A unique as well as panoramic route, passing through one of the most enchanting valleys in Trentino
Distance 35.7 km
Highest point1,571 m
Lowest point644 m
The route offers incredible views over the southern sector of the Pale di San Martino, starting from the towns of Primiero, then climbing up to the areas of Fedai and Le Vale where the mountains and villages below can be admired in all their glory. The route also leads to the Cereda Pass, the historical link between Trentino and Belluno, before continuing to the Val Canali, the spectacular crown jewel of the territory and home to Villa Welsperg, famous for the Pale di San Martino Natural Park and its typical alpine lake.
In order to avoid situations that may endanger their own and other people’s safety, bikers are asked to be particularly careful in case of men at work in the wood and interrupted trail. For riding this tour in safety, you can contact the Primiero Bike visiting the following website: www.primierobike.com
Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.
From the meeting point, cross the Cismon stream on the wooden footbridge and take the cycle path towards the valley, when it joins the road turn left to climb up towards Navoi, leaving the cycle path. At the wide bend, turn right on the dirt road up to the iron bar, then turn left on the trail (S1) with ups and downs, which, running parallel to the cycle path and passing by the suggestive Capitello della Madonna del Sass, leads to Mezzano in Oltra. Here, turn left and climb up towards San Giovanni along a steep paved climb for about 3.5 km. At the intersection past Fedai, turn left onto a pleasantly flat road that leads towards Le Vale (panoramic viewpoint). At the Agritur, turn left and head downhill for 500 metres until the intersection and take the Scofa forest track on the right, then continue uphill until it ends past the antennas. From here, head down the trail (S2), initially steep with a relatively smooth surface, which leads to the Pretecasa-Stadel forest track. Turn right and follow the road until Stadel, then veer right onto the steep uphill mule track towards Ritasa (pushing the bikes). Back on the dirt road, turn right at the junction onto the Lavinaia forest track (steep in certain sections) in the direction of Malga Fossetta. After reaching the hut, head down the paved road towards the Cereda Pass, then turn left onto the downhill state road until the 3rd bend, where the Piero Agostini trail starts on the right, which we travel up and down towards Dalaip until the paved road intersection, where we turn right uphill for about 500 metres. Here, a dirt road branches off to the left, with bars that literally need to be climbed over, then continue downhill, keeping left until Villa Welsperg. Now follow the trail along the edge of the woods called Muse Fedaie, climbing back up to the paved road. We now cross the Rio Pradidali and over the bridge, we take the Muse Fedaie route on the orographic right, which leads to the large car park near Il Cacciatore restaurant, which we pass on the right to take a beautiful trail (S2). We continue downwards and come out on the Cereda Pass state road, we turn right and continue for 500 metres until the wooden footbridge over the Canali stream in Zocchet. Here, following the stream, we reach the starting point.