in altitude: 1,100 m
Difficulty level: ***
This route could be defined as the itinerary of “incredible thrills”, as Monte Belpo and the Sperane Pinewood, with its red trails, offer a continuous source of kicks and challenges. Riders will test themselves along two mountains, Mount Belpo and Mount Luppia, with climbs that are genuine walls, ideal for enhancing and perfecting your technical skills. The long descent towards Garda, on the other hand, is pure adrenaline.